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Russian River Health Center patients continued to get medical care this week at the West County Health Center facilities in Sebastopol and in temporary facilities set up in Guerneville where a fire two weeks ago destroyed the town’s medical clinic. A shuttle van service is also up and rolling to provide patient transportation between Guerneville and Sebastopol.
The Russian River Health Center Team will continue to provide care to patients at various locations in West County. Services are currently being provided at Gravenstein Health Center in Sebastopol and, on a more limited basis, at the St. Joseph Mobile Van stationed in Guerneville and the WCHC Dental Clinic in Guerneville. Access to patient medical records is available at all locations. The Gravenstein Community Health Center is located at 652 Petaluma Ave., Suite H, Sebastopol, CA 95472.
With their 30-year-old community clinic destroyed by an arsonist, medical staff at the Russian River Health Center in Guerneville are scrambling to maintain services to the 3,500 patients who relied on the charred clinic.
Staff members have set up a mobile medical trailer across the street from the fire-gutted clinic to serve patients who cannot drive or find transportation to Sebastopol, where they have temporarily claimed space in two sister clinics.
West County Health Centers is saddened to report that the fire completely destroyed the RRHC building. Russian River Health Center has been a vital source of medical care in our community for more than 40 years and we will rebuild as quickly as possible. We are confident that we will be able to continue to care for all of our patients. Information and Updates are posted regularly on the Health Centers website www.wchealth.org
A string of fires in Guerneville has residents worried about a possible arsonist.
Medical care for the West County Health Center’s Russian River patients will continue in Guerneville and Sebastopol this week despite the devastating Christmas blaze that badly damaged the Guerneville clinic’s medical offices.
A fire that destroyed the Russian River Health Center in downtown Guerneville was intentionally set — the second arson fire of a commercial structure in town in one week, according to fire officials Tuesday.
Guerneville’s Russian River Health Center lost its building to fire early Saturday but officials Monday said services and appointments remained available at other locations.
FIVE Fires in the Russian River town of Guerneville in the last week-and-a-half and two in two days. Is there an arsonist loose in town? A fire blazed through Russian River Health Center early Saturday morning, causing extensive damage and closing down the only medical center in the unincorporated community of Guerneville in Sonoma County. Damage to the clinic was extensive and officials say they wo’t be able to occupy the building until they re-build or move.patients will be sent to a temporary clinic at its nearby Russian River Dental Clinic for urgent care needs. Meanwhile, a total of FOUR other fires in the area have been reported in the last two weeks, including a house fire also during the weekend. Police and fire are suspicious.
Russian River fire officials are expanding their investigation into a string of blazes that destroyed or seriously damaged three homes, a public health center and a shuttered inn over 10 days.