List of hospitals in California

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

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]


These hospitals are located north of the 10 Freeway:


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


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