Scrubs Optional: Providence Welcomes All to Tower Open House

--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Providence Regional Medical Center:

WHAT:

Providence Regional Medical Center Community Open House at its new, soon-to-be-open, $460 million medical tower in Everett. More than 5,000 people from the surrounding area are expected to attend the celebration each day. Highlights include tours of the 12-story tower and plenty of family activities, including “Inside Out: The Original Organ Show,” Blue Thunder Drumline, fire trucks and giveaways.

WHEN:

Saturday, June 11, and Sunday, June 12 from noon to 5:00 pm.
 

WHERE:

Providence Cymbaluk Medical Tower, 1700 14th Street, Everett.
 

WHO:

Providence CEO David Brooks will be one of the hospital leaders welcoming the community to the open house and will be available for interviews.
 

BACKGROUND:

For years Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett has worked quietly behind-the-scenes to combine innovative thinking with high-quality care and cost efficiency, which has placed it among the top-tier hospitals in the United States for five years running.
 
On June 14 Providence will take its nationally recognized healthcare to the next level when it opens its new state-of-the art medical tower in Everett. The tower features 680,000 square feet of space, 240 patient beds and an Emergency Department larger than a NFL football field.
 
By combining 1) cutting-edge technology with 2) patient-centric care and 3) operational excellence, Providence aims to set a new standard for the way patients and their families experience hospital care in America.



CONTACT:

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett
Cheri Russum, Public Relations Manager
c: 425-238-8262 | p: 425-304-0591

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Washington

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Hospitals  General Health

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