Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital

Local women’s group gets growing for health

Some Auburn-area women now have a community garden, thanks to advocacy and partnerships. On Saturday, members of the group, sponsored by the Latino Leadership Council, began the w ...

Healthy cooking means looking beyond packaging

Many products being marketed as health foods are actually imposters, one study says. High-calorie counts and unnatural ingredient lists tell the real story behind their deceptive ...

Hospital's first pharmacist to receive Healthcare Award

When what was then known as Auburn Faith Community Hospital opened in the 1960s, pharmacist Wes Fain established and nurtured its pharmacy. By the time he retired in 1992, he was s ...

Local hospital given high marks

The Commission on Cancer, a multidisciplinary program of the American College of Surgeons, has given Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital a three-year accreditation approval with commendat ...

Ag ‘speed dating’ the start of a beautiful relationship

PlacerGrown is putting an agricultural spin on “speed dating.” It’s a way to initiate a dialog between farmers and food buyers as the growing season approaches. “The time ...

Hospital staff simply the best

To the Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital surgical personnel: My knee was replaced on Feb. 2. I can never thank you folks enough for the care given me. Dr. (Ben) Williams was the best. ...

Hospital did a great job

I just wanted to take time and thank the wonderful staff at the Sutter Auburn Faith (Hospital). My son had minor surgery on Monday, and he was so scared to go in, but with the ki ...

Art show offers pleasant escapes for patients

An ongoing exhibit at Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital offers cheer and uplifting escapes to patients, families and staff. The Art Can Heal program showcases the work of local artist ...

Gratitude to hospital staff

This letter is being written at the request of Shirley Ann Ramorini, a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, wife, aunt, sister-in-law and friend. Shirley was a patient at Sutte ...

Thanks to Boy Scout, there’s new life in birth center’s old rocking chairs

Chad Harless, a 15-year-old Boy Scout from Rocklin, recently quieted the cries of dozens of newborn babies in Auburn. That’s because Chad just finished his Eagle project of refur ...