Everett Clinic Family Medicine physician, Dr. Stephen Campbell, was featured in the Everett Herald's," Should anyone get all worked up about sweating?" Read more about In the news: Should anyone get all worked up about sweating?
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Get to know your new Everett Clinic providers. Watch their videos and get to know more about why they chose their career and what brought them to The Everett Clinic. Read more about Meet your providers: New Videos
Everett Clinic Family Medicine physician, Dr. John Benedict Abaño, discusses vasectomies in the Everett Herald's, "Procedure keeps little soldiers in their fort." Read more about In the news: Procedure keeps little soldiers in their fort
Angela Pennington remembers the day her twin daughters, 11 year olds Chloe and Sophie, were diagnosed with autism like it was yesterday. She was scared and heartbroken, not only for her daughters, but for herself. Angela wondered what would happen to her daughters and what she could do to help them be the best they could be. But she was also relieved to have a diagnosis; she finally knew why they marched to the beat of a different drummer. Read more about One Family's Journey with Autism
Everett Clinic family medicine physicians, Dr. Luis Enriquez and Dr. Subathra Selvaraj, contributed to the Herald's "First, consider the ‘what” and ‘why’ of supplements." Read more about In the news: First, consider the ‘what” and ‘why’ of supplements
The Herald reports on the continuation of flu season in Washington State which usually ends with the arrival of spring. This season has led to 37 deaths statewide and 95 hospitalizations in Snohomish County. Washing your hands and covering your cough are simple steps to help avoid the spread of the flu.
The article includes information from Everett Clinic Dr. Yuan-Po Tu of Walk-In Clinic care and Flu Services. Read more about In the news: Unexpectedly, number of flu cases continues to rise
Everett Clinic Board Secretary and Orthopedic Surgeon, Dr. Scott Schaaf wrote a letter to the newspaper in response to The Seattle Times about The Everett Clinic's pharmaceutical sales ban. Read more about In the news: Pharmaceutical drugs: How to stay unbiased and save patients money
Tune in an listen to Everett Clinic Family Medicine physician, Dr. Stephen Campbell on Health Matters radio, KRKO 1380am, 6 pm Mon., Mar. 28. Read more about Listen to Dr. Campbell on Health Matters Radio
The Everett Clinic joined DaVita HealthCare Partners in March. The company is now celebrating ten years among FORTUNE Magazine's World's Most Admired Companies. The company's award-winning culture helps it deliver leading quality care. Read more about Everett Clinic Joins One of World's Most Admired Companies, DaVita HealthCare Partners
Everett Clinic Sports Medicine physician, Dr. Doug Pepple, was featured in the Everett Daily Herald's, "Sports medicine helps us recover from injuries, big or small." Read more about In the news: Sports medicine helps us recover from injuries, big or small
Two Everett Clinic nephrologists received DaVita Core Value awards for Fulfillment. The company recognized providers during the annual Physician's Leadership Meeting (PLM), Feb. 25-27 for exemplifying DaVita's core values. Read more about In the news: DaVita Kidney Care Honors Two Everett Clinic Physicians for Exemplifying Core Values