We're now also open on Saturday's 7am-Noon!
To accommodate busy schedules, we offer conveniently located services and extended hours of operation. At our Town Center location, we are now open every Saturday from 7am-Noon (excluding major holidays).
No appointments are needed at our drawing stations. Credit cards, checks – and most insurances are accepted.
Rideout Draw Station
414 G Street Suite 102
Ext 1122 or 749-4385
Monday-Friday 7 am-4:00 pm
Plumas South Draw Station
481 Plumas Street Suite 105
Yuba City 95991
Ext 7034 or 671-2883
Monday- Friday 6 am-4 pm
NOW OPEN Saturday
7 am-12 pm
Plumas North Draw Station
1233 Plumas Street, Suite B
Yuba City 95991
Monday-Friday 7 am-5 pm
Labs Are Closed Major Holidays!
Our professional laboratories maintain the highest quality standards as recognized by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). The RH Laboratory Services team works directly with registered medical professionals to assure complete and accurate results. And, because RH Lab Services are hospital-based, healthcare providers have access to pathologists and specialists when the need for decisive medical information is immediate.
In keeping with our core principles, we ensure that the collection process is done as sensitively and efficiently as possible to preserve dignity and privacy.
Results are available in most cases the same day, and all critical results are called immediately to the physician. Rest assured that in an emergency, physicians will have the most recent health information at a moment's notice, day or night.
To learn more, call Ravneet Vraitch-Dhillon, Lab Support Supervisor 530-749-4451 ext. 1557.
About Rideout Health
Rideout Health is the independent, non-profit, community-based healthcare organization that operates Rideout Memorial Hospital, Fremont Medical Center, Rideout Cancer Center and other medical facilities around the Yuba-Sutter region. It also is the area's largest non-government employer. In fulfillment of its mission to provide quality healthcare to everyone, regardless of financial circumstance, in 2012 the organization provided nearly $50 million in unreimbursed or free medical care to uninsured or under-insured patients.