Join Us – Support Measure CC!

Organizations and Elected Officials:

  • Petaluma Argus-Courier
  • The Press Democrat
  • North Bay Leadership Council
  • Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Sonoma County Democratic Party
  • Sonoma County Republican Party
  • Petaluma Emergency Physicians Medical Corp
  • Sonoma County Supervisor David Rabbitt
  • Petaluma City Councilmember Mike Healy
  • Petaluma City Councilmember Kevin McDonnell
  • Petaluma City Councilmember Gabe Kearney
  • Petaluma City Councilmember Dave King
  • Petaluma City Councilmember Kathy Miller
  • Former Petaluma City Councilmember Karen Nau
  • Petaluma Planning Commissioner Scott Alonso
  • SRJC Trustee Maggie Fishman
  • Former SRJC Trustee Kathleen Doyle
  • ~Partial List~

Community Leaders and Local Residents:

  • Cathy Perry Bachman
  • Ron Badaglia
  • Stacey Badaglia
  • Lisa Baddeley
  • Mike Baddeley
  • Andrea Barella
  • John Barella
  • Ron Bausman
  • Jim Bender
  • Dan Benedetti
  • Joanie Benedetti
  • Marcus Benedetti
  • Brian Breem
  • Gary Brody
  • Heidi Brody
  • Angie Burleson
  • James Burleson
  • Laura Lee Burns
  • Gary Callahan
  • Al Ceronne
  • Margaret Ceronne
  • Dr. Jonathan Choe
  • Frank Chong
  • Dr. Julie Clark
  • Father Michael Culligan
  • John Dado
  • Sharon Dado
  • Kerry Mahoney Davison
  • Mark Debernardinas
  • Father Bill Donahue
  • Phoebe Ellis
  • Chris Elzi
  • Joanne Ferris
  • Mike Ferris
  • Andrew Fishman
  • Bill Fishman
  • Lee Fishman
  • Ned Foley
  • Sally Foley
  • Dr. Loren Fong
  • Lena Furlong
  • Amy Gilchrist
  • Todd Gilchrist
  • Dick Ghilotti
  • Kevin Ghilotti
  • Mike Ghilotti
  • Dayna Wilson Ghiradelli
  • Bob Giacomini
  • Carol Giacomini
  • Joe Giacomini
  • Sheelah Giacomini
  • Toby Giacomini
  • Rick Gorman
  • Alicia Hansel
  • Matthew Harris
  • AJ Hennessy
  • Meredith Hennessy
  • Steve Henris
  • Marilyn Herzog
  • Trent Herzog
  • Elias Hussary
  • Matthew Jackson
  • LeAnn James
  • Kevin Jones
  • Carol King
  • Jack King
  • Lynn King
  • Peg King
  • Andrea Krout
  • Nicole Landry
  • Charlie Leoni
  • Nancy Leoni
  • Carol Ann Libarle
  • Barbara Lind
  • Mitch Lind
  • Father Gary Lombardi
  • Colleen Mahoney
  • Dave Martinelli
  • Nicole Marzo
  • Richard Marzo
  • Kathi McDill
  • Todd Mendoza
  • Robert Merwin
  • Virginia Merwin
  • Dr. Adamane Lalith Mohan
  • Mike Moretti
  • Monique Moretti
  • Melissa Morris
  • Russ Morris
  • Lyndsey Murnin
  • Cynthia Murray
  • Roger Nelson
  • Mark Nizibian
  • Ramona Nizibian
  • Ray Nizibian
  • Onita Pelligrini
  • Dr. John Pendleton
  • Dr. Harendra Punatar
  • Larry Peter
  • Jim Petnick
  • Gina Petnick
  • Rosa Perez
  • Jane Person
  • Jamie Pottorff
  • Jeff Pottorff
  • Kevin Pottorff
  • Jane Rabbitt
  • Janet Ramatici
  • Paul Ramatici
  • Dr. Rajina Ranadive
  • Kara Reposa
  • Cindy Reynolds
  • Rich Reynolds
  • Jennifer Richardson
  • Laura Rodrigo
  • Keith Romstad
  • Lynn Romstad
  • Tasha Sanderson
  • Troy Sanderson
  • Gayle Sarlatte
  • Ken Savano
  • Shana Seaman
  • Mark Soiland
  • Abraham Solar
  • Katherine Lattimore Stern
  • Laurel Stricklin
  • Leah Thayer
  • Matt Thomas
  • Mike Tomasini
  • Lori Torkelson
  • Rick Torkelson
  • Art Wagner
  • Craig Walker
  • Dr. Christopher Walter
  • Kano Walker
  • Dr. Mike Witte
  • Yi Yang
  • Karen Zikora
  • Pete Zikora
  • ~Partial List~

Supporters

Dr. Rajina Ranadive, M.D.

“Petaluma Valley Hospital is a lifeline for many. To keep our hospital and emergency room open, please join me and Petaluma-area physicians in voting Yes on Measure CC.”

- Dr. Rajina Ranadive, M.D.
Petaluma Resident and Physician

"As a lifelong Petaluma resident, I know how important it is to have a local hospital open in our community during medical emergencies. Measure CC ensures our award-winning local hospital will remain open at no additional cost to taxpayers, and puts an end to concerns about the longevity of PVH. We the residents of Petaluma need our Hospital. Vote YES on CC."

