Welcome to Santa Rosa Community Health!
Outstanding, patient-centered care
SRCH has always focused on providing high-quality, sustainable services that treat the whole person. Because of our excellent work to improve quality, SRCH was named a National Quality Leader by the Bureau of Primary Care in 2015. SRCH was also awarded The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for accreditation in early 2013 – the first health center in Sonoma County to earn this accreditation. We were recertified in early 2016 and again in 2018, including certification as a Patient Centered Medical Home. SRCH was also named one of the area’s Best Places to Work by the North Bay Business Journal in 2015, 2016, and 2017.
We are united as Santa Rosa Community Health
- Our eight service locations are united under one name, Santa Rosa Community Health
- We’ve adopted a new tagline: All of us. For all of you.
- We have a beautiful new logo and the updated mobile-friendly website you see here. (srhealth.org).
- Our e-mail addresses have also been shortened to email@example.com. For example, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our new name emphasizes that we are an organization dedicated to the principles of health. Plus, we love our new tagline: All of us. For all of you. It expresses our unity and commitment to service for our patients and our community!
Each one of our sites by referring to its street name, location, or specialty. Here is the full list of our Santa Rosa Community Health campuses:
- Caritas Campus
- Dental Campus
- Dutton Campus
- Elsie Allen Campus
- Lombardi Campus
- Pediatric Campus
- Vista Campus
- Bridge Campus – referral only
What does this change mean in our current political climate?
In the current political environment, many people feel vulnerable and worry about their health care. Fundamental questions are being asked: will I lose my access to health care, and will I be treated with respect for who I am? We welcome all cultures, languages, gender identities, immigration statuses, socio-economic levels, religions, education levels, disabilities, and differences. Empowering people is a crucial part of health and healing. We stand by these values now, more than ever. We proudly hold our place on the front lines of serving those most in need.
Santa Rosa Community Health serves our diverse community by providing excellent, culturally responsive, comprehensive primary care that is accessible to all people. We care for the whole person with compassion and respect. We cultivate a safe, supportive learning environment where employees can do their best work in a way that embraces diversity. We advocate for health care as a human right because it is fundamental to social justice.
Why do we do this?
At Santa Rosa Community Health, we believe health care is a fundamental human right—everyone should have the opportunity for a full and healthy life. Every day, we open our doors to care for patients in a way that honors them and meets their health care needs. We welcome everyone with compassion and respect for their culture, language, identity, and values—no matter what. We do this because each person is unique and deserves to be seen and valued for who they are and the life circumstances that bring them to us. None of us should ever receive anything less than the best care possible.