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Watsonville Community Hospital

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  • 106-bed acute care facility
  • In addition to the emergency department that serves as an advanced life support base station for Santa Cruz County, WCH also offers a comprehensive portfolio of medical and surgical services, including a full service Wound Treatment Center
  • WCH recently received accreditation from The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care and now boasts an Accredited Chest Pain Center

Watsonville, CA Community
  • As a part of Santa Cruz County, Watsonville is located just 20 minutes from Santa Cruz, 30 minutes from Monterey, CA and 1.5 hours from San Francisco, CA
  • Watsonville boasts pristine beaches with a Mediterranean climate making this town a hotspot for seaside recreational activities including swimming, surfing, beach volleyball, camping, hiking, picnics and strolls along the beach
  • Arts and culture come alive in Santa Cruz County and can be experienced through an array of art galleries, museums, festivals and outdoor theater performances with popular events including  Shakespeare Santa Cruz, the Capitola Art and Wine Festival, Capitola Twilight Concerts, Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music and the Santa Cruz Film Festival
  • As one of the oldest wine growing regions in the United States, the Santa Cruz area boasts over 70 boutique family-owned wineries and tasting rooms offering live entertainment, numerous art and wine festivals, eateries and picturesque shoreline views
  • The diverse dining scene in Watsonville and Santa Cruz County offers restaurant selections for everyone including hip bistros serving modern California cuisine and award-winning wines, notable neighborhood cafés, family-friendly restaurants with an abundance of menu options and a variety of authentic international cuisine options
  • The Pajaro Valley Unified School District is the largest school district in Santa Cruz County with over 19,900 students attending the district’s 16 elementary schools, six middle schools, four high schools, six charter schools and one alternative school