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Swedish's Inpatient Pediatrics Unit Moves to Newer, Larger Space Featuring Many Patient and Family Benefits

Swedish News
SEATTLE, April 10, 2009 – Swedish Medical Center's First Hill Campus now offers a new, state-of-the-art inpatient floor that was designed exclusively for children, as part of the Swedish commitment to provide the family centered care that meets the special needs of pediatric patients.The Pedia...

Swedish Opens Region's First Pediatric and Perinatal Simulation Center on First Hill Campus; Care Teams Can Train Safely on Life-Like Infant, Child Mannequins

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SEATTLE, Dec. 2, 2008 – Today, Swedish opened the Gossman Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Simulation. The only facility of its kind in the Northwest, the $2 million Center was created to continuously sharpen the skills of health-care teams in critical clinical situations – without ...

Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care Endocrinologist Interviewed for Story that Aired Nationally on ABC TV's Medical Mysteries

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SEATTLE, Aug. 19, 2008 -- Ellensburg, Wash., is home to a truly unique young man: 12-year-old Brenden Adams, who is more than seven feet tall and, incredibly, still growing.He has a very unusual rearrangement of his genetic material. It's what's called an inversion of chromosome-12 and it affe...

Swedish Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon Interviewed for KOMO TV Story on Kids and Sports Injuries

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SEATTLE, June 5, 2007 -- Swedish Pediatric Specialty Care orthopedic surgeon Mark Dales, M.D., was interviewed for a story on kids and sports injuries that KOMO Television (channel 4; ABC) initially aired the evening of June 4.The story was prompted by an article titled "Overuse Injuries, Over...

Region's First Pediatric and Perinatal Simulation Center Coming to Swedish

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SEATTLE, March 15, 2007 – Swedish will soon begin installation of the Pacific Northwest's first pediatric and perinatal simulation center specifically designed to advance the skills of already well-trained health-care teams in critical clinical situations. Once construction is completed in 200...

From Iraq to Seattle: A Little Boy's Journey of Hope

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SEATTLE, June 4, 2006 -- The front page of today's Seattle Times featured an article by reporter Nancy Bartley about Mohammed Amir Hussein ("Hamoody"), a 3-year-old Iraqi boy who traveled to Seattle and Swedish Medical Center in May for surgery through Healing the Children’s ...

Swedish Sleep Medicine Institute Joins National Sleep Foundation in Urging Teens to Make Sleep a Priority

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SEATTLE, March 28, 2006 - Many of the nation’s adolescents are falling asleep in class, arriving late to school, feeling down and driving drowsy because of a lack of sleep that gets worse as they get older, according to a new poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). In...
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