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 (GACH) or Acute Psychiatric Hospital (APH), as licensed by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) can refer to themselves 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 Care.[2]

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

Alameda County

  • Alameda Hospital – Alameda
  • Alta Bates Summit Medical Center
    • Alta Bates Campus – Berkeley
    • Herrick Campus – Berkeley
    • Summit Campus – Oakland (previous merger of Providence Hospital, Peralta Hospital, and Samuel Merritt Hospital)
  • Anderson Sanatorium – Oakland (closed)[3]
  • Eden Medical Center – Castro Valley
  • Fairmont Rehabilitation and Wellness Center with hospital-based Skilled Nursing FacilitySan Leandro
  • Fremont Hospital (behavioral health facility) - Fremont
  • Hayward Hospital – Hayward (closed in 1988)[4]
  • Highland Hospital – Oakland
  • John George Psychiatric Pavilion – San Leandro
  • Kaiser Hayward – (closed in 2014)[5]
  • Naval Hospital Oakland (closed 1996) including nearby San Leandro Naval Hospital (closed 1964)
  • Kaiser Fremont Medical Center (Kaiser Permanente) - Fremont
  • Kaiser Oakland Medical Center
  • Kaiser San Leandro Medical Center
  • Kindred Hospital - San Francisco Bay Area (LTACH) – San Leandro
  • Livermore Sanitarium – Livermore (1894– 1965; closed)[3]
  • Livermore VA Hospital – Livermore
  • St. Rose Hospital – Hayward
  • San Leandro Hospital – San Leandro
  • UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland – Oakland
  • ValleyCare Medical Center – Pleasanton
  • Washington Hospital - Fremont

Amador County

Alpine County

  • County Hospital (Alpine County, California)

Butte County

  • Enloe Medical Center – Chico
  • Feather River Hospital – Paradise
  • Oroville Hospital – Oroville
  • Orchard Hospital[6] – Biggs-Gridley
  • California Park Rehabilitation Hospital

Calaveras County

  • Mark Twain St. Joseph Hospital

Colusa County

  • Colusa Regional Medical Center

Contra Costa County

  • Contra Costa Regional Medical Center – Martinez
  • Doctors Medical Center – closed in 2015
  • John Muir Concord Medical Center – Concord (formerly Mt. Diablo Medical Center)
  • John Muir Walnut Creek Medical Center – Walnut Creek (Level II Trauma Center)
  • Kaiser Martinez Medical Center – closed in 1998[7]
  • Kaiser Richmond Medical Center
  • Kaiser Walnut Creek Medical Center
  • Los Medanos Community Hospital
  • San Ramon Regional Medical Center – San Ramon
  • Sutter Delta Medical Center – Antioch

Del Norte County

  • Sutter Coast Hospital

El Dorado County

  • Barton Memorial Hospital
  • Marshall Medical Center

Fresno County

  • Coalinga Regional Medical Center – Coalinga (closed)
  • Coalinga State Hospital – Coalinga (state run psychiatric hospital)
  • Community Medical Center-Clovis – Clovis
  • Community Regional Medical Center – Fresno
  • 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

Humboldt County

  • 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

  • El Centro Regional Medical Center
  • Pioneers Memorial Hospital

Inyo County

  • Northern Inyo Hospital
  • Southern Inyo Hospital

Kern County

  • 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

  • Adventist Medical Center – – Hanford
  • Central Valley General Hospital
  • Corcoran District Hospital
  • Naval Hospital Lemoore

Lake County

Lassen County

Los Angeles County

North

These hospitals are located north of the 10 Freeway:

South

These hospitals are located south of the 10 Freeway:

