COVID-19 UPDATES

(Updated April 13, 2021)

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available in April – State Guidelines Open Eligibility to Local Residents, Ages 18 & Over

Vaccines are currently offered by Alexander Valley Healthcare. The vaccines are scheduled for the next two weeks of April from 9 am to 4 pm at the Cloverdale Train Depot. To be eligible you must either:  

  • Be a patient at Alexander Valley Healthcare

OR

  • Live or work in Cloverdale, Geyserville or Hopland

(If you do NOT fit this criteria you will be cancelled or turned away)

Please use the link below to schedule Moderna Covid-19 vaccines:

Thursday 4/15AVH April 15 Vaccine Appointments

Friday 4/16AVH April 16 Vaccine Appointments

Tuesday 4/20: AVH April 20 Vaccine Appointments

Friday 4/23AVH April 23 Vaccine Appointments

As per the state’s current guidelines, to be eligible you must BE 18 YEARS OLD OR OVER

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FREE COVID-19 TESTING EVERY MONDAY MORNING AT AVH – APPOINTMENT REQUIRED

Sonoma County is offering FREE Coronavirus Testing every Monday, 9:30 am – 11:30 am at the AVH Medical Center, 6 Tarman Drive.  Appointments are required. Call 707-565-4667 or schedule at: https://sonomacounty.fullslate.com. There’s no medical insurance required, no ID, and no social security number. All test results are confidential. 


DRIVE-UP FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE DAILY AT AVH. CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE – WEEKDAYS 9 AM – 4 PM

Alexander Valley Healthcare is offering drive-up flu shots, available by appointment only, Monday – Friday, 9 am – 4 pm. Call 707-894-4229 to make an appointment. When arriving at the AVH Medical Center, 6 Tarman Drive, follow the signs and call us again. A nurse will come to your vehicle to administer the flu shot. 


HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS AT AVH

Hello Alexander Valley Healthcare patients and community members.

Protecting the health and well-being of our staff, patients and community members is AVH’s first priority. As the nation takes appropriate action to limit the potential community spread of COVID-19, we want to ensure our patients and community members AVH is taking all possible action to ensure we can continue to deliver on our commitment to our patients and community, while protecting the health and well-being of our staff, patients and community.

Because we do not have an air tight isolation room (planning one for our new facility), we have adapted patient visit protocols to minimize COVID-19 exposure risks. We have established alternative access to care for our patients, such as, telephone and video visits. This is a very contagious virus, and for that reason we are asking all patients who are sick or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, outlined by CDC, to call our main phone line, 707-894-4229, prior to coming to the health center. Calling first allows nurses and physicians to carefully triage patients. We are isolating all respiratory care patients to limit any possible spread of the infection to other patients and staff.

Like all health care organizations, we are working together with DHS, and various other partners to further educate our community. Our colleagues who are on the front lines providing care to our community deserve our support and appreciation. We are extremely grateful for their professionalism, commitment, and service. Be well, kind to each other, and always looking out for one another.

Deborah Howell
Chief Executive Officer
Alexander Valley Healthcare