End of Life Options Act
Great Kindness Challenge
Mission, Vision, Values
Physicians and Residents
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At Dignity Health North State, we offer three hospitals offering expertise in cancer care, heart care, maternity, neurology, orthopedics, Telestroke technology, and wound care.
We know that our services can help you return to health. And we believe that our people – our dedicated doctors, nurses, and support staff who attend to your every need are who help you heal.
We are committed to supporting positive community initiatives, organizations, and programs that improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve. If you would like us to consider a sponsorship of your organization or event, please visit our contributions website to complete an application. Please understand that we are limited in providing financial support to projects we view as most closely aligned with our core mission and values.
The California End of Life Options Act takes effect. It legally authorizes a physician to prescribe a lethal dose of a lethal medication so that a patient can end his or her life.
Dignity Health is partnering with Kids for Peace to sponsor the 2017 Great Kindness Challenge, a global program that aims to inspire students to make a lifelong commitment to service and kindness. Between January 23 - 27, 2017, you are invited to join Mercy Medical Center Redding and make a difference in our hospital, local community, and beyond.
At Dignity Health North State, we fulfill our mission by investing in community outreach and educational programs. Through our participation in advocacy efforts and our numerous partnerships in the communities we serve, we are able to improve the health of residents in the north state area.