Healthy Petaluma is a healthcare district and foundation that works to make southern Sonoma County a place where everyone has access to equitable health and wellness services. Through program funding, targeted initiatives, education, director services like CPR training, supporting our non-profit community, and working with Petaluma Valley Hospital’s operator to ensure continued local access to acute and emergency health care services, Healthy Petaluma exists to make sustainable improvement and foster a healthier community for all.
Healthy Petaluma spearheaded and brought the Blue Zones Project to Petaluma. The City of Petaluma and Providence Health has partnered with Healthy Petaluma to move the transformational well-being initiative forward.
The City of Petaluma is dedicated to the well-being of its community members. With a focus on five main goals: 1) a city that works for everyone; 2) an economy that prospers; 3) an environmental legacy we can be proud of; 4) a safe community that thrives; 5) spaces & places that inspire, the City has partnered with Blue Zones to serve these goals and make the healthy choice the easy choice, improving well-being for all Petalumans.
Petaluma Valley Hospital is a secular member of the Providence health system, ensuring patients have local access to vital, high-quality medical services, including a 24/7 emergency room. Our comprehensive inpatient, outpatient, and community outreach services provide expert care close to home. As an advocate for vulnerable populations and needed reforms in health care, Providence is committed to high-quality, compassionate health care for everyone – regardless of coverage or ability to pay.