It's just past 5 p.m. on a Friday night and, as usual, the phone in Kyle Fowler's NorthBay Medical Center office is getting a robust workout. "There are a million things in my head right now," he says, before taking his 12th call in roughly 10 minutes.
You can set your clock by George Mary. The retired U.S. Air Force colonel and dentist keeps a rigid schedule that includes arriving at the NorthBay Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation department three days a week…
When Susan Anderson-Seibert, R.N., of Vacaville, needed a hip replacement earlier this year, there was no question about where she would turn for surgery—the Joint Replacement Program at NorthBay VacaValley Hospital.
Hospice nurses care for patients at the end of their lives. Their goal is to help people live as comfortably and independently as possible and with the least amount of pain, in their final days.
You might think you have an idea of what life in an emergency room is like from watching the smash-hit TV drama that made George Clooney famous. But step into the shoes of an Emergency Department (ED) nurse and you'd get a much more complete and compelling picture.
If nursing runs in one's blood, it's easy to see why it spreads like wildfire through so many families. Meet a few of NorthBay Healthcare's multi-generational co-workers