In its March 3, 2023 guidance, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that as of April 3, 2023, patients are no longer required to wear masks to enter into healthcare facilities. Currently, Sonoma County Department of Public Health has remained silent on the state guidance. As such, SVCHC will follow the state guidance and lift its blanket mask wearing policy for patients.
SVCHC will continue to ask patients to wear masks if they have cough, cold, fever or flu-like symptoms. We may also ask patients to wear a mask during certain exams or procedures where there is close patient to provider (or other staff) contact. The patient may remove the mask upon completion of the exam or procedure.
At their own discretion, providers may ask patients to wear a mask while seeing the patient.
We will also require patients to wear a mask when the COVID-19 community levels increase to “High” as outlined here, CDC COVID-19 Community Level
There is high community spread and impact on healthcare system of COVID-19
*Those that are vulnerable include the unvaccinated, those that are immunocompromised, have certain disabilities, or have underlying health conditions, and those at risk of severe illness of death if they are infected with COVID-19. Such persons should consider taking extra precautions.
**High-risk settings include:
Long Term Care Settings & Adult and Senior Care Facilities
Homeless shelters, Emergency shelters and cooling and heating centers
State and local correctional facilities and detention centers
For Covid-19 vaccines availability in Sonoma County click here
County of Sonoma lifts Covid-19 public health emergency
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If you are a SVCHC patient with symptoms, please call 707-939-6070.
For other Covid-19 testing in Sonoma County, please click here.
To order free Covid-19 home tests please click here.
Patients with scheduled appointments should receive a phone call no earlier than 24 hours prior to determine symptoms. Patients showing certain symptoms will be asked to remain in their cars until the time of their visit. We would greatly appreciate your cooperation as SVCHC works to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff.
For assistance, call SVCHC at (707)939-6070 or for an emergency call 911 or visit the emergency room at your nearest hospital.
Please note, behavioral health services will continue to be telephonic until further notice. If you want someone to talk to, call our main number (707)939-6070 and we will get you in contact with one of our staffers.
Medical Clinic Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30am-5:30pm. Thursday 8:30 – 6:00pm., and Saturdays 8:30am -4:30pm. For questions or to make an appointment call 707-939-6070. To send a fax, please dial 707-939-6077.
Dental Clinic Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00am-5:00pm Dental Clinic is not open Saturdays. For questions or to make an appointment call 707-939-6070 #6.
Pharmacy Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:00am-5:30pm Pharmacy is not open Saturdays. For questions or to know if your prescription is ready for pick up call 707-939-2278.
Optometry Clinic Hours: Monday thru Friday 10:00am-6:00pm Optometry is not open Saturdays. For more information call 707-939-6070 #2 or 707-755-7003.
Women, Infant & Children (WIC): The WIC office, ran by Sonoma County, is currently only taking phone appointments. Please call (707) 565-6590 for guidance or to schedule your appointment.
More Info on Coronavirus: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html or call 2-1-1.
Thank you for understanding and patience during this time. Your health and safety are our top concern. Please take care of yourself by practicing proper hygiene and following the recommendations, guidance and instructions of local, state and federal agencies.
Did you know that as of May 1st, 2022, adults 50+, who meet all requirements, including income level, may qualify for Full-Scope Medical regardless of their immigration status? To find out more visit our Medi-Cal Expansion page.
As we continue serving our community through the many challenges of the pandemic, we are excited to reflect on what we accomplished together thus far. To access our Impact Reports 2020/2021 & 2022, please click on the link below.
At Sonoma Valley Community Health Center (SVCHC) we want to provide you with comprehensive care for your optimal health. Often patients see their doctors when care is critical; however, preventative care is available and is “your pathway to good health.” We offer many programs, from early childhood exams, annual physicals, cancer prevention screenings to diabetes management to ensure you have the best health, right now. The following services are now being offered at Sonoma Valley Community Health Center.
Our mission is to provide accessible, quality health care to all of those who need it, especially the underserved.
In addition to medical services, SVCHC offers behavioral health, in-house phlebotomy services, dental clinic, optometry, nutritional counseling, pharmacy services and certified bilingual enrollment professionals to help determine eligibility and enrollment options. We believe in providing quality healthcare to all of our neighbors in the Sonoma Valley.
Call today to learn more about how we can serve you and your loved ones.
We accept Medi-Cal, Medicare and most private insurances. Our Certified Enrollment Counselors offer assistance with a wide range of applications for insurance and other resources including: Covered California, Medi-Cal and CalFresh (Food Stamps).
Sliding Scale Fees
SVCHC offers sliding scale fees to all SVCHC patients based on income and family size. The Sliding Fee Discount Program (SFDP) will be offered to eligible persons based on the client’s ability to pay. Ability to pay is determined by the family size and annual gross income relative to the most recent U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPG).
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Located at 17000 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, CA 95476. Hours M-F 8:30am – 4:00pm. The Hanna Boys Center is for its residents only.