The State of Health Care: Dr. Angela J. Bowen Center for Health Education

The soon-to-be-completed facility will give Allied Healthcare and Nursing program students hands-on, state-of-the-art experiences to prepare them for the medical field. SPSCC’s Healthcare pathway encompasses an impressive array of programs in dental assisting, medical assisting, nursing and more. A recent interview with Dean of Allied Health and Nursing, Marriya Wright, revealed a wealth of new…

The State of Health Care: Providence St. Peter

by Heidi Smith Within the home and community care industry, the benefits of treating patients in their own homes are well-documented. Patients recover faster and better, reap the psychological benefits of being surrounded by family members and friends in a familiar setting. Through an innovative program at Providence, a subset of emergency department patients meeting…

The State of Health Care: Kaiser Permanente

by Natasha Ashenhurst Debra Lemke envisions a world where more people use technology to access basic care. She awaits the day when our littlest ones can receive the COVID-19 vaccine and boosters. She is hopeful that those suffering with mental illness will receive the care they need. Lemke is Kaiser Permanente’s District Director of Operations.…