When golfer David Woo first felt the pain in his hip, he figured he had just overexerted himself.
Hospitals in Action
Doctors at the Monterey Peninsula emergency department made a rare diagnosis that led to lifesaving care at UCSF Health.
A pediatric nurse expresses gratitude after his co-workers save his daughter’s life.
Tahoe Forest Health System’s donation of an automated external defibrillator to Nevada County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue will be a great tool to help the all-volunteer organization assist patients who are in cardiac arrest.
A fun weekend at the river turned into a fight for survival after a rattlesnake strike.
Less than a year ago, 13-year-old Gabby feared having to leave her cheerleading passion behind. She had a sideways curvature of the spine, known as scoliosis, that was getting worse by the day.
Linda Bush and Phyllis Scroggins, two medical transcriptionists in Community Health System’s Health Information Management department, represent just a small fraction of an essential service in the health care field.
Kaiser Permanente’s Santa Rosa medical office building has become the first in the U.S. to achieve net-zero status.
To ease the burden of expensive housing on its workers and ensure access to care for its patients, Mad River Community Hospital owns three homes and leases a handful of apartments for its staff.
The Sickle Cell Adult Clinic at Community Cancer Institute is the only adult, comprehensive, dedicated sickle cell clinic in the Central Valley.