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How we do it

Cloverdale Health Care District is a local government entity, formed under California H&S Division 23 Sec. 32000 in 1958 by a vote of the greater Cloverdale population. The current focus of the District is to provide emergency ambulance service to our 85 square mile response area. We do this on a limited budget comprised of revenue from fee for service ambulance responses and local based taxes. The taxes are for the specific purpose to provide emergency Paramedic services and other health care services as required. The District operates two state of the art ambulances, one manned 24/7 by an EMT and a Paramedic. The Board of Directors is an elected body, responsible for the overall operation and governance of the District. The Board operates under an approved budget and provides long term financial planning and prudent oversight to keep accounts balanced yet provide all the tools necessary for the effective treatment and operation our teams need to provide timely and excellent patient care.