• Dr Jared Garrison-Jakel
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  • Dr. Penny Applegarth
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  • Dr. Bromer with patient at Sebastopol Community Health Center
  • Sundari Salman with patient
  • Dr Jared Garrison-Jakel
  • IMG_3411.Dental.1.27.17.web
  • 3483.Surani-RRHC-Mod.1.27.17.web
  • Dr. Penny Applegarth
  • tory w patient.letter
  • Jason doctoring
  • IMG_5288
  • Rain-w-patient.41.3.4.web
  • .Jared-w-patient.RRHC.web
  • IMG_9141_cropped
  • IMG_5843
  • Dr. Bromer with patient at Sebastopol Community Health Center
  • Sundari Salman with patient
  • Dr Jared Garrison-Jakel
  • IMG_3411.Dental.1.27.17.web
  • 3483.Surani-RRHC-Mod.1.27.17.web
  • Dr. Penny Applegarth
  • tory w patient.letter
  • Jason doctoring
  • IMG_5288
  • Rain-w-patient.41.3.4.web
  • .Jared-w-patient.RRHC.web
  • IMG_9141_cropped
  • IMG_5843
  • Dr. Bromer with patient at Sebastopol Community Health Center
  • Sundari Salman with patient

Providing comprehensive, quality and accessible health care services to the communities of Western Sonoma County.

We are a cohesive team of health care providers, support staff and volunteers dedicated to wellness, compassion, affordability and excellence of care. We believe in non-judgmental and equal care for all members of our diverse community.


Coronavirus Information

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West County Health Centers is working closely with local, state and federally agencies during this coronavirus pandemic. Please refer to the links below for up to date information.

Prevention is key.  These practical measures have been shown to reduce transmission:

*Physical Distancing is the most effective way to prevent the spread.

*Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

*Stay home when you are sick.

*Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or sleeve. Then throw the tissue in the trash.

*Keep your hands clean.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; when hands are visibly dirty; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

*Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

*Clean and disinfect surfaces and frequently touched objects (such as your cell phone) using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.

*Get your flu shot to protect against flu if you have not done so this year.

  • Fewer people getting ill frees up medical resources
  • Avoiding the flu will help keep your immune system healthy

*Wear a face covering whenever you leave home for an essential activity

  • People without symptoms may be infected for 48 hours before they feel sick.
    • Wearing a face covering helps make sure you are not unknowingly infecting others.
    • This covering may be a fabric mask, scarf, bandanna, T-shirt, sweatshirt or towel.
    • Facial coverings should be multiple layers and fit snugly.
    • Homemade face coverings can be made of a variety of materials, such as cotton, silk or linen.
  • Surgical masks, unexpired N95 masks and other essential protective equipment is not recommended for everyday use. Hospital-grade medical masks such as N-95 or surgical masks purchase should be for health care workers in clinical settings and first responders.

Local Sonoma County Information including where and how to get tested:

SoCo Emergency
https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/

And for information using a mobile phone:
Call: 211
OR
Text: 211211
Message: Covid
Follow directions and you will get information sent to your mobile phone.

National information from Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Excellent and practical information including fliers/posters/FAQs :

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html 

Practical Information for people living with HIV and covid-19:

COVID-19 Information For People Living with HIV

Proporcionar servicios integrales, la calidad y los servicios de salud accesibles a las comunidades del oeste del condado de Sonoma.

Somos un equipo cohesionado de profesionales de la salud, personal de apoyo y voluntarios dedicados al bienestar, la compasión, la asequibilidad y la excelencia de la atención.

Las preguntas sobre los cambios de seguro de salud que vienen su manera bajo la ley de protección asequible? Ver el vídeo en esta página para una visión general.

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