An acute care hospital serving Santa Clara County, California, in two locations: the main campus in San Jose and our Mission Oaks campus in Los Gatos. Through leadership in research and adopting the latest technological and clinical practices, Good Samaritan Hospital offers excellent medical care for the high-tech region of Silicon Valley.

Good Samaritan Hospital is one of the first five hospitals in the United States certified by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations as a Primary Stroke Center. Voted by Bay Area Parent magazine as the “Bay Area’s Best Place to Have a Baby”, Good Samaritan has also been awarded “2003 Emergency Department of the Year” by the California Emergency Physicians Medical Group.
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As the Silicon Valley continues to change and grow, so does Regional Medical Center of San Jose. With an employed staff of 1,400 and a medical staff of more than 500 professionals specializing in 21 fields of medicine, dentistry and podiatry, Regional offers world-class healthcare to residents throughout the greater San Jose community.

Since 1965, Regional has been an essential part of Santa Clara County’s public and private health care networks. With a licensed bed capacity of 204 on a spacious campus at Jackson and McKee, Regional is an acute-care hospital that offers a comprehensive array of inpatient and outpatient services. Our six Centers of Excellence include Emergency and Trauma, Cardiovascular, Women and Children’s Health, Neurosciences,
Cancer Care and Medical/Surgical Services. Each specialized area focuses on advancing the science of medicine while providing high quality and safe patient care.

In October 2005, Regional broke ground on a $160-million expansion effort that will result in the addition of several new facilities to the hospital’s campus, in addition to vital upgrades to existing hospital services. We are looking forward to providing our patients, physicians, nurses and support staff a new and improved state-of-the-art facility.


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Paving the way for rebuilding Sequoia Hospital, the MRI has been relocated from its original site on the front driveway to the ground floor of the main hospital building. This will allow our construction crew to begin the new parking garage in early summer.
To view photos of the relocation of the MRI including the magnet being lifted through the roof, click the “View photos” link below, under Planning Our Future.

Our new medical complex will offer comprehensive physician services, advanced inpatient and outpatient care, and expanded ER services, making the best even better. We will continue to offer world class medical care in a compassionate, convenient and patient-friendly environment.

Sequoia Hospital, founded in 1950, is an accredited, not-for-profit community hospital providing innovative medical care to Bay Area residents. Sequoia is rebuilding a state-of-the-art facility at its current site to meet the future healthcare needs of the community.

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 Washington Hospital Healthcare System is a not-for-profit District hospital. We serve the residents of Washington Township Health Care District by providing the latest in medical technology, treatments and healthcare services available. We also provide a wide array of programs, classes and services to the community free-of-charge or for a reduced cost. It’s all part of our mission to serve the District’s healthcare needs.

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 Opened in 1889, O’Connor was the first hospital in Santa Clara County. The original O’Connor Sanitarium, as it was called, was built by Judge Myles P. O’Connor and his wife, Amanda, on 15 acres of country property at the corners of Race and West San Carlos streets. Known for being benefactors of many charitable organizations, the O’Connors’ original intent was to build a home for the elderly, but community needs determined that a hospital was the priority. At the suggestion of Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco, the O’Connors’ asked the Daughters of Charity to operate the hospital. On May 1, 1889, four Daughters of Charity members moved into the almost-ready facility, which opened that
same month.
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 El Camino Hospital, a not-for-profit hospital in Mountain View, California, is located on a 41-acre campus in the heart of Silicon Valley. Consistently ranked as a leading hospital in the area, El Camino Hospital recently received the highest ranking in the Patients’ Evaluation of Performance in California survey.  The hospital has received national recognition for several pioneering programs, in the areas of, cardiac treatment, radiation oncology and maternity. For more than forty years, El Camino Hospital has been distinguished by its high caliber staff and affiliated physicians, comprehensive and innovative services and a long history of responding to the needs of the community
it serves.

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