Peach Tree Health was founded in 1991 as an offshoot of the former Yuba County Hospital. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, its primary purpose was to provide care to the uninsured and underinsured residences of Yuba County.
Chronic disease rates in Yuba-Sutter counties are among the highest in entire state. The death rate due to heart disease in Yuba County is the sixth highest among California’s 58 counties. Sutter County is the 11th highest.
Peach Tree joined a coalition of community health centers for a Day at the Capitol.
Peach Tree attended a food, wine, and fashion festival benefiting safety net clinics in the Sacramento region, sponsored by Serotonin Surge Charities. View the pictures.
Kathy Robertson interviews Greg Stone on Peach Tree’s new Sacramento venture.
“We’re very honored to have Dr. Johl onboard,” says Peach Tree CEO Greg Stone. “She’s an excellent doctor and a great asset to our community.”
Dignity Health chooses Peach Tree to take over MercyClinic Norwood. Healthcare services will expand in the underserved area.
Peach Tree CEO Greg Stone tells the Appeal Democrat that while more people have health insurance, there’s not enough providers who will take Medi-Cal.
Peach Tree’s Dr. Rosalie Pena and others talk about Ebola and other top health issues including diabetes, hypertension, and tobacco use.