2 Women Get New Organs In Rare 'Domino' Transplant At StanfordA woman who got a second chance with a lifesaving transplant decided she could save a life herself.
Knee Injuries To Be Treated Using Patient's Own Stem Cells At Stanford HospitalA groundbreaking approach to treating knee injuries is about to be tested at a Bay Area hospital, using the patient's own stem cells.
Nurses Have Great Prognosis For Job Growth In San Jose, Says ExpertCertified Nurse Practitioner Nancy Brook at Stanford University Hospital talks about her education, career and advice for people interested in nursing and the health industry.
4 Construction Workers Injured In Foster City Partial Building CollapseFour construction workers were injured Monday morning when a building they were working on in Foster City partially collapsed,
Former Stanford Hospital Tech Arrested For Allegedly Fondling PatientA former Stanford Hospital technician has been arrested on suspicion of sexual battery for allegedly fondling a patient, Palo Alto police said.
4 SFO Plane Crash Victims Remain In Critical ConditionFour Asiana Airlines Flight 214 passengers remained in critical condition Wednesday at two Bay Area hospitals that took in the majority of patients after the plane crashed on Saturday.
More Than 30 Asiana Flight 214 Crash Victims Remain Hospitalized The recovery continues for those injured in Saturday’s crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport. More than 30 crash victims remain hospitalized.
49ers Head Coach Harbaugh Hospitalized For Irregular HeartbeatSan Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has been hospitalized because of an irregular heartbeat, the team announced Thursday.
Stanford Announces $3.7 Billion Increase In Net AssetsStanford University saw a 17 percent increase in its consolidated net assets -- or an increase of $3.7 billion -- in the fiscal year that ended Aug. 31, according to financial results released Friday.
Online Patient Records Compromised In Stanford Hospital Security BreachStanford Hospital in California blames a subcontractor used by an outside vendor for a privacy breach that led to the posting online of medical information for thousands of emergency room patients.
Stanford Medical Records Appear Online In Information BreachThe names and medical information of some patients seen at Stanford Hospital and Clinics were posted to a website by an outside vendor’s sub-contractor, a hospital spokesman said Thursday.
Stanford Wins Approval For Massive Hospital ExpansionThe Palo Alto City Council unanimously offered its support for the proposal Monday night, after hearing and considering the issue in various stages for the past few years.