After Local Hours Sources

Go to After Hours Guidelines

Local Sources of After Hours Health Care

Items listed are for informational purposes only & don't represent an endorsement by SSU or its personnel.

24-hour Hospital Emergency Services

Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital:
1165 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa
707 546-3210
Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa
30 Mark West Springs Road, Santa Rosa
707 576-4040
Petaluma Valley Hospital:
400 North McDowell Blvd., Petaluma
707 778-1111
Kaiser Permanente Hospitals & Clinics
Advice Line & Appts: 707 571-4044
Santa Rosa location: 401 Bicentennial Way
Rohnert Park clinic (daytime only):
5900 State Farm Dr. - 707 206-3044

Sonoma County Mental Health Services

Psychiatric Emergency Services:
3322 Chanate Road, Santa Rosa
707 576-8181 or 1-800-746-8181
Alcohol Detoxification & Treatment
Orenda Center: 707 565-7460
1430 Neotomas, Santa Rosa

Urgent Care Centers

Urgent Care Cntr - Rohnert Park - Memorial Hosp. affiliate
1450 Medical Center Drive, Rohnert Park
707 584-0672

Urgent Care Cntr - Santa Rosa - Memorial Hosp. affiliate

925 Corporate Center Parkway, Suite A. Santa Rosa
707 543-2000

Community Outpatient &/or Family Planning Clinics:(Sliding Scale)

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers - S. Rosa
Southwest:751 Lombardi Ct. 707 547-2222
Vista: 3569 Round Barn Cir. 707 303-3600
Petaluma Health Center
1179 N. McDowell Blvd. Petaluma
707 559-7500
Women's Health Specialists
3317 Chanate Road, Suite 2C, Santa Rosa
707 537-1171
Planned Parenthood - Santa Rosa
1140 Sonoma Ave. Building 3, Santa Rosa
Local Referral Services:
Sonoma County Medical Assn: 707 525-4265
Redwood Empire Dental Society: 707 546-7275
Local Agencies w/24-hour hotlines:
Verity (Sexual Assault support): 707 545-7273
Psych Emergency Services: 800 746-8181
Social Advocates for Youth: 800 544-3299

Please Note:
SSU Student Health Center Hours are M-F
8am - 5pm excluding campus holidays & closures.

SHC Summer Hours, services & fees may vary.

Students should be prepared to seek off-campus services when medical needs fall outside the scope, staffing, or hours of SHC operation as well as once the student is no longer regularly enrolled at SSU.

Individuals are financially responsible for their own off-campus health care. It is often more cost effective to seek non-emergency care at a community clinic or urgent care center rather than a hospital emergency room.

Regularly enrolled SSU students are eligible to receive basic medical services at other CSU Student Health Centers during the regular academic year.

Dial 911 for emergencies

SSU students may call the Student Health Center at 707 664-2921 for non-emergency care during regular operating hours, for information or an appointment.

View a map of local after hour emergency locations (pdf)