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Alameda Health System (AHS), is an integrated public health care system with over 800 beds and 1000 physicians across nine major facilities throughout Alameda County. Founded in 1864 as Alameda County Infirmary, the System has a legacy of commitment to its communities that still serves as its foundation for growth.
As the Twenties roared on, County Supervisors recognized the need for an acute care hospital for the growing community of Oakland. In 1927, Highland Hospital opened its doors with comprehensive services for every resident. Highland even pioneered its own school of nursing, establishing a mission to teach that exists today as a highly competitive graduate-level nursing program on the Highland campus. The hospital’s clinic building was constructed in 1954, with the acute care building added in 1969.
In the 1990s, Alameda County Medical Center was formed as the result of consolidation among Fairmont Hospital, Highland Hospital, John George Psychiatric Pavilion and the community Wellness Centers. Authority over the Medical Center passed from Alameda County Supervisors in 1998 to an independent Board of Trustees.
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