Primary Care and Urgent Care are Open
PLEASE CALL BEFORE YOU COME (707) 884-4005
COVID-19 Preparations at the Clinic
RCMS continues to prepare for a potential surge in patients related to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Our main Gualala Clinic has been divided into respiratory and non-respiratory illness sections. We continue to see all urgent medical issues — respiratory and non-respiratory.
Sea Watch in Gualala (across from main clinic) and the RCMS Point Arena Medical Clinic are open for Primary Care for patients without infectious respiratory symptoms. We have providers available for well child visits and vaccinations (important not to get behind), lab/blood draws ordered by your primary care provider or outside provider, prescriptions and refills, and chronic and other health care maintenance issues. Please call us at (707) 884-4005 to schedule your appointment.
During this time of uncertainty, please remember to take care of yourself. We are here for you.
Telehealth Visits Available
Your health is important us! If you unable to come to one of our clinics in person, consider a telehealth visit. A provider can call you at home and/or connect with you on a video platform (requires a smart phone with a camera or a computer) and address your medical concerns. Please call us at (707) 884-4005 to schedule your telehealth appointment.
Reminder: Wear Face Coverings in Public
The Sonoma County Health Officer issued a Health Order on April 13, 2020 that requires members of the public to wear facial coverings. The Health Order will go into effect 12:01 a.m. on April 17, 2020.
Per the Health Order: All persons in Sonoma County shall wear facial coverings in the following situations:
Face coverings, when worn by someone with COVID-19, even if they don’t have symptoms, may reduce the risk of spreading the virus to others. Since not everyone with COVID-19 knows that they are sick, wearing a face covering helps make sure that you are not unknowingly affecting others. If worn by everyone when outside the home doing essential activities, this can help slow the overall spread of the virus and keep our community safer.
The Mendocino County Health Officer issued guidance on face coverings on April 3, 2020 which recommended everyone who leaves their home for essential activity wear a face covering.
Be Counted in the 2020 Census
Census results help determine future funding for many of the critical healthcare and emergency services being used today. It is easy to respond to the 2020 Census on your own, whether online, over the phone or by mail—all without having to meet a census taker. Help shape our future. Respond Now! My2020census.gov.