Diabetes care teams across Sutter Health are using person-first language to help remove stigma and refocus attention on the patient, not the disease.
Sutter Health, which co-led the study of the first all-in-one COVID-19 molecular test, is gearing up to offer the test to qualified patients in the next two months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted Emergency Use Authorization.
New mobile mammography van to provide convenient access to screening mammography services for underserved women and help improve early detection of breast cancer.
Most of the world plays soccer during the winter months, when flu and seasonal colds are circulating. To stay healthy on and off the field, professional soccer player Shea Salinas gets an annual flu shot and hopes you will too.
Not all heroes where capes...but could it be said that they all wear masks?
COVID-19 is bringing new relevance to Sutter’s longstanding electronic intensive care units (eICUs) and to telemedicine.
Video visits have proved crucial to Sutter’s ability to keep caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as a heat wave causes power outages and wildfires prompt evacuations throughout Northern California, we remind patients how and when they should use telehealth to stay well.