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Neurologist Explains Headaches + Latest Options for Diagnosing, Prevention & Treatment

Content derived from DocTalk video (watch below) with Alexey Shikuev, MD – Neuroscience Institute 0:22 | Let's start with our first question: What are the main types of headaches, and what are their differences?Headaches can often be divided into two large categories: Primary headache disorders | These are headaches we cannot connect to a...

Women’s Health

Valley’s Win in Local Cord Blood Donation Competition Helps Increase Community Supply, Saves More Lives

Umbilical cord blood is a simple and safe way to make the birth of a child into someone else's second chance. Cord blood contains special blood-forming cells that can be used as a life-saving transplant for patients suffering from many diseases like leukemia or sickle cell anemia. Valley Medical Center partners with Bloodworks Northwest to offer fr...

Children’s Health

Help Make Birthday Wishes Come True for Children Experiencing Homelessness

As Valley celebrates our 75th birthday this year, we wanted to give back and help make birthdays special for kids in need across our community. For this year’s holiday collection drive, Valley is partnering with Birthday Dreams to bring hope, joy, and a sense of self-worth to children experiencing homelessness with the gift of a birthday party. Thi...

Joint & Spine

Valley’s ‘Top Doc’ Providers Recognized by Seattle Met and Seattle Magazines

Two Seattle magazines hold Top Docs polls that allow providers to vote for their peers as the best providers in the region. Every year, both Seattle Magazine and Seattle Met magazines publish the results and we have several winning physicians, PA-Cs and ARNPs recognized. Congratulations to the following members of the VMC medica...

Cancer

Valley’s Win in Local Cord Blood Donation Competition Helps Increase Community Supply, Saves More Lives

Umbilical cord blood is a simple and safe way to make the birth of a child into someone else's second chance. Cord blood contains special blood-forming cells that can be used as a life-saving transplant for patients suffering from many diseases like leukemia or sickle cell anemia. Valley Medical Center partners with Bloodworks Northwest to offer fr...

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Learning More About Who Our Patients Are Helps Valley Provide Better Care

Valley Medical Center is committed to improving healthcare for all our diverse patients and families. Healthcare can be affected by race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and disability status. It's important that we know who our patients are so we can provide the right care, in the right place, at the right time, every time. Starting...