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  • PeaceHealth Colorectal Health Team Can Help With Sensitive Issues
    Health issues of a colorectal nature—those dealing with the colon, rectum and anus—aren’t ones people like to openly discuss, for obvious reasons. They’re sensitive, sometimes embarrassing issues, but that doesn’t mean you should avoid addressing them.
  • Cecelia Jacobsen at Youth Farmstand near PeaceHealth hospital in Springfield, Oregon
    Promoting Healthy Eating
    PeaceHealth is committed to spreading awareness of healthy eating. Our dietitians share their expertise through cooking demos and healthy, tasty recipes. To bring fresh produce to you, PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend hosts the FOOD for Lane County Youth Farm Stand from May through October.
  • PeaceHealth promotes life balance for caregivers
    PeaceHealth encourages work/life balance for its caregivers through the SelfCare for Healthcare training program, which is offered at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.
  • PeaceHealth lands on Healthiest 100 Workplaces list
    PeaceHealth has been recognized for the second year in a row as one of the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America, an awards program presented by Healthiest Employers® and Springbuk. The prestigious national award acknowledges the success of PeaceHealth’s employee wellness program spanning all PeaceHealth facilities across Alaska, Oregon and Washington.
  • PeaceHealth Peace Island Medical Center earns national honors
    PeaceHealth Peace Island Medical Center in Friday Harbor, Washington, has been named a 2019 Guardian of Excellence and Pinnacle of Excellence Award winner by Press Ganey.
  • PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center expands robotic surgery
    PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend recently welcomed a new robotic addition to their surgical team--the da Vinci XI.
  • Tips for staying healthy during fall and winter
    There are many things you can do to protect yourself, your family, and your community from the spread of colds and flu. Chief among these, of course, is getting the annual flu vaccine.
  • PeaceHealth St. John receives top grade
    PeaceHealth St. John Medical Center received an "A" grade from The Leapfrog Group.
  • Sacred Heart rolls out new childbirth protocols
    PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend has adopted new childbirth protocols meant to catch and address warning signs early, before a mom's life is at risk.
  • PeaceHealth urges flu vaccinations
    PeaceHealth physicians are urging residents to receive an influenze vaccination.
  • PeaceHealth brings first Momava lactation pod to Whatcom County
    The free-standing structure provides  a clean, comfortable, private and convenient place for mothers to nurse or pump.
  • Heart surgeries advance locally, nationally
    The transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedure is opening up to benefit more patients.
  • PeaceHealth to open new guest house
    Heartfelt House is a 20-room guest house designed for out-of-town families who need a place to stay while their family member gets specialized medical care.
  • PeaceHealth tops list of healthiest employers
    PeaceHealth has been ranked No. 2 in the Portland Business Journal’s list of Healthiest Employers of Oregon for organizations with 5,000 or more employees.
  • PeaceHealth wins national recognition for sedation safety
    PeaceHealth received the American Excess Insurance Exchange Risk Management Award from Premier Inc., a healthcare improvement company.
  • Psychiatrist joins Ketchikan clinic
    The addition of Bryan Cothren, MD, will allow for greater behavioral health services in southern Southeast Alaska.
  • Springfield doctor lauded as hero for border observations
    Dr. Lauren Herbert, a pediatrician and infectious diseases specialist at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend, was part of a group led by Sen. Ron Wyden that visited immigration facilities on the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • What peace sounds like
    PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center is expanding and progressing music therapy for infants, families and nurses.
  • PeaceHealth offers expectant mothers new options in Skagit County
    PeaceHealth now offers OB services with two providers – Chee Tan, MD, and Natalie Weatherby, CNM, ARNP – in their Sedro-Woolley clinic, giving local women more choice and availability.