EVAN RAYNER TO DEPART NORTH SONOMA COUNTY HEALTHCARE DISTRICT
AND HEALDSBURG DISTRICT HOSPITAL
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Senior Live Well Event
December 14, 2010
“Living with Arthritus”, presented by John D. Tomasin, MD, Orthopedic
Surgeon. Also, Stacy Powell, PT, DPT, Director of Therapy Services at HDH will give a short presentation on the benefits of physical therapy.
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New CT Scanner at HDH
Thanks to a donation by the Kalmanovitz Charitable Foundation, in conjunction with the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County, Phase 1 of the multi-phased project to re-equip and remodel the entire radiology department began recently at Healdsburg District Hospital. Click here to read more about the new Toshiba Aquillion 64 CT Scanner
The HDH Cafeteria gets a makeover
Healdsburg District Hospital has an epicenter of activity where staff, patients and their families regularly convene: the hospital cafeteria. Now newly remodeled, the cafeteria sports interior upgrades designed to improve the dining experience, not only in appearance but in comfort and usability. Click here to read more about the HDH Cafeteria makeover
Exceeding Expectations: More Than Just Our Tagline
Recently awarded in 2011, Healdsburg District Hospital’s latest Avatar International award is Exceeding Patient Expectations for the year 2011. This is HDH’s third straight year in achieving this award. Click here to read more about HDH’s Avatar Awards
Healdsburg District Hospital is Among Top 10% of Hospitals Nationwide for Joint Replacement Care
The Orthopaedic & Total Joint Replacement Program at Healdsburg District Hospital (HDH), one of HDH’s Centers of Excellence, is among the top 10% of hospitals nationwide for Joint Replacement care.
Dan Rose, MD, Director of Northern California Wound Care recently met with Congressman, Mike Thompson and toured the facility. Northern California Wound Care regularly receives patients who have exhausted all available options for resolving their problem wounds.
Congressman Mike Thompson was impressed with the HDH philosophy that each patient deserves a specialized selection of treatment options to fit their needs and achieve the best possible health outcomes. I think the Congressman and everyone in the area agrees that Northern California Wound Care serves a vital role in many unique health emergency cases in the region.