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Clinic Ole Patients Will Soon Deliver Babies at Other Locations

Starting in April, Clinic Ole will refer patients to St. Helena Hospital and Queen of the Valley Medical Associates for full prenatal care and deliveries.

Clinic Ole in Napa. File photo.
Clinic Ole in Napa. File photo.
Napa-based Community Health Clinic Ole offers the full spectrum of prenatal care and deliveries under one roof, but not for much longer.

The clinic is partnering with St. Helena Hospital and Queen of the Valley Medical Associates, and will refer patients there for deliveries and full prenatal care starting in April.

Clinic Ole will still offer some prenatal care, as well as gynecological outpatient and primary care, it said in a press release Tuesday.

“I’m excited about this opportunity to work with our community partners at both local hospitals,” the release quoted Clinic Ole Chief Medical Officer Colleen Townsend as saying. “It means better care and more options for our patients.”

St. Helena Hospital will offer "full-scope midwifery care," while deliveries in Napa will include prenatal care from Clinic Ole staff and deliveries by physicians at Queen of the Valley Medical Center, according to the press release.

“This is the best possible outcome for our community to come together to keep a wide range of services available, and do so in a way that is sustainable for the long term,” the release quoted Rick Jones, a board member at both St. Helena Hospital and Clinic Ole, as saying.

Clinic Ole will still offer the same number of available appointments, and will adjust its hours, the press release said. Patients with questions are encouraged to call 707-252-6541 for more information.

The full press release is attached to this article as a PDF.
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