Posts by SutterHealthPlus

Premium Rates for Group Coverage

Posted by on Aug 12, 2020 in Access, Affordability

Since its launch six years ago, Sutter Health Plus has remained focused on giving our communities health plan options with access to the Sutter network.

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U.S. News & World Report Names Six Hospitals in the Sutter Health Plus Network Among Best in California

Posted by on Jul 31, 2020 in Network, News, Quality


Six hospitals in the Sutter Health Plus network achieved recognition as among the best in California for 2020-2021 by U.S. News & World Report. Hospitals throughout the state and in major metropolitan regions are ranked annually for performance across 26 adult specialties, procedures, and conditions.

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Sutter Walk-In Care is Now Open in Folsom

Posted by on Jul 29, 2020 in Access, Network, News


Sutter Health Plus members now have access to a new Sutter Walk-In Care in Folsom, providing same-day care for everyday illnesses and health needs—at the same cost share as a primary care visit. The new location is at 2766 East Bidwell St., Suite 600 in the Broadstone Marketplace.

Sutter Health Plus members now have access to a new Sutter Walk-In Care in Folsom, providing same-day care for everyday illnesses and health needs—at the same cost share as a primary care visit. The new location is at 2766 East Bidwell St., Suite 600 in the Broadstone Marketplace.

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Five Tips for Finding Work-Life Balance

Posted by on Jul 15, 2020 in Access, Health and Wellness

Sometimes balancing work and making time for loved ones, self-care and the things you enjoy doing can seem challenging. Maintaining a healthy work-life balance—especially in difficult times—is essential to your overall mental wellness. Help alleviate stress and avoid burnout with these tips.

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Spotlight on Men’s Health

Posted by on Jun 15, 2020 in Health and Wellness

In general, men and women have different attitudes about health. Men tend to put off regular checkups and medical care more so than women. When they finally do see a doctor, men are more likely to have a serious health condition. That is one reason why in the United States, on average, men can expect to live five fewer years than women.

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