About St. Joseph Health, Sonoma County
We bring people together to provide compassionate care, promote health
improvement, and create healthy communities.
St. Joseph Health - Sonoma County (SJHS-SC) is that trusted neighbor you
can count on to provide the expertise, compassionate care and personalized
attention you and your family deserve.
We've been here for generations - improving health, enriching lives
and strengthening communities throughout Sonoma County and the North Coast region.
As the area's population has grown, so have we. In the years since
establishing Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital in 1950, we have expanded our
local, not-for-profit network of hospitals, healthcare services and community
outreach programs in keeping with the mission of our founders: to improve
the health and quality of life of our neighbors.
Today, SJHS-SC is anchored by our core facilities: Santa Rosa Memorial
Hospital and Petaluma Valley Hospital. Our comprehensive inpatient, outpatient
and community outreach services provide the expert care you need - close
to home. Should tragedy strike, we are the designated Level II Trauma
Center for the North Coast region. When a child enters the world, we provide
a safe, warm welcome. For those with life-limiting illness, we offer compassionate
hospice services and palliative care.
We're the first choice among patients requiring specialized cardiac
care, cancer treatment, sports medicine and rehabilitation, emergency
care, psychiatric services and much more.
We advocate for healthy communities and offer medical access services to
our neighbors in need.
400 North McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, CA 94954
1165 Montgomery Drive
Santa Rosa, California 95405
We Care About You - Body, Mind and Spirit
In the Catholic tradition of our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of
Orange, we promote a philosophy of care that addresses the needs of the
whole person - body, mind and spirit.
That means tending not just to an individual's physical condition,
but also to their emotional and spiritual needs. All members of the SJHS-SC
family - physicians, staff and volunteers alike, embrace the dedication
to the total well-being of our patients and their loved ones.
So, when you get the sense that the people of SJHS-SC seem to genuinely
care about you - body, mind and spirit - rest assured, we truly do.
Our Commitment to human dignity, health and quality of life
Our vision of enhancing the health and lives of our neighbors enables us
to simply do more towards providing compassionate care, promoting health
improvement and creating healthy communities. This commitment to human
dignity, health and quality of life extends beyond the perimeters of our
facilities and is woven into the fabric of everyday life in Sonoma County.
We believe that healthy communities result when illness prevention is combined
with such other important factors as a clean environment, safe streets,
good water, access to work and education, competitive salaries, affordable
housing, a healthy lifestyle and more.
Through our extensive network of community health programs and clinics,
advocacy efforts and healthy community initiatives, we continually strive
to meet the health needs of our neighbors and make this a better place
- for everyone - to live, work, learn and thrive.
Our mission to be of service beyond our own walls has long attracted physicians,
employees and volunteers who share the same spirit of giving. They are
drawn to St. Joseph Health - Sonoma County by the opportunity to serve
their neighbors and contribute to the well-being of the community.
Quality Healthcare for Our Community
Providing quality health care close to home has been our legacy. It was
built by the enduring partnerships among friends, old and new alike, who
are committed to the well-being of this community.
We invite people of all faiths and beliefs to join us in creating access
to quality health care for our families and our communities. Here's
how you can join our partnership of caring for this and future generations.
Volunteering - We offer a broad range of volunteer opportunities at our hospitals and
a wide variety of community-based positions through our Hospice, Community
Health and Community Benefit programs.
Philanthropy - The Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundations
accept and manage gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations
to further the mission of the St. Joseph Health - Sonoma County.
The System is responsible for the operation of Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital
and Petaluma Valley Hospital and the provision of comprehensive services
through a wide variety of affiliated healthcare providers.
The ultimate beneficiaries are the people of Sonoma County and the surrounding area.