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  • Active Aging Lecture Series Set For This Fall

    Aug 11th, 2020

    Sonoma Valley Hospital and Vintage House will continue the lively and informative series themed “Active Aging: Live Your Best Life Now” this Fall. The lectures provide insight and information on how to get the most out of life in your later years. This year, they […]

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  • Advance Health Care Workshops Offered Online

    Jun 16th, 2020

    Sonoma Valley Hospital and Vintage House are offering to the community without cost two online workshops on how to document end-of-life healthcare wishes for families, partners, caretakers and healthcare providers. The video sessions, which will be interactive and allow audience members to ask questions, require […]

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  • Sonoma Valley Hospital’s “Conversation With A Doctor” Series Will Discuss Kidney Stone Treatments

    Feb 4th, 2020

    Urologist Adam Kaplan, MD, will lead the upcoming Sonoma Valley Hospital information session, “Conversation With A Doctor,” discussing advances in the diagnosis and treatment of kidney stones in his talk,  “Kidney Stones: At the Crossroads of Technology and Modern Medicine.” Dr. Kaplan is a board-certified […]

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  • Understanding Cardiovascular Disease Is Topic of Women’s Health Talk Sponsored By Sonoma Valley Hospital

    Jan 22nd, 2020

    Cardiologist and Heart Disease Specialist, Anita Szady, MD, will lead a conversation discussing “Women’s Health and Cardiovascular Disease: New Strategies for Prevention and Treatment” on Tuesday, February 18 at Vintage House. The talk is sponsored by Sonoma Valley Hospital. According to the American Heart Association, […]

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  • Sonoma Valley Hospital To Offer Personal Medication Reviews At Vintage House

    Jan 21st, 2020

    Sonoma Valley Hospital invites community members to put their medications and supplements in a bag and bring them to Vintage House for review by a hospital pharmacist to ensure that there are no potential problems related to drug interactions, dosing, compliance, expiration, and side effects.  […]

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  • Three Speakers Featured At Active Aging Talks Planned For Vintage House In The Fall

    Aug 2nd, 2019

    Sonoma Valley Hospital and Vintage House will present a lively and informative lecture series this Fall themed, “Active Aging: Live Your Best Life Now.” The three talks will provide insights and personal stories about transforming aging, transitioning through change, and the importance of being physically […]

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  • Men’s Discussion At Vintage House To Focus On Prostate Health

    Mar 26th, 2019

    Sonoma Valley Hospital and Vintage House will host a talk by Urologist Adam Kaplan, MD, who will discuss “Prostate Health: What Men Need To Know” at Vintage House on Friday, April 26 at 10:00 am. The talk will broadly cover prostate health including lifestyle behaviors […]

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  • Advance Healthcare Workshops Are Planned At Vintage House In April

    Mar 15th, 2019

    A number of local organizations have come together to co-sponsor educational events during April on the importance of advance healthcare planning. Events are based around National Healthcare Decisions Day, which occurs each year to encourage patients to express their wishes regarding healthcare and for providers […]

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  • Board Finalizes Transfer of Home Care Service To Hospice

    Sep 11th, 2018

    This month I’m stepping in for Joshua Rymer to report on the September meeting. At the meeting, the board gave final approval for the hospital to transfer our skilled home care service, Healing At Home, to Hospice by the Bay, effective October 1, 2018. We […]

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  • “Living Well With Serious Illness” Is Topic of Vintage House Talk

    Mar 23rd, 2018

    Exploring how palliative care can help maintain quality of life during a serious illness is the topic on an upcoming talk at Vintage House. Titled “Living Well With Serious Illness,” the talk will be given by Steven Pantilat, MD, Professor of Medicine at UCSF and […]

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