Posts made in March, 2017

Sutter Medical Center Deploys Germ-Zapping Robot to Enhance Patient Safety

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017 | 0 comments

SACRAMENTO – Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento is the first hospital in the Sacramento area to enhance patient safety by deploying a Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot™ to battle the germs and bacteria that put patients at risk.

Patricia Mullins, Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento EVS UV Tech, demonstrates how the new Xenex robot named Xhaiden I works in disinfecting rooms.

The comprehensive medical center in midtown Sacramento already posts an infection rate that is lower than the state and national averages, but officials acquired the robot in their quest to wipe out hospital-acquired infections altogether. The Xenex robot has been proven through scientific studies to destroy hard-to-kill superbugs – such as multi-drug resistant organisms like C. diff and MRSA – in hard-to-clean places.

Sutter Medical Center’s robot – Xhaiden I, which means “Beam of Cleansing Light” – was named by staff and is operated by the hospital’s Environmental Services team. Use of the Xenex robot enhances the hospital’s already thorough processes for cleaning rooms and killing the pathogens that cause infections. Read More

Sutter Solano Medical Center Names New CEO

Posted by on Mar 10, 2017 | 0 comments

Abhishek Dosi

VALLEJO, Calif. – Abhishek Dosi has been named chief executive officer at Sutter Solano Medical Center, effective April 3, 2017.

Dosi served in various capacities for the past decade at Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center’s Pacific campus in San Francisco. Since 2015, Dosi served as California Pacific Medical Center’s Vice President, Specialty Services and Site Administrator. He oversaw the hospital’s successful organ transplantation services, gastroenterology services, imaging services, cardiovascular services, diabetes services, respiratory therapy, and food and nutrition services.

Dosi’s health care career began at California Pacific Medical Center in 2007 as an administrative fellow and he quickly worked his way up at the hospital, learning the ins and outs of every aspect of hospital operations. Over the course of his CPMC career, he led all tertiary specialty services, support services, real estate and construction functions and outpatient programs, including ophthalmology, dialysis and electrophysiology. Read More

Warmly Welcoming Newborns With New Warmers At Sutter Amador Hospital

Posted by on Mar 2, 2017 | 0 comments


Sutter Amador Hospital started using new Panda Warmers and wireless monitoring systems in the Family Birth Center thanks to generous community support and the proceeds from the Sutter Amador Foundation’s annual theme ball last fall.

“It was wonderful to see how this new technology impacts our patients in the Family Birth Center,” said Jody Boetzer, Sutter Amador Hospital senior development officer. “We are very grateful for the support of the community and the foundation to purchase and use this new equipment.”

The Panda Warmers provide thermoregulation in a quiet and stress free environment for new moms by eliminating nuisance alarms and providing easily controlled light levels. The state-of-the-art warmer technology bathes the newborn in soothing warmth while keeping moms and caregivers cool and comfortable. They also feature a scale, heart rate and SpO2 monitors.

“Nurses have been trained on the new equipment and new moms are excited to use the new monitors,” said Laura Cooper, RNC, manager of the Family Birth Center. “These warmers offer the best technology for both moms and newborns and help us achieve our mission of patient-friendly care.” Read More