In the Media

Russian River Health Center launching Capital Campaign

August 8, 2017 – in Sonoma West Times & News by Frank Robertson

 Fund raising for Guerneville’s new $10.5 million Russian River Health & Wellness Center planned for First Street, next door to the Guerneville Safeway, kicks off with a capital campaign launch event on Aug. 18.

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Seniors: health care starts at any age

July 13, 2017 – in Sonoma West Times and News - Living Well by Dr. Rhonda Berney

Dr. Rhonda Berney is a Primary Care Provider at Sebastopol Community Health Centers one of West County Health Centers four primary care sites. Call today to ask about your Annual Medicare Wellness Visit with your provider.

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Sonoma Medicine-A Conversation with Jason Cunningham, DO

April 30, 2017 – in Sonoma County Medical Association by Anastasia Coutinho, MD, MHS

 West County Health Centers Chief Medical Officer Jason Cunningham DO, speaks about the importance of innovative patient centered care in the Primary Care setting.

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A welcoming medical home for 15,000 West County residents

April 20, 2017 – in Sonoma West Times and News - Progress Issue by Frank Robertson

 The Russian River Health Center is one of seven West County Health Centers locations that provide primary and preventative medical care and integrated behavioral health services.

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Give Kids a Smile Day "Baby's First Teeth Cleaning"

February 2, 2017 – in Sonoma West Time & News by Aime Windsor

Amanda Gonzalez sat with her mother Mariana as Dr. Edward Chio, Dental Director at the Russian River Dental Clinic, prepared to brush Amanda's teeth on Friday, February 3rd during the annual coutrywide Give Kids a Smile Day.

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Repeal could cut off health coverage for 35k

January 14, 2017 – in Press Democrat by Guy Kovner

Alicia Tighe, pictured above at the Russian River Health Center with Cindy Lewis, MA, who still relies on Medi-Cal for the care she receives at the Russian River Health Center in Guerneville, said lawmakers preparing to repeal Obamacare should be prepared to replace it with something else.  "If they don't do that, there's going to be some serious backlash, because a lot of people are depending on it for their major health care," Tighe said.  "At the doctor's office I go to there's a lot of patients that go there, and it's great care.  It's quality care.  If we dont have (Obamacare), I know that other people wouldn't have access to that type of care.  Neither would I, for that matter."   

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River Health Center finds new site on Russian River

December 9, 2016 – in Sonoma West Times and News by Frank Robertson

When completed, the new clinic will provide about 10,000 square feet of space to house the WCHC Guerneville offices including medical, dental and administrative personnel now working in separate locations on Third Street. 

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West County Health Centers provides opportunity to serve community

December 8, 2016 – in Sonoma West Times and News by Amie Windsor

In an effort to better serve the community, West County Health Centers (WCHC) is expanding its volunteer program and seeks interested community members to help fulfill new roles. 

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Russian River Health Center Ribbon Cutting

October 26, 2016 – in Sonoma County Gazette by Vesta Copestakes

 West County Health Centers has re-opened the Russian River Health Center just 8 months after the fire that devastated our building on December 26, 2015. The large temporary modular medical building opened for service on September 6th 2016 at 16319 Third Street in Guerneville.

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Russian River Health Center Revived

October 12, 2016 – in Sonoma West Times & News by Frank Robertson

The staff cut the ribbon at Guerneville’s Russian River Health Center last week in a ceremony celebrating the new modular clinic opening where a fire destroyed the medical center last December.The new large modular medical building occupies 3300 square feet, including seven exam rooms, a group visit room and a lab.

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