  • Avalon Municipal Hospital
  • Baldwin Park Hospital – Baldwin Park
  • Bay Harbor Hospital – (closed September 1999)
  • Bellflower Medical Center – Bellflower
  • Bellwood General Hospital – Bellflower (closed April 2003)
  • Beverly Hospital – Montebello
  • Broadway Community Hospital – Los Angeles (closed March 1982)
  • Brotman Medical Center – Culver City
  • Casa Colina Hospital For Rehab Medicine – Pomona
  • Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, Centinela Campus – Inglewood
  • Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, Marina Campus – Marina del Rey
  • Centinela Freeman Regional Medical Center, Memorial Campus – Inglewood (closed in 2007)
  • Emanate Health/Queen of the Valley Hospital –West Covina
  • Coast Plaza Hospital – Norwalk
  • College Hospital – Cerritos
  • College Medical Center – Long Beach
  • Community Hospital of Gardena – Gardena
  • Community Hospital of Huntington Park – Huntington Park
  • Community Hospital of Long Beach – Long Beach
  • Daniel Freeman Memorial Hospital – Inglewood (1954–2007; closed)
  • Doctors Hospital Of West Covina – West Covina
  • Downey Regional Medical Center – Downey
  • East Los Angeles Doctors Hospital – East Los Angeles
  • Elastar Community Hospital – East Los Angeles (2004; closed)[10]
  • Gardens Regional Hospital & Medical Center (previously known as Tri-City Regional Medical Center)- Hawaiian Gardens[11]
  • Greater El Monte Community Hospital – South El Monte
  • Harbor-UCLA Medical CenterWest Carson
  • Inter-Community Medical Center – West Covina
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Bellflower
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Carson
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Harbor City
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical CenterBaldwin Park
  • Little Company of Mary Hospital – San Pedro
  • Little Company of Mary Hospital – Torrance
  • Long Beach Community Hospital – Long Beach
  • Long Beach Doctors Hospital – Long Beach (closed June 1998)
  • Long Beach Memorial Medical Center – Long Beach
  • Los Angeles Community Hospital of Norwalk – Norwalk
  • Los Angeles Metropolitan Med Center – Hawthorne Campus – Hawthorne
  • Marina Del Rey Hospital – Marina Del Rey
  • Martin Luther King Jr. - Harbor Hospital – Willowbrook
  • Memorial Hospital Of Gardena – Gardena
  • Metropolitan State Hospital (formally Norwalk State Hospital) – Norwalk
  • Miller Children's Hospital – Long Beach
  • Mission Hospital of Huntington Park – Huntington Park
  • Morningside Hospital – Los Angeles (closed September 1980)
  • Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital
  • Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center, San Pedro Campus
  • Queen of the Valley Hospital - West Covina
  • Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center – Downey (originally opened as Hollydale Medical center, closed 1988, reopened 1989)
  • Lakewood Regional Medical Center
  • Rio Hondo HospitalDowney
  • Robert F. Kennedy Medical Center – Los Angeles (closed December 2004)
  • St. Francis Medical Center – Lynwood
  • St. Mary Medical Center – Long Beach
  • San Dimas Community Hospital
  • Specialty Hospital of Southern California
  • Suburban Medical Center - Paramount
  • Torrance Memorial Medical Center
  • University Hospital – 3787 S. Vermont Avenue Los Angeles (opened before 1958, closed 1983)
  • Whittier Hospital Medical Center

Madera County

  • Valley Children’s Hospital – Madera
  • Madera Community Hospital – Madera

Marin County

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

Mariposa County

  • John C. Fremont Hospital

Mendocino County

Merced County

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

Modoc County

  • Modoc Medical Center
  • Surprise Valley Community Hospital

Mono County

  • Mammoth Hospital

Monterey County

  • Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula – Monterey
  • George L. Mee Memorial Hospital – King City
  • Natividad Medical Center – Salinas
  • Salinas Surgery Center – Salinas
  • Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital – Salinas

