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.
Nurse-midwives continue to care for moms during pregnancy and birth.
This fall, we could face a flu season like no other. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s possible to become sick with the flu and COVID-19 at the same time. You don’t want to risk being infected with both because as reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association, people infected with …
Pandemic underscores value of seamless connection. More than 2 million patient records shared with participating providers. Coordination between health care providers can be crucial for patients’ health – and it’s even more important while caring for them during the COVID-19 pandemic. A newly completed electronic health record system is enabling primary care providers from Community …
A message from John Boyd, PsyD, Sutter Health’s CEO of Mental Health Services, during Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
COVID-19 is bringing new relevance to Sutter’s longstanding electronic intensive care units (eICUs) and to telemedicine.
The town of Aptos is typically quieter than neighboring Santa Cruz, but last Tuesday that tranquility was broken by shouts of gratitude and applause for firefighters battling the CZU Lightning Complex fires – all organized by a Sutter employee.
People across the globe are mourning the death of actor Chadwick Boseman, who died from colon cancer at age 43. While a shock, Boseman’s death reflects a rise in colorectal cancer rates among younger adults. Dr. Michael Abel with Sutter’s CPMC weighs in on why screening and early detection help improve patient outcomes.
Learn how the enhanced curriculum in Human Behavior & Mental Health puts Sutter’s Family Medicine Residency Program on a fast-track toward health equity.