San Joaquin General Hospital

San Joaquin General Hospital, originally established in 1857, is a 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 Acute Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 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 Network, including 11 provider sites throughout San Joaquin County provides over 200,000 outpatient clinic visits a year

Community Overview

Stockton is the county seat of San Joaquin County, located in Northern California. With a population of about 290,000, the city ranks as the 12th largest city in California. Stockton serves as one of the state’s two inland seaports and is surrounded by miles of waterways that make up the California Delta. The city  is also nestled in an abundance of farmland within the California Central Valley.

City of Stockton website
Stockton Unified School District website
Stockton Chamber of Commerce website

Neighborhoods and Housing Opportunities

Stockton’s neighborhoods are located within six service districts: Bear Creek District , Valley Oak District,  Lakeview District, Civic District, Park District, and Seaport District.

Outdoor Activities

Stockton’s Park District maintains 63 neighborhood and community parks which range from two- to 64-acres. These parks have amenities such as picnic areas, game and tennis courts, swimming pools, baseball fields, football and soccer fields, tot lots, fountains, and more. The city’s Weber Point Event Center is not only used for festivals, celebrations, and concerts, but also features a long promenade where visitors can take in the beautiful panoramic view of the California Delta.

Cultural Amenities

Stockton is home to the Haggin Museum, an art and history museum located in the city’s beautiful Victory Park. Built in 1928, the museum displays 19th and 20th century artwork and historical exhibits. Its fine art galleries and breathtaking historical panoramas of the area earned the museum the nickname of “the jewel of Stockton.”