Voters approve sale of 80-bed California hospital

Under the offer, NorCal HealthConnect would continue operating the Bay Area healthcare facility as a severe care center with an emergency department for a minimum of 20 years..

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Step CC, which needed a majority to pass, had 85 percent support the afternoon of Nov. 4 with about 80 percent of ballots reported.
The step will complete the sale of the 80-bed facility to NorCal HealthConnect, an affiliate of Providence St. Joseph Health, for $52.6 million.

A procedure to sell Petaluma (Calif.) Valley Hospital to an affiliate of Renton, Wash.-based Providence St. Joseph Health has been authorized, according to local newspaper Petaluma360.

” We had focused on securing a long-lasting lease, however this alternative didnt secure the best terms for our healthcare facility or our residents,” Ms. Faith said..
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The Petaluma Health Care District has been looking for a long-term operator for Petaluma Valley Hospital for more than four years. Ramona Faith, CEO of the healthcare district, stated the procedure has actually been complicated and at times challenging.

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