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.
Nurse-midwives continue to care for moms during pregnancy and birth.
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.
Caring for a newborn is hard work, made harder in the midst of a pandemic. This article, which first appeared in Bay Area Parent magazine, has the advice you need, now.
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.
When a global health crisis began endangering communities across Northern California, Sutter research and operational staff started brainstorming new ways to track the spread of COVID-19 and launch strategies for early detection and ongoing surveillance. Learn how these data detectives are partnering to bring top-quality care to patients and communities across Sutter’s integrated network.
Every day brings new scientific insights into COVID-19, read about two new studies from Sutter Health experts.
You can access Sutter Health services from home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s how.
Art project turns an uncertain time into one of collaboration and pride.