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Sutter Amador Hospital Foundation to Host Annual Theme Ball

Posted by on Oct 9, 2017 | 0 comments

The Sutter Amador Hospital Foundation invites you to attend their annual theme ball, Once Upon a Time – A Literary Affair on Oct. 21 at the Jackson Rancheria Hotel Grand Ballroom.

The evening will include a cocktail reception, a silent and live auction, dinner and entertainment. Participants are encouraged to embrace the literary theme with prizes awarded to the best table decoration and best costume.

“We look forward to what will be a very engaging and fun evening,” said Jody Boetzer, senior development officer at Sutter Amador Hospital. “We thank the community for generously supporting the hospital and this event.” Read More

Sutter Amador Hospital to Host Free Community Flu Clinics

Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 | 0 comments

Jackson – Sutter Amador Hospital understands the importance of protecting our patients and members of the community from the flu and will host two free community flu clinics at the hospital.

“Getting a flu shot each year is an easy way to potentially avoid getting the flu and spreading it to your family,” said Anne Platt, CEO of Sutter Amador Hospital. “We are happy to partner to provide two free flu clinics this fall and encourage everyone to attend to help protect the most vulnerable in our community.”

Cases of influenza can show up as early as November, with the flu season lasting through April. Sutter Amador Hospital recommends that everyone in the community, who can get vaccinated, should get vaccinated. Read More

Sutter Amador Hospital provides five tips for new parents

Posted by on Sep 28, 2017 | 0 comments

Jackson – Ask any new parent, and they will describe the happiness and excitement of bringing a new baby home from the hospital. While joyful, new babies can be an adjustment for all. Hillary O’Neill, R.N., a pediatric nurse at Sutter Amador Hospital and mother of two, provides advice to help expecting parents master the first few weeks at home.

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Sutter Coast Hospital Seeks Participants for Patient Advisory Council

Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 | 0 comments

Crescent City – At Sutter Coast Hospital, we are committed to providing a consistent, high quality patient experience and is forming a council to involve the community and receive feedback about the experiences of our patients and their families at the hospital.

“We are working to make the voice of the patient and family evident in everything we do,” said Rose Corcoran, chief nurse executive at Sutter Coast Hospital. “We value feedback so we are excited to create a Patient Family Advisor Council to improve and promote patient-centered care.”

Advisors with the Patient Family Advisory Council will collaborate with leadership, care and clinical teams at Sutter Coast Hospital to help in the planning and decision-making process for future patients. They will share their experiences and perspectives during  planning and decision making sessions, providing the hospital with an insider’s view about the patient experience and ensuring that hospital staff continuously improve the care they provide for patients and families. Read More

Sutter Health donates $25,000 for Chetco Bar Fire Relief

Posted by on Sep 7, 2017 | 0 comments

BROOKINGS, Ore. – Sutter Health today announced a $25,000 donation to the Southwest Oregon Chapter of the American Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts for those impacted by the Chetco Bar Fire near Brookings.

Rose Corcoran, chief nurse executive at Sutter Coast Hospital and Tarik Rawlings from the Red Cross.

“We are concerned for those in our community and part of being a great neighbor is looking beyond the walls of our care centers, out into the community, and supporting our neighbors in times of need,” said Mitch Hanna, CEO of Sutter Coast Hospital. “We hope this donation will help bring security, shelter, comfort and relief to those in need.”

The $25,000 donation bolsters the American Red Cross’ ongoing efforts to provide food, shelter and other desperately needed supplies to those affected by the Chetco Bar Fire. Read More