California hospital resumes services for elective procedures after wildfire

The hospital reopened Nov. 5 for full inpatient and emergency care services after having been evacuated for nine days

November 11, 2019

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital on resumed providing services for patients awaiting elective procedures, according to an article on the North Bay Business Journal website.

The hospital reopened Nov. 5 for full inpatient and emergency care services after having been evacuated for nine days during the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County,. 

The hospital began evacuating Oct. 26,  with hospital staff transferring nearly 90 patients to other locations.

Santa Rosa Medical Center also reopened to patients after evacuation.

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