The Hospital Council Northern and Central California is a
nonprofit hospital and health system trade association
established in 1961, representing 197 hospitals and health
systems in 50 of California’s 58 counties—from Kern County to the
Oregon border. The Hospital Council’s membership includes
hospitals and health systems ranging from small, rural hospitals
to large, urban medical centers, representing more than 37,000
Hospital Council delivers services geographically through
sections, each with specially designated staff. The structure
provides members with opportunities to pursue common goals and
efforts that may be county-specific and/or regional in nature.
Section meetings occur routinely to timely address local issues.
The Healthcare Foundation of Northern and Central California, the
501(c)(3) non-profit public charity supporting the Hospital
Council, carries out a wide range of health care related programs
Programs to reduce impact of frequent users on emergency
Community based resources to reduce impact on emergency
departments and hospital overcrowding such as respite centers,
mental health services, and temporary housing
Workforce training grants and scholarship programs
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