Lawmakers have been moving forward with two bills that would address issues of nurse staffing levels, overtime and rest breaks.
In a message to the community, Dr. Rod Hochman writes: “You deserved better from us — and from me.”
Swedish CEO Guy Hudson wrote in a memo to staff members Wednesday that the U.S. Attorney’s Office is now among the agencies reviewing practices at...
‘It’s a new day at Swedish’: Interim CEO apologizes to staff for leadership lapses | Quantity of Care
Swedish Health’s interim CEO Guy Hudson spoke with The Seattle Times on Friday about issues raised in a Times investigation and where Swedish is headed...
As the mother of a daughter who died needlessly, I have earned, in the worst way possible, the right to demand that patients be heard.
Dr. Johnny Delashaw resigned less than three weeks after he was prominently featured in a Seattle Times investigation.
Swedish Health Services CEO Tony Armada has resigned, days after a Seattle Times investigation examined turmoil and troubles inside Swedish’s premier neurosurgery institute.
The probe was launched days after a Seattle Times report uncovered wide-ranging concerns about patient care at the facility.
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