News

When the Unthinkable Happens, We’re Here For You!

Dec 27 2018

A pedestrian accident on a dark and rainy January night could have taken a tragic turn, but first responders and the world-renowned trauma team at Highland Hospital made sure that wasn’t the case for Paul Fogel. Two years later, Paul is still raving about the emergency care he received after he was struck by a car and rushed to Alameda Health System's (AHS's) Highland Hospital, the East Bay's only Level 1

We’re Hiring…

Dec 20 2018

We're hiring for three new positions at the Alameda Health System Foundation. Manager of Annual Giving Events Communications Manager Development & Donor Relations Coordinator Director of Major Gifts and Campaigns If interested, please submit cover letter and resume to ahsf.admin@alamedahealthsystem.org.

Maria Mendoza-Sanchez is Home for the Holidays

Dec 18 2018

The joy of the holiday season has been heightened at Alameda Health System (AHS) as one of our own, Maria Mendoza-Sanchez, AHS-Highland Hospital Nurse, has returned just in time to spend the holidays with her children and her friends. Reuniting with her family and a job she loves after more than a year, she plans to use her experience to help her patients. Originally posted on Alamedahealt

Year End Tax-Saving Solutions

Dec 17 2018

Do you want to get a head start on your end- of- year tax planning? We have helpful tips and resources to make your money work harder for you this tax season. Give to Charity! Your gift to AHSF provides a tax benefit and supports quality healthcare for all. Make an IRA Charitable Contribution: If you are over 70.5 years old, you are required to take a distribution from your IRA account. You can r

AHS Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Program Provides a Home away from Home

Dec 17 2018

The smiling faces are the staff of the Alameda Health System-Fairmont Hospital Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Program (OBHS) serving patients a Thanksgiving meal. Staff and patients see the program as a mini-community for individuals suffering from a variety of behavioral health issues. Patients who complete the OBHS programs are 90% less likely to be re-hospitalized for a psychiatric emergency. Original

connect with AHSF

Newsletter

sdfsdfsdfsdffsdfsdf

Name of staff

Send copy to yourself
×