8800 Grossmont College Dr.
Bldg. 38B, Room 342D
El Cajon, CA 92020
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long with San Diego, Sharp HealthCare has grown enormously over the last half century. From one community hospital, there are now seven in the Sharp system, as well as several urgent care centers, skilled nursing facilities, and affiliated medical groups and physician offices. Sharp’s growth, however, is about much more than just new buildings and campuses. Sharp employs a workforce of nearly 12,000 dedicated employees, including more than 4,000 physicians, to support Sharp’s vast facilities.
Sharp HealthCare has adopted six pillars of excellence as the foundation for its vision to transform the health care experience – called The Sharp Experience. The six pillars – quality, service, people, finance, growth and community – are the basis for everything from strategic planning, organizational goal setting, priority setting, management performance evaluations and meeting agendas.
There are targets set under each pillar that align individual leader’s goals with their department, division, entity and, ultimately, with the entire Sharp system. With the pillars as a guide, communications and work planning are made more manageable and outcome measurements are enhanced.
Scripps is a not-for-profit, community-based health care delivery network in San Diego, California, that includes five acute-care hospitals, more than 2,600 affiliated physicians, an extensive ambulatory care network, home health care and associated support services. As a result of the July 2000 reaffiliation with Scripps Clinic, Scripps now has approximately 10,000 employees and also cares for patients at 12 Scripps Clinic locations throughout San Diego County.
Scripps has a long history in San Diego, dating back to 1924 when Ellen Browning Scripps founded Scripps MemorialHospital and Scripps Metabolic Clinic in La Jolla. Scripps Mercy Hospital, San Diego's oldest hospital, was founded in 1890 and joined the Scripps system in 1995. Today, in addition to Scripps Mercy Hospital and Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (formerly Scripps Memorial Hospital, the Scripps acute-care hospital system includes Scripps Green Hospital, Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas and Scripps Memorial Hospital Chula Vista.
Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) is an organization rich in history and tradition. The small building located at 1809 National Avenue in San Diego has been a source of community services to the residents of Barrio Logan for nearly one hundred years. FHCSD's first health center, the Logan Heights Family Health Center was founded on this site over three decades ago.
South of San Diego's downtown core and East of the bay, Barrio Logan was originally a San Diegueno Indian rancheria. By the early 1900s the community's population included African-Americans, Native Americans, and various European ethnic groups.
The San Diego Industrial School was built in 1911 on the site now occupied by the Heights Family Health Center. When the Logan Heights Family Health Center was remodeled in 1986, a wall was torn down in the front reception area revealing a solid brass plaque which read, "The San Diego Industrial School".
UCSD Healthcare is a designated Level I Trauma Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center and Burn Center, and is favorably ranked by U.S.News & World Report in cancer care and in respiratory disorders specialties.
Career-driven nurses,technicians, support staff and administrators come to UCSD Healthcare because of our emphasis on continuing education and personal growth. New Grads and re-entry nurses are attracted by the extensive orientation programs and outstanding mentors and preceptors who love to teach. AT UCSD Healthcare, you can learn and practice at the cutting-edge in many health care professions, participate in clinical trials and studies, and advance professionally and personally.
UCSD Healthcare ha sthe following "core values":
QUALITY can be expected by our patients and our staff. We work hard to meet or exceed expectations, to maintain a clean, safe, and quiet environment and to set quality standards for our teams, our units, and our departments.
CARING is a commitment to value our many differences and respect the well-being and dignity of both patients and coworkers from diverse backgrounds.
INTEGRITY builds honesty and trust among our staff and our patients. We believe in accepting responsibility for our own behavior and actions.
CREATIVITY encourages our staff to actively seek knowledge, skills, ideas, and technology. TEAMWORK is our commitment to work together to achieve our goals and to serve our patients, regardless of our background or cultures. Through teamwork, we achieve quality in our work, recognizing and celebrating our accomplishments.
UCSD Healthcare has designed a Web site to give you an overview of the many fascinating avenues open to you as a member of our close-knit collaborative teams. To visit see link below.
Located in the cities of Vista and Oceanside in northern San Diego County, Vista Community Clinic (VCC) is a private, nonprofit health care center. It was founded in 1972 to serve people who experience social, cultural or economic barriers to health care.Conceived in the days of free street clinics, VCC's first home was donated space in the local dog pound. Volunteer doctors and nurses cared for people who could not otherwise obtain health care. Pharmaceutical representatives donated drugs and supplies.
In 1974, the Clinic received its first governmental funding and moved to an old church building. The number of people the Clinic served continued to grow. In 1980, we saw more than 8,000 patients in 16,000 visits annually. The decade of the 1980's was a period of tremendous population growth in North County Vista and Oceanside doubled their population. The Vale Terrace Branch site was built for Vista Community Clinic in 1986. In 1988, Vista Community Clinic opened the Tri-City Branch on Thunder Drive across from Tri-City Medical Center.
The number of visits increased 20% a year, to 51,900 in 1990 when the Health Promotion Center was established, and in 1992, the Women's Center opened. It then became clear that the Tri-City Branch could no longer house all the needed services, so a larger facility was secured. Vista Community Clinic-West opened in 1995 as a collaboration with Tri-City Medical Center in a small renovated house on Horne Street in downtown Oceanside.