In our medical centers, we choose everything from the floor plan to the paint color with your well-being in mind. Two of our medical centers in the San Francisco area are being refreshed to help improve your experience when you visit.
We’ve been improving our San Francisco Medical Center for the past few years. Here are some recent projects:
Our San Rafael Medical Center has also had improvements.
This year, the Women’s Night Out series at our Santa Rosa Medical Center will feature speakers who just might inspire you to take control of your health.
“Women today are pulled in many directions,” says Nancy Bouffard, assistant manager for Health Education, who is planning the series. “We want to give women a chance to take the time and come together with others to learn how to take care of themselves.”
The lectures occur in the spring and fall. This year’s series will include the following topics:
While the series features speakers, Bouffard says the programs are interactive. And women often leave with an action plan.
Events are held on Friday nights and there’s no fee for members or nonmembers to attend. Space is limited, so registration is recommended. Light refreshments will be served.
For details on the dates and topics for the 2011 Women’s Night Out, go online or call 707-566-5418.
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