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Providence surgeon leads effort to improve pediatric studies in Alaska


Anchorage, Alaska - Providence pediatric surgeon Brent Roaten, M.D., and Alaska Neonatology Associates have founded the Dr. Stephen G. Jolley Pediatric Surgery Lectureship Endowment.

The endowment will provide education by national leaders and conferences in neonatal and pediatric studies for caregivers in Alaska. The endowment honors the contributions made to advance pediatric surgery by Stephen Jolley, M.D., a longtime Providence pediatric surgeon who recently retired. The foundation donors have pledged $50,000 with the goal of advancing knowledge and the future of pediatric care in Alaska.

The endowment was established at the Providence Alaska Foundation. To learn more about supporting the endowment, contact Providence Alaska Foundation at (907) 212-3600 or


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