HCA is one of the nation’s largest and oldest health centers.
The sprawling facility, located on the western edge of downtown Sacramento, was built in 1902 as the state’s largest hospital.
Today, it serves more than 1.4 million people in more than 40 states and the District of Columbia.
In the mid-1960s, the HCA became one of California’s first health care centers to serve people with disabilities, after an extensive program to rehabilitate the facility.
It opened in 1973 and has grown from a single unit into a multilevel facility with three buildings.
Today it is the second-largest health center in the United States and the sixth-largest in the world.
HCA was the first hospital to offer free dental services in the state, which helped make it a magnet for dentists, barbers, and cosmetologists.
The facility is also home to the state of California, which provides free public health care to more than 4.5 million people.
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Centura is known for providing affordable, comprehensive care to patients.
The hospital is the only large health center to offer inpatient and outpatient care, emergency services, and long-term care.
Centuras staff also care for the community, including helping to run community centers, and the facility serves about 1,100,000 residents.
Centurions staff also work with the community in areas ranging from housing to community outreach.
For more information about the hospital, go to www.centurahealth.org.