Santa Clara County Health System
|Jurisdiction||Santa Clara County, California|
|Headquarters||Valley Medical Center|
|Annual budget||$3.9 billion|
The County of Santa Clara Health System is the public healthcare system of Santa Clara County, California. Valley Medical Center, in San Jose, is the flagship hospital of the system and the largest hospital in Silicon Valley. It comprises county-owned hospitals, clinics, health-related county agencies, and a health insurance plan.
The Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System was established in 1993. It became the Santa Clara County Health System in March 2019 after the county acquired O'Connor Hospital and Saint Louise Regional Hospital from Verity Health System to prevent the hospitals' closure.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
|• Largest hospital in Silicon Valley|
• 731-bed hospital
|• 358-bed hospital|
St. Louise Regional Hospital
|• 93-bed hospital|
|• 36-bed urgent care|
Valley Health Centers
|Valley Health Centers|
Agencies and programs
- Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department
- Santa Clara County Public Health Department
- Santa Clara County Emergency Medical Services Agency
- Santa Clara County Custody Health Services Department
- Valley Health Plan, a Covered California participating insurance provider
- "County of Santa Clara: Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Adopted Budget" (PDF). Retrieved 8 April 2021.
- Holtzclaw, Barry (March 8, 2019). "Newly Expanded County Hospital System Requires Bigger Subsidies". San Jose Inside. Retrieved April 27, 2020.
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