Healdsburg District Hospital (HDH) was founded in 1905 and is now operated by the North Sonoma County Healthcare District (NSCHD). The district was formed in 2001 and began operating the hospital in 2002. Governance is by a five-member, publicly elected board, each serving four-year terms.
The North Sonoma County Healthcare District and Healdsburg District Hospital continue to enjoy immense community support, with voters in the district twice approving parcel tax measures to fund hospital operations.
The North Sonoma County Healthcare District is mainly comprised of Windsor, Healdsburg, Geyserville, Cloverdale and the surrounding areas, totaling approximately 60,000 residents. The hospital currently serves over 10,000 patients a year.