Alameda Hospital offers comprehensive services including cardiac care, on-site 24-hour lab services, a newly renovated Diagnostic Imaging Center, infusion treatment and cancer care, pulmonary and respiratory care, nutrition services, and rehabilitation and physical therapy. The hospital has a 24-hour Emergency Care Center, with 12 board-certified emergency physicians and more than 35 registered nurses.
The hospital also provides in-patient and outpatient surgical services and long-term care including skilled nursing, rehabilitation and subacute services. Surgical services continue to grow, including hand surgeries, pain management, general orthopedics, sports medicine, gynecology and ophthalmology. Alameda Hospital has an award-winning Certified Primary Stroke Center, and the Kate Creedon Center for Advanced Wound Care and the Bay Area Bone and Joint Center, its newest specialty treatment centers.
Alameda Hospital sponsors a broad range of community wellness activities ranging from fitness classes such as tai chi , yoga and strength training to health fairs and health screenings . It offers a health outreach program for Asian residents and is a major participant in the Let's Move Alameda fitness program. The hospital is proud of its 100-member Alameda Hospital Auxiliary, dedicated volunteers who have provided over 1 million hours of service assisting patients and staff.
As part of the AHS network, Alameda Hospital continues to provide the human touch in offering affordable, world-class care. The hometown mainstay welcomes patients as the community's provider of choice and center of health care services.
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