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Are you an expectant parent planning to deliver your baby at our hospital?

We've got you covered with our comprehensive childbirth education class and stork tour! Our class is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to confidently approach childbirth. Additionally, we offer a stork tour of our Labor and Delivery Unit to help you become familiar with the environment where you'll be delivering your baby. We're committed to supporting you every step of the way!

Opportunity to join our Maternal Child Health Patient Advisory Council!

We are looking for individuals with recent experiences in maternal and infant care to join our council.

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About Emanuel Medical Center

Since 1917, Emanuel has been the heart of healthcare in Turlock, California, providing incredible high-quality care with compassion to the patients we serve. We are so excited to bring you this same experience online! Lately, we've been thinking a lot about what a hospital is- and what it CAN be. At its fundamental level, we know a hospital is a medical facility. But Emanuel Medical is more than a medical facility, we are a community resource that tries to help people live better, healthier lives. We invite you in to be part of our nearly 100 year tradition. Take a look around, and see how we promote health and wellness while providing you the health care you expect and deserve.

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News & Announcements

Emanuel CEO Speaks with Turlock Journal about Local Impact of Omicron Surge

Feb 4, 2022

As cases of COVID-19 surge with the spread of the Omicron variant, local health officials are working together to help communities stay healthy.

Emanuel Medical Center CEO Dr. Murali Naidu and Stanislaus County Public Health Officer Dr. Julie Vaishampayan spoke with the Turlock Journal about how Omicron is different than other COVID-19 variants, the impact surging cases are having on Turlock’s hospital and how residents can help prevent severe illness.

To read the full article and interview, please visit the Turlock Journal’s website.