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Petaluma Valley Hospital

Your generous philanthropy brings healthcare innovation, new equipment, leading-edge programs, and physician specialists to serve and uplift our friends and neighbors.
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Your Help Builds a Strong Community


A gift to Petaluma Valley Hospital ensures that our friends, family, and neighbors have access to life-saving care—24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Your giving funds programs, services and equipment not typically covered by the hospital’s operating revenue, including modern technology and new construction.

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Our Impact

A gift to Petaluma Valley Hospital ensures the highest quality care is available close by for the people you love.

Close to Home

It can be stressful to have surgery far from home, from arranging travel to ensuring loved ones are close by during your recovery. At PVH, you receive expert care in your community.

Family Birth Center

More than 400 babies are born at the Petaluma Valley Hospital Family Birth Center each year.  We are committed to the highest standards of excellence for moms, babies, and their families. PVH consistently ranks among the most successful hospitals in California for rates of in-hospital breastfeeding.  We’re proud to have received recognition as a Baby-Friendly birth facility.



Our surgeons are experts in their field and offer the the highest quality surgical services to you and your family.


Our Philanthropic Needs

  • CT scanner

    CT Scanner

    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.
  • Capital Upgrades

    Goal: $100,000
    With nearly 19,000 Emergency Department visits every year, PVH has stayed ahead of the curve with life-saving advances. The Emergency Department is the primary gateway to our hospital. We are planning a series of upgrades to the ED’s physical environment to better ensure dignity, privacy, safety and comfort for patients and their families.
  • Patient Stabilizer

    Patient Stabilizer

    Goal: $5,300
    This patient stabilizer is used in the physical therapy department to assist patients perform sit-to-stand transfers throughout the day. Sara Stedy enables caregivers to assist sit-to-stand tasks for patients of different sizes and clinical assessments.
  • Fetal Heart Rate Monitors

    Goal: $40,000
    During late pregnancy and during labor, it is sometimes important to monitor the fetal heart rate, measure contractions, rate, intensity as well as other functions. Fetal heart rate monitoring is a method of checking the rate, rhythm, and the presence or absence of accelerations (increases) or decelerations (decreases) of the fetal heartbeat. This monitoring is extremely important if the fetus is not getting enough oxygen or there are other problems indicating that an emergency cesarean delivery is needed.
  • Area of Greatest Need

    Your gift makes a real difference in the lives of those in need. Help Petaluma Valley Hospital Foundation remain flexible and responsive to the needs of our shared community. 100% of your donation supports program, physician expertise or the purchase of new technology.