Daughters of Charity Health System operates a network of hospitals and medical centers in California. It offers cancer care, emergency, family, family medicine residency program, heart care, imaging, laboratory, nuclear medicine, orthopedics and joint replacement, palliative care, radiation therapy, rehabilitation and sports therapy, spine care and pain management, spiritual care, social, stroke care, sub acute care, vascular, wound care and hyperbaric medicine, breast care, maternal child health, nutrition counseling, minimally invasive surgery, oncology, pulmonary rehabilitation, sinuplasty, and surgical services. The company also provides women’s health, diabetes, gastroenterology laborat...
26000 Altamont Road
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022-4317
Founded in 2002
Daughters of Charity Health System Negotiates Six-Month Contract Extension with Labor Unions
May 6 15
Daughters of Charity Health System has reached an agreement to extend contracts for six months with its two large unions, Service Employees International Union United Healthcare Workers (SEIU-UHW) and California Nurses Association (CNA). CNA represents approximately 1,600 nurses in four of the six DCHS hospitals, located in Northern and Southern California. The CNA contract has been extended to December 30, 2015. SEIU members work in all of the DCHS hospitals, representing approximately 2,890 employees. The SEIU-UHW contract has been extended to October 31, 2015.
The Daughters of Charity Health System Slashes Hundreds of Jobs After Sale Collapses
Apr 21 15
The Daughters of Charity Health System is slashing 4% of its workforce. That works out to approximately 280 jobs out of about 7,000 at the Catholic hospital system, based in Los Altos Hills. Some of the jobs have already been eliminated, while others will be eliminated over the next few months. The workforce reductions are part of an effort to reduce expenses, stabilize finances 'and better position hospitals while search for a new buyer'. The reductions should restore hospitals to break-even status financially. Details provided April 21 include the following layoffs: 20 management and support jobs at Seton and Seton Coastside; 50 jobs at O'Connor and Saint Louise, at all levels of the organization; 44 jobs at St. Vincent Medical Center in Los Angeles; and 48 jobs at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood, near Los Angeles.
DCHS May Sell Two Local Hospitals To San Mateo
Mar 12 15
Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) is being urged to consider selling their two local hospitals to San Mateo County but it is not clear yet whether the county will be an interested buyer.