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Sonoma Valley Hospital
347 Andrieux St, Sonoma, CA 95476

Sonoma Valley Hospital is the third largest employer in Sonoma Valley (with 194 full-time employees), and aMore comprehensive facility serving the community. It has a homey Birthplace program, for infant delivery, and offers a Family First class to take families through the first year of their new infant.

It also offers a number of services to the community including their Home Care program, which allows non-acute patients to recieve care on a non-inpatient basis, out of their own homes. The hospital provides 24-hour a day care with an emergency room, and has digital imaging technology for diagnostics. The hospital prides itself on its patient care, and it's relationship to the community with such things as the Sonoma Valley Hospital Auxiliary--a volunteer network that works in administrative and patient-care rolls within the hospital.


Medical Center for Women
181 Andrieux St, Sonoma, CA 95476
The Medical Center for Women is located in a business park at 181 Andrieux Street, in a group of offices situated aroundMore a central garden courtyard with benches. It is located just a few blocks to the south of the Plaza, and one block east of Sonoma Valley Hospital, and focuses on obstentrics and gynecology. 
Illumination Hospitality Group
19449 Riverside Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476
This company educates and trains winery employees in the art of customer service in tasting room tours. OwnerMore Pamela Personette is a trained educator, conducting workshops at individual wineries, Sonoma State University, Napa Valley College, Santa Rosa Junior College, and trade organizations. She uses a Montessori-inspired approach to teaching.
Green IT
414 1st St E, Sonoma, CA 95476
In 2004, Richard Hodges founded Green IT, a business consulting firm that provides advice on sustainable practices as aMore company advances its Information and Communication Technology or ICT. The extensive website, maintained and written by Hodges, is well worth a visit for individuals and owners interested in expanding their green technology. It also offers specialized seminars for its clients on topics such as "assessing your company's green footprint," "creating a plan to reduce costs and eco-footprint" and "clarifying the difference between the terms 'green' and 'greenwash.' " The company has consulted for the University of California, the Sonoma Valley Hospital and the Presidio Trust of San Francisco.  
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