Marin General Hospital has received the Emergency Nurses Association’s 2018 Lantern Award. The local hospital was one of 19 hospitals nationwide recognized for demonstrating exceptional and innovative performance in leadership, practice, education, advocacy and research. (San Rafael Patch)
More North Bay patients can skip doctor’s office visits to get medical care.
Local health care giants Sutter Health, Kaiser Permanente and St. Joseph Health have launched online services allowing patients to consult with medical providers by cellphones and other mobile devices.
The move is part of a larger health care industry shift aimed at connecting patients with health care professionals faster and more efficiently, even if it’s on a 5-inch screen. (The Press Democrat)
The inaugural class of Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa’s Family Medicine Residency program is underway, launching this month with six medical students who will rotate through the program and graduate in 2021. (North Bay Business Journal)
With the dangerous outcomes of untreated mental health conditions dominating the national conversation, area health care providers are stepping up efforts to treat and prevent mental illness. (NorthBay Business Journal)
The Solano Coalition for Better Health, the Vacaville Neighborhood Boys & Girls Club and Dixon Family Services were just some of the Solano County nonprofit organizations that recently received grant funding from Kaiser Permanente.
Kaiser is awarding a total of $956,459 in grants to 38 nonprofit organizations that improve the health of under-served communities in Solano and Napa counties. (The Reporter News)
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