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April 19, 2015 1:12 AM ET

Healthcare Providers and Services

Company Overview of Swedish Health Services, Inc.

Company Overview

Swedish Health Services, Inc., doing business as Swedish Medical Center, owns and operates hospitals in Seattle, Edmonds, and Issaquah. It offers services in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular care, neurological care, orthopedic care, obstetrics, clinical research, pediatrics, primary care, and surgery. The company also operates emergency rooms and specialty centers in Redmond; and a network of specialty-care and primary-care clinics. Swedish Health Services, Inc. was formerly known as Swedish Hospital Medical Center and changed its name to Swedish Health Services, Inc. in 1993. The company was founded in 1878 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of February 1, 2012, Swedish Health Ser...

747 Broadway

Seattle, WA 98122

United States

Founded in 1878

Phone:

206-386-6000

Fax:

206-386-2277

Key Executives for Swedish Health Services, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and Member of Foundation Board of Governors
Interim President of Foundation
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Executive Officer of Swedish Seattle
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Swedish Health Services, Inc. Key Developments

Swedish Transplant Group Moves to Renovated Building on Seattle's Pill Hill

Swedish Health Services has leased 24,000 square feet of space in a Seattle medical-office building that is being renovated. A joint venture of real estate companies Trammell Crow and Washington Capital Management (WCM) announced the deal, saying that Swedish is moving its transplant group to the sixth floor of the newly named First Hill Medical Pavilion next spring. Swedish signed a long-term lease, but exact terms were not released. The project is now 44% leased. The transplant group is moving from the Swedish medical tower at 1101 Madison St., where the group is spread out over three floors. In addition, the relocation will allow the group to add a research lab. Trammell and WCM paid $42.6 million in early 2013 for what was called the Seattle Life Sciences Building, which occupies the full block between Boren and Minor avenues and Columbia and Marion streets. Some nearby surface parking lots were also included in the purchase. The new owners are under way on a significant renovation of the building that includes a six-story, 60,000 square-foot expansion on top of a new 415-stall underground parking garage. Architecture firm CollinsWoerman designed the project, and Lease Crutcher Lewis is the general contractor. Commercial real estate brokers Bob Mooney and Hans Kemp of Flinn Ferguson Corporate Real Estate negotiated the lease for Swedish with the landlords' representatives, Paul Carr, Steve Perovich and Marcus Yamamoto of CBRE.

Swedish Health Services Appoints June Altaras, R.N., M.N., as New Chief Executive of Swedish Seattle Effective January 1, 2015

Swedish Health Services announced it has appointed Senior Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer and Swedish Seattle Chief Operating Officer June Altaras, R.N., M.N., as the new chief executive of Swedish Seattle, which includes the First Hill and Cherry Hill hospital campuses. Altaras will begin work in her new role on January 1, 2015. Swedish Chief Executive Officer Anthony Armada, FACHE, announced the promotion to Swedish caregivers on November 18, 2014.

Swedish-PSBC Partnership Creates In-House Transfusion Service Labs

Swedish Health Services and Puget Sound Blood Center announced partnership that creates three new on-site transfusion service laboratories at Swedish Cherry Hill, First Hill and Issaquah campuses. The first lab opens at Cherry Hill on April 15. Under the partnership agreement Swedish will provide lab space, facilities, equipment and information technology systems. PSBC will provide transfusion laboratory services and regulatory oversight of staff, including a dedicated medical director, who will operate the lab 24/7 to test and match patient blood samples with on-site blood components. Blood transfusions are the most frequently performed medical procedure that people have during hospital stays.

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