The sisters of St. Joseph continue to play an important role at Providence. Hear from Sister Tran about her work in Humboldt County, California.
Learn about Co-Caring at Providence and how adding virtual nurses to the team provides high-quality health care while increasing caregiver satisfaction.
The Providence Milwaukie Community Teaching Kitchen transforms lives and strengthens its community.
Providence Cancer Institute of Oregon, and research director, Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, Walter J. Urba, M.D., Ph.D., receives award for his contributions to science and community.
The Community Health Worker Program at Providence aims to improve health equity. Find out how in this Washington success story.
Covenant House Alaska has helped more than 30,000 youth find a way forward. Providence’s support has helped CHA with one of its most ambitious initiatives yet: Bridge to Success.
Cancer survivor Jeff Newell shares his experiences as a volunteer at Providence Cancer Institute and how he uses his own cancer journey to impart hope to others.
Providence is putting a spotlight on some ways to increase health literacy for people of all races and ethnicities this National Minority Health Month.
Providence Cancer Institute highlights a year of engaging with and supporting our patients, partner organizations and community.
Hear from family medicine providers who are spreading their specialization and enhancing whole-person care delivery across the globe.
Providence responds to urgent workforce needs of today and tomorrow through clinical tele-mentorship, support for Family Medicine medical learners, exchange programs, and support for academic partners
The webinars cover topics including how to create an emotional first aid kit, have difficult conversations and respond to emotional crises.
To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we are featuring Gabriela Robles, chief executive of SJCPF and AVP of Community Partnerships.
In partnership with Seed and Kamuzu University of Health Services, Providence is working to expand the usage of portable, point-of-care ultrasounds (POCUS) at Mangochi District Hospital in Malawi.
Providence Community Health Investment teams gathered donations and hosted events to support families in their back-to-school preparations.
Watch this recent social media live event featuring The Defensive Line and Dr. Lauren Harper, Providence Oregon.
Jawanza Hadley, director of Providence’s Work2BeWell program reflects on mental health and wellness
Gabriela Robles, chief executive of SJCPF, reflects on her experiences as a woman and a Latina in honor of Women's Equality Day.
Providence is partnering with World Telehealth Initiative on a telementorship program in Nigeria and we heard from our partner and one of our volunteers.
Volunteering has many health benefits. Dr. James Beckerman and Brittn Grey of Providence discuss how you can help others and get healthier, too.
Learn more about SJCPF's new board chair, Joseph "Joe" Lumarda.
Gabriela Robles, president and chief executive of the SJCPF and AVP of Community Partnerships at Providence, shares about the Fund's recent board retreat.
In Seattle, a partnership between the Refugee Artisan Initiative and Providence Swedish has resulted in custom-made scrubs for Swedish caregivers.
Listen as managers from Providence and Catholic Social Services’ RAIS program in Alaska reflect on their work to ease the way of refugees who resettle in that state.
In partnership with World Telehealth Initiative, Providence doctors volunteer to mentor clinicians serving vulnerable populations in Nigeria, and soon in Kenya.
A partnership between Catholic Social Services and Providence provides gainful employment with on-the-job training for displaced people who resettle in Alaska.
Catholic Relief Services and MTI partner with Providence to provide humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine, including funding, social and mental health services and medical supplies.
Providence caregivers follow their hearts by volunteering time to support local nonprofits in Northern California, Montana, Oregon and Washington.
In Anchorage, Alaska, Providence works with several partners to provide school-to-work training for Project SEARCH clients.
Gabriela reflects on her experience getting help for depression with therapist Lidia Roman, and on barriers created by the stigma against mental health services in Latino culture.
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