Tech overhaul complete at Santa Rosa clinic just in time for COVID-19 vaccine rollout

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) -- The 2017 Tubbs Fire devastated entire neighborhoods in Santa Rosa.

It also did substantial damage to the main campus of Santa Rosa Community Health.

RELATED: 'I'm still not over it': 3 years later, Tubbs Fire survivors seek justice after contractors allegedly fail to rebuild homes

That put its medical and billing records in critical condition.

An IT overhaul took 18 months and $2 million, and its exit from tech triage was just in time to take on the heavy task of tracking vaccines and scheduling inoculations for its 40,000 patients.

Take a look at all of ABC7's Building a Better Bay Area stories and videos here.


VIDEO: 'Two years stronger together:' Tubbs Fire survivors reflect on firestorm anniversary
EMBED More News Videos

It's a date North Bay neighbors will never forget. Two years ago this week, a devastating wildfire tore through much of Sonoma County, destroying thousands of homes.

Copyright © 2021 KGO-TV. All Rights Reserved.