Sutter Health, which co-led the study of the first all-in-one COVID-19 molecular test, is gearing up to offer the test to qualified patients in the next two months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted Emergency Use Authorization.
From his beginnings as an internist at the medical group his father founded, to life-long mentorship and advocacy, Philip Randolph Lee, M.D., is remembered for applying a care philosophy to the nation.
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 …
Sarah Krevans, president and CEO of Sutter Health, shares the following message in light of the rule finalized on June 12 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that removes protections for gender identity and sexual orientation from the nondiscrimination provision of the Affordable Care Act.
On your way to your doctor’s office or the urgent care?
Depending on your symptoms it might be better to call first, so you can be seen in your car or asked to enter through a different door.
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program Announces Incoming Class of 2023
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (May 26, 2020) – The Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital (SSRRH) Family Medicine Residency Program today announced its incoming class of 2023. The 12 new residents were selected from among 850 applicants representing the nation’s top medical schools. SSRRH’s three-year program, one of 450 family medicine training programs in the United States, …
SANTA ROSA, Calif. – Sutter physicians are moving into the clinical phase of recovery amid COVID-19, with in-person visits resuming with greater frequency. While fears over contracting the virus persist, Sutter is working hard to communicate to patients the many safety measures in place so they feel comfortable coming in. “Thanks to residents who continue …
Rural counties struggle to attract well-trained primary-care, family physicians. Sutter Health developed a program to help solve this, and it is now on track to start next year.
As California begins cautious steps to resume day-to-day life in the state amid the ongoing concerns of COVID-19, essential services like healthcare are signaling changes of their own.