Drug hailed by many as a milestone in gender biased pharmaceuticals addressing sexual drive and libido.Read More about SEBMF Physician is a Leading Researcher for Libido-Enhancing Drug for Women
I may be a candidate for an endoscopic ultrasound. What are the benefits of this procedure?Read More about Ask An Expert About Endoscopic Ultrasound
Q: I’ve heard urinary tract infections (UTIs) are getting harder to treat. Why is this and who’s at risk of developing one?
Jonathan Lynne, M.D., MPH, answered:
UTIs are one of the most common infections doctors treat: More than half of women living in the United States will get a UTI. Urinary tract infections are caused by microorganisms—usually bacteria—that enter the urethra and bladder, causing inflammation and infection. UTIs are more common in women because women have a shorter urethra than men do. That means bacteria travel a shorter dAistance to a woman’s bladder. Read More about Ask the Expert: Are You at Risk for a Urinary Tract Infection?
Sutter Urgent Care Antioch is celebrating four years of serving the East Contra Costa community and is dedicated to providing high quality, accessible and affordable care for patients in the East Bay. The facility treated about 100 patients a month when they first opened and now care for more than 700 patients a month.
“I’m very proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish in a short amount of time,” says Urgent Care Medical Director Jeffrey Leinen, M.D., FACEP. “We’ve been able to increase the scope of care by offering imaging and lab services. Providing episodic care is one of the cornerstones of how patients now receive health care.” Read More about Sutter Urgent Care Antioch Celebrates 4th Anniversary
Karen Montero, the Interim Urgent Care Coordinator with Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation, recently spent a week volunteering at Camp Okizu, a free summer camp for children and families that have been affected by childhood cancer. Karen has been a cabin counselor two years running and she loves being able to supervise children while they participate in fun activities they normally wouldn’t be able to do.
“It makes me happy being with other people wanting to make a difference by impacting these children’s lives in a positive way,” she says. “Each year that I leave Camp Okizu, I’m left with more little footprints in my heart. That’s what keeps me coming back!” Read More about A Very Special Summer Camp Experience
Each year, thousands of homeless and at-risk children in our local communities return to school without the basic supplies they need. Preparing these children for school with a new backpack filled with school supplies boosts their self-esteem and gives them the tools and confidence needed to learn and thrive in school.
The SEBMF Orinda Care Center is collecting backpacks and school supplies for Volunteers of America’s Operation Backpack. Please drop off your backpacks and supplies by Friday, July 17. Our goal is to donate 50 backpacks! Here’s the Backpack Supply List. Click here to visit the Operation Backpack website.
Or you can drop off backpacks directly at the following two official drop off locations between July 13-24.
Volunteers of America Bay Area Office
972 Thirteenth St. #100, Oakland CA 94612
PH: 510-663-4546 x108
Volunteers of America Foster A Dream
628 Escobar St., Martinez CA 94553.
Our not-for-profit Sutter Health network invites you to explore our online 2014 annual report. Through videos and other interactive features, see how our doctors, hospitals and medical teams partner to provide top-rated, personalized care in diverse communities across Northern California. This year our annual report focuses on our:
• Year in review
• Community support
• Generous donors
• Sutter Health family
“At Sutter Health, we understand that in a rapidly changing world we must reimagine how we operate if we want to continue delivering the kind of quality care our patients expect and deserve,” said Sutter Health President and CEO Pat Fry. “In 2014, we implemented advanced technologies, pursued groundbreaking research, streamlined work processes and launched more convenient ways to access care.”
What is more cooling than sweet, cold watermelon? This salad is commonly eaten in the Mediterranean and parts of the Middle East, where the summers are sweltering. It is a revelation to those who have never tasted it. At first, the combination seems unlikely – salty feta with sweet watermelon? But one taste, and you’ll be convinced. This salad is an example of the balance of contrasting flavors. Read More about Watermelon, Feta and Mint Salad Recipe
Together, we can prevent – and knock out – diabetes!
Join us for this free event:
For additional information, call 510-869-8223.
|Date||June 27, 2015|
|Time||1:00 PM to 4:00 PM|
|Venue||The Kennel Boxing Gym|
|Address||3051 Teagarden St.
San Leandro, CA 94577
Register online by June 22.