Encouraging signs as hospitalizations continue downward
Updated: January 22, 2021
Roseville, CA- Covid-19 hospitalizations in Placer County are following a downward trend while deaths continue to surpass model forecasts.
The forecast models out of Stanford and UCLA projected Placer County would enter the downward trajectory mid-January. Those two models have been the most accurate to date on hospitalizations.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, one of the key concerns is the ability of healthcare system to manage the potential influx of Covid-19 patients, while still maintaining sufficient health services for the community. Placer County doesn’t operate in an isolated bubble and also accommodates neighboring counties.
“Placer County’s two largest hospitals lie on the Placer-Sacramento County border and provide care to residents of both counties, as well as other neighboring counties.”Placer County
Confidence in Capacity
As of Friday, January 22, 2021, the county dashboard currently shows 101 hospitalizations in Placer County. Specific ICU bed availability has not been updated over the past few days, although availability shows 6%. The 7-day positivity rate is at 9.7%. Deaths have reached 188. The groups that remain at highest risk are those over 50 years old.
Placer County’s dashboard updates are paused during holidays and weekends.
According to Placer County’s December update, the county remains confident of their ability to meet the demands being placed on the healthcare system with robust surge plans.
Placer Hospital Capacity Status
|Hospital||% adult inpatient beds used|
|Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Roseville||100%|
|Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital||69%|
|Sutter Roseville Medical Center||92%|