Sonoma County

Many of the patients referred to OA live in rural areas in Sonoma, often work in agriculture, and have no health insurance benefits through their employers. Since Operation Access began serving residents of Sonoma County in 2001, 1088 patients have received donated surgical and specialty care.

Currently, five medical centers, four medical groups, 95 active medical volunteers, and twelve referring community clinics participate in our program. In addition, Operation Access is proud to collaborate with the Sonoma County Medical Association's Specialty Access Initiative, whose mission is to improve access to specialty care among the low-income population in Sonoma County.


View OA's network of community clinics, medical centers and active volunteers.

Staff Contact:
Daniel Rabkin – Program Manager, North Bay
p: (415) 733-0004
f: (415) 733-0019

Tools for Partner clinics: 
For information on the scope of outpatient services provided through OA, please view our procedures list.

For eligibility guidelines and referral forms, please click here for a fax form and click here for an on-line form.

Kaiser Permanente Surgery Sessions 2014
TBD

Medical volunteers warmly welcomed!
We especially need General Surgeons, Orthopedists, Ophthalmologists, Gastroenterologists and Urologists. Let us know if you are a physician or know a physician who may be interested in making a difference in someone's life!


Updates
The Sonoma County Medical Association honored OA with its 2011 Special Award for Recognition of Achievement on December 1, 2011. 

At the dinner, OA presented awards to outstanding Sonoma County volunteers
Drs. Richard Auld, David Quenelle and Henry Flores, and Marlene Russell, RN.

Profile of OA patient, sheep rancher, Michael Tocci, Sonoma West Time and News; Healdsburg
Tribune, August 18, 2011. To read full article, please click here.

Santa Rosa Community Health Center, formerly Southwest, has constructed a new building for
their Vista campus. Vista Family Health Center provides comprehensive primary care and mental
health services. It is affiliated with the Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program, which provides a post-graduate medical education to 36 family practice residents.

Petaluma Health Center has constructed a new state of the art building. The clinic provides primary medical care and mental health services to residents of the Petaluma area, and has comprehensive women’s health services.

What's New!
  • Congratulations to Laura Norton, M.D. for being selected as one of the Forty under 40 by the North Bay Business Journal for her volunteer work with Operation Access.  Click here to learn more.