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Mendocino Coast District Hospital

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Mendocino Coast District Hospital is a JCAHO accredited medical facility serving a district which encompasses the coastal corridor from Elk to Westport in Mendocino County, California. M.C.D.H. is the “sole provider” of hospital services for the region, providing emergency and primary care, and assisting with preventive and rehabilitation services.

Why choose us?

Why choose us? Because we offer big city medicine in the comfort of a rural setting. Our medical and support staff provide personal care backed up by state-of-the-art technology and top medical training.

What do we have to offer?

MCDH is a 25-bed critical access hospital that provides 24-hour emergency care and a broad range of primary care services.

More than 98% of All Physicians are Board-Certified

We offer the only board-certified endocrinologist in three counties, orthopedic surgeons from top universities, a low infection control rate comparable or lower than the best San Francisco Bay Area hospitals, and highly qualified staff of physical and occupational therapists.

In addition, certified clinical scientists manage our lab and the diabetes management team uses nationally-tested “best practices” for positive outcomes. In 2010, a new diagnostic imaging center will house the latest technology in X-rays, CT scans and MRI’s.

Serving 70 Miles of Coastline

Serving rural communities stretched along 70-miles of coastline from Gualala to Westport, MCDH in 2009 was designed the nation’s first healing hospital. As a healing hospital, our goal is to not only treat patients for disease, but to apply advanced techniques for maintaining wellness and enhancing their quality of life.

700 River Drive
Fort Bragg, CA 95437

Phone: (707) 961-1234

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