All St. Helena Family Health Centers in Lake County and St. Helena Medical Care – Hidden Valley Lake are fully operational and will be open for their regular hours today, with the exception of the Konocti Wellness Center located on the campus of Lower Lake High School in Lower Lake. Additional outpatient services are also welcoming patients.
St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake on 18th Avenue in the City of Clearlake remains evacuated due to the Clayton Creek Fire. Hospital Incident Command is currently operating on the hospital campus to maintain building security and coordinate preparations to resume patient care. The hospital must receive clearance from the fire department and California Department of Public Health before resuming services. Hospital leaders are in close contact with fire officials and hope to offer patient care services as soon as evacuation orders are lifted for the area.
“I am incredibly proud of our team and thankful for their excellent work during this incident,” says David Santos, President & CEO of St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake. “St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake is proud to serve the Lake County community and we look forward to resuming hospital services as soon as possible.”
Patients may reach the clinics by calling the numbers below.
St. Helena Family Health Center – Clearlake (707-995-4500)
St. Helena Family Health Center – Kelseyville (707-279-8813)
St. Helena Family Health Center – Middletown (707-987-3311)
St. Helena Medical Care – Hidden Valley Lake (707-987-8344)
St. Helena Physical Therapy Center – Clearlake (707-995-4888)
St. Helena Specialty Therapy Center – Clearlake (707-995-4888)
Official information blog for the Lake County Office of Emergency Services