Overlake announces the first phase of Project futureCARE, the construction of a NEW state of the art Cancer Center

Today, The Keller Group joined our client, Overlake Medical Center, as its staff announced Project futureCARE. A six-year, $242-million project, 10 years in the planning, Project futureCARE will expand Overlake’s services and renew the campus in several significant ways: It will change the skyline with a new East Tower, there will be a new Childbirth […]

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Holocaust Survivor, International Educator and Playwright Visit Seattle to Share Message of Hope and Tolerance

Last week, Holocaust survivor George Brady, along with international educator Fumiko Ishioka and playwright Emil Sher met with students and community members across the city to share their unique story of tolerance and hope. The three are connected through Hana’s Suitcase, a play being produced this month at Seattle Children’s Theatre in partnership with The […]

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Aurora Bridge crash Paramedics and Volunteer Firefighters are honored at Medic One Foundation Fundraising Luncheon

The Medic One Foundation is one step closer to fully funding the 2015 class of 24 paramedics who are currently undergoing their intensive 10-month training course, making them the highest-trained paramedics in the world by more than double the number of hours other paramedics receive nationwide. The Foundation hosted its annual Lifesavers and Legends Luncheon […]

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Medic One Foundation’s End-of-Year Fundraising Drive

Our client the Medic One Foundation is kicking off its year-end fundraising drive in order to help ensure paramedics in the Northwest remain some of the most highly trained in the world. We are proud to say Seattle/King County has the highest survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest in the nation at 62 percent; this […]

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95 Gallons of Breast Milk Donated to Overlake Medical Center

Six months ago, The Keller Group and Overlake Medical Center started a campaign to promote the opening of Overlake Medical Center’s new Milk Donation Center. Since then, Eastside mothers have donated 95 gallons of essential and life-saving breast milk! The 95 gallons (around 12,248 ounces) were donated by only 36 Eastside Moms, so just imagine […]

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Overlake Patient’s Story Inspires Huge Increase in Number of Milk Donors

On August 5th, The Keller Group and Overlake Medical Center coordinated media interviews with Robin Ballard, mother to 32-week old Leif, and Madeleine Williams, a nurse who donated breast milk to Overlake’s new Mother’s Milk Depot. Leif was born premature at 28 weeks, and has been in the NICU at Overlake since his delivery nearly five […]

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Overlake Medical Center Opens Mother’s Milk Depot

The Women’s Clinic at Overlake Medical Center has opened a Mother’s Milk Depot, where moms can donate their breast milk to infants in need. Overlake is one of only a few hospitals in Western Washington to offer a local donation location to mothers in the greater Seattle area. “We’re very excited to bring this new, […]

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Cardiac Survivor Celebrates Paramedics Who Came to Her Aid

Last February, Bellevue resident Heather Kelley was on her way to the Seahawks’ Super Bowl celebration at CenturyLink Field when her heart stopped. Yesterday, after nearly six months, Kelley was reunited with her paramedic rescuers for the first time during Seahawks training camp at Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC). Kelley and her two daughters were […]

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Sclater Architects share insights on Bellevue Collection Expansion

On Thursday, June 26, Alan Sclater and Craig Kasman of Sclater Architects gave a tour of the entire Bellevue Collection. Downtown Bellevue currently has eight major projects under construction, including the Lincoln Square expansion that broke ground on June 11. Many cannot imagine Bellevue being anything but the urban hub that it is today. However, […]

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Overlake Medical Center Targets Earlier Detection of Lung Cancer with Affordable Screening Alternative

Overlake Medical Center launched a new lung cancer screening program aimed to help identify lung cancer in its earlier stages. The hospital is hoping to increase the odds of surviving lung cancer with earlier detection. “Unfortunately, many patients we see are already in the later stages of lung cancer, when the chances of successful treatment […]

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