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Swedish is a nonprofit medical center.  Contributions are instrumental in ensuring our ability to deliver world-class serice and provide state-of-th-art facilities and technology to our patients.

Listed below are stories of the support your funds have contributed to.  Interested in submitting your own story? Use this form.

Swedish Cancer Institute
Names Family Foundation
“Swedish just felt right for me.”

Cancer has challenged Paula Larkin’s family for many years. Her grandson survived liver cancer when he was just seven years old;...

Swedish Cancer Institute
Bill and Dorie
“ Our way of showing appreciation.”

Bill and Dorie Clancy turned an unthinkable tragedy into an enduring legacy. After losing their 24-year-old son, Patrick to Hodgkin...

Women's Health and Pediatrics
Sellen Construction
Giving back to the community

Driven by the belief that you should make a difference in your community, Sellen Construction encourages employees to volunteer and...

Swedish Neuroscience Institute
Gregory
"It worked. You can read my writing."

For nearly 20 years, Gregory suffered from essential tremor. His hands shook uncontrollably, making every day things like writing a...

Swedish Neuroscience Institute
Kami
“Thank you for helping survivors like me.”

After months of dizzy spells, Kami Combes collapsed into a seizure. Her physician referred her to Swedish where she learned that...

Women's Health and Pediatrics
Anna, Bryan and Evangeline
"What can you say but thank you? You saved my child's life."

Donations from supporters like you helped save the life of Anna and Brian Hulen's daughter, Evangeline. What seemed like a normal...

Swedish Heart and Vascular Institute
John and Sandra
In right place during a scary time

John Shepanek and his wife, Sandra, were glowing after a family filled weekend in Seattle last March 2015. Family is everything to...

Swedish Heart and Vascular Institute
Mike and Lori
“We got our life back because of Swedish”

Last winter, Mike Houser had four heart attacks – one nearly every three weeks. After months of visits to his local emergency room...