• PeaceHealth to be title sponsor of Eugene bike rental program
    A fleet of 300 blue city-owned bicycles­ will become available for rent this April at 35 city-owned stations in downtown Eugene, Ore., on the University of Oregon campus and in the Whiteaker neighborhood.
  • After suffering cardiac arrest as teen, Heidi Stewart aims to educate others
    Stewart, now 23, uses her story of survival to advocate for young athletes like herself. She has devoted herself to causes close to her heart: The Quinn Driscoll Foundation and the American Heart Association.
  • Breast cancer surgeon becomes the patient
    Anne Peled, MD, a San Francisco breast cancer surgeon, underwent her own lumpectomy and oncoplastic breast reconstruction at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.
  • Oregon hospitals seeing influx of flu patients
    PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center COO talks about how hospitals are dealing with the surge in flu patients.
  • Springfield parents welcome identical triplets
    Lauren and Eric Christman gave birth to identical triplets on Nov. 17, 2017, at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart Medical Center at RiverBend.
  • Local doctor specializes in alternative treatment for atrial fibrillation
    PeaceHealth ardiologist James Reiss, MD, recently returned from the latest in a series of international speaking engagements in which he shares innovative techniques in cardiac cryoablation.
  • Hospital foundation honors donors
    The PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center foundation recently honored the Brindle family for their $100,000 donation towards a Cancer Resource Room in memory of Cornelia “Pinky” Brindle.
  • PeaceHealth-Kaiser collaborate
    An agreement between PeaceHealth and Kaiser Permanente Northwest will expand healthcare initiatives and support collaboration on healthcare delivery and coverage in Lane County.