You, Justin Beiber and Kim Kardashian may have a lot in common, if you’ve failed to keep your New Year’s resolutions. Dr. Heo shares her secrets for achieving yours:Read More about Be a Rock Star at Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions!
One in six people in the United States goes hungry. To help those less fortunate, Sutter Health donated $50,000 to three East Bay food banks.Read More about Sutter Health Donation to the East Bay Feeds Many in Need This Holiday Season
Two French journalists from Pernel Media partner with Sutter Delta’s Women’s Health Center to film “Born Around the World.”Read More about Babies Born at Sutter Delta Medical Center to Receive International Attention
Sponsored by Sutter Delta Medical Auxiliary
Date: Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014
Time: 6 p.m. Cocktails 7 p.m. Dinner
Where: Brentwood Community Center 35 Oak Street, Brentwood, CA
Tickets: $40 per person (each person must have a ticket) To purchase tickets, please contact Sutter Delta Auxiliary at 925-756-1160
Sutter Delta’s Nurse Internship Program has received national recognition from OnlineLPNtoRN as one of the nation’s top 99 programs to help transition newly graduated RNs to an acute care hospital setting.
Sutter Delta’s Internship Program offers one-on-one mentoring by an RN leader who specializes in departments such as emergency, labor and delivery, telemetry, or surgery. In addition to gaining acute care experience, the program also includes weekly didactics, clinical conferences, and free access to classes offered by SDMC and intern support. Read More about Sutter Delta’s Nurse Internship Program Looking for 2014 Interns
We would like to thank Olive Romero, the medical center’s lab manager, for her help with spearheading a fun-filled event at Sutter Delta that highlighted Filipino culture. Olive emceed the event and provided guests with a mini history lesson on Filipino culture.
“My team would like to thank our CEO Gary Rapaport for embracing cultural diversity, and allowing this creative and fun function at Sutter Delta,” said Olive Romero. “The event was a great opportunity to learn and gain an understanding about others as cultural diversity is based on the idea that cultural identities should not be discarded or ignored, but rather valued and recognized.” Read More about Filipino-American Employees of Sutter Delta Showcase Their Heritage
The lobby was adorned with candlelit tables draped with winter blue and silver tablecloths, mouth-watering hors d’oeuvres and a decadent hot chocolate bar with classical holiday music humming lightly in the background, creating the perfect ambiance for a beautiful night to honor the Lee Riley Employee of the Year.
The annual award is dedicated in honor of Lee Riley, who was a longtime employee at Sutter Delta who came to work every day with a warm smile and infectious passion to make sure every person encountered felt special.
In Lee’s honor, the Service Excellence Team selects not only the Employee of the Year, but also the Employee of the Month. This past 2013, Service Excellence Team received several nominations from peers who wrote why their co-worker deserved the monthly honor. We would like to congratulate and recognize all of the 2013 Employees of the Month.
In addition, every year the Service Excellence Team selects the Employee of the Year from one of employees of the month. Members of the team say it is a tough decision to make each and every year because all of our employees of the month demonstrate such top-notch character.
Drum roll, please … This year Sutter Delta Medical Center recognizes Vince Raynor, our nuclear medical technician from medical imaging, who was selected as our 2013 Lee Riley Service Excellence Employee of the Year. Congrats Vince what a special recognition from your peers.
We would also like to thank all the medical center’s past Employees of the Year who were in attendance at the event:
And in honor of Lee Riley his nephew, Verge, attended.
We would also like to thank Margaret Toly, our 2012 Employee of the Year, for putting together a great video and passing the baton and honors to Vince.
Watch Jamie Greenwood, health and lifestyle coach, make a healthy holiday recipe in a few simple steps: Thyme-Scented Mushroom Barley Pilaf.
View Jamie’s other recipes on the Alta Bates Summit website: Wellness for Life Cooking Classes
Justin vowed to win a Grammy and Kim resolved to stay single—and they’re just two celebrities whose New Year’s resolutions didn’t work out.
“Every year, about 46 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, but only around 8 percent are successful at achieving them,” says Joline Heo, M.D., a board-certified internist who practices with Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation and is affiliated with Sutter Delta Medical Center. “Some of the biggest barriers to success are time, motivation and lack of commitment.”
You don’t need star-power, money or fame to achieve your goals. Dr. Heo shares her secrets for achieving your New Year’s resolutions in a few simple steps: Read More about Be a Rock Star at Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions!
To help provide nutritious meals for those less fortunate this holiday season, Sutter Health donated $50,000 to three East Bay food banks: Read More about Sutter Health Donation to the East Bay Feeds Many in Need This Holiday Season