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    Friends don’t let friends skip their mammograms

    The single best way to stop breast cancer is to detect it early. Self-exams are important, and so is getting regular mammograms. If you haven’t had one lately, consider scheduling one for yourself, and remind a friend to get one too.

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    Preventing stroke and heart attack

    High blood pressure—or hypertension—is a risk factor for stroke and heart attack, as well as other health conditions. Working with your doctor to monitor your blood pressure is one important way to stay on top of your overall health.

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    Need help finding something? Ask our virtual assistant!

    You can now chat with our virtual assistant by clicking the chat icon on the lower right corner of your screen. You can ask questions, check your symptoms, find a location or doctor, and more!

  • A letter to the front lines

    The past year has been one of separation and loss. COVID-19 has taken our livelihoods, our sense of security and our loved ones. Frontline workers have put their lives at risk on a daily basis. And we want to say thank you—Thank you for showing strength in the face of despair. Thank you for giving us care and hope for a better tomorrow. To healthcare workers everywhere: You are heroes, and we are forever grateful.

Charlotte's Story

When Charlotte’s newborn screening came back her parents were given the news that their perfect little girl had PKU. We are so proud of the entire team at Adventist Health Ukiah Valley and their can-do attitude that has made local care possible for Charlotte. Discover Charlotte’s story.

What if we could bring the hospital to your home?

Adventist Health Hospital@Home Learn More

We can.

Adventist Health Hospital@Home enables hospital-level care at home. We provide the technology and an expert care team so you can heal where you’re most comfortable – in your own home, instead of in the hospital.  

Adventist Health Ukiah Valley receives A safety rating for the Fifth time

Adventist Health Ukiah Valley Earns Second “A” Rating for Patient Safety Learn More
“Our patient’s safety is incredibly important to us,” says Judson Howe, president for Adventist Health in Mendocino County. “It’s a big accomplishment to gain a fifth consecutive “A” safety rating and I’m very proud of our team for this achievement. Everyone has really leaned in, especially during the ongoing demand of the pandemic we’ve experienced and provided support and dedication to ensure our hospital remains at the highest level of patient care.”

Thanks to our physicians, nurses and staff, Adventist Health Ukiah Valley earned the nation’s top distinction for patient safety with an “A” from the Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit healthcare ratings organization for the fifth consecutive time. This honor belongs to every one of our team members who care for our patients every day. Congratulations and thank you for all you do to make a difference.

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