Napa County ranks #5 of 57 counties in California for quality of overall health. As a community it is also #7 for the lowest percentage of adults reporting fair or poor health.1

Even with those rankings, the uninsured and underserved populations are in need of access to care. In Napa County, Community Health Centers serve 23% of the population2 and provide comprehensive healthcare services to the community.

With health centers and clinics in Calistoga, St. Helena, Fairfield and Napa, RCHC member health centers have 8 sites in Yolo County. In 2017, these health centers saw over 31,400 patients for over 118,800 encounters. 55% of the patients are on MediCal, 27% of the patients are uninsured and 34% make less than 100% of the federal poverty level.3


  • 1 The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI)
  • 2 California Primary Care Association, Sonoma County Profile of Community Health Centers 2018
  • 3 2017 Uniform Data System reporting to the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and 2017 California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development reporting
Health Center Clinics Address City State Zip Code Phone
OLE Health OLE Health (Napa) 1100 Trancas Street, Suite 250 Napa CA 94558 (707) 257-7821
OLE Health OLE Health (Napa) 1141 Pear Tree Lane Napa CA 94558 (707) 254-1770
OLE Health OLE Health (St. Helena) 1222 Pine St, Suite A St. Helena CA 94574 (707) 963-0931
OLE Health OLE Health (Calistoga) 911 Washington St. Calistoga CA 94515 (707) 709-2308
OLE Health OLE Health (Fairfield, Solano County) 470 Chadbourne Rd., Suite A Fairfield CA 94534 (707) 419-8989
OLE Health County Campus 2751 Napa Valley Corporate Dr., Bldg B, Suite 1100 Napa CA 94558 (707) 265-8785