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     NorthBay Offers Journey to Health in April

    jyh15Registration has opened for another session of NorthBay Healthcare’s popular seven-week “Journey to Health.” The course will kick off April 24 at the VacaValley Health Plaza, Suite 290 in Vacaville. The class will run from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday nights, through June 5. 0 read more 

    NorthBay Offers Seminar on Diabetic Foot Care

    The NorthBay Advanced Medicine Lecture Series presents “Don’t Let Diabetes Knock You Off Your Feet” from 6 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 17, at the NorthBay Healthcare Administration Center, 4500 Business Center Drive in Fairfield. The event begins at 5:30 p.m., with refreshments.0 read more 

    Pharmacist to Speak at  Cardiac Education Class April 22

    “Drugs, Drugs and More Drugs” is the topic of the upcoming NorthBay Cardiac Education class, planned for Tuesday, April 22, at 4 p.m. The 90-minute session is free, but seating is limited. Call 646-5072 to register and for directions on where to park for easy access to the annex.0 read more 


     Girl Scouts offered a $250 to support “Cuddle-Me-Close”

    Members of Members of Girl Scout Troop No. 20113 offered a $250 check — the proceeds from their cookie sales — to support a 4-H project that creates “Cuddle-Me-Close” blankets for new moms in the NorthBay Medical Center Mother-Baby Unit.  0 read more 




    Matters of the Heart

    More than 170 doctors, clinicians and primary care providers from around the state came to NorthBay Healthcare’s Green Valley Administration Center for a half-day seminar on cardiac care on Friday, April 4. The event, organized and designed by NorthBay cardiologist Milind Dhond, M.D., featured renowned experts in the field, such as Dr. Ezra Amsterdam a distinguished professor of U.C. Davis and Stanford University Medical Center Clinical Assistant Professor Venita Chandra, M.D. Topics covered everything from the basics of electrocardiograms to the current therapies for congestive heart failure. The seminar was sponsored by UC Davis Health System, in cooperation with NorthBay Heart & Vascular Center.


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    Prom dreams came true for a couple dozen girls from high schools all across Northern Solano County Sunday afternoon at Secondhand Rose Thriftique.



    We’ve Got ‘InQuicker at VacaValley’iq1

    A soft opening began this week for a new program designed to get folks with low-level emergency care needs in and out of the Emergency Department at NorthBay VacaValley Hospital as quickly as possible.
    Called “InQuicker at VacaValley,” the program allows patients to register online and wait at home until just before their appointment time.