Expanding Access

Sutter Health Opens Latest Walk-In Care Clinic in Oakland

Posted on Apr 17, 2018 in Expanding Access, Quality, We're Awesome

New innovative center in Oakland offers same-day, convenient care
for non-urgent issues

Oakland, Calif. – Sutter Health opened the newest Walk-In Care clinic in Oakland, a service of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, today at 5095 Telegraph Ave., Suite B.

Sutter’s Walk-In Care clinics offer a quick, convenient care option for everyday illnesses and health needs in a stand-alone storefront that is easily accessible. The Oakland clinic is Sutter Health’s seventh Bay Area location. Other clinics are located in Dublin, Petaluma, San Francisco, San Ramon, Walnut Creek and San Jose.

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Rural Docs and City Specialists Pool Knowledge to Benefit Lake County Patients

Posted on Mar 30, 2018 in Expanding Access

Regular case conferences, education and networking through telemedicine give local Obstetricians the confidence to care for women who have high risk pregnancies and babies born early or ill.

LAKEPORT, Calif., On March 21st Dr. Scott Witt spent time getting ready for an important date. Dr. Witt, who normally works at Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, packed up his car, as he does every six months, and drove to Lakeport to spend two hours with Obstetricians and nurses who care for patients at the Sutter Lakeside Hospital Family Birth Center.

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Memorial Medical Center Opens New Biplane Surgical Suite

Posted on Mar 29, 2018 in Expanding Access, Neurosciences, Organizational News

MODESTO, Calif. – Memorial Medical Center (MMC), part of Sutter Health, recently opened their new biplane neurological suite, allowing neurosurgeons to use advanced equipment and techniques to benefit local Sutter Health patients.

The biplane suite, which includes the use of two rotating cameras to create detailed 3D views of the blood vessels in and leading to the brain, is designed to help neurosurgeons better treat patients with stroke-causing blood clots. The physicians are able to quickly receive more detailed information, helping  lead to a faster recovery for the patient.

“The technology offers a minimally invasive method to locate the clots in the brain and to use imaging to help guide surgeons as they remove the clots,” said Sergio Camarillo, director of patient care services at MMC. Read More

Palo Alto Medical Foundation Opens Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic in Dublin

Posted on Feb 13, 2018 in Expanding Access, Quality, We're Awesome, Wellness

New Pediatric Clinic Offers Same-Day Appointments and Extended Hours

New Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic in Dublin.

Dublin, Calif. –  Sutter Health’s Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) announces the opening of a Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic in Dublin, offering convenient care from pediatricians and medical professionals.

The Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic, located on the first floor of 4050 Dublin Blvd., offers same-day medical attention for minor to moderate illnesses after hours and on all holidays. The clinic is open from 1 to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays.

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Memorial Medical Center, Golden Valley Health Centers Partner to Implement ED Navigator Program

Posted on Jan 29, 2018 in Community Benefit, Expanding Access

Latest in a series of efforts to help patients receive “Whole Health Services”

ED Navigators Rita Mejia and April Gomez at Memorial’s emergency department.

Modesto, Calif. – Memorial Medical Center, part of Sutter Health, has implemented an Emergency Department Navigator Program to help with efforts to ensure area patients are receiving health care in the right place at the right time.

The program is in place via a unique partnership with Golden Valley Health Centers (GVHC) — a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with clinics throughout the Central Valley. Read More

Pat Brady Retires After Transforming Sutter Roseville Into Regional Medical Campus

Posted on Jan 2, 2018 in Expanding Access, Quality, Transformation

New CEO Jennifer Maher to Continue Hospital’s Commitment as Placer County’s Premier Medical Center

 

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – After 17 years of transforming Sutter Roseville Medical Center from a community hospital into a regional, tertiary medical campus, Pat Brady is retiring from Sutter Health. Jennifer Maher, former CEO of Sutter Davis Hospital, is the new CEO of Sutter Roseville. Brady’s last day is Jan. 2, 2018.

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