Diabetes care teams across Sutter Health are using person-first language to help remove stigma and refocus attention on the patient, not the disease.
The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) has recognized six Sutter Medical Network (SMN) organizations for achieving top marks on quality and patient experience measures while effectively managing cost of care for Commercial HMO patients in 2019.
First-ever Nurse of the Year Award winners announced at a virtual Nursing Symposium attended by hundreds of nurses and midwives from across Northern California
The Hippocratic Oath has a special significance in the field of medicine. While its meaning has evolved over centuries with modernized text, its core truth remains: safety. Sutter hospitals recognize safer care is fundamental to high-quality care. This approach has helped them exceed state and national averages in the six main quality measures.
Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco is now one of only five organizations in the United States to achieve the American Geriatric Society (AGC) CoCare: HELP™ Center of Excellence designation for its Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP). CPMC was recently awarded this elite status after demonstrating the highest level of best practices in geriatric care.
Callie Cowart, a full-time board-certified music therapist at Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) in San Francisco uses music to heal.
Samuel Merritt University’s School of Nursing was named one of the Ten Best Accredited Nursing Schools in California for 2020.
Pandemic underscores value of seamless connection. More than 2 million patient records shared with participating providers. Coordination between health care providers can be crucial for patients’ health – and it’s even more important while caring for them during the COVID-19 pandemic. A newly completed electronic health record system is enabling primary care providers from Community …
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.”
Three hospital campuses within Sutter Health’s not-for-profit, integrated network of care achieved recognition as among the best hospitals in California for 2020-21 from U.S. News & World Report.