Learn why it’s important to get screened before you start a new sport or activitRead More about Take Heart: See Your Doctor Before Beginning an Exercise Program
Cyberbullying is the most common online risk for teens, says Derek Johnson, D.O., Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation family medicine specialist. Learn more about what you can do to keep your child safe.Read More about Helping Your Kids Stay Safe in the Virtual World
Are you struggling with menopause? Risa Kagan, M.D., a gynecologist with Alta Bates Summit Medical Center and Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation shares new information about novel therapies that can help.Read More about Learn More About Managing Menopausal Symptoms
There are 15 physicians planning to provide presentations during the event. They will be divided into three separate panels and will be available for a question and answer session as well.
When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it is downright frightening, and it impacts whole household. This event will help provide answers.
Here are some common questions we hope to help answer:
Here is the panel of physician experts expected to present:
We will also have more information about:
If you would like to learn more, you can email Kitt Kelly, oncology resource nurse, at KellyKi@sutterhealth.org
Water is vital to caring for patients, maintaining proper hygiene and keeping a clean environment. So, how can health care facilities join the common effort to conserve water?
Landscaping, irrigation and outdoor washing have been reduced and all Sutter Health facilities are reviewing water consumption and looking for ways to save.
“I think the public expects to see that rather than lush green lawns during a drought,” says Susan Frank, president of Suma Landscaping Inc., which maintains the grounds at all the Alta Bates Summit campuses.
The goal is to permanently reduce water use while providing patients with high-quality care and personal service.
Water conservation measures across the East Bay region:
Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
Eden Medical Center
Sutter Delta Medical Center
There’s more to fall than back to school. For many it means beginning or resuming a regular exercise routine or even training for a competitive event.
We asked Vipul Gupta, M.D., a cardiologist with Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation how athletes of all ages can safeguard their heart health before hitting the gym, pool, open road or wherever your energy takes you. Read More about Take Heart: See Your Doctor Before Beginning an Exercise Program
Come join us for an interactive discussion about cancer prevention and new treatment available. Sutter Delta’s surgeons, medical oncologists and radiation oncologists will join together to talk with you about the complex nature of cancer, prevention strategies, treatment and recovery.
When: Saturday, October 11
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: Sutter Delta Medical Center, 3901 Lone Tree Way, Antioch, CA.
For more information, please call (925) 779-3608 or send an email to: email@example.com
If you’ve ever wondered whether bariatric surgery is right for you, it’s time to stop wondering and get the facts. Come join us as the Alta Bates Summit bariatric team explains the latest procedures that could help you break free of the past and take control of your future.
Space is limited at this FREE event, and registration is required. Please call (510) 869-8972 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All three Sutter Health hospitals in the East Bay rank in the top 12 among the San Francisco Bay Area’s 46 hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Hospitals” guide. The report ranked Sutter Health’s Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, Eden Medical Center and Sutter Delta Medical Center among California’s 440 hospitals as follows: Read More about U.S. News & World Report recognizes Sutter Delta Medical Center as one of the ‘Best Hospitals’
It is a technology that provides a single platform for clinical and diagnostic viewing throughout the Sutter Health System. EMIM should seamlessly link medical images to our EHR, providing universal access to all Sutter Health images associated with a patient’s medical records.
EMIM is intergraded with EPIC, so employees will no longer have to use the PACS system.
This platform should enhance collaboration for patient care in the region and throughout the Sutter Health system, as patients’ studies will be accessible at all Sutter facilities through this technology. This platform should also reduce costs and radiation exposure to our patients because physicians will not have to order repeated studies.
EMIM technology gives physicians access to patients’ images anytime, anywhere, via an easy to use web-based platform from physician offices and mobile devices. A physician can view images using their own computer or mobile device through a single sign.
If you would like to learn more about EMIM or have any questions, please contact Anna Balsley, medical imaging manager at Balslea@sutterhealth.org or Caryn Mahoney, physician liaison, at Mahonc1@sutterhealth.org