A video visit helped provide immediate access to care for Arleen Beviacqua-Enriquez. But not in the way you would expect.
Wildfire smoke and COVID-19—a risky respiratory combo? Early studies suggest that air pollution from wildfires may complicate COVID-19 symptoms for people with respiratory issues.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, part of Sutter Health’s not-for-profit integrated network of care, ‘topped out’ its $158 million expansion to enhance access to acute hospital services.
OAKLAND, Calif. –A Bay Area physician is warning people that delaying critical or preventive care because of fears of COVID-19 could have detrimental effects on their health. In an interview with KPIX 5’s CBSN, Junaid Khan, M.D., a cardiothoracic surgeon and director of cardiovascular services at Sutter’s Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland, says …
Three hospital campuses within Sutter Health’s not-for-profit, integrated network of care achieved recognition as among the best hospitals in California for 2020-21 from U.S. News & World Report.
As the coronavirus pandemic drags on, the medical community has acted as a sponge, absorbing knowledge of how the infection is best treated from each new case.
Pamela Randall’s breast cancer diagnosis was scary. She was aided in her recovery journey with the help of multiple doctors at Sutter Health, demonstrating the power of the organization’s integrated network of care.
OAKLAND, Calif. –The outpouring of support from East Bay communities for the staff and physicians of Sutter’s Alta Bates Summit Medical Center during the pandemic has been humbling. Community members from Oakland and Berkeley have donated cases of personal protective equipment and hot meals for staff, mailed letters of gratitude, and local first-responders even organized …
With counties and states approaching their reopening strategies differently, we interviewed an infectious disease specialist about how he’s tackling everyday activities like when and where he’s wearing a mask and how he’s getting his hair cut.
Preparing for a patient surge of COVID-19 patients allowed Sutter Health to successfully treat an infected patient with critical-care specialists two hours away.