• PeaceHealth experts offer safety tips for kids
    Kimberly Ruscher, MD, and Angela Zallen, MD, explain common-sense ways to prevent injuries and keep children safe.
  • Inpatient rehab unit opening soon in Sedro-Woolley
    The 10-bed acute rehabilitation center will serve patients of the Skagit Valley community starting July 1, 2019.
  • PeaceHealth celebrates five years of service to Skagit Valley communities
    On April 1, 2014, PeaceHealth officially affiliated with the United General Hospital District 304, continuing the legacy initiated by the district of providing quality health care services to the residents of the district, and beyond.
  • No One Dies Alone program continues to expand
    No One Dies Alone is a volunteer program first started by a nurse at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center in Eugene, Oregon.
  • Businesses, trades connect with next generation
    PeaceHealth was among 60 businesses, trade organizations and apprenticeship programs that connected with more than 400 high school juniors, seniors and young adults ages 16-24 at the third annual Youth Employment Summit (Y.E.S.) on March 19.
  • PeaceHealth caregivers volunteer at center for immigrants on Texas border
    A team of medical providers from Oregon and Washington volunteered at a respite center administered by Catholic Charities. The center provides shelter and basic services to migrants who've been detained at the U.S./Mexico border.
  • PeaceHealth Ketchikan hosts Alaska WWAMI med student
    Alaska is among a handful of Western states that participates in the WWAMI medical school program, which helps bring physicians to rural communities.
  • PeaceHealth Sacred Heart at RiverBend welcomes first baby of 2019
    Dean Rebel Gullo was PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend’s first baby of 2019. Parents Jessica and Michael welcomed their son at 2:33 a.m. on Jan. 1
  • PeaceHealth facilities land on 'Best in Business' list
    The Vancouver Business Journal named several PeaceHealth facilities and clinics in its Best in Business 2018 list, including PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, PeaceHealth HomeCare & Hospice, and PeaceHealth Medical Group Ear, Nose and Throat.
  • PeaceHealth to acquire Zoom+Care®
    PeaceHealth will be acquiring Zoom+Care®, an Oregon-based provider of on-demand healthcare services. Acquiring Zoom supports PeaceHealth’s Mission to be the stewards of the communities’ health and well-being, ensuring greater care access and affordability for all. The purchase is expected to close on Dec. 31.
  • Retiring doctor says goodbye
    PeaceHealth Southwest surgeon Leslie Cagle, MD, retires on Dec. 31, 2018, after decades of service.
  • PeaceHealth views housing as preventive health care
    PeaceHealth’s partnership with ShelterCare and Kaiser Permanente Northwest has helped fund the creation of a transitional housing program in Lane County, Oregon.
  • PeaceHealth joins Apple's health app
    PeaceHealth is among seven new healthcare providers to participate in the Health Records feature within Apple’s Health app. Patients can access their medical records and view a timeline of their health history – such as lab results, immunizations and medications.
  • Flying to save lives
    Randy Nash's work as a helicopter pilot for AirLift Northwest is part of a valuable partnership with PeaceHeaalth St. Joseph Medical Center.
  • Reflections on joy and gratitude
    PeaceHealth caregivers and other members of the Eugene-Springfield community talk about what they're thankful for this holiday season.
  • Community Health in Clark County
    Sean Gregory, PeaceHealth Columbia network chief executive, was part of a panel dicussion focused on improving community health.
  • PeaceHealth earns employee wellness award
    PeaceHealth has been recognized as one of the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America, an award presented by the Healthiest Employers and Springbuk, a health-tracking software company based in Indianapolis.
  • Battling opioid addiction
    A new regional network of doctors and other medical providers are fighting to save people who are addicted to opioids. Read more here: https://www.bellinghamherald.com/news/local/article218832255.html#storylink=cpy
  • Roll up your sleeve, flu shot is here
    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone who is at least 6 months old be vaccinated against flu, or influenza, before the end of October.
  • PeaceHealth party celebrates caregiver's 50 years
    Lorreta Holcomb started working for Vancouver Memorial Hospital on Main Street on Sept. 30, 1968.