Community plans to start accepting patients later this year, pending approval of all state licensing.
The hospital, which received 27,000 visits per year, will help the city address the homelessness crisis, officials said.
The state recently approved a seismic compliance plan for Community Hospital. The next step is getting the staff and equipment in place for an inspection from the California Department of Public Health in the coming weeks.
The 95-year-old Community Hospital could soon be ready to reopen once it receives its state permits.