On Friday, March 2, 2018 the Providence Imaging Center family bid a fond farewell to one of our founding Radiologists, specializing in breast imaging, Denise Farleigh, MD. You can also visit our Facebook page to view all of the pictures from Friday’s very special event.
Please join us in support of Bean’s Cafe and the Children’s Lunchbox program at the 24th Annual Empty Bowl Project! When: Saturday March 10, 2018 From: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm Where: Dena’ina Center
Recognizing 20 years of service by Clinical Manager, Lyle Downing to the Providence Imaging Center team. Thank you Lyle, you are appreciated!
On Wednesday, January 24, 2018 the Providence Imaging Center Mobile Mammogram van will be participating in Project Homeless Connect, an important community event organized by the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness. Project Homeless Connect is a one-day event, held at the Egan Center at 555 5th Avenue on January 24th. The mission of this project is … Read more
Our Anchorage and Eagle River locations of Providence Imaging Center will be closed on Monday, January 1st in observance of the New Year holiday. Wishing all of our patients, staff and clinicians the very best in the coming new year!
I want to take the opportunity to congratulate Robin Tyson on being nominated for The Fireweed Award. She was nominated by providing remarkable, compassionate patient care and customer service. Per the patient: “Robin went above and beyond to be very sweet and caring. She was very professional and you can tell she enjoys taking care … Read more
A surprise celebration of Executive Director, Laura McDonough’s 35 years of service with Providence Imaging Center!
Providence Imaging Center is proud to be a 2017 Toast to the Coast sponsor. This year’s event is being held on December 7 at The Center, 4855 Arctic Boulevard, Anchorage. Click image to hear more!
In our continuing focus this month on breast cancer awareness, we are sharing this article from Stanford Magazine: Doctors Aren’t Using Genetic Testing to Inform Breast Cancer Treatment And too many women are having life-altering surgery. When Angelina Jolie wrote a 2013 op-ed piece for the New York Times telling of her decision to have … Read more
“Breast cancer: About 12 percent of women in the general population will develop breast cancer sometime during their lives. By contrast, according to the most recent estimates, 55 to 65 percent of women who inherit a harmful BRCA1 mutation and around 45 percent of women who inherit a harmful BRCA2 mutation will develop breast cancer by age 70 years.” … Read more
According to a recent article in Vital Signs, an online newsletter by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, overweight and obesity are associated with at least 13 different types of cancer. These cancers make up 40% of all cancers diagnosed, and about 2 in 3 occur in adults 50-74 years old. Read more on this … Read more
The Providence Imaging Center LIFE Matters Heart Walk team raised $600 during the September 23rd Heart Walk. There’s still time to support heart health in Alaska! Donations can be made through the month of October. Please visit the Providence Imaging Center LIFE Matters page and donate what you can today! Click to Donate Now!