Sonoma County Fire Relief

Update: 11-13-2017

The Tubbs fire disaster in Sonoma County greatly impacted our community, but thanks to the courageous work of first responders the fires were contained after a long battle. Our office created this campaign to show our gratitude to the men and women who put their lives on the line doing this truly honorable work.

We were thankful in offering our free clinic, and feel truly feel honored to have rendered care to first responders. Many thanks to the following companies for helping us with supplies to assist in our efforts: Superfeet, Precision Disposables, Vionic Shoes, and Amerx Healthcare.

The following companies helped us provide aid to first responders and our community.

  Superfeet: Donated 500 pairs of supportive sandals to those affected by the fire disaster and to first responders.


 AmeRx: Healthcare: Donated medical wound products and dressings.


Spenco Medical: Provided us a substantial discount to purchase comfort insoles.


Precision Medical Products: Donated ankle braces to help treat first responders.


Vionic: Donated comfort shoe insoles for first responders.

No Cost Foot & Ankle Clinic for First Responders in the Tubb and Nun Fire Disasters and Surrounding Areas.

“If you are experiencing foot pain, discomfort, or have a foot or ankle injury, we would like to help you!”

Dr. Hollander and staff are very grateful for the support from first responders in Sonoma County and surroundings area. We are going to be providing foot and ankle care at “No Cost” to police, firefighters, utility responders, and paramedics helping our community through this crisis.


When: Starting Monday October 16, 2017 to November 12th, 2017.

Time: Business Hours 8 am to 5pm.

Note: We will be treating first responders after hours as well, this to accommodate the different shifts our first responders. Please call to make arrangements.

Address: 990 Sonoma Ave. Suite 18   Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Cost: None (just bring in your work ID).

How: For first responders call us at  707-578-1222  speak with one of our medical assistants to set up an appointment. We will do everything possible to accommodate drop-ins, during and after business hours.