FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Cathy Rebman |
San Antonio Regional Hospital
Vice President, Business Development & Community Outreach
T: (909) 920-4802
Upland, CA (July 29, 2020) – San Antonio Regional Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of three new members to its Board of Trustees. Dora Barilla, DrPH, MPH; Mary Lopez, PhD, RN, OCN; and Robert Mendez, JD join the board chaired by Vincent J. Carollo, MD.
Dora Barilla, DrPH, MPH is currently Vice President of Community Health Investment at Providence St. Joseph Health, the Co-Founder and President of the national consultancy group HC2 Strategies, and the Founder of Partners for Better Health, a not-for-profit organization promoting community health initiatives. She previously held leadership roles at Loma Linda University Health where she was Associate Director, Institute for Health Policy and Leadership, and later Assistant VP of Strategy and Innovation. Dr. Barilla is also an Assistant Professor of Health Policy & Leadership at Loma Linda School of Public Health. She has served on a number of boards and committees, including the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, where she was chair of the Healthcare Council. Dr. Barilla has authored several professional publications and books on healthcare leadership and public health. She earned her undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine from Pepperdine University, and a DrPH in Health Education from Loma Linda University, with a Cognate in Health Policy from Johns Hopkins University.
Barilla, Lopez, and Mendez have joined an impressive array of existing members and officers of San Antonio’s Board of Trustees. These community members who volunteer their time, energy, skill, and varied experience serve as stewards for a critically important community asset. For more than a century, San Antonio Regional Hospital has provided exceptional healthcare in a compassionate and healing environment. The Board of Trustees is dedicated to ensuring that the hospital is positioned to continue this long-standing tradition for the next 100 years and beyond.
ABOUT SAN ANTONIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL
San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland, California is a 363-bed, nonprofit, acute care hospital that combines excellent clinical care with exceptional compassion. Since 1907, San Antonio Regional Hospital has emerged as a premier regional medical facility with satellite locations across the rapidly expanding Inland Empire. The opening of its new Vineyard Tower represents the culmination of a major expansion project that added a new 52-bed emergency department and a 92-bed patient tower comprised of 80 private rooms and 12 critical care beds on its main hospital campus. The expansion has positioned San Antonio as a hospital of the future, offering state-of-the-art healthcare services in a healing environment that is focused on the patient and family. To learn more, visit
999 San Bernardino Rd.
Upland, CA 91786
Become a Volunteer
History and Milestones
Your Hospital Stay
Giving and Support
Our mission is to improve the overall health of our regional community by offering healthcare services that both comfort and cure, in settings that inspire confidence, and in a manner that earns the trust of our patients, our physicians, and our employees.