From its rich heritage grounded in the fertile agricultural soil of Santa Clara County to the current-day Silicon Valley boom, O’Connor Hospital continues to meet the needs of its community by providing a full range of services to an ever-growing population of more than 1.7 million residents.
Its 358-bed acute care facility offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient medical, surgical and specialty programs. Services include cancer, cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation, emergency, medical imaging, orthopedic and joint replacement, spine and pain management, stroke, vascular and a Wound Care Clinic, among other services.
O’Connor Hospital’s Emergency Department features 21 beds, board-certified physicians and specialty-trained nurses. O’Connor is home to one of the only family medicine residency programs in the Bay Area, an affiliation with Stanford University.
In 2015, O’Connor Hospital, a not-for-profit, community-based hospital, provided $44 million in community benefit programs to the community in addition to more than $20 million in care for the elderly.
- 358 Licensed Beds
- 1,446 Employees
- 531 Medical Staff Physicians
- 10,816 Acute Discharges
- 6,075 Surgical Cases
- 2,825 Births
- 59,396 Emergency Visits
Quality Awards & Recognitions
- Joint Commission Hospital National Quality Approval and Accreditation
- Level III Community Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- ACoS Commission on Cancer accreditation for cancer care program
- Undersea Hyperbaric Medical Society certification of Wound Care Clinic and Hyperbaric Department
- American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation accreditation for cardiac rehabilitation program
- Joint Commission “Centers of Excellence”
- Hip Replacement
- Knee Replacement
- Wound Care
- Advanced Primary Stroke Center
- 2016 “Get With The Guidelines® Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and “Target: Stroke Elite Honor Roll” from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
- Blue Distinction Center* for knee replacement and hip replacement program from the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association
- Society of Teachers of Family Medicine’s 2014 National Innovative Program Award
- Cancer Care
- Emergency Services
- Heart Care
- Medical Imaging
- Orthopedics and Joint Replacement
- Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy
- Spine Care and Pain Management
- Stroke Care
- Vascular Services
Clinics & Specialty Services
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