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Six physician organizations in the Sutter Medical Network, including all five medical foundations, received “Elite” status today in the annual CAPG Standards of Excellence Survey™—the highest possible honor awarded by the CAPG professional organization. The survey measures...Read More about Sutter Health Physician Organizations Earn Highest Rating for Patient Care
Fry’s Decision Follows Career of Exemplary Achievement After a 30-plus-year career with Northern California’s not-for-profit Sutter Health network of doctors and hospitals—including the past 10 years as president and chief executive officer—Pat Fry announced today he will...Read More about Sutter Health CEO Pat Fry to Retire in January, 2016
Donation Supports American Red Cross and International Medical Corps Sutter Health today announced a $500,000 donation to help support relief efforts following the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal this past weekend. The American Red Cross International Disaster Relief...Read More about Sutter Health Donates $500,000 to Help Earthquake Relief Efforts in Nepal
Our not-for-profit Sutter Health network invites you to explore our online 2014 annual report. Through videos and other interactive features, see how our doctors, hospitals and medical teams partner to provide top-rated, personalized care in diverse communities across Northern California. This year our annual report focuses on our:
“At Sutter Health, we understand that in a rapidly changing world we must reimagine how we operate if we want to continue delivering the kind of quality care our patients expect and deserve,” said Sutter Health President and CEO Pat Fry. “In 2014, we implemented advanced technologies, pursued groundbreaking research, streamlined work processes and launched more convenient ways to access care.”
“We applaud today’s Supreme Court ruling on marriage equality. It reflects Sutter Health’s long-held belief that employees and patients committed to same-sex relationships should have equal opportunities. We believe in a diverse and inclusive workforce, where employees can reach their full potential and all employees have access to health benefits for their partners. Valuing one another’s differences also helps us more personally care for our patients as we appreciate their unique needs.”
Clinical collaboration with CVS/pharmacy and MinuteClinic will increase access to care and help improve medication adherence for patients
The not-for-profit Sutter Health network announced a new clinical collaboration with CVS Health today. CVS Health will securely and safely provide prescription and visit information from MinuteClinics, the retail medical clinic of CVS Health, to Sutter Health’s electronic health record (EHR) for Sutter Health patients who seek care through the nearly 1,000 MinuteClinics nationwide, and/or have prescriptions filled at a CVS/pharmacy. Through this collaboration, Sutter Health and MinuteClinic practitioners will also work together on planning strategies around chronic care, wellness and patient care coordination.
During National Men’s Health Month in June—including Men’s Health Week from June 15-21—experts from across the Sutter Health network encourage men of all ages to take an active role in their health and preventative care.
Not sure where to start? Check out our month-long series on health topics and common health concerns for men 45 years and younger on the MyLifeStages Healthy Living Blog. Follow the series to learn about:
• Ways to safely build muscle mass
• Methods for combating the dreaded “beer belly”
• The importance of having a primary care physician
• Managing stress and boosting energy
• Staying sexually healthy
• Issues with low testosterone levels
As part of a broader commitment to support military personnel, their families and veterans, Sutter Health partnered with the Red Cross Gold Country Region to donate supplies to military members, at home and abroad. This year marks the second time the not-for-profit health system participated in Operation Care Package. Last Friday, Sutter Health employees delivered three moving-truck-loads of donated supplies to the official Operation Care Package donation site, the Roseville Automall.
Six physician organizations in the Sutter Medical Network, including all five medical foundations, received “Elite” status today in the annual CAPG Standards of Excellence Survey™—the highest possible honor awarded by the CAPG professional organization. The survey measures medical group infrastructure against multiple criteria such as patient experience, population health and affordability.
Sutter Medical Network Elite Status winners (5 stars/highest recognition) include the following:
Fry’s Decision Follows Career of Exemplary Achievement
After a 30-plus-year career with Northern California’s not-for-profit Sutter Health network of doctors and hospitals—including the past 10 years as president and chief executive officer—Pat Fry announced today he will retire on Jan. 4, 2016.
The Sutter Health board of directors named Chief Operating Officer Sarah Krevans to succeed Fry. Read More about Sutter Health CEO Pat Fry to Retire in January, 2016