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.
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.
Nurse-midwives continue to care for moms during pregnancy and birth.
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.
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 …
SAN FRANCISCO – When the COVID-19 pandemic began, Sutter’s California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) put strict infection control measures in place to keep patients and staff safe. These measures included temperature screenings, masking and visitor restrictions. But while masks are crucial for slowing the virus’ spread, they can present a communication problem for certain patients. …
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.
Sutter Health experts are reassuring expectant mothers and answering key concerns about pregnancy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.