Excellent Care Close to Home

Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundation

Together we save lives and improve our community's health.
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Our Impact

41 Years
Of Compassionate Care
$7.5M Raised
Since Founding in 2004
19,000 Visits
Annually at the Emergency Department
400 Babies
Born Annually

Our Funding Priorities

Now matter how you choose to give, we will make sure your gift changes lives. Learn more about a few of our priority funding initiatives.

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    CT Scanner

    Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundation
    High-quality imaging saves lives. You can help us provide better patient care and save more lives when you support PVH Foundation's $1.5 million campaign for a new Siemens SOMATOM Definition Edge 128-Slice Computerized Tomography (CT) scanner.
  • Emergency and Surgical Services

    Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundation
    The caregivers in our Emergency Department care for a wide variety of acutely ill and injured adults and children - from broken arms to heart attack. And our highly trained surgeons provide a variety of generalized and specialty inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures in the comfort of our local hospital.
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    Help Us Grow

    Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundation
    Philanthropy ensures that exceptional care is available in our community. Your gifts allow us to respond when our hospital, patients, and community need us. 100% of your donation supports program, physician expertise or the purchase of new technology.
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A Moooo-ving Donation

Clover Sonoma commits over $100,000 to Petaluma Valley Hospital for ventilators and critical medical supplies.

Clover Sonoma, a third-generation family-owned and operated dairy, today announced its commitment to donate more than $100,000 to Petaluma Valley Hospital to provide ventilators and critical medical supplies. During this time of need, the company is encouraging other companies and donors to support their local hospitals — giving patients the care they deserve and helping to protect the healthcare workers who serve their communities.

“This is a healthcare crisis that is impacting communities across the world,” said Clover Sonoma CEO Marcus Benedetti. “We need to do what we can to step up and support those in the most dire need and that starts in our own backyard. Our local hospitals need ventilators, protective equipment, scrubs, and medical supplies to sustain the increasing patient population. We want to help save lives, but we can’t do this alone. We need the contributions of our community and other local businesses to act NOW and GIVE, in order to protect our families, friends, co-workers, and neighbors.”

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