During the height of the recent Great Recession, the unemployment rate in the Sacramento area was roughly 14 percent.
Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to meet with the state’s largest nurses union to discuss Ebola preparedness at hospitals and other health facilities.
Edson Smith-Bozek explains the different types of medical billing and coding available, and how the field is changing.
Rachael Twiner shares her views on the future of health care and education in Sacramento.
Nurses at the Kaiser in Manteca say the hospital could be on the verge of shutting down, and that’s forcing patients to drive farther away to get medical help.
Senior Director of Medical Surgical Nursing Lucinda Wiseman advocates the benefits of earning a degree online.
With baby boomers requiring increasing care, nursing degrees may soon be in even higher demand.
Nursing and Quality Coordinator Terri Wolf explains why education is key to great patient care.
We covered a story this week about a young mother booted off a bus for breastfeeding. It happened in Michigan, where I used to live and work. I do remember covering other stories there about […]
Relatives of a missing Northern California nursing student say they are holding out hope for her safe return even though police believe the 26-year-old is dead.