List of hospitals in California

This is a list of hospitals in California (U.S. state), grouped by county and sorted by hospital name. In healthcare in California, only a general acute care hospital or acute psychiatric hospital, as licensed by the California Department of Public Health, can be referred to as a "hospital." As of 2018, the CPHD Center for Health Care Quality Cal Health Find database[1] reports 422 general acute care hospitals statewide, as well as 128 acute psychiatric hospitals.[2]

An enlargeable map of the 58 counties of the state of California

Alameda County edit

Amador County edit

Alpine County edit

  • County Hospital (Alpine County, California)

Butte County edit

Calaveras County edit

  • Mark Twain St. Joseph

Colusa County edit

  • Colusa Regional Medical Center

Contra Costa County edit

Del Norte County edit

  • Sutter Coast Hospital

El Dorado County edit

  • Barton Memorial Hospital
  • Marshall Medical Center

Fresno County edit

  • Coalinga Regional Medical Center – Coalinga (closed)
  • Coalinga State Hospital – Coalinga (state run psychiatric hospital)
  • Community Medical Center-Clovis – Clovis
  • Community Regional Medical CenterFresno
  • Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital – Fresno (part of Community Medical Centers)
  • Fresno Surgical Hospital – Fresno
  • Kaiser Fresno Medical Center – Fresno
  • Kingsburg Medical Center – Kingsburg (closed)
  • Saint Agnes Medical Center – Fresno
  • San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital
  • Sanger General Hospital – Sanger (closed)
  • Selma Community HospitalSelma
  • Sierra Kings Hospital – Reedley (acquired by Adventist Health and renamed Adventist Medical Center – Reedley)

Glenn County edit

Humboldt County edit

  • Jerold Phelps Community Hospital – Garberville
  • Mad River Community Hospital – Arcata
  • Redwood Memorial Hospital – Fortuna
  • St. Joseph Hospital – Eureka (includes the General Hospital Campus and Rehabilitation Hospital)

Imperial County edit

  • El Centro Regional Medical Center
  • Pioneers Memorial Hospital

Inyo County edit

  • Northern Inyo Hospital
  • Southern Inyo Hospital

Kern County edit

  • Bakersfield Heart Hospital – Bakersfield
  • Bakersfield Memorial Hospital – Bakersfield
  • Delano Regional Medical Center – Delano
  • Kern Medical Center – Bakersfield
  • Kern Valley – Lake Isabella
  • Mercy Hospital Bakersfield (formerly named Mercy Truxton)
  • Mercy Southwest – Bakersfield
  • Ridgecrest Regional Hospital – Ridgecrest
  • San Joaquin Medical Center – Bakersfield

Kings County edit

Lake County edit

Lassen County edit

Los Angeles County edit

North edit

These hospitals are located north of the 10 Freeway:

South edit

These hospitals are located south of the 10 Freeway:

Madera County edit

Marin County edit

  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – San Rafael
  • Kentfield Hospital (LTACH) (Vibra Healthcare)
  • MarinHealth Medical Center (formerly called Marin General Hospital) – Greenbrae
  • Novato Community Hospital

Mariposa County edit

  • John C. Fremont Hospital

Mendocino County edit

Merced County edit

  • Los Banos Community Hospital
  • Mercy Medical Center Merced Community Campus
  • Mercy Medical Center Merced Dominican Campus

Modoc County edit

  • Modoc Medical Center
  • Surprise Valley Community Hospital

Mono County edit

  • Mammoth Hospital

Monterey County edit

Napa County edit

Nevada County edit

Orange County edit

Placer County edit

  • DeWitt General Hospital – (1944–1945; closed and 1947–1972; closed), former United States Army hospital during World War II and later a public hospital
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – Roseville
  • Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital
  • Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Plumas County edit

  • Eastern Plumas District Hospital
  • Indian Valley Hospital
  • Plumas District Hospital
  • Seneca Hospital

Riverside County edit

Sacramento County edit

San Benito County edit

  • Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital

San Bernardino County edit

Receiving Hospitals (With Emergency Department)

Non-Receiving Hospitals (Without Emergency Department)

San Diego County edit

San Francisco County edit

San Joaquin County edit

San Luis Obispo County edit

San Mateo County edit

Santa Barbara County edit

Santa Clara County edit

Santa Cruz County edit

  • Dominican Hospital – Santa Cruz
  • Sutter Maternity and Surgery Hospital – Santa Cruz
  • Watsonville Community Hospital– Watsonville

Shasta County edit

Sierra County edit

  • None

Siskiyou County edit

Solano County edit

Sonoma County edit

Stanislaus County edit

Sutter County edit

Tehama County edit

Trinity County edit

Tulare County edit

Tuolumne County edit

Ventura County edit

Yolo County edit

  • Sutter Davis Hospital – Davis
  • Woodland Memorial Hospital – Woodland

References edit

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