Sutter Health Plus members have access to a new Sutter Walk-In Care in the midtown Sacramento area. Sutter Walk-In Care provides same-day care for everyday illnesses and health needs—no appointment necessary.
Sutter Walk-In Care is now open in Davis at 4647 Second St., Suite 130, near Target. Members in Yolo County have a new option for same-day care for everyday health needs.
In this article published in the March 2017 issue of Half Moon Bay Magazine, Sutter Health Plus is recognized as a donor of The HEAL Project. The HEAL Project provides health, environmental and agricultural education for underserved elementary school children.
Sutter Health Plus was recognized as a contributing donor to The HEAL Project at an open house held in February 2017 at the Hatch Elementary School garden in Half Moon Bay. Parents, students, donors and school staff attended the event held to thank supporters for their contributions.
Sutter Health Plus Sponsors the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Initiative to Support Heart Health
February marks American Heart Month, a time to take action to end heart disease and stroke. Sutter Health Plus proudly sponsors the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Initiative, starting with Heart Month & Wear Red Day on Feb. 3, 2017.
In 2016, the health plan is donating $330,000 to 10 organizations in Northern California, ranging from health centers delivering primary care to the underserved community, to an environmental science camp for elementary school students.
Responding to the needs of underserved immigrant communities in the Bay Area, the Street Level Health Project’s food pantry serves as a gateway for those with basic food needs to access health care, legal, employment and housing services.
This year’s community benefit donation of $75,000 from Sutter Health Plus will help the popular Fit Quest program currently serving Placer, Sacramento, Sutter and Yuba county schools expand into Stanislaus and Merced counties.
This year’s donation of $43,333 from Sutter Health Plus will enable The HEAL Project to resume the popular 10-year-old project that introduces hands-on gardening and healthy cooking lessons to hundreds of San Mateo County elementary school students.
Sutter Health Plus recently published a Year in Review report highlighting major accomplishments last year.