COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Safety

We know you may be concerned about your safety when medical care is needed. Whether it is a routine visit, for emergency medical care, a surgical procedure or to deliver a baby, we are here and we are prepared. Do not delay care or wait when a medical situation requires urgent attention. Our teams have put all protocols in place to ensure our care environment is safe for you and your family.

Some of these include:

  • Isolating and caring for any COVID-19 positive patient in separate areas, with a dedicated care team
  • Ensuring our staff has all necessary personal protective equipment to provide seamless, safe care in the ER, clinics and throughout the hospital
  • Enhanced cleaning and sanitization measures for every area, including waiting areas, patient rooms and treatment areas
  • Screening every one of our physicians, Associates, patients and caregivers prior to entering any of our facilities
  • Requiring masks be worn by everyone in all of our facilities
  • Encouraging social distancing and hand washing practices

We encourage everyone to continue to do their part in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Wearing a mask, frequently washing our hands and practicing social distancing by avoiding large crowds and gatherings will make a difference. By doing these things you will help protect yourself, your family, and others.


As we navigate through this phase of uncertainty, one thing holds true – our mission to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ remains today, tomorrow, and every day after that. CHRISTUS Santa Rosa ministry has been called to face every challenge – especially this one – head on. We are in this together.


Visitor Guidelines

Visitor Guidelines

While CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System continues to work to provide care and treatment for all of our patients, we are also working hard each day to reduce the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19. Please review our visitor guidelines.

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To help combat the wildly spreading COVID-19 pandemic and make meaningful contributions towards the advancement of science and medicine, the CHRISTUS Institute for Innovation and Advanced Clinical Care (CIIACC) remains strategically focused on bringing cutting-edge and innovative clinical research participation opportunities to our diverse patients.


Virtual Visits

Our video and telephone visits are perfect for those “on the go,” or for patients who are concerned about sharing, or potentially catching, an illness while out in public.

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Up-to-date news from each of our hospitals and ministries.

Emergency Care

Emergency Care

While COVID-19 is new, our processes and procedures in place for infection prevention and preventing the spread of illness are not. CHRISTUS Health's Emergency Departments are equipped to safely provide care for life-threatening illness and injury – and seeking that care is essential. Do not postpone seeking care if you are urgently ill.  Go to the Emergency Department or call 9-1-1.

CHRISTUS Foundations

United for a Healthier Tomorrow

Join CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System Foundation in supporting those affected by Coronavirus, COVID-19.

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Spiritual Care

Our Spiritual Care Teams are committed to supporting the spiritual well-being of our patients and their friends and family, our staff and the community. This is true especially during times of illness and hospitalization. We serve all patients and families regardless of faith or affiliation.

Wear a Mask

Universal Masking

Universal Masking Still in Place at all CHRISTUS Facilities

We are glad to see that the CDC continues to update its guidance about COVID-19 vaccines as more research and information become available. This week, that included guidance for fully vaccinated people (over two weeks after their final vaccine dose) who now no longer need masks indoors or outdoors in most cases.

However, this guidance does not apply to health care settings, so we will continue to require all those in our hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and other locations where care is provided to remain masked. As these locations remain open to the public, and as we will continue treating all those who need us, including those with COVID-19 and those without, it’s important that we ask our Associates, physicians, volunteers, patients and visitors to remain masked while in our facilities for now.