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Alameda Health System Officially Acquires San Leandro Hospital

Oakland, Calif.-based Alameda Health System has officially assumed ownership of San Leandro (Calif.) Hospital from Sutter Health in Sacramento, Calif.

Alameda will continue operating the current hospital services and intends to create a new acute rehabilitation center for patients with multiple traumas, brain injuries and strokes, according to a news release. Additionally, Alameda Chief Administrative Officer James Jackson has taken over day-to-day management of San Leandro Hospital in addition to his current role at Fairmont Hospital, which is also located in San Leandro.

Alameda signed a letter of intent with Sutter Health to acquire the hospital in May, and the two organizations signed a definitive agreement in July. Sutter also created a $22 million fund to keep the hospital running through the transition period. Alameda has assumed control of the fund.

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Alameda Health System to Take Over San Leandro Hospital From Sutter Health
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