Madlyn Del Grande and Rocky Oakley had different symptoms but the same problem: Atrial fibrillation was running their lives. Del Grande's heart would start racing irregularly out of nowhere, while Oakley would have episodes of irregular heartbeats that got worse over time. The care both women received at Sutter Health helped them lead normal lives again.
Steve Anderson shares how a Sutter Health employee health screening saved his life.
After living with painful varicose veins for decades, Mark is now golfing all 18 holes thanks to a minimally invasive procedure.
A knee replacement surgery at Mills-Peninsula Medical Center helped Charles Chavez return to the activities he loves.
An electronic engineer by profession, Roger spent his life designing and fixing systems. But he needed help when it came to repairing his own heart.
After suffering a heart attack at 32, Tiffany Butler needed a complex procedure offered only at Mills-Peninsula and one other California hospital.