As Fresno grew northward and the hospital outgrew its facilities, Saint Agnes Medical Center relocated to its present site in north Fresno in 1975. From the original 75 beds, Saint Agnes has grown to treat tens of thousands of patients each year.
Statistics - Fiscal Year 2013
- Licensed beds: 436
- Staff: 2,618
- Volunteers: 894
- Admissions: 23,221
- Outpatient visits: 238,852
- Medical Staff:845
- Total operating revenue: $459.6 million
- Total community benefits for the poor and broader community: $33.1 million
- Service area population: 1,100,113 – Fresno and Madera counties
- Named a Consumer Choice Award winner among the best hospitals in the country 18 years in a row by National Research Corporation (1996-2013/14). read more >>
- Saint Agnes announces its recertification as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. Saint Agnes is one of more than 925 certified primary stroke centers in 48 states. read more >>
- Received the 2013 Healthgrades Maternity Care Excellence Award for the Seventh Year in a Row. read more >>
- Named fourth best hospital in California for patient engagement by Axial Exchange, a leading patient engagement technology firm, announced its Patient Engagement Index for California hospitals, and ranked Saint Agnes fourth among 135 California hospitals. read more >>
- Saint Agnes Medical Center earns the Quality Respiratory Care Recognition (QRCR) from the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC). read more >>
- Voted Best Hospital for the ninth consecutive year in The Fresno Bee's Central Valley's People's Choice Awards (2005-2013). read more >>
- Named a Consumer Choice Award winner among the best hospitals in the country 17 years in a row by National Research Corporation (1996-2012/13). read more >>
- Voted Best Hospital for the eight consecutive year in The Fresno Bee's Central Valley's People's Choice Awards (2005-2012).
- Received the HealthGrades Maternity Care Excellence Award for the fifth Year in a Row (2007/2008-2010/2011), Ranked Among the Top 5% in the Nation for Maternity Care for the fourth Year in a Row (2008/2009-2010/2011) and was 5-Star Rated for Maternity Care for the seventh Year in a Row (2005 & 2006/2007-2010/2011). read more >>
- Earned full three-year approval with commendation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer (2012-14).
- Saint Agnes becomes first Medical Center in greater Fresno to receive American College of Radiology accreditations in Breast MRI and Nuclear Medicine (through 2014). read more >>
- Named a Consumer Choice Award winner among the best hospitals in the country 16 years in a row by National Research Corporation (1996-2011/12). read more >>
- Earned three gold seals of accreditation by the American College of Radiology in Ultrasound (through 2012), Mammography (through 2013) and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy (through 2013) read more >>
- Saint Agnes Diagnostic Breast Center named a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology (2011). read more >>
- Named recipient of certification as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. Saint Agnes is now one of more than 800 certified stroke centers in 49 states (2011). read more >>
- Named a 5-Star Rated Hospital for the Treatment of Heart Attack two years in a row (2010-11) and 5-Star Rated for Valve Replacement Surgery by HealthGrades (2011). read more >>
- Received the Dale Carnegie Training® Leadership Award for development of human resources, innovation and organizational creativity (2011). read more >>
- Coronary Intensive Care Unit at Saint Agnes received the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence® - first adult critical care unit in Fresno to receive this national award (2009/10). read more >>
- Designated a Blue Distinction Center for Spine Surgery®, Cardiac Care® and Knee and Hip Replacement® by Blue Shield of California (2010).
- Named a Mentor Hospital for Heart Attack Care by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Saint Agnes is among 21 hospitals nationwide - and among only three in California - to receive this distinction (2008 to present).