Community Education

San Joaquin General Hospital and County Clinics are dedicated to provide health information, as well as, care to the residents of San Joaquin County. We have many departments at boththe Hospital and County Clinics that provide monthly community education classes. Click on the class link below to learn more about a subject that suits you.

Our classes are free of charge and are designed to help County residents live healthier, educate individuals for times of emergencies and promote the delivery of healthy babies.

Due To COVID-19 Restrictions Some Educational Classes Have Been Temporarily Postponed. Please Call For More Information.

Diabetes Health Classes

We offer both pre-diabetes educational classes as well as separate diabetes self-manangement classes at our French Camp location.
Please Note: A Doctor’s referral is required to attend.


Emergency Preparedness

Our Trauma Center offers educational classes and educational materials that offer local residents training for medical emergencies.


Maternity Education

Our maternity education is currently offered in both virtual Microsoft Teamand Face-to-Face group sessons on the following topics:

  • Maternity Orientation
  • Breastfeeding Basics
  • Infant CPR, Car Seat Safety & Safe Sleep
Download Face-to-Face Maternity Orientation Tour
Download Face-to-Face Lactation Support
Download Face-to-Face Black Motherhood Education

County-Wide COVID-19 Testing

San Joaquin General Hospital and County Clinics are participating in a county-wide COVID-19 testing program in the effort to control and minimize the pandemic’s effect on local businesses and activities. For more information on testing site dates and locations see visit:

2023 Outreach Activities

AHA Heart & Stroke Walk 2023

• September 23th, 2023 | UOP Campus
  Check-In 8:00 am | Start 9:00 am

SJGH Maternity Staff Attend the Community Health Fair 2022 With Car Seats For Needy Local Families
The car seats were provided through a grant from AAA and Public Health Services, as well as, charitable donations from the Hospital’s Family Maternity Center and the Hospital’s Patient Helping Fund. The car seats are convertible front and rear facing along with high back booster seats. The Hospital’s maternity staff was assisted by volunteers from Stockton Health Career Academy (junior and seniors), SJGH NICU staff members, and the Hospital’s HRIF Clinic. Public Health Services also provided an on-site car seat technician.