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Adventist Health St. Helena
Adventist Health
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Location10 Woodland Rd., Deer Park, California, USA
Care systemPrivate, Non-profit
Hospital typeGeneral
Affiliated universityPacific Union College
Emergency departmentYes

Adventist Health St. Helena is operated by Adventist Health, a group of 19 hospitals in the western United States, and is located in the Napa Valley, California, between the town of St. Helena, and the community of Angwin, which is home to Pacific Union College. The hospital is the second largest employer in Napa County [1]


Adventist Health St. Helena was established in 1878 as the Rural Health Retreat by Merritt Kellogg. The Adventist leader Ellen G. White visited the site before building had begun, and approved it. The original building was 28 by 72 feet (8.5 by 21.9 m), a two-story wood frame structure with a parlor, dining room, treatment room and thirteen bedrooms. The retreat was an immediate success, and the building soon had to be expanded.[2]

Adventist Health St. Helena is the oldest Seventh-day Adventist hospital in the United States. After the turn of the century, St. Helena Hospital became a full-service community hospital. St. Helena Hospital operates Adventist Health Clear Lake in Lake County and a 61-bed behavioral health hospital in Vallejo, California that provides mental health care services for children, adolescents and adults across northern California. St. Helena Hospital has a teaching affiliation with Pacific Union College.

In 2017 St. Helena Napa Valley changed its name to Adventist Health St. Helena.


  • Heart & Vascular Center: A range of services includes two cardiac cath labs, a heart surgery program, 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.
  • Emergency Care Center: 24-hour emergency medical services are provided, including treatment for cardiovascular events such as heart attack. The ER is a "No-Wait" ER [3] which provides medical care immediately upon arrival. The center has a helipad, serves as a Safe Baby drop point and was rated number one for overall care received by patients.[4]
  • St. Helena Recovery Center: Residential and outpatient programs for alcohol and chemical abuse, including medical detoxification.
  • St. Helena Center for Health: The St. Helena Center for Health opened in 1969.
  • The Martin-O'Neil Cancer Center: Diagnosis, surgery and treatment of cancer including oncology as well as clinical research trials in consort with the University of California, San Francisco.
  • Obstetrics: The Family Birth Place at St. Helena Hospital delivers approximately 300 newborns a year.[citation needed]
  • Behavioral Health: The St. Helena Hospital Center for Behavioral Health in Vallejo provides child, adolescent and adult inpatient treatment, adult partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient care. The St. Helena Hospital campus offers adult inpatient care. Silverado Psychiatric Center in Calistoga offers adult outpatient care.
  • Sleep Disorders Center: An advanced diagnostic center for diagnosing sleep disorders.
  • Women's Services: The St. Helena Women's Center opened in St. Helena in 2011 and employs top doctors including a plastic surgeon, a medical esthetician, a female urologist, a certified Nurse Midwife and a Certified Menopause Specialist. They also provide Obstetrics & Gynecology care, including vaginal and pelvic reconstructive surgeries from top OB/GYN doctors including Dr. Michael S. Baggish, the co-author of “Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecological Surgery”.[5] Obstetrics and Gynecological services are also extended to Napa, Clearlake and Hidden Valley Lake. The Women's Center also offers mammography and bone density testing.

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topics Medicine AND California : Adventist Health Clear Lake, Adventist Health Howard Memorial Hospital, Adventist Health Sonora, Adventist Health Ukiah Valley, Adventist Health Hanford, Adventist Health Selma, Adventist Health White Memorial

Other articles of the topic Medicine : Grady A. Dugas, M.D., Critical Care Explorations (journal), Journal of Paramedic Practice, Yakup Avşar, COVID-19 pandemic in the Commonwealth of Independent States, Pietro Cugini, Adventist Health Ukiah Valley

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  1. "North Bay Business Journal: Book of Lists # North San Francisco Bay Area, Sonoma, Marin, Napa counties". lists.northbaybusinessjournal.com. Archived from the original on 2016-01-27. Retrieved 2017-03-19. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  2. Odell, Daphne (2004). "The Legacy of the California Kellogg". Adventist Review. Retrieved 2015-01-27.
  3. "Adventist Health St. Helena - Hospital in St. Helena". www.adventisthealth.org.
  4. "Adventist Health St. Helena - Hospital in St. Helena". www.adventisthealth.org.
  5. Baggish, Michael, Karram, Mickey, "Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecological Surgery”, Saunders; 2 edition (May 12, 2006)

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Coordinates: 38°32′33″N 122°28′31″W / 38.54251°N 122.475157°W / 38.54251; -122.475157

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