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Training Sites


St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton, CA is the main inpatient site. St. Joseph’s is the largest hospital in the Dignity Health network and the largest hospital in San Joaquin County. The hospital sees a diverse mix of patients, including a large pediatric volume. 

Community Medical Centers – Channel is the main primary care outpatient site. Community Medical Centers provides comprehensive patient centered care to the diverse communities of San Joaquin, Solano, and Yolo counties. The Channel site is the primary site for the Stockton area. Residents have additional pediatric experience at Community Medical Centers – Waterloo

Gill Obstetrics and Gynecology Medical Group provides care to the greater Stockton area, and residents will work with their 19 physicians at their outpatient offices as well as caring for obstetric patients at St. Joseph’s Medical Center.

Alpine Orthopaedic Medical Group and Spine Center offers a broad spectrum of orthopaedic care. The group’s 15 physicians are dedicated to teaching residents a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal and sports medicine knowledge. 

Good Samaritan Rehabilitation and Care Center is a 98-bed facility located in Stockton. It provides extended-stay nursing care to seniors with varying levels of disabilities. 

St. Joseph’s Behavior Health Center provides behavioral evaluations, a chemical recovery program, and both inpatient and outpatient services for a range of mental health disorders. 

San Joaquin Cardiology Medical Group consists of four cardiologists at two Stockton locations and is one of the largest and oldest cardiology practices in the Stockton area, providing outpatient and inpatient services to the Stockton community. 

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland is among the nation’s top-tier pediatric medical centers. It is one of only five ACS Pediatric Level 1 trauma centers in California and boasts a range of pediatric specialties as well as a robust research institute. 

Center for Sight is a 6-physician ophthalmology group with five central valley locations, including two in Stockton. The group has a 37-year history of treating a wide range of ophthalmologic disorders in the greater Stockton area. 

Residents will train with St. Joseph’s Medical Center affiliated urologists as part of their specialty surgical training. 

Residents will train with otolaryngologists affiliated with the Kaiser Permanente Medical Group - Central Valley