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Dozens of Swedish-Affiliated Physicians Recognized as 'Top Doctors' by Their Peers

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SEATTLE, August 16, 2013 - Now in its 13th year, Seattle magazine recently published the results of their annual 'Top Doctors' survey in the July issue. As in past years, dozens of Swedish-affiliated (or credentialed) physicians were recognized in the popular issue due to being nominated by their peers.

Additionally, Seattle Metropolitan magazine published the results of its 'Top Doctors' survey in the August issue, in which dozens of Swedish-affiliated (or credentialed) physicians were also featured

 

Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Patient Featured in Fortune Magazine Article on Robotic-Assisted Surgery

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SEATTLE, Jan. 22, 2013 - Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute cardiothoracic surgeon Eric Lehr, M.D., and one of his patients were interviewed for an article on robotic-assisted surgery that appears in the Feb. 11 issue of Fortune magazine.

Swedish Robotic-Assisted Surgical Program Grows, Continues to Gain Momentum

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Swedish Adds Third da Vinci Si HD Robot and Now Has the Fastest Growing, Most Experienced Robotic-Assisted Surgical Program in the Pacific Northwest

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MSNBC.com Posts Article Titled, 'Cutting Back on Blood Use Could Halt Infections, Illness — and Even Death,' that Profiles the Swedish Blood Management Program

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Swedish Opens World's First Integrated Operating Room Specifically Outfitted for the da Vinci® Si HD Robotic-Assisted Surgical System

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SEATTLE – Oct. 27, 2009 – Swedish has taken another step forward in minimally invasive surgery with the opening of a new, 645-square-foot operating room dedicated to the latest generation da Vinci® Si Robotic-Assisted Surgical System -- a multi-armed, computer-aided robotic machine -- that...

KING TV Airs Story on Surgical Procedure Swedish Offers to Stop Excessive Sweating

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SEATTLE, Oct. 10, 2009 -- Nearly eight million Americans have a problem that makes them sweat so much it's embarrassing. No amount of antiperspirant or powder is strong enough to stop it, but there's a surgical procedure that can help.Essential hyperhidrosis is a condition marked by abnormal, ...
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