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Sutter Solano Medical Center
Sutter Solano Medical Center has been serving the residents of Solano County for more than 100 years. The hospital has 102 licensed beds and is fully accredited by the Joint Commission, an organization that establishes standards for health care providers.
Formerly known as Vallejo General Hospital, the medical center was established in 1921 and moved to its present location in 1969. The hospital affiliated with Sutter Health in 1984, ensuring its ability to continue providing and improving health care and wellness services to the community.
As part of Sutter Health, a family of not-for-profit hospitals and physician organizations, Sutter Solano shares resources and expertise to advance health care quality. Providing personalized care in more than 100 communities throughout Northern California, the Sutter Health network is a regional leader in cardiac care, cancer treatment, orthopedics, obstetrics, and newborn intensive care, and is a pioneer in patient safety technology.
Community Health Needs Assessment
Sutter Solano Medical Center is dedicated to promoting a healthy community and meeting the health care needs of the diverse population we serve.
Community Health Needs Implementation Strategy
In 2013, Sutter Solano Medical Center developed implementation strategy to address the significant health needs identified in the 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).
Please note: If you are having trouble accessing these documents, please contact Leah Soos, Community Benefit Assistant, at soosL@sutterhealth.org or 916-286-6784.
John Boyd serves as Sutter Solano Medical Center's CEO.