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    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital
    The legacy of Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital started in 1867, as a small community hospital on the corner of Humbolt and Cherry streets in Santa Rosa. Heeding cries to move the facility outside of city limits, the Sonoma County purchased land just north of town and built a hospital on Chanate Road in 1936. A new wing was added to modernize the facility in 1956 and further expansion included a four-story wing, increasing the hospital’s capacity. In 1996, Sutter Health agreed to improve the aging County medical center, expand services and ultimately build a modern replacement hospital that met new earthquake safety standards.

    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital fulfills that promise and provides state-of-the-art health care for the region.The facility is located at 30 Mark West Springs Road and is accredited by the Joint Commission and consistently ranks among the top hospitals in the region according to independent quality rating organizations.

    Sutter Health
    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital is part of Sutter Health, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, doctors and nurses who share expertise and resources to advance health care quality.

    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital is licensed by the State of California Department of Health Services to operate 84 acute care beds and is accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and the California Medical Association. JCAHO's telephone number for comments or complaints is (800) 994-6610. Their e-mail address is complaint@jcaho.org. If you have any concerns about patient care and safety in the hospital, that the hospital has not addressed, you are encouraged to contact the hospital's management at 707-576-4000.

    Community Benefit
    In addition to an extensive array of in and outpatient services, Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital has developed programs designed to address the needs of our community. The value of 2012 community benefit programs was $14 million. These programs are outlined in detail on our Community Benefit Programs Page.

    Economic Partnership
    Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital is a strategic economic partner in the BEST program. BEST is a 5-year private/public partnership for Sonoma County dedicated to job creation, building a better business climate, and improving our workforce’s job skills through educational attainment. For more information visit www.SonomaCountyBEST.com.

    Health Action in Sonoma County
    As a participant and pledge signer in Health Action/Sonoma County, Sutter Health helps connect the community with views of local services and populations. A Portrait of Sonoma County, is an in-depth look at how the residents of Sonoma County are faring in three fundamental areas: life expectancy, education, and income. The report is based on the Human Development approach, which puts people at the center of an analysis to assess the opportunity each of us has to live up to our full potential. The report examines disparities within Sonoma County among neighborhoods and along the lines of race, ethnicity, and gender, and helps identifies specific places and populations in the County where we have the potential to positively affect health outcomes. The report includes comparisons across neighborhoods, schools, and populations, drawing connections between the multiple factors that influence health. For information about the report and agenda for action, visit www.SonomaHealthAction.org.

    Help for the Uninsured
    If you are uninsured, you may qualify for financial assistance. Please call 707-576-4240 for information regarding our charity care policy

    Si usted no tiene seguro, usted puede calificar para asistencia financiera. Para mas informacion en relacion de la asociacion de beneficencia favor de llamar 707-576-4240.