Ray Dolby Brain Health Center:
Funded through Philanthropy
Sutter Health’s CPMC honors the late Ray Dolby, founder of Dolby Laboratories, by naming the Ray Dolby Brain Health Center at the Davies campus. In 2011, the family of Ray Dolby made a founding endowment gift of $21 million -- the largest in CPMC and Sutter Health's history -- to establish the Brain Health Center, which provides services to patients and families suffering from Alzheimer’s, dementia or other memory disorders. Since its opening in October 2012, the Brain Health Center
The Ray Dolby Brain Health Center, part of CPMC's Neuroscience Institute, encompasses a four-part mission: to increase awareness, facilitate education and prevention, expand research, and provide integrated support services for patients and their families. For more information on the CPMC Foundation or to make a donation, visit cpmc.org/giving.
California Pacific Neuroscience Institute
The Brain Health Center is part of the California Pacific Neuroscience Institute in San Francisco, which features some of the top-rated neurology physicians and neurosurgeons in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Northern California. Providing personalized patient care using the most successful treatment options available to treat ALS, back pain, brain tumors, epilepsy, memory loss, stroke, and pediatric conditions and is what we do best. The California Pacific Neuroscience Institute serves San Francisco, Marin, San Mateo and all of Northern California.