Catherine Martin D.O., MPH has spent seven years and $400,000 training to be a doctor, but time and money don’t reflect the full price of becoming a physician.
Yi and Esther Wang are saving up to buy a house, but for now, their son’s hospital room feels like home.
Landed to Expand Homeownership Assistance Program to Sutter Health’s Essential Professionals in Healthcare
Sutter Health explored options that might help staff purchase homes near their workplace—thereby decreasing commute time and helping employees live in the communities they serve. Landed’s decision to offer its program to healthcare workers at Sutter has potential to positively impact Bay Area communities now and in the future.
New mobile mammography van to provide convenient access to screening mammography services for underserved women and help improve early detection of breast cancer.
Sutter Health has assembled a diverse team of clinical experts, social workers, designers and youth advisors to more completely understand the lived experience of young people as they transition from childhood through adolescence and into adulthood.
Samuel Merritt University’s School of Nursing was named one of the Ten Best Accredited Nursing Schools in California for 2020.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Sutter Health’s network of 22 hospitals has reduced the stays for COVID-19 patients from an average of 20 days to just eight days today, thanks to a coordinated response deployed by the integrated healthcare system.
Delta residents can now access advanced screening and diagnostic breast imaging, close to home.
Despite last minute changes about where they would deliver, the Anjums welcomed three healthy baby boys this September at Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness campus hospital.
This year, it’s more important than ever to have your flu facts straight because influenza and COVID-19 are separate viruses –so we run the risk of contracting both at the same time.