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Providence Oregon Sep 16
If anxiety related to the wildfires - on top of an already stressful year - is taking a toll on your mental health, you are not alone. spoke with Psychologist about how to cope and when to reach out for help.
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Providence Sep 15
As says, "Heroes will not seek help. We need to bring it to them." Join in a few minutes for the discussion on for during the with & :
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OR Health Authority Sep 15
Some symptoms, like cough, difficulty breathing, runny nose, headache and fatigue can be caused by both wildfire smoke exposure and . Learn about symptoms of COVID-19 here:
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Providence Oregon Sep 14
Thinking about heading outside into the smoky air? Providence’s Dr. Anh Nguyen cautions those with underlying medical illnesses and shares what you need to know about different types of mask protections. See more at:
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Providence Oregon Sep 12
Stay home, connect to medical care in minutes. Our Providence Express Care Virtual service is available for you to schedule a virtual visit with a provider from the comfort of your home. For more information visit:
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Providence Oregon Sep 11
This week we've witnessed heroic efforts in the midst of raging wildfires burning near our hospitals and clinics. Thank you and and all firefighters working tirelessly to protect our homes, hospitals and clinics.
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Providence Oregon Sep 10
Tough times bring out the best of Providence. Lisa Vance shows us what the people of Providence are doing to help each other, our patients and communities survive the trauma of the Oregon wildfires.
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Providence Oregon Sep 9
The skies over Providence Newberg Medical Center might be ominous, but caregivers across Oregon are optimistic and prepared to help those affected by these historic wildfires. From patients to our own caregivers, Providence is here for you and we’ll get through this together.
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Providence Oregon Sep 9
1 in 8 women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer. Early detection can save lives. Schedule your mammogram today.
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Providence Oregon Sep 4
Have you scheduled your 2020 mammogram? Women ages 40+ are encouraged to get screened for breast cancer annually. Schedule your mammogram today.
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Providence Oregon Sep 3
Join us today at Noon for live discussion with Providence Sports Medicine to learn how busy families can fit in exercise and nutrition with school back in session.
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Providence Oregon Sep 1
is more than a health issue. Many of us are finding that living through a pandemic is challenging. If you are experiencing hardship and need assistance, reach out to community resources:
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Providence Oregon Aug 30
This year, some women have delayed their annual screening, but getting a mammogram is important. Providence is a safe place to come for breast cancer screenings. Schedule your mammogram today.
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Providence Oregon Aug 28
Providence Oregon caregivers join today’s March on Portland rally, showing their support for change in our communities and joining all who are taking a stand for integrity, dignity and justice.
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Providence Oregon Aug 28
Join us on Facebook Live today at 11:30am with discussing study on heart attacks during early days of COVID-19.
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Providence Oregon Aug 27
A COVID-19 antibody study by Providence researchers reveal a low percentage of positive tests among more than 10,000 health care workers tested during the early months of the pandemic.
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Stand Together Aug 27
Our friends from joined & to spruce up Regence . Volunteers cleaned, organized, and prepped the club to welcome youth back this fall.
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Providence Oregon Aug 27
Thank you to the Rose City Brass Quintet for their outdoor musical "thank you" concert for our caregivers at Providence Milwaukie Hospital today. Watch the Facebook Live concert:
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Chiles Research Inst Aug 26
antibody study demonstrates relatively low seroprevalence and very low seroconversion rates among caregivers when aggressive social distancing measures were in place. Read more ▶️
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Providence Oregon Aug 26
In recent study published in , experts reported changes in the nature of patients being seen for heart attacks. Learn more about why in live discussion with with Providence Heart Institute.
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