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Going within - here for each other

For me, a time of quarantine feels most like a gift or opportunity to reset. An opportunity for us to regroup, center, ground and to stop the constant go nonstop mentality. A time to calm the mind and ...
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Jane Addams College of Social Work virtual graduation ceremony

Paul Makarewicz keynote speech for the Jane Addams College of Social Work Friends, Our colleague, Paul Makarewicz, was honored with the Addams Pioneer Award at his Alma Mater, University of Illinois, ...
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Connections of the heart

At St. Joseph Health Hospice Services in Sonoma County, CA, our caregivers continue to provide compassionate, individualized, creative care to our patients, families and clients. In these pictures, ...
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Transitioning from a Spiritual Care Department to a Center of Spiritual Health in the Community

By Teleso Satele and Bryan Ferry, ACPE Certified Educators | May 18, 2020 Like many CPE programs, Providence St. Joseph Health Southern California System for CPE moved quickly to online services and ...
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#DontDelayCare: Providence urges patients to get care when they need it

May 11, 2020 Cindy Tangen Visaya Alaska, Covenant, Home and Community Care, Kadlec, Montana, NW Washington, Oregon, PHC, PSJH, SW Washington Is it safe to get care during the COVID-19 pandemic? The ...
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Stoked for health workers at Mission (Viejo) Hospital

The Orange County, Calif., community is stoked for Providence health workers, as this sentiment on a surfboard shows outside Mission (Viejo) Hospital. May 5, 2020.) Hospital. May 5, 2020.
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Margarita time at Providence Mother Joseph Care Center

Covid-19 wasn't going to stop the Recreation caregivers at Providence Mother Joseph Care Center from helping the residents celebrate Cinco de Mayo. They loaded up their cart with margarita mix, ...
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Testing, testing...

A medical team from Providence Home & Community Care gear up and get ready to test caregivers and residents for COVID-19 at Providence Mount St. Vincent in Seattle, April 2020. The team used newer ...
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Spotlight on caring: older adults at home get a special delivery of springtime cheer from Providence ElderPlace

Before the pandemic, Providence ElderPlace health and social centers served as the place for our participants, older adults, to receive medical, social, recreational and therapeutic services. When ...
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Face behind the mask

Terry Hylton, RN, director of nursing at Providence Transitional Care in Anchorage, became one of the many caregivers to don “Face Behind the Mask” badges in April 2020. The badges help ...
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A small gesture filled with love

Today I received notification that I had a package. When I went to get it, I realized it was the missing package i had been looking for. It was delivered by accident to a neighbor. Attached to the ...
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Thank you to all Providence healthcare workers

NAC Architecture in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Spokane sends their love and gratitude to all those on the frontlines fighting this pandemic.
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A strange was to know someone

It's a strange way to know someone; so intimate. Yet you'll never hear their voice, and their eyes will never meet your gaze. You care for them in the most tender of ways; hoping somehow that ...
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100th virtual birthday party in Covid-19 isolation

Jane is an assisted living resident on Covid-19 lockdown in Southern California. She turned 100 on April 20th and on her Home Services visit the following day, they had a Zoom (virtual) birthday party ...
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The laboratory contributes to the war!

The Laboratory in every hospital is an important member of the army combatting the COVID virus. To identify a patient as "Positive" or "Negative" quickly is key to treating and ...
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Daily quarantine questions

Daily reminder.
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Why everyone needs to wear a mask

Why everyone should wear a mask.
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Thank you

Aless Bell sends a message of love and gratitude to all of those fighting this pandemic
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Encouragement during a time of uncertainties and fears

In the last few weeks we’ve all been filled with uncertainties and fears. (Will I keep my job, are my parents safe, will our physicians be okay, are my patients taking safety precautions, etc-) ...
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The climb

The mountain appeared in front of me I worried about the climb It was a rocky and rough path. The unknown around every corner Cliffs and drop-offs just out of sight The lonely path wound through weeds ...
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Skywriters send a message of thanks to healthcare workers

Skywriters send a message of thanks to healthcare workers
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We are not alone

You are not alone. Many people are with you, with us, in solidarity during these days. It is important to know that the Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of St. Joseph hold us in prayer each day. ...
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Caregiver, Mark Reilly, lives by the Providence promise, "know me, care for me, easy my way."

Mark Reilly (Home and Community Care liaison) was so kind to go out of his way to assist a St Joseph Family Medicine patient on doing the new ZOOM visit with our provider. He went to the patient with ...
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Child care benefit helps Providence caregivers manage life and work during pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot was asked of health care workers. With the increase in workload, the addition of social distancing and the impact on home life, Providence added a number of ...
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As a working mom - life during COVID

As a Working Mom - Life During COVID Published on April 16, 2020 April 16, 2020 on LinkedIn As many of you know, I've recently moved from Houston, TX to Seattle, WA. Not only am I semi-new to this ...
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