Department of Health Services

Administration

Accounting

The Accounting section is responsible for all functions relating to budgets, payments for goods and services and billing for services provided.

  • Budgets: Includes preparation and monitoring of annual departmental and divisional budgets.

Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable: Includes ordering of goods and services, processing of claims for payment and recording of all expenditures.

Accounts Receivable

Includes the recording of all amounts due and payable to the Department, the preparation of invoices and billing documents, and the collection of all funds. This is the location for payment of any bills received. The office is open from 8:00 AM to 4:45 PM.

Payroll

The payroll staff prepare payroll and maintain departmental personnel records, including employee benefit expense reimbursements, memoranda of understanding, budget position control reports, and requests to fill vacant positions.

Managed Medical Assistance (MAA) and Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Procurement & Contract Management

  • Procurement and contracts management includes storeroom and delivery services, purchasing, contracts review and records management services.
  • For information on bids for purchase contracts, please read Doing Business with the County.

Facilities Management

  • Facilities management provides for building maintenance and janitorial services, rental property contracts, capital projects, security, utilities and data processing support systems.

Managed Medical Assistance (MAA) and Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Facilities Management

  • Facilities management provides for building maintenance and janitorial services, rental property contracts, capital projects, security, utilities and data processing support systems.

Accounts Payable

  • Accounts Payable: Includes ordering of goods and services, processing of claims for payment and recording of all expenditures.
  • (707) 565-4877

Accounts Receivable

  • Includes the recording of all amounts due and payable to the Department, the preparation of invoices and billing documents, and the collection of all funds. This is the location for payment of any bills received. The office is open from 8:00 AM to 4:45 PM.
  • (707) 565-4724

Payroll

  • The payroll staff prepare payroll and maintain departmental personnel records, including employee benefit expense reimbursements, memoranda of understanding, budget position control reports, and requests to fill vacant positions.
  • (707) 565-8364
  • Applicants for employment should contact the Sonoma County Human Resources Department.

Procurement & Contract Management

  • Procurement and contracts management includes storeroom and delivery services, purchasing, contracts review and records management services.
  • For information on bids for purchase contracts, please read Doing Business with the County.
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