Ella Mae Ferneil’s background is filled with many “firsts” — first African American registered nurse, public health nurse, visiting nurse, and school nurse in the state of California. Children’s Hospital Oakland is proud to honor this remarkable and determined woman.
When hip pain became so severe that Joe Cyrek could barely move, he turned to Washington Hospital’s Institute for Joint Restoration and Research for hip replacement surgery.
A team of caregivers at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health’s Children’s Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center helped Scott Garman overcome injuries and achieve his dream of becoming a Division 1 diver.
An experimental therapy enzyme replacement therapy at UCSF is offering hope for young patients like Ayla who suffer from lysosomal storage diseases.
What initially seemed like normal flu symptoms for Gabby Manoz quickly turned into something much more serious.
From her grief after her daughter was born with a genetic abnormality, Ashley Agnitch found a way to help hospitals comfort other families in the same situation.
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.
Madera Community Hospital stepped in to build a medical clinic in the Central Valley town of Mendota, bringing health care to a small rural community that previously had none.
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