Blue Shield of California has selected San Antonio Regional Hospital as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement as part of the Blue Distinction Specialty Care program.
Blue Distinction Centers are nationally designated health...
The Heart Center as San Antonio Regional Hospital offers a promising alternative for patients with aortic valve stenosis who might not be candidates for traditional valve replacement surgery.
Aortic valve stenosis is a narrowing of the heart’s aort...
Tony Guglielmo of Alta Loma and his dad Gary took best in show with their 1938 Buick Special Convertible during San Antonio Regional Hospital’s Health & Hot Rods recent car show and men’s health event.
Longtime community supporter Frances Mary Paul donated $75,000 toward a new facility in Upland at the turn of the century. That donation — a hefty one for the times — helped make San Antonio Regional Hospital possible. On Monday, her great granddaughter helped repeat the family tradition.
Sue Scott participated in the hospital’s 31st annual golf tournament at Red Hill ...
More than 1,000 furry animal friends were distributed to youths as part of San Antonio Regional Hospital’s teddy bear clinic at last year’s free All Things Kids Expo.
Cathy Rebman, assistant vice president of business development and community outreach for the hospital, said the clinic was designed to help reduce children’s fears abo...
UPLAND >> Developing healthier populations and helping to recruit more physicians, nurses and other health professionals to the area are some of the goals of a new partnership between a local real estate developer and a ...
As Mother’s Day approaches, we recognize
the importance women play in many
aspects of our lives, including helping to encourage
the good health of their loved ones.
Many women traditionally take on the ro...
For the third consecutive year, San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland has been named a recipient of the Women’s Choice Award® as one of 2016 America’s Best Hospitals for Heart Care. San Antonio is one of 35...
The Power to Boogie was presented by San Antonio Regional Hospital and the Spirit of Women Hospital Network.
Young and old alike tapped, kicked,
and boogied their way to...
Heart disease continues to be the
leading cause of death in the United
States for both men and women. Over
RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Raised heart rates as San Antonio Regional Hospital employees performed a synchronized dance to the disco classic “Stayin’ Alive” were just a side effect of a day focused on health and dance.
The hospital’s version of National Day of Dance for Your Health event, billed as “the Biggest Dance Party for Better Overall Health,” include...
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