Swedish/Issaquah will host the Zimmer Mobile Learning Center (MLC) on Tuesday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The public is invited to come tour the MLC and learn more about orthopedics, including a wide-range of orthopedic topics (such as arthritis awareness), new technologies and treatment options.
Swedish/Issaquah invites you to A Night Out at Swedish: Fall Arts Showcase on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 6-8 p.m. This evening event features:
A free community concert by the Sammamish Symphony String Quartet
Docent-led and self-guided art walks highlighting the Northwest women’s artwork displayed around the Swedish/Issaquah hospital
artEast’s The Rookery Project – a display of herons designed by local artists
A free glass of wine!
Seattle Art Museum 50-percent-off coupon to the Elles art exhibit
10-percent off select merchandise at The Shops at Swedish, and complimentary bra fittings at our Perfect Fit boutique
Free 8 oz., short-brewed Starbucks coffee
In addition to these activities, Café 1910 will be open for dinner – come experience what the buzz is about!
Swedish/Issaquah is hosting this fall arts event in honor of a new exhibit happening at the Seattle Art Museum. The new exhibit, titled Elles, is an unprecedented set of exhibitions and programs showcasing women artists...
ISSAQUAH, WASH., Oct. 23, 2012 – The public is invited to ‘A Night Out at Swedish: Fall Arts Showcase’ on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 6-8 p.m. This free evening event, which will take place in the first-floor lobby of Swedish/Issaquah (751 N.E. Blakely Dr.), will feature a community concert by the Sammamish Symphony String Quartet.
Are you livestreaming Mrs. Day's cochlear implant activation?
We weren't originally planning to livestream the activation like we've done livestreams before - instead, we planned to host two, text-based live chats so people could type and read questions and engage directly with Dr. Backous, Stacey Watson (Mrs. Day's audiologist), and Karen Utter (President, Hearing Loss Association of Washington State).
You may have seen a post (Forbes) or two (CNET) in your various newsfeeds recently about the fact the Swedish is live-tweeting and Instagramming a cochlear implant (hearing restoration) surgery tomorrow, on October 2, 2012. (Check it out at www.swedish.org/swedishhear.)
Here's an example of one of the many stories that inspired this series:
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People with hearing loss are not able to call on the phone to get more information or ask questions, so we decided to document via text (tweets) and images (Instagram photos) the cochlear implant procedure.
We're also hosting two text-based chats next Wednesday on October 10, 2012 (at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Pacific Time). The chats will enable patients and interested viewers to talk directly via the chat (text based - no audio) to Dr. Backous, audiologists, patients who have had the procedure, and patient advocacy groups. If you have unanswered questions about hearing loss or cochlear implants, we hope you'll join us for the discussion. (You can ...
(Click 'read more' to see a full recap from the live event)