At Swedish's Heart and Vascular Institute, the care doesn't stop once a patient leaves the hospital. This commitment is exemplified by the unique story of Kenneth, a patient who not only experienced a massive heart attack but became homeless while in recovery.
One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. As rates begin to decline there is a disparity in who is surviving breast cancer, and it's based on which women have access to the right medical care.
Former Seahawk Ricardo Lockette sees each day as a special gift, after being nearly paralyzed during a game. But the end of his football career was the beginning of a new chapter that will be even bigger than the Super Bowl.
Swedish Hospital's pediatric therapy program brings all disciplines into one center, helping kids with long-term disabilities get the care they need.
The presence of pets can boost the immunity of children even while they are still in the womb and can help them fight asthma, allergies, and obesity, a new study finds.
Many people may delay getting needed care because they can’t afford it. Our financial advocates are working to change that. Last year, Swedish spent $21.6 million in free and discounted care. Watch a recent story from KING 5 about the difference our financial assistance program is making in people’s lives.