Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital and Outpatient Clinics in Fire Zone Reopened!

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital reopened today. Full inpatient and emergency care services resumed at 7 a.m.—eight days after the hospital safely evacuated nearly 80 patients because of the destructive Tubbs fires. Elective procedures will resume at a later date.

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Also today, we opened four additional outpatient clinics for the community. Since the fires erupted, we have reopened 10 of 13 medical clinics in the fire zone

See our website for complete list of open and closed locations. You can also follow us on Twitter for the latest updates.

In coordination with doctors, appointments and elective procedures were rescheduled due to the fires. If you had a scheduled surgical procedure or appointment, you should have received a personal phone call to reschedule. If you had an appointment and did not receive a call to reschedule, please contact us at 866-477-2258.

To help support our patients in wildfire areas, we will continue to offer same-day video visits to Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation patients older than 18 months for the following conditions:

• Abdominal pain
• Acne
• Allergies
• Asthma
• Back Pain
• Constipation
• Cough
• Diarrhea
• Ear Problems
• Fever
• Flu
• Insect Bites
• Nausea
• Pink Eye
• Rashes
• Respiratory Problems
• Sinusitis
• Sore Throat
• Urinary Problems
• Vomiting

Visit to log in to My Health Online and schedule your appointment. To access the service, you must be registered on My Health Online.

Once logged into My Health Online, click on primary care and the video visit feature to schedule a same-day appointment with an available clinician.

You can access My Health Online on the web or through the free mobile app available in iTunes or Google Play.

Your health and safety remains our highest priority. We will continue to update our website with the most current information about care in your area. Stay safe. #SantaRosaStrong.