About our medical center
At Kaiser Permanente, we are dedicated to providing quality care for our members and their families, and to improve the health of our communities.
Serving California's Silicon Valley, the Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center provides high-quality health care for 289,000 members at our medical facility at Homestead Road and Lawrence Expressway, and at our three satellite clinics in Campbell, Milpitas and Mountain View.
Our facility in Santa Clara features a 270-provider medical office building, which opened in 2005, and a 327-bed acute care hospital, which opened in August 2007, to replace the old hospital at Kiely Boulevard.
More than 485 physicians and 4300 staff care for members in the Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center service area, which extends as far north as Palo Alto, as far south as San Jose, to Milpitas in the east and to the Santa Cruz Mountains in the west. The satellite clinics are located to provide convenient access to our physicians and medical services for members who live outside the city of Santa Clara in Campbell, Milpitas and Mountain View.
Santa Clara campus size
Total Site = 52 acres
- Buildings = 1.26 million gross square feet
- 2 parking structures
Santa Clara medical office building
- 520,000 gross square feet, four floors
- 426 (standard) exam rooms
- 270 provider offices
- 59 total departments (including Specialty Clinics)
Santa Clara hospital
- 710,000 gross square feet, three and four-floor wings
- 327 licensed beds
- 37 total departments
Santa Clara cancer treatment center
- 17,000 gross square feet, single story, west side of Calabazas Creek
Santa Clara campus earthquake technology
To meet California's new seismic standards, the new Santa Clara Medical Center is the first hospital in the U.S. to incorporate an innovative design called an "unbonded, brace-frame system."
The design won an Excellence in Structural Engineering Award from the Structural Engineers Association of Northern California.