Happy #Thanksgiving from all of us at Stanford Health Care!
At Stanford Health Care, we regularly celebrate our patients and employees. Carmela Gries, a #HeartTransplant recipient, recently received an award from Stanford Health Care CEO David Entwistle at our 58th annual Employee Awards ceremony. Carmela, her husband Eric, and their son Adam run @zoom_caffe coffee truck in front of our main hospital. Thank you Carmela for all you do!
Thank you! #VeteransDay
Stanford Health Care was proud to be a part of the #MakingStridesAgainstBreastCancer walk in San Jose on Oct. 27. Our nurse coordinators were able to connect with each and every walker that visited our booth, providing them insight and education on preventative measures related to #BreastCancer @americancancersociety.
“I’m very happy to come to work every day. Where else can you work where you can say that we’re in the business of saving lives?” - Learn more about why catering and food services worker Chris Atkinson is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare.
“I can remember the day I got hired, I was happy. It made me feel very important and it made me feel a part of a great team to work for.” - Learn more about why environmental services worker Gretchen Eadson is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare.
“At Stanford, the doctors are fantastic, the communication is very good and the feedback is really consistent.” After a bike accident caused a #TraumaticBrainInjury, Brett required surgery to remove part of his skull. Learn more about his recovery at StanfordHealthNow.org.
“When I walk away at the end of the day I like to say that I gave this hospital the very best I could give them. I gave my customers the very best of me.” - Learn more about why dietary food service worker Curtis Dance is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare.
“At Stanford we not only provide cutting edge treatments to the patients we’re seeing, we’re also developing treatments for the future.” - Learn more about Dr. Sonn’s work with high intensity focused ultrasound or HIFU and a clinical trial at Stanford that is currently helping patients with #prostatecancer at StanfordHealthNow.org.
Please join us for an informative day with Stanford Medicine doctors to learn the latest updates on #multiplesclerosis. Both patients and caretakers are encouraged to attend. More information can be found by visiting StanfordHealthCare.org/events.
“I’m just lucky enough to be on the forefront of cutting-edge technology which only a teaching hospital can provide.” - Learn more about Ron’s story and how a new kind of focal therapy helped treat his #ProstateCancer at StanfordHealthNow.org.
Teams of Stanford Health Care doctors and clinical staff are wearing white socks during the month of September to help raise awareness for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). #docsinsocks #padawarenessmonth
Join the Stanford Health Care team for a fun night of exercise at the 34th annual Moonlight Run and Walk at the Palo Alto Baylands. There’s still time to sign up for the September 21 event! Learn more at paloaltoonline.com/moonlight_run/ #paloaltomoonlightrun
Whatever grade you’re in, we know you have great art to share! Come draw at our “Voices of the Community” tent and your artwork will become part of a vivid digital mosaic in the new Stanford Hospital, opening in 2019. Join us from 11am-1pm this Sunday, as part of the rocking kid’s music festival Kidchella in Redwood City’s Courthouse Square. Learn more about our mosaic at voices.stanford.edu and Kidchella at https://www.redwoodcity.org/residents/redwood-city-events/children-s-events/kidchella #StanfordVoices #Kidchella
We’ve done it again! Stanford Hospital has once again been named one of the top 10 hospitals in the nation by @usnews. Learn more >> stanfordhealthcare.org
Whether you like to run or walk, there’s still time to register for the Stanford Medicine MyHeart Counts 5K, 10K, & Kid’s Run! Join us on Sunday, Aug. 19 for our annual walk/run celebrating #HeartHealth and wellness. For more information and to register visit myheartcountsrun.org
“At the root of everything it’s how we help our patients. That’s what I do this job for, is to help people.” - Learn more about why administrative assistant Ashley Ward is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare
Good morning from #MeyerGreen and #HooverTower. @stanford
“Every day I wake up and I can’t wait to get to work. I like to think we start taking care of patients before they even get here.” - Learn more about why stroke program manager Eric Bernier is #ProudToWorkForStanforHealthCare
At 24, Rachel was on her fourth diagnosis and had been on headache medication for years when she met Dr. Carroll. Recalls Rachel, “I don’t think I’ll ever forget doing the first diagnostic test where he just had me lie flat. It was really the first time my headache had ever gone away.” Learn more at StanfordHealthNow.org. #CSFLeak #ChronicHeadache
“My job is not just a job, it’s actually a life giving adventure.” - Learn more about why registered nurse Mary Christensen is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare
“I want to treat everybody like I would want my grandparents treated, my parents treated, my child treated. And so that’s how I treat all of my patients.” Learn more about why liver outreach clerical coordinator Monica Thompson is #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare
We’re excited to launch a new video series called #ProudToWorkForStanfordHealthCare. Over the next several weeks you’ll hear from some of our dedicated employees on why they love to come to work. Check out our first video in the series featuring Stanford Health Care patient access representative David Byrd.
