About Measure CC

Measure CC is a local ballot measure seeking voter approval on a tentative agreement reached between the Petaluma Health Care District, the governing body of Petaluma Valley Hospital, and NorCal HealthConnect, LLC, a secular (non-religious) affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health.

Voters living in the Petaluma Health Care District will see the following Measure on their ballot regarding the agreement reached between the two parties:

Measure CC (Yes/No Question):
To assure continued operation of Petaluma Valley Hospital as an acute care hospital with 24/7 walk-in basic emergency care for a minimum of 20 years, shall the Petaluma Health Care District enter into an agreement to sell Petaluma Valley Hospital to NorCal HealthConnect, LLC, a secular affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health, for $52.6 million, per the terms approved by Resolution 20-05 adopted August 6, 2020?

As you learn more about Measure CC, below are some key reasons to vote YES on CC:

  1. Ensures Petaluma Valley Hospital (PVH) will remain open as an acute care hospital with a 24/7 emergency room for at least 20 years;
  2. Maintains all current operations and medical services with no increase in taxes;
  3. Ensures Southern Sonoma County has a local hospital, which is more important than ever amidst the pandemic and allows Petaluma-area residents including Kaiser patients, to be treated locally during a medical emergency instead of having to drive to Santa Rosa or Marin County;
  4. Continues charity care for low-income residents who may not afford to be seen without the charitable care offered at PVH;
  5. Supports hundreds of local jobs in the community and provides an opportunity for PVH medical professionals and employees to keep their jobs at comparable or better compensation;
  6. Provides significant resources from the sale of the hospital for the District to address important community health priorities, from senior wellness and mental health to homelessness;
  7. Preserves local representation on the Petaluma Health Care District Board and a new Community Board that will be established by NorCal HealthConnect.

About the Yes on Measure CC campaign

In the November 3, 2020 election, voters in the Petaluma Health Care District will be asked whether or not to approve an agreement to sell Petaluma Valley Hospital and its assets for $52.6 million dollars to NorCal HealthConnect, LLC, a secular (non-religious) affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

As the campaign unfolds and through public informational meetings hosted by the Petaluma Health Care District, we’ve heard a variety of questions regarding the future of Petaluma Valley Hospital. Find answers to some of the most commonly-asked questions here.

Ad paid for by Yes on CC, Petaluma Citizens for Quality Healthcare, sponsored by Western HealthConnect and its affiliate, NorCal HealthConnect.

Committee major funding from Providence St. Joseph Health.