Community Outreach

For Our Community

St. Joseph Health Sonoma County believes strongly in supporting the community; this is because we believe that it should be our goal not only to meet the health needs of our individual patients, but to also help the neighborhood around us. As a values-based organization, we strive to uphold the core values that we have set out for ourselves. These include Dignity, Service, Excellence and Justice.

Reports in the Community

Your feedback is important to us. Please comment on our FY14 CHNA and FY15-FY17 Implementation Strategy Reports by emailing Daniel.Schurman@stjoe.org.

Community Health Needs Assessment and FY15-17 Community Benefit Plan and Reports

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital

Petaluma Valley Hospital

St. Joseph Health System

We are excited to share with you the 2016 SJH Community Partnerships Annual Report: Serving the Dear Neighbor, A Legacy of Caring. This report describes some of the many ways St. Joseph Health seeks to improve the wellbeing of our communities, not only through care for the poor and traditional charity care, but through grant initiatives from the SJH Community Partnerships Fund that support nonprofit organizations working for the common good. 2016 also marks the 30th anniversary of the Community Partnerships Fund, which has provided more than $216.5 million in grant funding since its inception in 1986.

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St. Joseph Health Community Partnerships Annual Report


Community Health Needs Assessment and FY12-14 Community Benefit Plan and Reports

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital

Petaluma Valley Hospital

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) (501r aligned)

Community Benefit Plan

You may or may not be aware that thousands of people across Sonoma County have neither the money nor the transportation to access the basic medical services most of us take for granted. This problem is huge and growing: Children need cavities to be filled, moms-to-be need prenatal care, and senior citizens need healthcare services. Last year we invested nearly $2.3 million in free community outreach programs for people who have nowhere else to turn. We will not reduce this commitment, because it is a core value of our institution and part of the fabric of our mission.
Community Benefit Plan

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