Since the beginning of the pandemic, Sutter Health’s network of 22 hospitals has reduced the stays for COVID-19 patients from an average of 20 days to just eight days today, thanks to a coordinated response deployed by the integrated healthcare system.
Despite last minute changes about where they would deliver, the Anjums welcomed three healthy baby boys this September at Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center Van Ness campus hospital.
Learn how the enhanced curriculum in Human Behavior & Mental Health puts Sutter’s Family Medicine Residency Program on a fast-track toward health equity.
21 Sutter Hospitals and Medical Foundations Earn Recognition as Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality
Twenty-one affiliates within Sutter Health’s network earned recognition as “LGBTQ Health Care Equality Leaders.”
Video visits have proved crucial to Sutter’s ability to keep caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as a heat wave causes power outages and wildfires prompt evacuations throughout Northern California, we remind patients how and when they should use telehealth to stay well.
An integrated network continues to serve Northern California communities
Wildfires are again burning in multiple Northern California counties. Sadly, it’s an all too familiar occurrence for many of the communities Sutter Health is privileged to serve. I want to thank the thousands of firefighters and additional emergency personnel who are responding to these blazes—especially the physicians, nurses and staff across Sutter’s integrated network. Our …
As the race to develop a safe and effective vaccine for COVID-19 continues, it may be difficult to understand the terminology used in news reports about the immune system and its response to viruses and vaccines. We’ve summarized some relevant information to help keep you updated on the latest COVID-19 vaccine research.
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.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Twelve hospitals within Sutter’s not-for-profit network received recognition from the American Stroke Association (ASA) for providing a high level of stroke care and participating in the ASA’s Get With The Guidelines® program. Additionally, 20 hospitals in the Sutter system received recognition from the American Heart Association (AHA) for consistently applying the American …