The third floor of our Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center Pavilion D in #RedwoodCity (opening July 9) houses our Endoscopy area of the #DigestiveHealth Center. Nine endoscopy procedure rooms feature private prep rooms located just outside, maximizing patient privacy and minimizing patient travel. Check it all out when this facility opens in just two days!
The second floor of our Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center in #RedwoodCity (opening July 9) houses our GI and Liver Clinics and #PelvicHealth Center. There are 36 exam rooms and the design incorporates daylight into corridors to help improve the health and well-being of patients and staff.
The first floor of our Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center Pavilion D in #RedwoodCity (opening July 9) houses our #Orthopaedics Clinic and Imaging Services. There are 29 exam rooms, three treatment rooms, general x-ray, CT, EOS imaging and a radiology reading room among other features.
Our new Pavilion D Outpatient Center in #RedwoodCity (opening July 9) has three floors featuring interior space designed to promote wellness and health. There are private consultation rooms for #Telemedicine visits, a light-filled meditation room, health library and calming views of nearby salt marshes and the East Bay hills.
#RedwoodCity Pavilion D will deliver state-of-the-art medical care including a #DigestiveHealth Center, #PelvicHealth Center, #Orthopaedics Clinic, imaging and an Endoscopy Procedure Center in 90,000 square-feet of space when it opens on July 9.
It’s the one week countdown to the opening of our new Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center Pavilion D in #RedwoodCity. All this week we’ll be sharing some fun facts about this new facility and all it offers to current and future patients. Stay tuned!
Today is #InternationalYogaDay! Our construction workers at the #NewStanfordHospital regularly practice their downward dog and warrior poses during yoga sessions. Here they are on the helipad of the new building which is scheduled to open in late 2019.
For David the simple act of eating had become a fear-inducing experience. At any given moment, the tube that sends food from his mouth to his stomach can swell. Watch David’s full story at StanfordHealthNow.org.
Cindi was past the window for stroke recovery, until Stanford offered her a way to re-open that window. Learn more about her story at stanfordhealthnow.org. #StrokeAwarenessMonth
#HealthMatters2018 is underway! Come join us until 2 pm for the free community health event. Learn more about your health and the innovative things happening at Stanford Health Care! Located on the Dean’s Lawn next to the Stanford Hospital.
SHC employees recently participated in #BikeToWorkDay. Biking is great way to get your daily cardio and get your blood pumping!
Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) patients and staff recently celebrated 30 years of the #BMT program at SHC. Did you know there have been over 6,500 #BloodAndMarrowTransplants performed to date at Stanford?
This week, we recognize and celebrate #NationalHospitalWeek. At SHC, we have a team of dedicated #HealthCare professionals who touch the lives of our patients each and every day.
Happy #NursesWeek! We love all of our talented nurses who provide compassionate care to our patients.
#MayThe4thBeWithYou! Stanford Health Care is at the Oath 5K Run/Walk today providing #BloodPressure screenings.
@stanford.med alumni and guests take a #virtualreality tour of the patient rooms at the new Stanford Hospital during the 2018 Stanford Medicine Alumni Day. The new hospital is slated to open in 2019.
As part of our sponsorship with the @warriors, Stanford Health Care employees headed to Oakland to participate in “Bound for Better” an event that promotes careers in #healthcare and sports to students in #Oakland, #SanFrancisco and #EastPaloAlto.
Great Q&A with #SCAD experts from @stanford.med, @kpthrive, @vumedicine, and @ubcmedicine. #coronaryarterydissection
Happy #DoctorsDay to our phenomenal Stanford physicians!
This morning, we celebrated the launch of the new @stanford.med #ClinicalGenomics Program. Having state-of-the-art genomics services in-house will allow us to serve our patients even better, faster, and more efficiently.
One year ago today we opened our Emeryville location in the East Bay. To learn more about what we offer in Emeryville, please visit stanfordhealthcare.org/Stanford-Health/Emeryville.
Our Clinical Nutrition and Food Service staff is working to promote healthy foods during #NationalNutritionMonth. #GoFurtherWithFood