Topic List : Administration
Graduating in a time of turmoil
Forced apart by the coronavirus pandemic and stirred by protests over racial injustice, students were honored during the School of Medicine’s first online commencement ceremony.
First physician assistant class graduates
Three years after the Stanford School of Medicine launched its master of science in physician assistant studies program, all 27 members of the first class graduated.
Stanford Health Care nears 75,000 COVID-19 tests
As one of the earliest providers of COVID-19 testing to the greater Bay Area, Stanford Health Care has conducted nearly 75,000 tests for the local community and continues to be a leading resource.
Medical community rallies for racial justice
The event at Stanford provided a venue for health care workers and students to express their feelings about violence against African Americans and to voice their demands for change.
Stanford Health Care earns A for safety
The hospitals earned top grades in the latest patient-safety assessments by The Leapfrog Group, a national health care watchdog organization.
Stanford Health Care resumes most procedures
With extensive testing showing very low COVID-19 infection rates and with many safety measures in place, Stanford Health Care providers are now performing almost all medical procedures, including surgeries, diagnostic imaging and routine screenings.
New clinic tests Stanford Medicine workers for COVID-19
In just two weeks, Stanford Medicine launched an operation to screen employees for the coronavirus and advise them on staying safe during the pandemic.
Gift to fight COVID-19 inspired by unsung heroes
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen and Marc Andreessen have donated $2 million to Stanford Health Care to defray unexpected costs of the response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Stanford Medicine leaders discuss COVID-19
Leaders of the Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children’s Health answered questions about COVID-19 and discussed how Stanford Medicine is addressing the outbreak.
Female department chairs earn less than men
Women’s salaries trailed men’s in a national survey of department chairs at public medical schools, according to a survey by Stanford and UCSF researchers. The disparities cannot be explained by years on the job or academic productivity.