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Pink was the color of the day at NorthBay Healthcare on both Thursday and Friday, as hundreds flocked to the hospital campuses to take photos and sign a pink fire truck, in honor of women battling illness.
NorthBay Healthcare staff, family and friends rallied to donate more than 100 units of blood Tuesday in honor of a Dixon mother who almost died after giving birth, but was saved thanks to quick work by NorthBay’s labor and delivery team, with a special assist from the trauma team.
Surgeon Plays Key Role With Trauma and More. The arrival of neurological surgeon Jeffrey Dembner, M.D., means the NorthBay Center for Neuroscience is ready for business.
Vacaville resident Christine Franklin may have lost her battle to breast cancer in 2011, but her feisty spirit lives on – in the form of a pink fire truck that is being dedicated in her honor.The truck – which belongs to the Solano County Chapter of the Guardians of the Ribbon/Pink Heals will officially unveil the truck – “Christine” – at a special dedication ceremony at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 23, at NorthBay VacaValley Hospital campus.
It was another sell-out success for the 26th Annual Solano Wine & Food Jubilee, as more than 2,000 ticket-holders turned out to sample an array of foods, wines and brews under the big tent at the Nut Tree.
In addition to the wine and food tasting, the benefit for NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement also featured a raffle, where the grand prize -- a brand new car -- was won by Vacaville resident Amelia Carson.
Raffle, silent auction and ticket sales numbers are still being tallied, but all signs indicate it will be a record-breaking year, according to Brett Johnson, president of NorthBay Healthcare Foundation.
Anyone living with a chronic disease is invited to participate in “Healthier Living,” a self-management program offered by NorthBay Healthcare, Solano Public Health and the Area Agency on Aging that kicked off April 16.
More than 2,000 runners – among them a NorthBay Healthcare team of 300-plus – gathered in downtown Fairfield Saturday, April 13, to “Run for Good,” raising money for the Matt Garcia Youth Center.
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