As a community clinic, Rolling Hills Clinic is committed to serving the medical needs of all ages, from infants and teens; adults and seniors in our rural areas. New patients are welcome and most insurance is accepted.
If your condition is life threatening, including heart attack or stroke; severe bleeding or chest pain; head trauma or loss on consciousness, go directly to a hospital emergency room or dial 9-1-1.
Rolling Hills Clinic has several doctors who would love to get to know you and help assist you with your medical needs. All appointments must be scheduled in advance, so please call either the Corning or Red Bluff clinic to schedule your appointment. Your next appointment is just a phone call away.
Rolling Hills Clinic has one family physician dedicated to family patient care. Your family doctor is trained to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of issues that affect patients of all ages. The right family doctor will know you and your family; listen to your concerns; answer your questions and include you in the process. If a more serious medical problem arises, they will work alongside a referred specialist.
Internal medical physicians are often called upon by other physicians to solve patients' more complex issues. They have been specially trained in preventing, diagnosing and treating diseases. Rolling Hills Clinic will give our patients referrals when needed.
Rolling Hills Clinic is here to help your child feel better and ease your worry. Our staff of physicians, family nurse practitioners and physician assistants will work with you to diagnose and treat your child and get them feeling well again.
Our two walk-in clinics open from 8am to 5pm, Monday – Friday, so you don’t have to wait.
Rolling Hills Clinic provides immunizations and participates in the State of California Immunization Registry. If you misplace your child's yellow immunization card, Rolling Hills Clinic can provide a replacement.
Rolling Hills Clinic’s screening services make it convenient for you to ensure that your body is functioning properly. Early detection can be life saving.