O’Connor Hospital, the only Catholic hospital in San Jose, is a 358-bed, acute care, not-for-profit community hospital that has served the South San Francisco Bay longer than any other hospital in the region. Established in 1889 by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, O’Connor Hospital (OCH) is a values-driven organization dedicated to providing comprehensive, excellent healthcare that is attentive and compassionate to the whole person: body, mind and spirit.
Key services include cardiac care, cancer care, maternity and mother-baby care, vascular care, wound care and emergency services. OCH is a Joint Commission designated Primary Stroke Center and the only California “Center of Excellence” for Hip Replacement and Knee Replacement. Additionally, OCH sponsors the Pediatric Center for Life, Family Health Center, Parish Nursing programs, and the Stanford-affiliated Family Medicine Residency Program.
OCH is fully accredited by The Joint Commission for accreditation of healthcare organizations, the Department of Health Services and the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
For more information please visit O’Connor Hospital.
Located in Gilroy, Saint Louise Regional Hospital (SLRH) is a 93-bed facility, Catholic not-for profit community hospital sponsored by the Daughters of Charity Health System, which includes five other health care facilities throughout California. Saint Louise, which opened in 1989, provides quality care to the growing communities of south Santa Clara County and north San Benito County with a full range of services. Saint Louise is a values-driven organization dedicated to providing excellent healthcare that is attentive and compassionate to the whole person: body, mind and spirit.
Key services include cardiac care, maternal and mother-baby care, emergency medicine, sports medicine, arthritis care and joint replacement, wound care and hyperbaric medicine and a brand new urgent care center in Morgan Hill.
For more information, please visit Saint Louise Regional Hospital.