SEBASTOPOL, Calif. (PRWEB)
May 17, 2018
On Monday, May 7, 2018, the Palm Drive Health Care District Board of Directors announced the issuance of a Request for Proposal for the sale of Sonoma West Medical Center. The District Board, at this time wants to research potential buyers for the hospital.
Supporting the operations of the hospital continues to be a struggle reports Alanna Brogan, Executive Director of the Palm Drive Health Care District. “We continue to look for ways to bring in more revenue, including more aggressively marketing Sonoma West’s services and have completed an upgrade to our revenue cycle which has improved the finances significantly.
The District Board believes that the hospital remains viable, but also feels that an organization with strong finances and management experience in the medical field could best realize the potential for Sonoma West Medical Center.
Those interested in the Request for Proposal (RFP) should contact Alanna Brogan, Executive Director, at (707) 823- 3682 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Sonoma West
Sonoma West Medical Center is a 37-bed acute care hospital in Sebastopol, California, 60 miles north of San Francisco. Sonoma West Medical Center offers quality health care in a comfortable suburban environment. The hospital provides basic and advanced medical care, state-of-the-art technologies and ground breaking innovations in specialty fields, including Cardiopulmonary Services, Clinical Laboratory and Pathology Services, Emergency Department, Hospitalist Services, Intensive Care Unit, Medical Imaging, Medical/Surgical Services, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation Services and Social Work Services.
About the Palm Drive Health Care District
Based in Sebastopol, California, the Palm Drive Health Care District is the west county’s community health resource, committed to providing quality health care services to all residents of western Sonoma County. The Palm Drive Health Care District owns Sonoma West Medical Center, formerly Palm Drive Hospital. The District was formed in April 2000 and is a government entity of the State of California. It serves 50,000 people who live in western Sonoma County, including the communities of Sebastopol, Graton, Forestville, Bodega Bay, Carmet, Salmon Creek, Jenner, Duncan’s Mills, Guerneville, Occidental, Freestone, Rio Nido, Monte Rio, Guernewood Park, Summerhome, and Mirabel Park.
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