The Stanford Life Flight program began May 1, 1984. Stanford Life Flight flies in an EC 145 helicopter that can fly under both visual and instrument flight rules, allowing for response to calls in nearly any weather. The aircraft will accommodate two patients with two Flight Nurses, or one patient with up to four caregivers, plus the Pilot. During the non-flight time, the flight nurses are available to support the Emergency Department and the ICUs. Stanford Life Flight celebrates 30 years.
After a vendor’s electronic file that included certain Stanford Hospital & Clinics|Stanford Health Care patient information was discovered on a web site on August 22, 2011, it was removed the next day and SHC began an aggressive investigation.
A $20 million lawsuit was filed against Stanford Hospital & Clinics and Multi-Specialty Collection Services LLC, for the data breach that had the medical records of 20,000 patients on commercial website for a year. Stanford Hospitals & Clinics has severed all connections with this contractor and will “vigorously defend” itself.
Good Samaritan Hospital
Burdicks Painting, San Jose, CA
The hospital was one of the first five hospitals in the United States to be certified by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center. It is affiliated with Stanford University and the National Institutes of Health in this endeavor.
A helipad was built in 2003.
Good Samaritan Health System also operated San Jose Medical Center and Gilroy’s South Valley Hospital at the time of the HCA acquisition. Catholic Healthcare West bought South Valley Hospital in 1999 and relocated Saint Louise Hospital in Morgan Hill to the Gilroy location. San Jose Medical Center (503-bed) was closed in 2004. HCA acquired the Alexian Brothers Hospital in San Jose in 1998, and renamed it Regional Medical Center of San Jose.
The hospital purchased the 99-bed Mission Oaks Hospital in Los Gatos to provide short-stay services and outpatient cancer treatment.
Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara & Santa Teresa
Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara
At Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara, members and patients are at the heart of everything we do. We’re dedicated to helping you live a happier, healthier life.
We’re here for you
With locations in Santa Clara, Campbell, Cupertino, Milpitas, Mountain View and Sunnyvale, it’s simple to find the care you need at a location that’s convenient for you.
Along with primary care, urgent care, emergency care, and labor and delivery, members have convenient access to a wide choice of specialty services. Our specialty care departments range from allergy to urology, and everything in between.
Our more than 700 physicians and 4,300 nurses and other health care professionals are dedicated to providing you high-quality, comprehensive care. Serving more than 320,000 members in the Santa Clara service area, we partner with you so you have the knowledge and tools to manage your health – inside and outside the doctor’s office.
Health on the Go
As our member, you have 24/7 access to online tools to manage your health, including the ability to schedule appointments, e-mail your doctor, refill your prescriptions, review lab results, find health education classes, and learn about wellness, all at your fingertips.
Our unique approach to health care—integrating physicians, hospitals, services, and insurance in one place—ensures you and your family have access to the health care you need and the wellness programs you want. This is health care that fits your life.
About Kaiser Permanente: https://thrive.kaiserpermanente.org/care-near-you/northern-california/santaclara/about-us/
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (night)
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is dedicated to the health of the whole community. It is our mission to:
Provide high quality, cost-effective medical care to all residents of Santa Clara County regardless of their ability to pay.
Make available a wide range of inpatient, outpatient and emergency services within resource constraints.
Maintain an environment within which the needs of our patients are paramount and where patients, their families and all our visitors are treated in a compassionate, supportive, friendly, and dignified manner.
Support a setting within which quality medical education and professional training are conducted for the welfare and benefit of our patients and community.
Sustain a workplace which recognizes and appreciates our employees and allows employees to realize their full work potential.
At Santa Clara Valley Medical Center we conduct ourselves and provide services following our organizational values that are at the heart of who we are.