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Providence St. Joseph Health donates $1.43 million to local mental health programs

Gift to NAMI and National Council made in honor of the 143,000 caregivers, physicians, volunteers and board members who deliver our Mission every day Every great social movement begins with a simple act. It starts with one person helping another, which in turn inspires the next person to […]

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Igniting a movement around mental health

Anyone who has worked in health care for more than a decade will remember the “100,000 Lives” campaign. Launched about 10 years ago, it was a bold initiative to tackle alarming rates of patient deaths and harm due to preventable medical errors in hospitals. The campaign established […]

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An Olympic athlete in the Providence St. Joseph family

It’s hard to believe it’s already been a month since Providence and St. Joseph came together. One of the great things about being part of a larger family is that we have more people to be proud of and call our own. Malissa Lewis is one such […]

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Our commitment to mental health

I am pleased to write to you today as president and CEO of our new parent organization, Providence St. Joseph Health. It’s an honor to serve in this role, and I’m excited to work with you to create a healthier future for everyone in our communities, especially the […]

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Providence and St. Joseph: It’s official!

Effective July 1, we embark on an exciting new chapter in the history of our organizations. Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph Health are officially coming together to create healthier communities across the Western United States, especially for those most in need. This historic milestone builds […]

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3 community benefit stories that will inspire you

Storytelling is a big part of our culture at Providence.  It’s how we keep our heritage alive and celebrate the people and communities we serve. Our annual community benefit report is always a great source of inspiring stories, and the 2015 edition is no exception. It’s full of powerful […]

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5 ways to stay grounded in the midst of chaos

Commencement: My advice for the University of Great Falls class of 2016. What life lessons would you share with our new graduates? Tom Brokaw once said the greatest generation is the World War II generation, the people who came of age during the Great Depression and later went […]

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Get to know St. Joseph Health with this video tour

I have really enjoyed getting to know our future new partner St. Joseph Health. It has been great to learn about the organization’s rich heritage and the diverse communities it serves. As you may know, St. Joseph operates 16 hospitals, numerous clinics, outpatient centers and other services in Northern […]

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Easing the way through Walgreens clinics, virtual visits and more

As I’ve said before, it’s an imperative that we improve the health of millions of more people in the communities we serve and that we do it through predictable access, experience, quality and price per individual. We’re making great progress on all these fronts, and today, I […]

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Finding community, grace and family in Guatemala

Earlier this month, I was honored to co-lead a group of caregiver volunteers serving a village in the highlands of Guatemala, where we installed equipment to provide safe drinking water. Learn how the work of our caregivers is saving lives and building community in this remote part of the world.

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