COVID-19 Testing Sites in Northern California

September 1, 2021 Providence News Team

In alignment with the California Department Public Health order and our commitment to the safety of our patients and caregivers, Providence in Northern California has developed a visitor policy at our acute care hospitals that allows for some limited exceptions for visitation while maintaining the safety of our patients, visitors and caregivers.

For those visitors that meet the exemptions and are visiting patients in non-emergent situations, the California Public Health Order also requires that allowed visitors show proof of vaccination or provide negative test results within 72-hours of visitation. 

Please find below links to testing site information for the counties of Humboldt, Napa and Sonoma. The electronic version of the current visitor policy can be found on the home page for each of our Northern California hospitals - Providence Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Providence Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Providence St. Joseph Hospital, Providence  Redwood Memorial Hospital, Petaluma Valley Hospital, and Healdsburg Hospital. 

For further information on the Public Health Order testing requirements for visitors, please visit the CDPH website.

COVID-19 testing sites in Northern California

Humboldt County

https://humboldtgov.org/2787/Test-Registration

Napa County

https://www.countyofnapa.org/2963/Testing-Locations

Sonoma County

https://socoemergency.org/emergency/novel-coronavirus/testing-and-tracing/

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