Knees are one of the most important joints in the human body. Unfortunately, as we age our knees can wear out. They are also subject to debilitating conditions such as arthritis or injury. There are many varieties of knee surgery and many reasons why a person is a candidate for knee surgery. Join us at a free community class to learn more about knees, common causes of pain and treatment options available to get you back on your feet. Presented by Dr. Jonathan Wang, orthopedic surgeon
Thursday, May 14
Eden Medical Center
20101 Lake Chabot Road
Castro Valley, CA 94546
Register online or call (888) 445-8433.
Radiation oncology treatment, also known as radiation therapy, radiotherapy or therapeutic radiology, is the use of precisely delivered radiation to treat malignant (cancerous) and benign (non-cancerous) disease.
The Radiation Oncology Center offers a full spectrum of services, providing customized treatment for each and every patient.
Located in a newly renovated facility, our Center offers a comfortable, patient-centered environment.
By using advanced technology to “map” tumors, our radiation oncologists can design treatments with millimeter accuracy, ensuring that tumors get the most effective dose and healthy tissues and organs are spared. Through the Sutter Health network of services, you have access to a wide range of treatments and procedures.
Services will include: treatment planning, conformal therapy, intensity modulated radiation therapy, image guided radiation therapy, brachytherapy, stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic ablative body radiation.
To learn more about Eden Medical Center’s Radiation Oncology Center, or any of our cancer care services, please call (510) 581-0556 or visit edenmedicalcenter.org/services/cancer.html.
Eden Medical Center will begin holding stroke support group meetings for patients and caregivers in January. Participants have the opportunity to increase their knowledge about coping techniques, stroke prevention, community resources and many other educational topics.
The group will meet the fourth Tuesday of every month from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in of the Conference Center located on the 2nd Floor of the Medical Office Building, 20101 Lake Chabot Road in Castro Valley.
The support group is intended to be a forum where patients and their families can share experiences and concerns about rehabilitation, depression, and other daily concerns. All patients, at any stage of treatment, are encouraged to participate.
For more information, contact the Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility at (510) 727-2800.
Sutter Health is pleased to announce that today, Terry Glubka, R.N., MBA, became the new CEO of Eden Medical Center. Terry is the eighth CEO, and the first woman to hold the post, in Eden’s 60-year history.
Eden Medical Center is an award-winning, 130-bed hospital and trauma center that treats 37,000 emergency room and 1,300 trauma patients a year in a brand new hospital setting. It is one of the largest employers in central Alameda County, with more than 1,100 employees. Read More about Eden Medical Center Welcomes New CEO Terry Glubka
In honor of Nurses Week, we are happy to showcase some of our outstanding East Bay nurses speaking about their chosen profession in our video below. Their passion for what they do shines brightly like the stars they are. You can watch them here.
This year, that honor went to baby Isabel Nguyen, who was born at Eden on March 9 at 8:31 a.m. Baby Isabel weighed in at 6 pounds, 6 ounces and is 19-1/2 inches long.
Rebekah Fesmire and Kaitlin Suchanek, both Girl Scouts from Senior Girl Scout Troop 30711, came to Eden to personally deliver a gift basket of baby blankets, clothes, toys, diapers, and bath supplies, books, and more, to the family. Proud parents Micki and Phuc Nguyen and big sister Olivia were grateful for the gifts.
Honoring the first baby girl born during Girl Scout Week is a service project sponsored by Girl Scouts of the Chabot Service Unit and is a project exclusive to Eden Medical Center, thanks to Laura Suchanek, R.N. (Birth Center), who has spearheaded this wonderful event every year.
The Girl Scouts was founded on March 12, 1912 by Juliette Gordon Low and is committed to helping girls grow strong in developing character, leadership skills, social skills, individual strength all the while performing service to the community.