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Memorial Hospital Los Banos Offers Expanded Hours to Community

Posted on Jun 28, 2018 in Expanding Access, Wellness

Memorial Hospital Los Banos Rural Health Clinic will offer expanded hours to the community beginning on July 1.

LOS BANOS, Calif.  Memorial Hospital Los Banos Rural Health Clinic will be expanding its hours beginning on July 1.

The clinic will be open from 8 a.m.-midnight Monday-Saturday at its current location, 1253 West I St., Los Banos, CA 93635.

“Expanding the clinic’s hours will allow us to dedicate resources to walk-in appointments and same day appointments so we can continue to provide outstanding health care to our community,” said Doug Archer, administrator, Memorial Hospital Los Banos. “We are excited about the continued success and growth of the Rural Health Clinic.”

To schedule an appointment, call the clinic at (209) 710-6333. For more information on the clinic, visit the Sutter Health website.

Sacramento River Cats Spread Joy at Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento

Posted on Jun 7, 2018 in Children's Services

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – They talked baseball with teenage boys. They threw baseballs in the playroom with siblings of patients. They even held hands with little girls and walked them down the hall.

Jordan receives an autographed baseball from Dinger, the Sacramento River Cats mascot on Thursday.

The Sacramento River Cats made another memorable visit to Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento on Thursday, visiting patients and families throughout the pediatrics unit as part of the summer caravan series. The River Cats stopped in at Sutter Davis Hospital in May to kick off the caravan, visiting patients, employees and guests and patrons who shopped at the hospital’s Davis Farmers Market.

But Thursday was all about the kids.

“We are so grateful to these guys for coming out – on a game day, no less – and spending time with the children and their families,” said Kelly Curry, child life assistant, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento. “Their visit means so much to everyone – from our youngest patients to the parents and our staff.” Read More

Sutter Neuroscience Memory Clinic to Host Brain Health Seminar

Posted on May 22, 2018 in Neurosciences, Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region, Wellness

DAVIS — The Sutter Neuroscience Memory Clinic team and other Sutter Health care specialists will present information about optimizing brain health.

Human brain illustrated with interconnected small nerves – 3d render

The Promoting Brain Health seminar will include experts in neurology as well as experts on lifestyle topics such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, socialization and cognitive stimulation.       

Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 5:30-8 p.m.

Location: University Retirement Center Event Room, 1515 Shasta Dr., Davis

Learn about programs promoting healthy aging as well as how to manage risk factors for dementia. While certain diseases that affect the brain are more common with advancing age, there are steps you can take now to protect your brain health.

Guest speakers include Dr. Kimberley Rose, neuropsychologist, Gasong Yun, neurology nurse practitioner, Lisa Young, physical therapist, Allison Tallyn, registered dietitian, Denise Dempsey, mindfulness instructor, Renee Garner, speech therapist.

There will also be a Q&A session at the conclusion of the program.

Refreshments will be served. The seminar is free, but registration is required. To RSVP, call 916-733-9511 and leave a voicemail clearly stating your name. Once you leave a voicemail, you are registered.

Learn more about the program and download the flyer

SeaWorld Brings Penguins, Alligators to Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento

Posted on May 9, 2018 in Children's Services, Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — It was a wild day at Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento as penguins walked down the hallways, an alligator sat on the playroom table and hedgehogs, a lemur and possums drew the attention of children, families and employees throughout the morning.

De’Andrae was fascinated with the penguin that SeaWorld brought to visit Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento on Wednesday.

SeaWorld brought its animal ambassadors to the pediatric unit of the hospital on Wednesday while on a stopover to the state capitol.

As part of SeaWorld’s commitment to education and wildlife conservation, the park visited Sacramento with some special animal friends. SeaWorld is dedicated to improving the lives of marine animals and protecting the health of our blue planet. Meeting animals up close provides the connection that makes people care more about wild species and wild places.

“We are thrilled that SeaWorld visited us today,” said Amy Medovoy, child life coordinator, Sutter Children’s Center, Sacramento. “It’s pretty exciting for everyone to have the opportunity to visit with these animals and get so much closer to the than you typically can at the zoo.”

The visit was uplifting for everyone – from toddlers to hospital staff. Read More

Sutter Davis Hospital Farmers Market Returns on Thursdays

Posted on Apr 24, 2018 in Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region, We're Awesome, Wellness

DAVIS,  Calif. — The Sutter Davis Hospital Farmers Market returns on May 3. The market is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays, through Oct. 25.

Toledo Farms is a regular presence at the Sutter Davis Hospital Farmers Market, which opens on May 3.

In its eighth year, the Sutter Davis Hospital Farmers Market brings farm-fresh, local foods and produce to the hospital’s main entrance, 2000 Sutter Place in West Davis. The May 3 market will feature season-opening welcome from Sutter Davis Hospital and Davis Farmers Market officials, a free recipe tasting, and a free tote bag to the first 200 attendees.

Vickie Sargetis, nutrition and food services manager at Sutter Davis Hospital, will give away free samples of and recipes for Roasted Leek and Potato Salad, made with market ingredients.

The following week’s market, on May 10, features special guests from the Sacramento River Cats, including the team mascot, Dinger. Read More