Sutter Health’s interactive website for women, www.MyLifeStages.org, was recently named “Best Interactive [Web] Site” in the prestigious eHealthcare Leadership Awards. This is the second consecutive year for MyLifeStages to receive this gold award.
The website was singled out from among 1,300 nominees from across the nation. Also chosen for the gold award in the “Consumer General Health” category was the nationally known WebMD website.
“This award reflects the expertise and creative contributions of affiliate marketing and communications professionals, physicians and other clinicians across our network,” says Tracy Murphy, vice president of strategic marketing for Sutter Health. “Together, we’ve created an outstanding online community that serves more than 7,000 members. We’re proud to be their trusted, local resource for information and tools to help them manage their health.”
Several Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) and Mills Peninsula doctors and health care experts are featured and contribute to MyLifeStages. Some examples include:
- Video featuring Carolyn McCune, R.D., registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator at Mills-Peninsula
- Expert blog on healthy weight management by Karen Handy, MPH., a health educator and manager of nutrition and diabetes education and the HMR Weight Management Program at PAMF’s Mountain View Center
- Sleep tips by William Hart, M.D., who heads up PAMF’s Capitola Sleep Medicine Center
- Health tips for seniors by Minerva Navarro, M.D., a geriatric medicine doctor at PAMF’s Mountain View Center
- Articles by Tak Poon, M.D., cardiologist at the Mills-Peninsula Division of PAMF at the Burlingame Center clinic building
- Tips for reducing allergy symptoms at work by Steven Rubinstein, M.D., an allergist at PAMF’s Mountain View Center
- Contribution to article by Michael Wu, M.D., PAMF medical oncologist at the Santa Cruz Commercial Crossings Office
Explore MyLifeStages to find many other contributors from PAMF and Mills-Peninsula.
Launched in 2009, MyLifeStages provides information and interactive tools to help keep women and their families healthy and active through every life stage.
Wishing you a happy New Year! All the best to you in 2011!