When a global health challenge began endangering communities across Northern California, researchers at Sutter started brainstorming potential solutions to deliver much-needed treatment to people infected with the novel coronavirus. Learn how clinical trials and other research at Sutter are helping bring top-quality care to our patients and communities.
SAN FRANCISCO—Imagine if you were ordered to shelter in place and your only option was a homeless shelter. How would you get care for your existing health conditions? For low-income or homeless people who live in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, the coronavirus outbreak is making what was already a difficult situation even more challenging. Fortunately …
Cameron Yee paints kindness rocks to bring inspiration and healing to patients and staff at CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital in San Francisco.
One man’s struggle with seizures is silenced thanks to a medical device implanted on his brain.
About 5 million Americans each year are diagnosed with heart valve disease.1 Learn how tiny implantable devices are doing big jobs to restore normal blood flow to the heart’s parts.
“Tiny Victories of Life” beads track critically ill and premature infants’ medical journeys.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 13,000 women in the U.S. are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, but the disease can be prevented with vaccination and appropriate screening. Read how researchers in our network are discovering new ways to prevent and treat cervical cancer.
San Jose Earthquakes players visit patients at CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Smiles stretched from ear-to-ear at California Pacific Medical Center’s Van Ness Campus hospital as players from the San Jose Earthquakes Major League Soccer team sought to unwrap joy for patients in the Sutter facility’s Novack Family Child Life Services …
New mobile service expands access to care for San Francisco’s most vulnerable SAN FRANCISCO –Providing access to healthcare at the curbside to homeless people in the City’s Tenderloin neighborhood is the goal of HealthRIGHT 360’s new mobile healthcare service. The mobile clinic is a collaborative effort with major support from California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), …
How blood, urine and gene mutations may unlock secrets to lung cancer treatment options.