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Hospitals
In the Central San Joaquin Valley - ranked by number of licensed beds-if tied, by number of employees
2019
2018
Name of Hospital
Address
Phone
Fax
Number of licensed beds
Physicians
Nurses
Employees
Net 2018 revenue from patients
Special services offered
Nonprofit/Profit
IRS designation
Top local executive
Yr. founded locally
1
(1)
Coalinga State Hospital
24511 W. Jayne Ave.
Coalinga, CA 93210
935-4300
935-7142
1,500
WND
WND
WND
$266.73 million
Cognitive behavioral & relapse prevention training, reconditioning and pharmacological treatments, polygraph and plethysmography, substance abuse treatment, vocational training & more
Nonprofit
State funded
Brandon Price, executive director
2005
2
(2)
Porterville Developmental Center
26501 Avenue 140
Porterville, CA 93258
782-2222
WND
1,226
WND
WND
WND
$120.63 million
To care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Home residences, training/work sites, auditorium, two gymnasiums and swimming pool complexes, athletic field, religious center and more
WND
WND
Gabriela Maleszewski, executive director
WND
3
(3)
Community Regional Medical Center
2823 Fresno St.
Fresno, CA 93721
459-6000
WND
685
1,400
2,000
4,900
$1.30 billion
Neuroscience, orthopedics/joint replacement, primary stroke center, burn, trauma, cardiovascular services, neonatal intensive care, cancer treatment & much more
Nonprofit
501c(3)
Craig S. Castro, president/CEO, Craig Wagoner, CEO Community Regional & Clovis Community Medical Centers
1897
4
(4)
Kaweah Delta Health Care District
400 W. Mineral King Ave.
Visalia, CA 93291
624-2221
635-4021
581
WND
WND
WND
$635.14 million
To provide safe, high-quality, customer-oriented and financially strong health care services for those we serve
Nonprofit
Political subdivision of the State of California
Gary K. Herbst, CEO
1961
5
(5)
Saint Agnes Medical Center
1303 E. Herndon Ave.
Fresno, CA 93720
450-2229
WND
436
780
WND
WND
$531.27 million
Heart, radiology, robotic surgery, cancer, neurosurgery, hospice & more
Nonprofit
501c(3)
Nancy Hollingsworth, CEO/registered nurse
1929

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