GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
Population: Over 310,000
Average Temperature Range: 74.3º High / 48.3º Low
International Airports: 4 within 58 - 87 miles
Domestic Airports: 7 within 7 - 113 miles
Major Cities & Attractions Near By:
Sacramento | 48 min. | 49 miles
San Francisco | 1 hr. 24 min. | 83 miles
Napa Valley - Wine Country | 1 hr. 41 min. | 78 miles
Yosemite National Park | 2 hrs. | 97 miles
Monterey | 2 hr. 17 min. | 147 miles
Lake Tahoe | 2 hr. 42 min. | 169 miles
The communities of San Joaquin County (Stockton, Lodi, Manteca, Tracy and Lathrop) offer residents a unique choice of residential lifestyles. Whether it's an inner-city loft and condominium lifestyles, planned residential subdivisions with lakes, wine country living, open waterway lifestyles and other amenities or enjoy a rural country estate setting, San Joaquin County has it all.
Whether you enjoy professional sports, college action, or youth sports, Stockton offers an amazing variety of year round opportunities to be a spectator or participant.
• Stockton Ports Baseball (Single A Affiliate of the Oakland A’s)
• Stockton Heat (AHL Hockey)
• Stockton Kings (G-League NBA Basketball)
• Pacific Tigers (NCAA Division I - West Coast Conference)
• Delta Mustangs (Big 8 Conference)
• Beautiful Public and Private Golf Courses
The City of Stockton features a nationally respected private University - University of Pacific. Stockton also hosts San Joaquin Delta College, a fully accredited, two year Jr. College. There are three University of California campuses an hours drive from Stockton and Stanford University is within a two-hour drive. Stockton also has a wide range of private parochial schools and a city funded K through 12 unified school system.
The City of Stockton has an accomplished Symphony Orchestra, a Civic Theatre, an Opera Guild and a well-respected Arts Commission. Stockton is also home to the Haggin Museum which features one of the world's finest collection of Albert Bierstadt paintings, as well as, a complete collection of recognized oil paintings and early California art.