Adventist Health has reopened health clinics in Arbuckle, Colusa and Williams after service was interrupted for just one day for staff training. The Colusa and Arbuckle clinics reopened for care on Tuesday, April 26. The Williams clinic will reopen beginning Monday, May 2.
The quick timeline for licensing, training the clinic staff and providers and reopening as Adventist Health has allowed residents of these communities to have minimal disruption in service. The California Department of Public Health, Adventist Health leadership and staff members of the local clinics worked closely to ensure primary care services continued, especially with the recent closure of Colusa Regional Medical Center.
“Adventist Health is very grateful for the warm welcome we have received thus far,” said Jeff Eller, president and chief executive officer of Adventist Health’s Northern California Region. “The providers and staff are exemplary and we couldn’t be more pleased that we will be able to provide the residents of these communities with access to the same great care they’ve come to know and expect.”
“We are thrilled the patients who have come to our clinics for years will continue to experience excellent care,” shared Catrina Vaca, practice administrator for these three clinics. “Our staff has received a very warm welcome from Adventist Health, and we are proud to continue to care for our friends and neighbors.”
The Arbuckle, Colusa and Williams clinics provide primary care services at convenient locations in each community.
■ The Colusa clinic welcomes patients Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Patients can request an appointment by calling 530.458.5003.
■ The Arbuckle clinic welcomes patients Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Patients can request an appointment by calling 530.476.2440.
■ The Williams clinic welcomes patients Monday through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Patients can request an appointment by calling 530.473.5641.