New, Rapid CT Scanners at O’Connor Hospital Are a ‘Game Changer’ for Patient Experience
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, Calif. – O’Connor Hospital in San Jose has installed two new Computed Tomography (CT) scanners. The new equipment has outstanding speed, power reserves, and sensitivity.
South County Public Safety and Emergency Agencies Get Thanks from St. Louise Regional Hospital on National First Responders Day
Santa Clara County, CA – Representatives from St. Louise Regional Hospital in Gilroy are heading to 15 law enforcement, fire and EMS facilities in south Santa Clara County this morning bearing gifts: fruit baskets, snack packages and a “thank you for all you do” to honor their care colleagues on National First Responders Day.
New Primary Care Clinic Planned for North Santa Clara County
Santa Clara County, CA. October 13, 2022 A newly planned Valley Health Center for the Palo Alto-Mountain View area will bring a full range of primary care services to North Santa Clara County. The services provided are part of the County of Santa Clara Health System’s health care delivery system, Santa Clara Valley Healthcare.
MedAssist Program Expands to Cover All Medications for Diabetes Care
Santa Clara County— To help combat high prescription drug costs, all medications to treat diabetes are being added to the County’s MedAssist Program. People suffering from chronic diseases have a particularly difficult time, not only because of their health condition, but because of the rising cost of their medications.
Physical Rehabilitation Services Nation’s Best
Santa Clara County, CA – July 26, 2022. Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has been recognized as a 2022-2023 Best Hospital for rehabilitation services by U.S. News & World Report. These highly regarded clinical services are part of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Recognized for high-quality stroke care
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA— All three County of Santa Clara public hospitals have received American Heart Association quality achievement awards. These awards recognize the hospitals commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized and research-based guidelines. The quality care they provide ultimately leads to more lives saved and reduced disability.
Medi-Cal Health Coverage Now Available to Adults 50+
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.— All adults in California over the age of 50, regardless of immigration status, may now qualify for Medi-Cal, the State’s version of the federal Medicaid program that provides free or low-cost health coverage.