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St. Louise Regional Hospital Recognized for Patient Safety & Reducing C-section Births
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St. Louise Regional Hospital Recognized for Patient Safety & Reducing C-section Births
December 20, 2019-Santa Clara County, CA. – St. Louise Regional Hospital made the State of California’s Patient Safety Honor Roll for demonstrating a strong culture of safety across multiple departments. Last week the hospital made the state’s Maternity Honor Roll for meeting or surpassing a statewide target aimed at reducing births via c-section in first-time mothers with low-risk pregnancies.
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center & St. Louise Regional Hospital Recognized for Reducing C-section Births
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Santa Clara Valley Medical Center & St. Louise Regional Hospital Recognized for Reducing C-section Births
Santa Clara County, CA. – Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and St. Louise Regional Hospital made the State of California’s Maternity Honor Roll, which recognizes hospitals that met or surpassed the statewide target aimed at reducing births via c-section in first-time mothers with low-risk pregnancies. The Honor Roll started in 2015 and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center has made the Honor Roll every year since its inception.
Gilroy Garlic Festival Patient Released Today - Making a Statement at 2 pm, August 1, 2019
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Gilroy Garlic Festival Patient Released Today - Making a Statement at 2 pm, August 1, 2019
Santa Clara County, CA. Friends Brynn Ota-Matthews and Gabriella Gaus suffered gunshot wounds at the Gilroy Garlic Festival. Gabriella was treated at St. Louise Regional Hospital and discharge earlier this week. Brynn has been cared for at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and is being discharged today.
County of Santa Clara Update Regarding Garlic Festival Shooting in Gilroy
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County of Santa Clara Update Regarding Garlic Festival Shooting in Gilroy
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.— The staff and leadership of the County of Santa Clara, County of Santa Clara Health System, including St. Louise Regional Hospital and Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, want to express their condolences to the families and individuals impacted by this senseless tragedy.
The County of Santa Clara Health System is our local healthcare safety net and provider of comprehensive care, service, and program to the residents of our county. The Health System includes the Behavioral Health Services Department, Public Health Department, Santa Clara Valley Medical Center hospital and clinics, O'Connor Hospital, St. Louise Regional Hospital, Emergency Medical Services Agency, Custody Health Services Department, and Valley Health Plan. We are dedicated to the health and well-being of all communities in Santa Clara County.

Here is just some of the work of the Health System:

  • Manage the 911 system
  • Provide high quality care for women and infants
  • Deliver specialized treatment for emergency care, trauma, and burn injuries
  • Protect people during public health emergencies like earthquakes
  • Provide mental health services including suicide prevention and crisis services
  • Offer a low-cost health plan through Covered California
  • Make primary care, family medicine, and pediatric care available
  • Provide care to those with no health coverage or ability to pay
  • Support safe communities through anti-domestic violence programs
  • Promote the necessity and benefits of childhood and other immunizations

Your Health System will continue to improve the patient and customer experience, maximize the value of the services and care we provide, and improve the health of the community. We are committed to Better Health for All.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​