Sponsor: Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital
Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, a Sutter Health affiliate, has been the program's primary sponsor since 1996. Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa and it's predecessor, Community Hospital, have been providing high quality care to Sonoma County residents for 130 years.
The hospital provides the primary resident training experiences in the majority of inpatient experiences during residency. Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital opened a new, state-of-the-art, environmentally conscientious medical facility in October of 2014 with a vision of providing excellent, high quality, 21st century care to all our patients. The hospital currently has 121 licensed beds and offers a full range of emergency, ambulatory, and inpatient services. The hospital has an active obstetrics unit averaging 140 delivers per month, a high-risk OB program, the community's highest level neonatal intensive care unit, and a 16 bed ICU.
Santa Rosa Community Health
Santa Rosa Community Health (SRCH), has been the residency's partner since 2007, operating the Vista Family Health Center. Here, residents practice their continuity patient care and receive the majority of their outpatient training experience.
SRCH operates nine primary care sites in the Santa Rosa area. The residency and SRCH work together toward the mission of excellence in residency education, patient care, service, and community involvement that has defined the residency since its inception.
Kaiser Medical Center and The Permanente Medical Group have provided educational support to the Sutter Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency since 2006. Kaiser employs a small number of our residency core faculty and offers experiences in sports medicine, musculoskeletal care, geriatrics, and other subspecialties.
University of California, San Francisco
The University of California, San Francisco, through the School of Medicine's Department of Family and Community Medicine, is the residency program's academic affiliate.
The mutual commitment to training family physicians has existed via affiliation agreements since 1969. Residency faculty are given UCSF teaching appointments, and both residents and faculty have access to UCSF academic resources as members of its medical community. Core faculty regularly participate in the academics and faculty development of the department.
Sonoma County Department of Public Health
The Sonoma County Department of Public Health employs a number of graduates from the residency program. As a result, these physicians and community leaders lend their specialized skills to the education of residents as well as residency educational programs in general. In addition, residents spend a portion of their leadership rotations at various sites run by the Department of Public Health.
Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods
Sutter Medical Group of the Redwoods (SMGR) is also a long-time partner of the residency, from where the teaching faculty group sprung from its roots. Today, the Group continues to employ the majority of the residency faculty. Many of the physicians in the Group have active roles teaching in the hospital and in ambulatory care settings and work to provide outstanding clinical education for our residents.
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital/UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital/UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital is where residents complete their inpatient pediatric training. Pediatric patients from the residents' practice at Santa Rosa Community Health are admitted when inpatient care is needed. Fully staffed with pediatric hospitalists, the unit has capacity for 12 beds and provides general pediatric care for children in the North Bay and beyond. Additional pediatric services include a Level II Trauma Unit ad UCSF Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.