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Health care bill, in current form, would erode safety net in our communities

Providence St. Joseph Health has a long history of working with lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to shape policy that meets the health care needs of our communities, especially the poor and vulnerable. In the tradition of our founders, it is our role to speak […]

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Basecamp Cardiac Prevention + Wellness Center

Providence Heart Institute at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center recently expanded our world-class care by opening Basecamp Cardiac Prevention + Wellness. Basecamp provides resources, inspiration and a community to help us on the journey to greater heart health. I recently spoke with James Beckerman, M.D., medical director […]

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We stand with immigrants and refugees

The recent executive order on immigration is more than just a headline for Providence St. Joseph Health. It hits close to home on a personal level. More than 300 of our caregivers are nationals or dual nationals of the seven countries named in the executive order. These […]

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Our nation must protect health coverage for the newly insured

These days, you can’t turn on the news or scroll the headlines without seeing some mention of the Affordable Care Act. “Repeal and replace” is the sound bite we hear over and over again. But the big question, yet to be answered, is “Replace it with what?” […]

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Happy holidays and thank you

What a year! There are so many things to say about 2016. The past 12 months have been a time of change, both internally and externally, and a time of important, new opportunities to meet the needs of our communities. We brought together two long-standing organizations with […]

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Providence celebrates 160 years: Share your story

Only a small percent of all organizations in this country have made it past 100 years old. Rarer still are longstanding organizations founded by women. It’s amazing to think that Providence St. Joseph Health is a combination of two not-for-profit health systems founded by women well over a century […]

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Understanding the election and what it may mean for our organization and the health care industry

Like you, I’ve been thinking about last week’s election results and what they might mean for health care in the United States, particularly when it comes to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). I’ve received questions from caregivers who are wondering whether the ACA will be altered or […]

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Creating a 10 times better online experience

Digital innovation is one of our key strategies for the future. Learn how Providence St. Joseph Health is working to create a 10 times better online experience in this brief video with Aaron Martin, our executive vice president and chief digital and innovation officer. Aaron also talks […]

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Six ways we’ll create healthier communities

Last week, we celebrated our 100th day as Providence St. Joseph Health. It was a great opportunity to recognize the coming together of two longstanding organizations founded by women – the Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. Their commitment to serving the poor […]

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Living with mental illness: Three stories that will inspire you

Nearly everyone is affected – or knows someone affected – by mental illness or addiction.  Yet, we tend not to talk about these issues openly as a society. That’s what makes this video so powerful. It tells the story of three remarkable individuals and families who share […]

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