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Greatest Need
John Pauk, M.D.
Going viral: A conversation about the science of COVID-19 with John Pauk, M.D., medical director for infectious disease

As Washington state inches toward reopening, questions remain about COVID-19, how it spreads and its effects on patients. We sat...

Greatest Need
Voices from the frontline
Sari Gibbons, RN

Sari Gibbons has worked as a nurse at the Swedish Orthopedic Institute since 2015 and is now also working as a nurse partner in...

Greatest Need
Jason Goldman, M.D., M.P.H.
Faces of COVID-19 Research

As the chair of the Swedish COVID-19 Research Steering Committee, Jason Goldman, M.D., M.P.H, has a lot of irons in the research...

Swedish Neuroscience Institute
Voices from the frontline
Nancy Isenberg, M.D., MPH

Nancy Isenberg, M.D., MPH, is a neurologist at Swedish Edmonds who cares for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms...

A teenager taking on COVID-19

In the fight against COVID-19, supporters of all ages have come together to ensure our physicians, nurses and other frontline...

Greatest Need
The path forward
A conversation about recovery and reopening with our CEO, R. Guy Hudson, M.D., MBA, and Chief Operations Officer Jeffrey Robert

With the moratorium on elective procedures set to lift on May 18, we spoke to our CEO, R. Guy Hudson, M.D., MBA, and Chief...

Swedish Cancer Institute
Socially distanced, but virtually united for brain cancer research

As the sun broke through the blanket of morning clouds on Sun., May 3, Amanda Howes set off for the 13th annual Seattle...

Greatest Need
Voices from the frontline
Rick Foster, RN

Rick Foster has worked as a nurse at Swedish Edmonds for nearly three years—half of that time in the ICU—and was part of a team...