San Joaquin General Hospital general acute care facility providing a full range of inpatient services including General Medical/Surgical Care, High-Risk Obstetrics and Neonatal Intensive Care, Pediatrics and Intensive Care. In addition to the 196-bed hospital, the medical campus includes multiple facilities dedicated to comprehensive outpatient services including Primary Care and Specialty Clinics. The Hospital's Ambulatory Care sites, including offices located at French Camp and Stockton provide over 1,340,000 outpatient clinic visits a year.
In addition to providing direct medical services, the hospital is active in providing education for health professionals through post-graduate residency programs in General Surgery, Internal Medicine and Family Practice and has trained over 3,000 physicians since the residency programs were established in 1932. The hospital also participates in clinical affiliation agreements for training programs in a variety of health professions including Registered and Licensed Vocational nurses, Pharmacists, Radiology Technologies, Social Workers and Respiratory Therapists.
The Volunteer Office of San Joaquin General Hospital interviews and places volunteers in the hospital. Teens who are willing to make a six-month commitment are welcome to volunteer working the book cart, front information desk or gift shop. In addition, the Volunteer Office has introduced a new volunteer program, called "Las Teresitas" modeled after the teachings of Mother Teresa. The name Teresita is a befitting name for a program that, at its heart contains compassion, love, respect and a sincere dedication for humanity. If you would like to volunteer and have a desire to contribute to your community, please contact the volunteer office.