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About Rideout Health

Rideout Health is a nonprofit community-based system comprised of a medical center, an acute care hospital, a cancer center, freestanding adult living units, outpatient clinics, and a host of ancillary services.

Rideout Health Headquarter Location

726 4th Street

Marysville, California, 95901,

United States


Latest Rideout Health News

California AG OK's Adventist's Rideout Acquisition

Jan 2, 2019

With state approval, the nonprofit system can close the most significant deal it has pending in the northern part of the state. Rideout Regional Medical Center, a 219-bed acute care hospital in Marysville, California, will soon become part of Adventist Health, a nonprofit system that serves patients in three states. The California Attorney General’s Office approved the transition of the medical center and a number of other Rideout Health assets throughout Yuba and Sutter counties, which are north of Sacramento, Adventist announced Tuesday. “We are confident that the partnership will have a positive impact on patients and the broader Yuba-Sutter community,” Adventist CEO Scott Reiner said in a statement. The arrangement, which the organizations announced last October with the signing of an affiliation agreement , is expected to close officially on April 1. In addition to the medical center, other Rideout Health assets will be transferred to Adventist, including a heart center, cancer center, outpatient clinics, and other ancillary services. Adventist CFO Joe Reppert, CPA, MBA, who was promoted into his current position last month, told HealthLeaders Media in January that the Rideout acquisition was the most significant deal Adventist, which is based in Roseville, California, had pending in the northern part of the state. “The addition of Rideout Health will enable more effective coordination of certain services and specialty care among our hospitals in that geography,” Reppert said. “That circles right back to better care for our patients. As a result of this new affiliation, other partnerships are developing for further expansion of services, locations, and covered lives.” Janice Nall, chair of Rideout’s board of directors, said her organization is pleased to have the attorney general’s approval and that the deal will ultimately benefit Rideout patients. “Adventist Health’s philosophy of health and wellness will bring important prevention programs to our region," Nall said in the statement. The attorney general’s approval, however, comes with strings attached . Pages 1

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