Sonoma County Department of Health Services (DHS) is seeking a Contractor(s) to provide medical services at shelters established within Sonoma County in response to a disaster.
COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Rohnert Park Community Center and the Roseland Community Clinic in Santa Rosa will close by the end of February. The Roseland clinic will close on Feb. 25 and the Rohnert Park clinic will close on Feb. 28, the day that Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to lift California’s COVID-19 state of emergency.
Due to declining usage, COVID-19 testing contractor Optum Serve has announced that it will deactivate its two Sonoma County testing buses on Sunday, Feb. 5 as part of a statewide demobilization effort. The Roseland Community Clinic will continue to provide COVID-19 testing that is free to the public, regardless of insurance or citizenship status.
Notice of Intent to Award: RFP for Community Health Workers for COVID-19 Response and Community Resilience – Hiring and Integration
The evaluation panel carefully reviewed and analyzed the proposals received in response to the above referenced solicitation.
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved an updated mental health services support plan for Sonoma County, utilizing more than $28 million in funds provided through Proposition 63, which California voters approved in 2004.
Sonoma County Health Officer Dr. Sundari Mase today issued a Public Health Advisory in response to potential high-water hazards from the winter storms.
El Condado de Sonoma emite un Aviso de Salud Publica en respuesta de los riesgos de la tormenta invernal
La Oficial de Salud del Condado de Sonoma Dra. Sundari Mase emitió un aviso de salud publica hoy en respuesta a peligros potenciales causados por los altos niveles de agua de la tormenta invernal.
Dave Kiff, a veteran government official with more than 30 years of experience in state and local government, including most recently serving as Interim Executive Director of Sonoma County Community Development Commission, has been named director of the county’s new Homelessness Services Division within the Department of Health Services.
The Roseland Community Clinic in southwest Santa Rosa reopened today after a temporary closure due to water damage. The clinic was temporarily closed on Dec. 16 to repair water damage caused by the activation of a fire sprinkler system in an adjacent building. It reopened as an onsite outdoor clinic on Dec. 20 and resumed indoor operations today.
The Roseland Community Clinic in southwest Santa Rosa has been temporarily closed to repair water damage caused by a fire sprinkler system in an adjacent building late Thursday night. A fire inside Mercadito Roseland, located in the former Dollar Tree store next door to the clinic, activated the building’s sprinkler system and resulted in water damage to a wall shared with the clinic.