Comprehensive COVID-19 Response

Using Our Integrated System to Fight Covid

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Sutter Health has used the full breadth of our integrated system to help meet the needs of clinicians, staff and patients across Northern California.

Invested in testing solutions at COVID-19’s onset

Adapted swiftly to treat patients during even the largest statewide surges

Scaled to provide equitable access to vaccines

Sutter’s network stood up to each phase of the pandemic, helping to protect the communities and patients we serve.

Responding Rapidly to the Pandemic

Our team rapidly responded and adapted to meet the needs of the COVID-19 moment and scaled to care for patients quickly throughout the pandemic.

Scaling Innovation to Meet Patient Needs

We invested in innovations that prioritized quality to drive better health outcomes for our patients. Our integrated network allowed Sutter to expand existing investments and create new programs to respond to evolving patient and provider needs throughout the pandemic.

96% of Patients Reported a Positive Telehealth Experience

Understanding that video visits and telehealth became a crucial tool during the pandemic, we are also working to scale digital care for the long-term to continue providing convenient, safe and seamless care – especially for hard-to-reach patients.

Addressing Core Issues for Our Communities

Our teams led and participated in key clinical trials and research, testing new treatments and promising vaccines. We also developed studies that identified disparities in how the pandemic was affecting diverse communities and worked to build local partnerships to help meet the needs of the current crisis and address gaps in care in the future. 

Prepared for Recovery

As we build toward recovery, Sutter Health is focused on helping Californians – especially populations most impacted by the pandemic – access vaccines.

More Than 750,000 Shots in Arms

By inoculating as many patients as quickly as possible, Sutter proactively prepared by deploying a scalable vaccine infrastructure that has provided more than 750,000 shots to patients to date – and this number is growing daily.

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Get The Facts About Telehealth

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that telehealth is a viable option for providing convenient, accessible and seamless care for patients.