Napa County

Nevada County

Orange County

  • Anaheim General Hospital – Anaheim
  • Anaheim General Hospital – Buena Park Campus
  • Anaheim Regional Medical Center – Anaheim
  • Brea Community Hospital – Brea (closed)
  • Chapman Medical Center – Orange
  • Children's Hospital of Orange County – Orange
  • Children's Hospital of Orange County at Mission - Mission Viejo
  • Coastal Communities Hospital – Santa Ana
  • College Hospital Costa Mesa
  • Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center – Fountain Valley
  • Garden Grove Hospital and Medical Center – Garden Grove
  • HealthBridge Children's Rehabilitation Hospital – Orange
  • Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian – Irvine
  • Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian – Newport Beach
  • Huntington Beach Hospital and Medical Center – Huntington Beach
  • John Douglas French Center – Los Alamitos
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Anaheim
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Irvine
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – Lakeview
  • Kindred Hospital – Brea
  • Kindred Hospital – Santa Ana
  • Kindred Hospital – Westminster
  • La Palma Intercommunity Hospital – La Palma
  • Los Alamitos Medical Center – Los Alamitos
  • Martin Luther Hospital Medical Center
  • Providence Mission Hospital – Mission Viejo
  • Providence Mission Hospital Laguna Beach – Laguna Beach
  • Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center – Fountain Valley
  • Orange County Community Hospital – Buena Park
  • Placentia-Linda Community Hospital – Placentia
  • Saddleback Memorial Medical Center – Laguna Hills
  • St. Joseph Hospital (Orange, California) - Orange
  • St. Jude Medical CenterFullerton
  • San Clemente Hospital and Medical Center – San Clemente
  • Santa Ana Hospital Medical Center – Santa Ana
  • Tustin Hospital Medical Center
  • Tustin Rehabilitation Hospital
  • University of California, Irvine Medical Center – Orange
  • Vencor Hospital – Brea
  • Vencor Hospital – Orange County
  • West Anaheim Medical Center – Anaheim
  • Western Medical Center – Anaheim
  • Orange County Global Medical Center – Santa Ana

Placer County

  • 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

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

Riverside County

Sacramento County

  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – North Sacramento
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospital – South Sacramento
  • Mercy General Hospital
  • Mercy Hospital – Folsom
  • Mercy San Juan Medical Center
  • Methodist Hospital of Sacramento
  • Shriners Hospitals for Children Northern California
  • Sierra Vista Hospital
  • Sutter Medical Center, Sacramento
  • University of California Davis Medical Center
  • Vencor Hospital – Sacramento

San Benito County

  • Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital

San Bernardino County

Receiving Hospitals (With Emergency Department)

Non-Receiving Hospitals (Without Emergency Department)

  • Canyon Ridge Hospital (acute psychiatric hospital) - Chino
  • Loma Linda University Children's HospitalLoma Linda (On LLUMC campus)[14]
  • Patton State Hospital – San Bernardino
  • Robert H. Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital – San Bernardino
  • Vencor Hospital – Ontario

San Diego County

  • Alvarado Hospital Medical Center – San Diego
  • Children's Hospital and Health Center – San Diego
  • Children's Hospital of San Diego – San Diego
  • Jacobs Medical Center - La Jolla
  • Kaiser Hospital - San Diego
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – San Diego
  • Kindred Hospital – San Diego
  • Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women – San Diego
  • Naval Medical Center San Diego – San Diego
  • Palomar Medical Center – Escondido
  • Paradise Valley Hospital – National City
  • Pomerado Hospital – Poway
  • Rady Children's Hospital[15]
  • San Diego County Psychiatric Hospital – San Diego
  • San Luis Rey Hospital – Encinitas
  • Scripps Green Hospital – La Jolla
  • Scripps Memorial Hospital – Encinitas
  • Scripps Memorial Hospital – La Jolla
  • Scripps Mercy Hospital – Chula Vista
  • Scripps Mercy Hospital – San Diego
  • Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center – Chula Vista
  • Sharp Coronado Hospital – Coronado
  • Sharp Grossmont Hospital – La Mesa
  • Sharp Memorial Hospital – San Diego
  • Sharp Mesa Vista – San Diego
  • Tri-City Medical Center – Oceanside
  • UC San Diego Medical Center, Hillcrest – San Diego
  • U.S. Naval Hospital (Camp Pendleton) – Camp Pendleton
  • Veterans Affairs Medical Center San Diego – La Jolla

