Fairmont Hospital is a vital resource for many stages in the continuum of care. The Acute Rehabilitation Center is one of the foremost providers of rehabilitation services in Northern California, treating severe injuries such as stroke, brain and multiple-trauma.
Fairmont Hospital has a rich history spanning the past 136 years. Originally known as the Alameda County Infirmary, it admitted its first patient on August 16, 1864. In the 1920s, Fairmont began providing rehabilitation services. It has established groundbreaking programs in areas such as geriatrics and was the first hospital in the East Bay to offer AIDS services.
Today Fairmont’s growth and outreach into the community continues with the expansion and addition of sub-clinic services for brain injury and spinal cord injury, and collaboration with select health centers in the community to ensure quality outpatient care to the county’s residents.
Fairmont also provides a hospital-based Skilled Nursing Facility for long-term care services to patients whose complex needs after acute hospitalization cannot be met in a community skilled nursing facility.
15400 Foothill Blvd.
San Leandro, CA. 94578
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