Sutter Roseville Medical Center

How to beat the heat in Roseville

As temperatures soar into the triple digits this weekend, one Roseville doctor is suggesting ways to find relief and stay healthy. "During these hot days, it's important to realize ...

Father's Day babies born at Sutter Roseville

Father's Day has been extra special for a few new dads at Sutter Roseville Medical Center this year. Instead of the customary tie or the latest electronic do-dad, a few lucky guys ...

Roseville's Rainbow Girls serve local community

Rainbow Girls from Roseville DeRiemer Assembly have served the local community for 35 years, and this year is no different. For Mother's Day, the girls paid their annual visit to ...

Do you know how to spot a stroke?

Timely treatment for someone experiencing signs of a stroke is crucial for survival, which means people need to know how to spot symptoms, according to a local doctor. In recognit ...

‘Miracle baby’ born amid tragedy survives and thrives

Born three weeks premature and weighing in at six pounds, Elizabeth Rose spent the first 10 days of her life hooked up to tubes and ventilators at Sutter Memorial Hospital. As he ...

Practitioners heal — with music

On a recent afternoon, a quiet hospital room came to life with the soothing sounds of a harp. Musician Jean Ann Walth strummed for patient Scott Hamilton, as he lay in bed at Sutt ...

Oakmont students explore medical careers

Within the first two weeks of her internship, Leah Verceles already knew she enjoyed the fast-paced energy - and stress - of an emergency room. "I've seen a few trauma patients," ...

Roseville welcomes Leap Day baby

When future dad Nate Holland found out his daughter’s due date was Feb. 25, he joked about having a leapling. So he wasn’t upset when the baby was late. “He was ...

Here’s to your heart

This month marks Valentine’s Day, so what better time to resolve to keep the heart strong and protected — from cardiovascular disease. Heart Disease is the No. 1 cause ...