St. Helena Hospital and the St. Helena Center for Health is a Seventh-day Adventist-run hospital located in the Napa Valley, California, between the town of St. Helena, and the community of Angwin, which is home to Pacific Union College. St. Helena Hospital was established in 1878 as the Rural Health Retreat. After the turn of the century, St. Helena Hospital became a full-service community hospital. The St. Helena Center for Health opened in 1969, maintaining the hospital’s emphasis on whole-person wellness. St. Helena Hospital operates St. Helena Hospital Clearlake in Lake County and a 61-bed behavioral health hospital in Vallejo that provides mental health care services for children, adolescents and adults across northern California. The hospital is opening the Martin O’Neil Cancer Center in fall 2009. The Hospital is a member of Adventist Health, a group of 20 hospitals in the western United States. It holds a teaching affiliation with Pacific Union College.
Heart & Vascular Center: A complete range of services includes two state-of-the-art cardiac cath labs, a nationally recognized heart surgery program, leading-edge peripheral vascular techniques, and an outpatient cardiovascular rehabilitation program.
Medical/Surgical Services: A broad scope of services includes minimally invasive, thoracic, orthopedic, urological, OB/GYN, plastic/reconstructive surgery, gastro-intestinal laboratory and medically, monitored and intensive care.