Who We Service

Adventist Health Ukiah Valley serves more than 27,570 residents from Ukiah, Willits, Redwood Valley, Hopland, Calpella, Potter Valley, Ft. Bragg, Laytonville and Boonville.

Population by Ethnic Group

  • 72.1% Caucasian
  • 27.7% Hispanic
  • 14.8% Multi-race
  • 3.7% Native American
  • 1.1% African American

Unique Challenges of Our Rural Community

The medical team at Adventist Health Ukiah Valley has a unique calling. We’re united by a passion to live our mission and serve and heal our community. That said, our community has some unique challenges. It isn’t uncommon for rural patients to have to travel farther to get to the hospital. Sometimes with those long travel times, preventative care falls by the wayside. Patients may not have access to prevention programs and specialists to meet their needs.

Our family medicine residents should not only be aware of the unique challenges of our rural community, but ready to embrace them in light of the important work we are doing. We love our hospital and the community we serve.​​​​

Street Medicine in Ukiah Valley

The strength of the Adventist Health Mission is exemplified in the Adventist Health Ukiah Valley Street Medicine Program. Founded in 2016, the program provides direct care to the underserved via a free mobile clinic. This health care model operates from a whole person perspective, offering mental health and outreach services and medical care.