We’re proud that our hospitals are designated as Baby-Friendly Hospitals, the highest accreditation for birth centers.
Hospital visitor information, education and resources.
We believe that transparency is a clear step towards providing excellent care to all those who seek it. That is why we are proud to partner with the initiatives of Hospital Quality Institute to share our quality of care data with you.
Dignity Health is committed to treating the whole person—mind, body and spirit.Learn More
Nobody knows when an emergency will arise, so it’s important to know where to go for the right care.Learn More
Our heart care team is here to help you with a range of services from prevention and chronic disease management to advanced diagnostic procedures and treatment.Learn More
The birth of your baby is likely one of the most exciting events in your life, and Dignity Health wants to make sure you and your family experience a healthy and happy beginning for a lifetime of memories.Learn More
Whether your pain is caused by arthritis or sports injuries, we are here to help you get your life back.Learn More
Dignity Health offers a wide range of orthopedic services to address conditions associated with the musculoskeletal system-muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and joints.
The Family Wellness Program of Catholic Charities Mother Lode Office aims to provide brief intervention counseling services to residents of Tuolumne and Calaveras counties.
We are pleased to have partnered with Dignity Health, United Surgical Partners International, Inc. (USPI) and the physician owners of Central California Healthcare Holdings for the ownership and operation of Fresno Surgical Hospital and the Summit Surgical ambulatory surgery center. These two facilities enjoy a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality clinical care, complemented by outstanding patient experiences. We look forward to further enhancing our healing mission, while also providing our patients greater access to excellent surgical care.
St. Joseph's announced that it is one of the first hospitals in California to offer the world's smallest pacemaker for patients with bradycardia.