With nearly 55 percent of Californians diabetic or pre-diabetic, Sutter Amador Hospital understands the importance of educating and screening the community for diabetes.
On April 26, the hospital will host a free Diabetes Information Fair for the community that will provide a variety of services including free blood glucose and lipid screenings, education materials, prevention tools, demonstrations, giveaways and more.
“The Diabetes Information Fair is a wonderful way for members of the community to speak to certified diabetes experts and sources regarding diabetes and diabetes prevention,” said Kim Vagt, SAH director of Ancillary Services. “With so many people in our community impacted by diabetes, it’s important that they can get the latest information on diabetes care and it’s an event that we are happy to host for 19 years.”
The free event will take place at the hospital.
- Wednesday, April 26
- 9 a.m. – noon
- 200 Mission Blvd., Jackson
For more information: please call 877-899-8766
SOUTH PLACER COUNTY – Sutter Roseville Medical Center is holding a job fair for registered nurses, therapists and technologists who have acute-care or hospital experience.
Experienced registered nurses and Allied Health professionals are invited to attend the job fair from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday, April 28, at Sutter Roseville Medical Center to discuss the employment opportunities. The job fair will be held in SRMC Conference Room 16, near the hospital’s cafeteria.
Interested professionals can apply for the positions of interest below to register for the event and then join Sutter Health representatives onsite with their resume in hand. Read More about Sutter Roseville to Hold Job Fair for R.N.s, Other Medical Professionals
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Roseville pediatrician Eswari Prakasam, M.D., was ready to check in the ears of 2-year-old Eva Sandoval, one of the formerly conjoined twins from Antelope.
“What’s in your ears?” she asked Eva. Her mother, Aida Sandoval, added, “Is it Goofy?”
“Nooooo,” Eva said with a huge smile.
It was Eva and twin Erika’s first visit to the Sandoval family’s longtime pediatrician since the two were surgically separated in December. And after the hour-long check-up, Dr. Prakasam gave the twins two big thumbs-up.
“They’re doing great,” Dr. Prakasam said. “They’re healing well and there’s absolutely no concerns of their mental capabilities. In fact, I’d say they’re a little advanced. They know and say stuff that’s more like a 3-year-old than a 2-year-old.” Read More about Formerly Conjoined Twins Wow Family’s Longtime Sutter Pediatrician