Changes to our outpatient labs take effect March 18, 2024

March 18, 2024 Providence News Team

Dear valued laboratory customer,

As of March 18, 2024, the Providence lab at Doyle Park (500 Doyle Park, Suite G01 in Santa Rosa) and Lynch Creek (110 Lynch Creek Way, Suite B in Petaluma) will close. However, certain specialized laboratory services will continue to be offered at our 121 Sotoyome Street location or Petaluma Valley Hospital as directed by your physician, including:

  • STAT (urgent) laboratory testing for hematology/oncology patients when ordered by a hematology/oncology physician
  • Transfusion services
  • Pre-surgical testing within 72 hours of admission

What location options will I have for outpatient lab specimen collection?
Other commercial providers that specialize in lab services, such as Labcorp and Quest
Diagnostics, have nearby locations, including:

1111 Sonoma Ave. Ste 121 and 112
Santa Rosa, CA 95405

153 Lynch Creek Way
Petaluma, CA 94954

Quest Diagnostics
990 Sonoma Ave. Ste 18A
Santa Rosa, CA 95404

1550 Professional Dr. Ste B
Petaluma, CA 94954

How will I schedule an appointment at the lab where I am referred?
Your primary care physician will refer you to a lab and submit the order directly to the lab or provide you with paperwork to bring with you. You can then go to the lab’s website to schedule an appointment or do a walk-in if the lab provides this option. For your convenience, here are the websites for the two major providers of lab services in this community, where you can schedule an appointment and access more information about their services and locations: 


How will I get my lab results?
If your physician has submitted your laboratory orders electronically, your results should appear in your MyChart account. All other patients should check with their physician regarding their lab results.

We will help you during this transition.
If you have questions, you can ask your physician or one of our laboratory caregivers. In addition, a call-in number--707-525-5270--will be active starting March 18, where members of the community can get questions answered.

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