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Company Overview of Sutter West Bay Hospitals
Sutter West Bay Hospitals, doing business as California Pacific Medical Center, operates as an academic medical center in California. It provides acute, post-acute, and outpatient hospital care; home care and hospice services; and preventive and complementary care and health education. The company’ services include back and spine services, cancer services, digestive and gastroenterology services, emergency services, organ transplantation, pediatric specialty services, pregnancy and childbirth, and surgical services. It also operates a heart and vascular center, an institute for health and healing (IHH), a joint replacement center, a neuroscience institute, and a women and children’s center. ...
633 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Founded in 1852
Key Executives for Sutter West Bay Hospitals
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Management Member
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Process Officer for Sutter Health's West Bay Region
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of North Bay Hospitals
Interim President of CPMC Foundation
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Sutter West Bay Hospitals Key Developments
Insys Therapeutics, Inc. Enters into an Exclusive Licensing Agreement with California Pacific Medical Center on Behalf of its Research Institute
Aug 25 14
Insys Therapeutics Inc. has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with California Pacific Medical Center on behalf of its Research Institute (CPMCRI) to license CPMCRI's patent rights related to the usage of cannabinoids for the treatment of GBM. In concert with the exclusive licensing agreement, Insys is collaborating with Dr. Sean McAllister at CPMCRI with respect to his pre-clinical research focusing on the ability of CBD to sensitize GBM to current standard of care chemotherapy treatment.
California Pacific Medical Center and St. Luke's Hospital Reach Agreement with Registered Nurses
Mar 27 13
Registered nurses at California Pacific Medical Center and St. Luke's Hospital have, at long last, reached agreement with hospital officials on a new collective bargaining contract for the 800 RNs who work at the two facilities. The agreement expands patient protections, strengthens the nurses' bargaining and job security rights, and provides for economic gains. It must still be ratified by CPMC and St. Luke's nurses who will vote on the pact in membership meetings soon.
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