The mission of the Eden Health District is to improve the health of the community we serve by providing access to direct and indirect care services and health education.

Vision Statement

Our priority is improving health outcomes for our most vulnerable residents by working closely with community and public agencies through prevention, health education, and rapid response to emerging health issues.


The Eden Health District was established in 1948 to build and operate Eden Hospital, a community hospital to serve residents of Castro Valley, San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Hayward and nearby communities. The District operated Eden Hospital until 1998, when Eden Hospital (now known as Eden Medical Center) became an affiliate of Sutter Health. The District no longer has any affiliation with Eden Hospital (Eden Medical Center).

One continuing focus of the District is to oversee the endowment fund known as the Community Health Fund. Through responsible investments the fund uses its earnings to provide grants to local non-profit organizations, enabling them to provide much-needed health care services to those in need. Members of the Board carefully evaluate every application and make their grant selections in open session during a regularly scheduled Board meeting.

The District also provides free health education seminars for the community throughout the year at various locations within the District’s boundaries.

Annual Report

The Eden Health District’s 2022 Annual Report can be found here.

Public Records Requests​

If you would like to review or have copies made of any records Eden Health District has on file which are available for public review and/or copying, please complete the Application  for Inspection and Copying of Public Records of Eden Health District form.

California Healthcare Districts

Healthcare Districts in California are public entities that provide community based health care services to residents throughout the State.  They respond to the needs in their District by providing a range of services, which may include a hospital, clinic, skilled nursing facility or emergency medical services; as well as education and wellness programs.  Each of California’s Healthcare Districts are governed by a locally elected Board of Directors who are directly accountable to the communities they serve.  For more information on Healthcare Districts in California, please visit the Association of California Healthcare Districts (ACHD) website at achd.org.

Public Official Compensation

The State Controller’s Office public compensation website can be found at publicpay.ca.gov

Local Government Financial Data

The State Controller’s Office local government Financial Transaction Reports website can be found at bythenumbers.sco.ca.gov

Alameda Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo)

Enterprise System Catalog

Eden Health District’s Enterprise System Catalog can be viewed here