For the second year in a row, the public is invited to join NorthBay Healthcare employees as they fill the organization's trauma ambulance with school supplies for Fairview and Padan elementary schools.
Padan and Fairview are the two schools NorthBay adopts... More»
A light breeze kept temperatures comfortable as more than 100 golfers and tennis players turned out for the NorthBay Guild’s 32nd Annual Golf & Tennis Classic on Monday, July 13.
The event had a Hawaiian theme, in honor of longtime Guild... More»
Thirty-one teens from 11 Solano County high schools participated in last week’s Nurse Camp.
When the intense four-day camp was over, organizers heard a familiar refrain: teens wanted more, more, more! More trauma, more hands on activities, and more time for... More»
NorthBay Medical Center in Fairfield is only the fifth hospital in the country to earn accreditation as a Chest Pain Center with PCI (Percutaneous Coronary Intervention) under new standards issued by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.
"That means if you... More»
The Fourth of July weekend is a time of celebration and outdoor activities, but you never know when an accident or illness will dampen your fun.
“Care ’til 8,” is a service offered by the NorthBay Center for Primary Care in... More»
Firefighters were offered a rare opportunity to perform vital training exercises yesterday in the two vacant homes on Victoria Court behind NorthBay Medical Center. The homes are set to be demolished tomorrow, to make way for modernization plans on the... More»
Longtime NorthBay Healthcare Board of Directors chairman and member G. Ben Huber is the 2015 Citizen of the Year in Fairfield.
At its annual installation of officers event and awards ceremony on June 19, the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce announced the... More»
Every day is busy at the NorthBay Adult Day Center, but it was especially so recently, when 10 guests from Genentech visited as part of their "Genentech Gives Back Week."
This is when Genentech encourages employees to take time away from... More»
It was a scoreless game at the end of the third inning when something unexpected happened at last Saturday's Sacramento River Cats game.
An announcer had strolled out onto the field, with two women at his side: Amelita Topasna and Daniella Counts.... More»
Celebration Honors Our Patients' Journeys
Hearing you have the "C" word can change your life in myriad ways, but there is one common denominator to a cancer diagnosis, according to Jonathan Lopez, M.D., NorthBay Cancer Center hematologist/oncologist.
"You are also an instant... More»