Petaluma Valley Hospital
Petaluma Valley Hospital is a public, not-for-profit community hospital operated by SRM Alliance Hospital Services, a Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange Corporation. St. Joseph Health System– Sonoma County (SJHS-SC) includes Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital and Petaluma Valley Hospital. SJHS-SC is one of the region’s largest employers.
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.
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.