After Sammy began to have seizures, his happy-go-lucky attitude began to fade. He and his parents couldn’t control epilepsy with medications alone, so they turned to Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento. And after one surgery, Sammie hasn’t had a seizure since.
Paula had a brain aneurysm, but couldn't pay for the needed medical care. Sutter Health's Charity Care Program made her surgery possible.
Judy Hall describes how the telestroke program at CPMC helped save her life, while delivering high-quality, personalized care.
Vintner pledges to gift 100 percent of the profits, in perpetuity, from a vineyard named after and planted by his wife Susan before her onset of ALS
Sutter Health patient Ram Madduluri describes how stroke research at Sutter is helping pioneer the future of acute stroke care.
The Wongs adopted two girls with spina bifida and found comprehensive care from the specialists at Sutter Children's Center in Sacramento.
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