Don Bartlett had such a tough time moving around that he would get tired going to the mailbox. Now down 125 pounds and well on his way to his goal, Bartlett walks a mile a day and is off all the medications he used to take to stay healthy.
After his doctors discovered a golf ball-sized tumor on his kidney, Melvin had minimally invasive surgery and is now cancer-free.
Santa Rosa couple supports Sutter holistic healthcare through estate planning, contributions and volunteering.
An atrial fibrillation repair gives Joe his life back.
Legacy of giving is passed down through generations with family foundation.
In naming Mills-Peninsula Hospital Foundation as a beneficiary of her estate, Teresa McIntosh shows the impact the generosity of one person can make.