Contact Regional Medical Center of San Jose
In the tech-focused community of San Jose, it is important to have healthcare that continues to evolve with modern technologies while maintaining a strong commitment to compassionate, personalized attention from talented medical professionals. Regional Medical Center of San Jose upholds each of these values across a wide range of specialties, including cardiovascular care, obstetrics, and trauma. Centrally located in San Jose, Regional is a nationally recognized leader in acute hospital care with a medical staff of more than 500 physicians and specialists.
Driving to Our Hospital
From the south, take the US-101 N to exit 384 to merge onto I-680 toward Sacramento. Take the McKee Rd exit, and keep left at the fork, following signs for McKee Rd W. Merge onto McKee Rd, and use the left two lanes to turn left onto N Jackson Ave. You will see us on the right in one quarter mile.
From the north, take I-880 S to exit 4B for US-101 S toward Los Angeles. Take exit 386B for McKee Rd, and use the right two lanes to turn right onto Jackson Ave. You will see us on the right.
In its early history, the San Jose area was occupied by the Ohlone Native Americans, and it became part of the Spanish Empire in the late 18 th century. For well over a century, the lands of the San Jose region were widely used exclusively for agriculture, but the post-WWII economy drove more people to the area, which spurred residential growth and the development of the technological sector of the San Jose economy. Today, the city is known as the capital of Silicon Valley, and it is home to the headquarters of some of the most prominent companies in technology, including eBay, Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Hitachi, and IBM.
San Jose also has a strong academic community with a number of notable nearby academic institutions such as Stanford University and California State University, East Bay. Homes in the San Jose area are some of the most expensive in the nation, as the high salaries common among regional employers have driven up the cost of living in the area.