Streamlined approach uses telehealth to increase convenience.
The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection’s Sonoma-Lake-Napa Unit (CAL FIRE) recently donated $20,000 to Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation’s Cancer Support Services program.
This annual runway show, which raises thousands for Sutter’s cancer support services in Sonoma County, went virtual this year.
New mobile mammography van to provide convenient access to screening mammography services for underserved women and help improve early detection of breast cancer.
Delta residents can now access advanced screening and diagnostic breast imaging, close to home.
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.
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. — California is slowly reopening, but like so many unknowns with COVID-19, it’s unclear how long our return to routine will last. “A surge in virus spread and infected patients could occur this fall or winter,” says Bill Isenberg, M.D., chief quality and safety officer for Sutter Health. “If this happens, and overlaps …
Sutter Imaging and other Sutter Health diagnostic imaging centers have added safety measures and deeper cleaning in order to make mammograms and other radiology services safer during the COVID-19 crisis.
Cameron Yee paints kindness rocks to bring inspiration and healing to patients and staff at CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital in San Francisco.