Health Care

Lodi Memorial Hospital has been a part of the community for over 50 years. Lodi Memorial Hospital is a nonprofit health care provider that has approximately 173 beds. Its mission is to provide quality medical care, education and support services to the community. Currently, Lodi Memorial has two hospital campuses and eight satellite clinics that are used to provide a variety of inpatient, outpatient, urgent, emergency and primary care services. In 2008, the hospital broke ground for the construction of a four-story patient wing. Population growth, new technologies, privacy concerns and state seismic regulations all played a part in the need for Lodi Memorial Hospital to expand its inpatient services and Lodi Memorial is eager to continue upgrading to offer the best service possible to Lodi residents.

Through Lodi Memorial Hospital’s recent merger and acquisition by Adventist Health, it is now positioned to boldly move forward in expanding health care services to the people of Lodi and the surrounding area. This merger/acquisition will have long-lasting positive benefits as they continue to evaluate and meet the future health care needs for the residents of the Lodi community.

In addition to providing quality care to the community, Lodi Memorial Hospital is dedicated to providing education and other support services. Ranking among the highest levels in patient satisfaction and patient outcomes, Lodi Memorial Hospital has proven to be a great asset to the community.

Lodi Memorial provides services to fit everyone’s needs in the community. Services include intensive care, 24-hour emergency care, maternity, nursery, pediatric, dialysis, acute physical rehabilitation and surgical services.

Services are provided to all despite income, and a free clinic is available for those who do not have insurance.

The hospital’s vision is to provide a system of health care services that are clinically effective, quality driven and community focused in an environment that supports and encourages excellence. In partnership with its medical staff, Lodi Memorial assumes accountability for the health of the community, is responsible for illness and injury prevention and provides care for the ill and injured. It measures its success on quality outcomes and customer satisfaction.

Other services include home healthcare, an urgent care clinic, four primary care clinics, a prenatal clinic and a pediatric clinic.

The Lodi Primary Care Medical Center was formed in 1995 by a group of practitioners who wanted to provide more medical options to their patients. The center has grown into a practice of 22 primary care practitioners. Of the 22 practitioners, there are 15 family practitioners, six internists, three pediatricians and one physician assistant.

The center’s goal is to provide the best medical care while being cost-effective for patients and their families. LPCMC works with the community to serve both adults and children in and around the Lodi area.

The Delta Radiology Medical Group also serves the Lodi area. The Delta Radiology Medical Group serves St. Joseph’s Medical Center, Lodi Memorial Hospital, and San Joaquin Hospital.

The group has 15 board-certified radiologists who provide outpatient services in Lodi, Manteca and Stockton. Services in Lodi include state-of-the-art MRIs, mammograms, bone density studies, ultrasounds, CT scans, X-rays and open MRI. The Delta Radiology Group is dedicated to bringing the latest technology to its patients, providing the only digital mammogram that has computer aided detection and utilizes digital X-rays.