Treating Your Family
Like Family

NorthBay Brings Advanced Medicine Close to Home

At NorthBay Healthcare, we treat your family like family. This philosophy rings especially true for a small, community-based hospital system in which our patients are often our neighbors, friends and colleagues. It speaks of the pride we take in providing the best care possible to nurse you back to health, or to keep you and your family healthy in all phases of your life.

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The Face of ADHD

Michael Ginsberg, M.D., knows what it’s like for the children who enter his office with the diagnosis of ADHD—Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. That’s because 27 years ago, he was that child. His third-grade teacher had given up on him. He was labeled a trouble-maker, incorrigible and difficult. The principal said he was no longer welcome…
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Healing Touch

OMM Can Bring Relief If you called Angela Lim, D.O., a master manipulator, she’d take that as a compliment. That’s because manipulation—as in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine or OMM—is a key part of her job, as an osteopathic physician. It’s a hands-on approach to pain, which takes a patient’s musculoskeletal, circulatory, lymphatic and nervous systems all…
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Five Important Numbers You Should Know

Are you an active participant when it comes to caring for your health? Knowing your numbers is one way to monitor your health and get yourself headed down the road to a healthier and happier life. 1. Keep Track of Your Weight More than 65 percent of adults in the United States are considered overweight…
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NorthBay Blue Runs for Good

A river of more than 300 runners and walkers wearing NorthBay Healthcare blue T-shirts amassed April 9 to participate in the third annual Run for Good 5K in downtown Fairfield. NorthBay Healthcare was once again a presenting sponsor of the event, which raised $35,000 for the Matt Garcia Youth Center and the Fairfield Police Activities…
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Mom, Son Ride to Fight Diabetes

Colin Kent was just 7 years old when his second-grade teacher noticed he was going to the bathroom much too often. His parents noticed he was drinking water all the time. And after a vacation with his grandmother, he actually lost weight. His mother, Michelle Corbett-Kent, a nurse and clinical informatics specialist at NorthBay Medical…
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