Sonoma Valley Hospital is a full-service acute care facility. We are the third largest employer in the Valley, with 194 full-time employees, 87 part-time, and 168 per diem (called as needed).
The mission of the Sonoma Valley Health Care District is to maintain, improve and restore the health of everyone in our community.
We are the community’s hospital. We inspire healing and restore and improve health. We are nationally known as a best practice hospital. Our physician partners are the health care guides for Sonoma.
Our Core Values:
Compassion: We are considerate of the feelings of others at all times.
Respect: We always acknowledge the value and gifts of others.
Excellence: We strive to exceed the expectations of the people we serve.
Accountability: We are reliable, responsible owners of our work.
Teamwork: We are productive, participative, energizing staff members.
Innovation: We seek new and creative solutions in all we do.
Nurturing: We are healthy and we inspire others to heal and stay healthy.
Guidance: We direct and lead the community through their health care journey.
All employees of the Hospital District are required to support the identified mission, vision and values of the organization.
General employment applications can also be obtained in person at the hospital’s human resources office, or by calling Colleen Wilson at 707.935.5177. If you prefer to fax your resume, our fax number is 707.935.5179.
Sonoma Valley Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. Prior to a job offer, references will be checked and applicants will be required to sign an acknowledgment to permit a background check to be conducted. Post-offer physical screenings are required for all employees including the physical capacities required for their job description. Employer-sponsored group health benefits include health, dental, vision, life and long term disability to those employees who are benefit eligible. Elected insurance benefits will be effective the first of the following 60 days of employment. Other benefits include but are not limited to Paid Time Off, Employee Assistance and retirement savings contributions. According to California law, employees of the Hospital District are at-will and hold their positions at the pleasure of the Hospital Chief Executive Officer, to whom the Board of Directors has delegated the power to employ and discharge. Beginning with the first day of employment in a position, each employee will be considered to be in a 90-day introductory/probationary period.