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St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake is now Adventist Health Clear Lake

News July 10, 2017 (Clearlake, Calif.) – For twenty years, Adventist Health has provided faith-based whole-person care to the residents of Lake County, most recently under the name St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake. The organization unveiled a new mission, vision, values, and brand direction in March and now has permission from the California Department of Public Health to use its new name: Adventist Health Clear Lake. 

As Adventist Health Clear Lake, the organization now has a name more closely aligned to its identity and the location it serves. Community members will see changes to signage as well as external advertising in the coming months. The names of the rural health clinics in Lake County have also changed. Instead of St. Helena Family Health Centers, these clinics will now be known as Adventist Health Clear Lake Medical Offices. 

As a more closely connected health system, Adventist Health will be able to share our successes with each other to ensure that communities in California, Oregon and Hawaii get the best care available and have the excellent experience they deserve—every time. This is especially true in Lake County, where Adventist Health Clear Lake has committed to a collaborative vision of transforming the health experience, outcomes and status of our community. 

“Our mission to inspire health, wholeness and hope has never been as vibrant as now, as we expand services, welcome new providers and invest in community wellness,” said David Santos, President and CEO. “We are proud to fully embrace our identity as Adventist Health and specific calling to the areas around beautiful Clear Lake.”