Pawlek Embodies Shriners Children’s Commitment to Providing the Most Amazing Care Anywhere
Just in time for New Year’s resolutions, local nutritionists
and fitness experts share what they’re seeing as the most
popular health trends. Some are legitimate and backed by
science, some are silly, some are useful, and all of them are
very much in vogue.
Shriners Children’s Northern California accepts every child based on medical need and provides the highest-quality specialty care regardless of income or insurance. “There are no financial barriers to care,” says Alan Anderson, director of development.
Wellness is not just a state of being; it’s a perpetual pursuit,
a form of prevention and an entire economy. Many businesses
in the Capital Region are providing ways for people to foster
their own relationship to wellness through progressive services,
treatments and practices.
In 2018, Dignity Health’s St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton launched graduate medical education (GME) programs that are greatly benefiting Stockton and San Joaquin County.
With her Davis-based startup, CEO Liz Tang wants to remedy the
problem of people with medical conditions not having immediate
access to the medical devices that may save their lives.
Dignity Health’s Mercy Hospital of Folsom is dedicated to delivering compassionate, patient-centered care and is an avid supporter of the local community.
Dianna Laney, managing partner of PGL Financial, recognizes that money is a tool to support the things that really matter to clients. Offering retirement planning, investment management and financial planning, PGL tailors services to each client’s situation and goals.
Shriner’s Childrens is committed to offering unique, patient-centered care for children around the world. Since opening their first hospital in 1922, the nonprofit has provided specialty medical care for children and their families regardless of insurance status or the ability to pay.
Robots may not possess empathy, but they provide precision
and consistency that’s hard for even the most highly trained
health professionals to replicate.
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