RSS

When you subscribe to San Ramon Regional Medical Center’s RSS feed, you’ll get automatic notice of our latest news and information.

What Is RSS? 

RSS stand for Real Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. This technology gathers and sends online content — such as news headlines, audio and video — directly to your computer. Using an RSS feed reader, you can automatically receive and browse the latest news from various websites – such as the one for San Ramon Regional — without having to visit each one of them. 

How do I subscribe to RSS feeds? 

To subscribe to any RSS feed, you have to download and install software called an “RSS reader,” “feed reader” or “aggregator”. You can also receive RSS feeds through web-based RSS readers – including Feedly and Digg. These are free. If you decide to install software, a couple of options include FeedReader (Windows) or Leaf (Mac). 

Steps to setting up an RSS Reader: 

  1. Set up your RSS reader
  2. If an RSS icon like this one  appears in your web address bar on your Internet browser, click it. Or
  3. Click an RSS link below:

Feeds from Doctors Hospital are free of charge. If you’d like to stop receiving them at any time, simply remove them from your RSS reader or aggregator.