The Seattle Times speaks with Overlake Medical Center's Director of Clinical Support Services, Gordon Oakes, about how Overlake is implementing its vaccination plan and takes a closer look at how Washington State and hospitals are administering the COVID-19 vaccine.
Robert Binford, MD, a cardiothoracic surgeon at Overlake Medical Center, talks with 425 Business about the rise of minimally-invasive surgeries and the new technology and tools making these procedures possible.
425 Business' Emily Molina covers the first COVID-19 vaccinations at Overlake Medical Center. Critical care nurse Belinda Thomas and Todd Freudenberger, MD, were the first Overlake employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Overlake Medical Center is thrilled to announce that COVID-19 vaccinations have begun at the facility. Doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine were delivered to Overlake Tuesday morning, and the first inoculation was administered Wednesday at 6:50 a.m.
Starting December 20, 2020, there will be a new entrance to Overlake Medical Center's Emergency Department. Located off NE 10th St., the new, dedicated Emergency Department entrance allows for quick walk-in access, improved flow for patient drop-offs and direct entry to the underground parking garage.
Overlake Medical Center & Clinics announced effective today it will manage Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s emergency department. The collaboration, and long-standing relationship of the two organizations, will continue to benefit the needs of Snoqualmie and the surrounding communities.