California Department of Public Health

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital to Reopen After Evacuation

Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, which was forced to evacuate last week as wildfire quickly approached, is slated to reopen Tuesday, according to a hospital spokesperson.

The hospital evacuated patients just days ago when the wildfires swept through the area. On Monday, the health system announced the facility would reopen with full services, including inpatient and emergency care, at 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Sutter said it evacuated 77 patients in six hours, and to reopen, the facility had to undergo a thorough cleaning and pass inspections by both the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development and the California Department of Public Health, hospital officials said.

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