Sonora Regional Medical Center has a new name — Adventist Health Sonora. According to a Adventist Health press release, the new brand affects the entire Adventist Health system, “including an expanded mission statement with core values that support our vision of transforming the health experience, outcomes and status of our communities. Today, we are excited to announce a key milestone on our branding journey; the naming across our system will be updated to truly reflect our coming together under one brand.” (The Union Democrat)
Project HOPE, Sonora Regional Medical Center’s free mobile medical clinic, is celebrating 20 years of service to the underinsured and underserved in Tuolumne and surrounding counties. (MyMotherLode.com)
Adventist Health, Sonora Regional Medical Center has broken ground on its new $36 million outpatient pavilion and cancer center. The 64,000-square-foot building is being designed by SmithGroupJJR, one of the nation’s largest healthcare architecture, engineering and planning firms.
Sonora Regional Medical Center plans to launch a new center for spinal health this month.
“Back pain is one of the most commonly diagnosed health issues, contributing to a significant decrease in quality of life and affecting people’s ability to work, sleep, and enjoy their favorite activities,” a hospital press release said.
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