San Francisco County

  • Almshouse San Francisco (closed), later became the location of Laguna Honda Hospital[3]
  • Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center
  • Kentfield Hospital San Francisco (LTACH) (Vibra Healthcare) - located 6th floor of St. Mary's Medical Center
  • Park Sanitarium (formally the Scobie Memorial Sanitarium; closed)[3][16]
  • Public Health Service Hospital (1912–1981; closed)
  • Saint Francis Memorial Hospital
  • San Francisco Chinese Hospital
  • San Francisco General Hospital (SFDPH)
  • San Francisco Marine Hospital (1853– 1912; closed), was renamed as a Public Health Service Hospital.[3][17]
  • San Francisco VA Medical Center
  • St. Joseph's Hospital (1928–1979; closed)[16]
  • St. Mary's Medical Center
  • Sutter California Pacific Medical Center
    • Davies campus
    • Mission Bernal campus
    • Van Ness campus
  • UCSF Medical Center
    • Parnassus campus
    • Mount Zion campus
    • Mission Bay campus

San Joaquin County

  • Dameron Hospital – Stockton
  • Doctors Hospital of Manteca – Manteca
  • Kaiser Manteca Medical Center – Manteca
  • Lodi Memorial Hospital – Lodi
  • St. Joseph's Medical Center – Stockton
  • San Joaquin General Hospital – French Camp
  • Stockton State Hospital – (1851–1996; closed), the first psychiatric hospital in California.
  • Sutter Tracy Community Hospital – Tracy

San Luis Obispo County

San Mateo County

Santa Barbara County

  • Cottage Children's Hospital – Santa Barbara
  • Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital – Santa Barbara
  • Lompoc Valley Medical Center – Lompoc
  • Marian Regional Medical Center[19]Santa Maria
  • Saint Francis Medical Center – Santa Barbara
  • Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital – Santa Barbara
  • Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital – Solvang

Santa Clara County

Santa Cruz County

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

Shasta County

Sierra County

  • None

Siskiyou County

Solano County

  • Adventist Health Vallejo - Vallejo (Formerly California Specialty Hospital; St. Helena Center For Behavioral Health)
  • David Grant USAF Medical Center – Travis Air Force Base
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – Vallejo
  • NorthBay Medical Center – Fairfield[20]
  • Sutter Solano Medical Center – Vallejo
  • NorthBay VacaValley Hospital – Vacaville[20]
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center – Vacaville (Level II Trauma Center)

Sonoma County

  • Healdsburg District Hospital – Healdsburg
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Santa Rosa – Santa Rosa
  • Sonoma Speciality Hospital (LTACH) (former Sonoma West Medical Center and Palm Drive Hospital) – Sebastopol
  • Petaluma Valley Hospital – Petaluma
  • Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital – Santa Rosa (Level II Trauma Center)
  • Sonoma Developmental Center – Eldridge, opened 1891, the oldest facility in California established specifically for serving the needs of those with developmental disabilities.
  • Sonoma Valley Hospital – Sonoma
  • Sutter Medical Center of Santa Rosa – Santa Rosa

Stanislaus County

  • Doctors Medical Center of Modesto – Modesto
  • Emanuel Medical Center – Turlock
  • Hammond General Hospital – (1942–1946; closed) a United States Army hospital during World War II
  • Kaiser Medical Center – Modesto
  • Memorial Medical Center – Modesto
  • Modesto State Hospital – (1946–1972; closed)
  • Oak Valley Hospital – Oakdale

Sutter County

Tehama County

  • Saint Elizabeth Community Hospital – Red Bluff

Trinity County

Tulare County

  • Kaweah Delta Medical Center – Visalia
  • Porterville Developmental Center – Porterville
  • Sierra View District Hospital – Porterville
  • Tulare Regional Medical Center – Tulare

Tuolumne County

Ventura County

Yolo County

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

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