Member Health Care Systems and Hospitals
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Los Altos Hills CA
The Daughters of Charity Health System is a regional healthcare system of five hospitals spanning the California coast from the Bay Area to Los Angeles . DCHS is sponsored by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul who, for more than 370 years, have been serving the sick and the poor through healing ministries around the world.O’Connor Hospital, San Jose
Saint Louise Regional Hospital, Gilroy
Seton Medical Center , Daly City
Seton Medical Center Coastside, Moss Beach
St. Francis Medical Center, Lynwood
St. Vincent Medical Center , Los Angeles
Dignity Health Dignity Health, headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., provides integrated, patient and family centered care. It is the fifth largest health system in the country with 10,000 physicians and 55,000 employees across Arizona, California, and Nevada. Through its network of more than 150 ancillary care sites and 40 acute care hospitals, Dignity Health is committed to delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health care services with special attention to the poor and underserved. In 2011, Dignity Health provided $1.4 billion in charity care, community benefit and unreimbursed patient care.
Mark Twain St. Joseph’s Hospital, San Andreas
Mercy Hospitals of Bakersfield
Merch Medical Center Merced - Dominican Campus
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento
Oak Valley Hospital, Oakdale
Saint Francis Memorial Hospital,
St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Red Bluff
Southern California Region
Providence Health and Services is dedicated to meeting the healthcare needs of their communities with more than 12,000 employees, physicians and volunteers. Providence remains committed to their core values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship. A co-sponsorship of the Sisters of Providence and the Sisters of Little Company of Mary, these Catholic hospitals are part of Seattle-based Providence Health & Services, which includes 26 hospitals, more than 35 non-acute facilities, physician clinics, a health plan, a liberal arts university, a high school, approximately 45,000 employees and numerous other health, housing and educational services in California, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Alaska.
Providence Little Company of
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, Burbank
Providence Tarzana Medical Center, Tarzana
St. Joseph Health System is a not-for-profit Catholic health care system of 14 hospitals, as well as home health agencies, hospice care, outpatient services, skilled nursing facilities, community clinics, and physician organizations in California, west Texas and eastern New Mexico. SJHS was established in 1982 and is sponsored by The Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. SJHS extends the Catholic healthcare ministry of the Sisters of St. Joseph by continually improving the health and quality of life of people in the communities they serve.
Mission Hospital, Laguna Beach
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Santa Rosa
Independent or Non-California-Based Health System Hospitals
Saint Agnes Medical Center is a member of Trinity Health, which operates or is affiliated with 44 hospitals, 379 outpatient facilities, numerous long-term care facilities, home health and hospice programs, and senior housing communities in seven states. The Sisters of the Holy Cross opened Saint Agnes Medical Center in Fresno in 1929. Together in Trinity Health, and in the spirit of the Gospel, the mission of Saint Agnes Medical Center is to heal body, mind and spirit, to improve the health of their communities, and to steward the resources entrusted to them.
Saint Agnes Medical Center,
Scripps Health is a not-for-profit, community-based health care delivery network in San Diego, California, that includes four acute-care hospitals on five campuses, more than 2,600 affiliated physicians, an extensive outpatient care network, home health care and associated support services. Scripps Mercy Hospital (San Diego), a Catholic hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, Burlingame, joined the Scripps system in 1995. Scripps Mercy Hospital expanded in October 2004 by joining operations with Scripps Memorial Hospital Chula Vista, creating a second Scripps Mercy campus - Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista.