The Sickle Cell Adult Clinic at Community Cancer Institute is the only adult, comprehensive, dedicated sickle cell clinic in the Central Valley.
Hospitals in Action
Hospitals make a huge impact on communities. This week, we honor and celebrate all they do to serve Californians across the state.
Following a life-threatening injury, Tim Scott is determined to make the best of his situation, fueled by the support of his loved ones and the guidance of his physical and occupational therapists at Enloe Medical Center.
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.
Since the pandemic first hit, daily life has changed in ways we never expected. Parents continue to juggle work and distance learning for their children, others have been laid off from their jobs, and many struggle to afford to pay for rent or put food on the table.
Without the help of university students, thousands of Sacramento’s most vulnerable residents might not have gotten COVID-19 vaccines. The University of California, Davis School of Medicine provided the workforce while UC Davis Health provided support.
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.