Tracy’s healthcare community continues to expand alongside its growing community, offering a wide scope of advanced services and programs. Anchoring the physicians, specialists and clinics of the community is Sutter Tracy Community Hospital (STCH), the area’s sole full-service, acute-care health center.
The not-for-profit, fully accredited hospital has been a part of the region for more than 60 years. Patients have convenient access to a full range of patient and community services through STCH, which features 82 licensed patient beds, an enlarged emergency department and Family Birth Center, as well as a modern, 10,000-square-foot Outpatient Surgery Center and high-tech Diagnostic Imaging Center. Off campus, the Healthy Connections Resource Center in downtown Tracy supplies a host of health education programs, health information, referral services and a number of social and family support services—most of which are free.
STCH was named as the Tracy Chamber of Commerce’s Organization of the Year in January 2010 and received a “Certificate of Excellence” from the California Hospital Assessment & Reporting Task Force in March 2010. The hospital was among eight hospitals in the Sutter Health Network and only 40 across the state to be presented with this award.
For more information on Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, visit www.suttertracy.org.