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Creating a continuum of care for highly vulnerable populations

James, a 55-year old man with Type 1 diabetes and a dependency on alcohol, was admitted to the emergency room for a collapsed lung following an assault ....
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Waterfront recovery services improves community wellness

Humboldt County, the northern most county of California, has some of the highest rates in the state of drug and alcohol related outcomes including liver disease, suicide, unintentional motor vehicle injuries and drug overdoses ....
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Mobile health clinic brings healthcare to homeless shelters

St. Joseph Health, Sonoma County’s Mobile Health Clinic serves those who don't have access to health insurance coverage, providing treatment for minor medical conditions, screenings, physicals, immunizations and connecting patients to ....
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About St. Joseph Health in Northern California

St. Joseph Health, Northern California is a not-for-profit provider of integrated health care. The organizations founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, established their first hospital in Eureka, California in 1920. Our hospitals include: Queen of the Valley Medical Center (Napa County), St. Joseph Hospital and Redwood Memorial Hospital (Humboldt County), and Petaluma Valley Hospital and Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital (Sonoma County). These five hospitals work collaboratively with other hospitals within the Providence St. Joseph Health family of organizations, as well as with numerous outpatient facilities, affiliated physicians, and St. Joseph Health Medical Group providers, to ensure individuals receive the highest level of care, close to home.