There's a reason California is called the Golden State. Beautiful weather and the exciting pace of life have made California the biggest draw in the West. Endless sunny days and boundless natural beauty beckon people from all walks of life and from all over the country. With picturesque mountains and more than 100 miles of beaches, the state offers easy access to a wealth of outdoor adventure. Plus, with the excitement of Universal Studios and Disneyland, and the rivalry of national sports teams, there's always something happening here.
This is a land of unlimited opportunity. Southern California, where Providence medical centers are located, is no exception. Providence serves several communities in the region. You can choose from five hospitals and other service locations. You'll have many opportunities to hone your professional skills.
Providence Saint John’s Health Center is ranked among the nation’s top 50 hospitals by Healthgrades and is renowned for advanced technology, treatment and research at its John Wayne Cancer Institute.
Providence Tarzana Medical Center received recognition as a Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence ranking it among the top 5 percent in the nation for performance on 27 of the most common diagnosis and procedures.
Nationally recognized for clinical performance and trauma care, Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills is the only community hospital in the San Fernando Valley to receive Magnet Status for Nursing Excellence.
For more than 86 years Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center in San Pedro has provided the South Bay community with clinically excellent and compassionate healthcare the South Bay’s first Certified Primary Stroke Center.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance has been the Winner of Truven Health Analytics’ Top 100 Hospitals awarded three years in a row.
Providence Saint Joseph received HealthGrades Stroke Care Excellence Award ranking PSJMC among the top 5% in the nation for 7 consecutive years. They have also received the Joint Commission for Advanced Primary Stroke Center’s Gold Seal of Approval.