Dr. Anderson retired in 2011 from 38 years of practice in Healdsburg where he served three terms as Chief of Medical Staff with Healdsburg District Hospital. Since retirement he has remained active in community healthcare in a variety of ways, including chairperson of the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County in 2012. He has been involved in fundraising throughout his career, and was co-chair of the Hospital Revitalization Campaign that netted $14.5 million for the hospital.
In 2014, Dr. Anderson was instrumental in raising the age for purchase of tobacco products to 21 in Healdsburg.
In 2018, Dr. Anderson was the honoree of the prestigious Community Health Advocate Award presented by the Healthcare Foundation Northern Sonoma County.
Dr. Anderson’s long history with our community, his vast experience in the healthcare field and his commitment to advocacy are just a few of the assets he brings to the District Board.
He and his wife Cathy currently reside in Geyserville.