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Carrie Kahaloa, clinic manager at Providence Medical Group in Medford, had a problem. Many pregnant patients at the OB-GYN clinic were skipping their prenatal appointments.
Improving communication skills empowers palliative care teamThanks to generous donors, our palliative care team in southern Oregon received training to help them better communicate with patients and their families.
Project Turnkey helps people recover safely
For people who need to be discharged from the hospital but don’t have stable housing to return to, Project Turnkey aims to provide a solution.
Scholarships help advance careersTo help these caregivers and the patients they serve, last year Providence Community Health Foundation provided twelve health care education scholarships totaling $25,000.
Trailers become homes after wildfires destroy neighborhoods
When Amy Fisk, a medical assistant at Providence Medical Group-Medford Neurology, left her apartment on Sept. 8, 2020, she thought she would be back in a few days. That was before the Almeda fire destroyed over 2,400 residential structures, including houses, apartment buildings, mobile and manufactured homes.