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Swedish Takes Part in March of Dimes' Annual WalkAmerica Event; Physician Interviewed for Seattle Times Article on Care of Premature Infants

Swedish News
SEATTLE, April 24, 2006 -- On Saturday morning, April 22 about 5,000 people gathered at Quest Field to take part in the March of Dimes' (MOD) annual WalkAmerica event through downtown Seattle to raise funds for research surrounding the care of premature infants.The MOD said it expected to rais...

Western Washington's First Quintuplets Born at Swedish - Poulsbo couple ecstatic; Mom and All Five Babies Doing Well

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SEATTLE, March 30, 2006 – Within two minutes this morning, Courtnee and Mike Stevenson's family grew from three to eight. Shortly after 9 a.m. at Swedish Medical Center, the Poulsbo couple and their 3-year-old daughter, Lilli, made history by welcoming Western Washington's first recorded set of quin...

Swedish's Perinatal Medicine Program Featured in Nationally Broadcast TV News Story about a New Test to Detect Down syndrome Earlier

Swedish News
SEATTLE, Jan. 13, 2006 -- Ivanhoe Broadcast News recently produced a nationally broadcast TV news story about the results of a recently completed clinical study -- the FASTER (First- and Second-Trimester Evaluation of Risk) Trial -- which showed that a new type of prenatal screening involving ...

First Baby at Swedish Medical Center Arrives Shortly After Midnight on New Year's Day

Swedish News
SEATTLE, Jan. 3, 2006 – Swedish Medical Center's first baby of 2006 was born shortly after midnight at 12:17 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2006. Hailey Elizabeth Vaughey made her early morning arrival at Swedish Medical Center/First Hill Campus, weighing in at 6 pounds, 1 ounce and 18 inches long. Having t...

Reproductive Technology Services at Swedish Move to New Lab

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SEATTLE, June 28, 2005 – The Reproductive Technology program at Swedish Medical Center/First Hill Campus is going through a major change later this summer. The existing Swedish lab, which is located in the Nordstrom Medical Tower, will close Friday, Aug. 5 and all services – including in vitro...

Seattle P-I Article Highlights New Family Support Program for Parents of Premature Infants

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Thursday, April 28, 2005 Swedish offers help to parents of preemies: New program strives to ease the fears of parents By JULIE DAVIDOW SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER REPORTERSEATTLE -- Jennifer Puetz tried not to blame herself. Her babies, twin boys born three months early, lay in the neonatal inten...

Swedish First Site in State to Offer New Support Program for Families with Hospitalized Premature Infants

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SEATTLE, April 13, 2005 - Swedish Medical Center has been selected by the March of Dimes as the first site in Washington state to implement an innovative program providing enhanced information and comfort to families of premature and other critically ill newborns. The three-year Neonatal Inten...
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