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    Work Has Begun on New NorthBay Café

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    The NorthBay Medical Center Café closed on Monday to undergo a three-week remodel. This week, all of the appliances, casework and lighting are being removed, gutting the space for the new design.

     

     

     


    New MRI Drops on NorthBay Medical Center Campus


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     A $1.5 million, state-of-the-art, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was delivered to the NorthBay Medical Center campus on Wednesday (Aug. 13) to be housed in a $1.2 million modular building. Both were lowered out of the sky by a huge crane.  


     Adopted Classrooms Receive Backpacks

    BackpackNorthBay Healthcare’s Becky Mock, R.N., and Ashley Barrios, trauma program outreach coordinator, joined Padan Elementary School Principal Luci Del Rios to hand out backpacks filled with school supplies Wednesday morning.  

     

     


     

    Women’s Center Welcomes Two OB/GYNs  

    newdocs Two obstetrician/gynecologists have joined the Center for Women’s Health, a NorthBay Affiliate.

     

     

     


    Stroke Program Earns Advanced Certification!
    Stroke Program Earns Advanced Certification! 

    NorthBay Healthcare’s hospitals in Fairfield and Vacaville have been certified by The Joint Commission as Advanced Primary Stroke Centers, in conjunction with The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. “This achievement reflects NorthBay’s dedication toward fostering better outcomes for our patients,” said Rhonda Martin, assistant vice president of nursing operations for NorthBay Healthcare.  


    R2D2 is Almost Here

    r2d2-aThere are just 45 days until the third Annual Ride to Defeat Diabetes (R2D2) takes off from the NorthBay VacaValley Hospital campus.  The ride is a fundraising event for NorthBay Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology, and an opportunity to raise awareness of Solano County’s diabetes crisis. The 10-mile ride is free for children ages 12 and under, and $10 for all others. The 25-mile ride is $25 and the registration fee for the 60-mile ride is $35. T-shirts will be provided for registered riders.  For more information or to register online visit NorthBay website at www.northbay.org/r2d2  


    NorthBay to Host Suicide Prevention Workshop

    Physicians, social workers and mental health professionals from throughout Solano and surrounding counties will gather at NorthBay’s Green Valley Administration Center on Sept. 12 for a day-long workshop to help them spot suicide risks among their patients and clients. 0 read more

     


    Join NorthBay in our Walk to End Alzheimer’s 

      NorthBay Healthcare invites anyone interested in supporting local Alzheimer’s programs to join its Walk to End Alzheimer’s team in a Suisun City fundraising event Sept. 13. 0 read more 


    Renowned Surgeon Takes Role at NorthBay


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    Ramin E. Beygui, M.D., a cardiovascular surgeon widely recognized for his work and leadership at UCLA Medical Center and Stanford University Medical Center, has accepted the position of medical director of Cardiovascular Services at NorthBay Medical Center.  


    Joint Program Certified With Flying Colors

    Notification came last week declaring the NorthBay Joint Replacement Program as Certified by The Joint Commission.“It’s official,” said Mary Dickey, director of Accreditation and Licensure. “NorthBay Healthcare has its first Joint Commission Certified Disease Specific Program.” 0 read more