- Dan Benedetti
Chairman Emeritus, Clover Sonoma

Dan Benedetti
Amy Gilchrist

“Earlier this year, I had an accident that required immediate medical attention. Petaluma Valley Hospital was a lifesaver, providing superb care and transferring me to another hospital for emergency hand and arm surgery. I don’t know what I’d do without our local hospital! To ensure it remains open for the foreseeable future, I’ll be voting Yes on Measure CC.”

- Amy Gilchrist
Petaluma Resident and PVH Patient

“Access to a local community hospital is very important to me as we continue to face the threats of a global pandemic and natural disasters that have impacted larger regional hospitals in Santa Rosa over the last few years. To keep a valuable resource in Petaluma open, I encourage a Yes vote on Measure CC.”

- David Rabbitt
Sonoma County Supervisor and Petaluma Resident

David Rabbitt
Carol Ann Libarle

"Petaluma Valley Hospital is a tremendous asset to Petaluma, Southern Sonoma County and West Marin.  I support Measure CC because it ensures that PVH will remain open for the foreseeable future and will continue to provide excellent health services to our community. The proposed buyers of the hospital care about us."

- Carol Ann Libarle
Petaluma Business Owner and 4th Generation Resident

“The Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce supports Measure CC because it not only provides a major health care benefit to Petaluma residents, but keeps hundreds of jobs in the community and supports our local economy.”

- Kevin Jones
Board President, Petaluma Area Chamber of Commerce

Kevin Jones
Dr. Loren Fong, M.D., FACEP

“I’ve lived in this community and worked at Petaluma Valley Hospital (PVH) for more than 25 years.  I own the Petaluma Emergency Physicians Medical Corp that has in close partnership with Providence St. Joseph Health, been responsible for the delivery of emergency services to this community and hospital for over 20 years.  With more than a half million patient visits to the E.R. during that time, I can attest to the high-quality care we provide to each and every patient. Petaluma Valley Hospital is a lifeline for many in our community, and I hope you join me in supporting Measure CC so that our high quality emergency care can continue for another 20 years.”

- Dr. Loren Fong, M.D., FACEP
E.R. Medical Director at Petaluma Valley Hospital and President, Petaluma Emergency Physicians Medical Corp

"The North Bay Leadership Council supports Measure CC because of the access to quality health care it will sustain for local residents, businesses and our workforce. Measure CC will keep our local hospital here for the foreseeable future, and is vital to the health and safety of our community, not just in this time of COVID but for everyone needing a local health care provider and basic emergency room close to where they live or work."

- Cynthia Murray
CEO, North Bay Leadership Council

Cynthia Murray
Dr. Jonathan Choe

When my patients have had a medical crisis, Petaluma Valley Hospital and its emergency department have been there for them. Now in this time of COVID, it is so important to have local medical support for our community. Measure CC ensures we will have these services for years to come. Please vote Yes on Measure CC so we can ensure we have a quality hospital for this community for years to come.”

- Dr. Jonathan Choe, M.D.
Family Medicine Doctor and former Medical Staff President, 2017-19

“I’m a family physician, I’ve lived in Petaluma since 1983 and have practiced in Petaluma and the greater Petaluma area since that time. I find Petaluma Valley Hospital to be an incredible asset to our patients and our entire community. It is incredibly important that Petaluma Valley Hospital be maintained at its current quality and also looking forward to the next generation of acute hospital care here in Petaluma. With this in mind, I strongly support Measure CC on November’s ballot.”

- Dr. Mike Witte, M.D.
Longtime Petaluma Resident and Retired Physician

Dr. Mike Witte
Dr. Harendra Punatar

“Having practiced in Petaluma for the last 27 years, I understand how important Petaluma Valley Hospital is to the southern Sonoma County community. Like so many other Petalumans, my own family counts on the quality healthcare and emergency room provided by the hospital. Measure CC ensures that PVH will remain open for the community for years to come.”

- Dr. Harendra Punatar, M.D.
Cardiologist at Petaluma Valley Hospital

Measure CC is a lifeline for me and my employees while we’re out working in our community. In the event of a medical emergency, it is important to me and other Petaluma-area employers to know we can count on a local health care resource. With Measure CC’s commitment to keep Petaluma Valley Hospital open for at least 20 years, I know Measure CC is the best path forward to keep our local hospital open.”

- Kevin Ghilotti
Petaluma Resident and President/Co-Founder, Team Ghilotti

Kevin Ghilotti
Dr. John Pendleton

“My wife and I have lived in Petaluma and been involved with Petaluma Valley Hospital for 15+ years. During those years I have worked on call taking care of adults and many, many newborns and I can think of countless times where having a community hospital literally minutes away has been lifesaving for families. Having a community hospital in Petaluma is a huge asset and voting Yes on CC ensures we will have a hospital here for at least 30 years to come. Join me in voting Yes on CC.”

- Dr. John Pendleton, M.D.
Petaluma Resident and Family Medicine Doctor

“Local hospitals are more important now than ever due to the ongoing public health crisis. If Measure CC passes, Petaluma will keep its hospital and emergency room open and available to residents for the foreseeable future.”

- Dr. Adamane Lalith Mohan, M.D.
Cardiologist at Petaluma Valley Hospital

Dr. Adamane Lalith Mohan

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.