Many evacuees of the North Bay fires have now gone several days without prescription medications to manage chronic conditions. Others are having respiratory problems because of the poor air quality. Here are some locations of hospitals, health centers and makeshift clinics that remain open, and locations that have shut down due to the fires. WHAT REMAINS OPEN: •Sutter Health has re-opened two high-risk obstetrics clinics in Sonoma County: One at 990 Sonoma Ave., Santa Rosa, for prescheduled Maternal Fetal Medicine and urgent patients only. And one at 555 Petaluma Ave., Sebastopol, for high-risk obstetrics patients only.
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