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    It Was A Walk to Remember 

     It was an overwhelming show of support for NorthBay’s team at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event, held on Saturday, Sept. 13. Not only did NorthBay’s four teams field the largest number of walkers – or about one quarter of 3all participants who signed up to walk that day -- but NorthBay participants raised, by early estimates, about $17,000. That surpasses the goal of $15,000 set by Sandy Perez, NorthBay Adult Day Center’s program manager.  0 read more See the Video! 

    Reunion A Dream Come True

    hosp2Meeting your best friend for lunch is something people do every day. But for Ann Walsh, it was a Dream of a Lifetime.  Whisked away in a luxurious town car from her home on Travis Air Force Base Thursday, Aug. 21, Ann and her “soul friend,” Mary Brook Boffa, were treated like royalty at Hurley’s Restaurant in Yountville, where they dined on tender bison, succulent vegetables and enjoyed delicacies such as mussels.  


    NorthBay Medical Center is the first hospital in Solano County to earn the prestigious designation as a Baby-Friendly Hospital. 0 read more 

    Café Remodel Is Right on Schedule


    The NorthBay Medical Center Café project is right on schedule, reports Dave Mathews, senior director of plant operations and general services, and should open sometime in September. 

    New MRI Drops on NorthBay Medical Center Campus 


     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.  

    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.