San Antonio Regional Hospital is an award-winning acute-care hospital offering advanced medical care for residents throughout the Inland Empire region. The
hospital offers a full range of medical, obstetrical, and surgical services,
including open heart, vascular, neurosurgery and urgent care. The hospital treats over
200,000 patients each year, and is the busiest paramedic receiving center in
San Bernardino County. San Antonio has a strong history and reputation for quality
care with a personal touch, and celebrated its centennial in 2007. The hospital
has earned numerous Women’s Choice Awards for excellence in cardiac,
orthopedic, and cancer care. In addition, the hospital has been voted as the
“Best Hospital” in the area for four consecutive years by Inland Valley Daily
Bulletin readers. In addition to the main hospital campus in Upland, San Antonio offers convenient medical services through three additional medical plazas, extending care even further to the areas we serve. Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza, joins Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza in Rancho Cucamonga, and Sierra San Antonio Medical Plaza in Fontana for all your Urgent Care services. True
to its values for over 100 years, San Antonio Regional Hospital has emerged as
a leading provider in quality care and patient satisfaction.
San Antonio Regional Hospital 999 San Bernardino Road,Upland, CA 91786
Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza 12442 Limonite Ave.,Eastvale, CA 91752
Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza 7777 Milliken Avenue,Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Sierra San Antonio Medical Plaza 16465 Sierra Lakes Parkway,Fontana, CA 92336
Building 1100 1100 San Bernardino Road,Upland, CA 91786
999 San Bernardino Rd.
Upland, CA 91786
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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.