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Healthcare Facilities in California, USA
Find hospitals, clinics, and long-term care facilities in California
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The Atlas contains information about many, not all, of the healthcare facilities in California. Of the ones that OSHPD tracks and are in Atlas, three broad categories exist. Those are hospitals, clinics, and long-term care.
Hospitals - There are five subcategories inside the hospital category. Those subcategories are General Acute Care, Acute Psychiatric, Psychiatric Health Facility, Chemical Dependency Recovery, and Special Hospital.
List of hospitals page.
Clinics - There are five subcategories inside the clinic category. Those subcategories are Community Clinic, Chronic Dialysis Clinic, Surgical Clinic, Psychology Clinic and Alternative Birthing Center.
Long-term care - There are 6 subcategories inside the Long-term care category. Those categories are Skilled Nursing Facility, Congregate Living Health Facility, General Acute Care, ICF/Dev. Disabled, Intermediate Care Facility, and Acute Psychiatric.
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Look up facilities using the table below or the search box in the upper right part of the table. Using that search box will filter or constrain the list of facilities according to what you type. The table columns are sortable as well. The table length can be changed by choosing the number of rows to display from the picklist below. Click the 'View Details' links to go to another page having facility-specific information.
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Definitions - facility types
Healthcare facilities fall into a number of type and subtype categories. The types found in Atlas are defined below and in the glossary. It’s important to note that the type classifications assigned to each facility found in Atlas are according to how a facility is licensed. So for example, a hospital may be licensed as ‘general acute care’ but it’s services are actually mostly skilled nursing long-term care.
HospitalsAcute Psychiatric Hospital: A health facility that provides 24-hour inpatient care for mentally disordered, incompetent, and other patients and provides basic services. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1250(b). [More Information...]
General Acute Care (GAC) Hospital: A health facility providing 24-hour inpatient care, including the following basic services: medical, nursing, surgical, anesthesia, laboratory, radiology, and pharmacy services. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1250(a). [More Information...]
Specialty Hospital: A hospital providing specialty services such as psychiatric and long-term care services. Some psychiatric faclities are considered specialty hospitals and some are considered psychiatric health facilities.
ClinicsSurgical Clinic: A clinic that is not part of a hospital and that provides ambulatory surgical care for patients who remain less than 24 hours. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1204((b)(1). [More Information...]
Community Clinic: A clinic operated by a tax-exempt nonprofit corporation that is supported and maintained in whole or in part by donations, bequests, gifts, grants, government funds or contributions, that may be in the form of money, goods, or services. Any charges to the patient shall be based on the patient's ability to pay, utilizing a sliding fee scale. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1204(A). [More Information...]
Chronic Dialysis Clinic: A clinic that provides less than 24-hour care for the treatment of patients with end-stage renal disease, including renal dialysis services. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1204(B)(2)(b)(2). [More Information...]
Free Clinic: A clinic operated by a tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation supported in whole or in part by voluntary donations, bequests, gifts, grants, government funds or contributions, that may be in the form of money, goods, or services. Patients are not charged for services rendered or for drugs, medicines, appliances, or apparatuses furnished. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1204(B). [More Information...]
Primary Care Clinic: These clinics are the combined grouping of both community clinics and free clinics. They offer primary care services and are not confined to a specific specialty such as dialysis or rehabilitation, etc.
Rehabilitation Clinic: A clinic that, in addition to providing medical services directly, also provides physical rehabilitation services for patients who remain less than 24 hours. Rehabilitation clinics shall provide at least two of the following rehabilitation services: physical therapy, occupational therapy, social, speech pathology, and audiology services.
Specialty Care Clinic: Includes alternate birthing centers, psychology clinics, surgical clinics, dialysis clinics, and rehabilitation clinics as licensed by the Department of Public Health.
Long-term CareSkilled Nursing LTC: A licensed health facility or a distinct part of a long-term care facility which provides skilled nursing care and supportive care to patients whose primary need is for availability of skilled nursing care on an extended basis. It provides 24-hour inpatient care and, as a minimum, includes medical, nursing, dietary, pharmaceutical services and an activity program. Skilled Nursing beds are licensed by CDPH, Licensing and Certification Division for the provision of continuous nursing and other health related services to patients who are not in an acute phase of physical illness, but who require continued care on an inpatient basis. See reference Health and Safety Code Sec 1250(c). [More Information...]
Home Health Agency: Provides care to patients at their place of residence, at a level less intensive than health facility requirements. Services may include, but are not limited to, nursing care, intravenous therapy, respiratory/inhalation therapy, electrocardiology, physical therapy, occupational and recreational therapy, and hospice services.
Hospice: A centrally administered program of palliative and support services which provide psychological, social and spiritual care for dying persons and their families, focusing on pain and symptom control for the patient.
Other Long-term Care (Other LTC): (Intermediate) inpatient care provided to ambulatory or non-ambulatory patients who have recurring need for skilled nursing supervision and need supportive care, but who do not require availability of continuous skilled nursing care.
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