• FAQ

  • We realize that we have literally outgrown our name. We’re no longer just a community hospital. The word “regional” better reflects the depth and breadth of the hospital’s services and our expanding patient base, which extends across much of the Inland Empire. Our new name and identity acknowledge our hospital’s current platform of growth and its expanding footprint of comprehensive healthcare services across much of the Inland Empire. 

    We considered feedback from our employees, our community members, and other key stakeholders, and then conducted a thorough study of the market, including focus groups, to make sure our new name best represents how our hospital is thought of today. The results were clear. The word “regional” better describes the geographic area we serve and also reflects the advanced medical services and technology we now provide.

    By changing from San Antonio Community Hospital to San Antonio Regional Hospital, we are better reflecting who we are – a compassionate and caring provider of advanced medical services to patients across much of the Inland Empire.

    Our new name became effective as of March 16, 2015, but it does not reflect a change in ownership or in the core values we hold dear.  The hospital will continue its operations as it always has, providing superior medical care to those in need.  . New signage that will be installed throughout the hospital’s campus will be erected during the final stages of construction. 

    You can expect the same high quality, compassionate care you have been receiving from our physicians, nurses, and staff. They are recognize that our new name and image better reflects the advanced level of care they provide everyday.

    Over our 108-year history, San Antonio Regional Hospital has grown and expanded its services to meet community needs so that residents of the communities we serve do not have to leave the area to receive care. We will continue this approach into the future. Our Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza project will open in 2015 and joins our medical plazas in Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana. We also expect the emergency department expansion and patient tower project on our main hospital campus to be completed in 2015.

    We are looking to open the emergency department and new patient tower in 2015. 

    No. We will retain the leaf image, which has come to symbolize the high quality, compassionate care we have provided for 107 years. This symbol not only conveys the strength and legacy of the hospital’s past, it embodies the vibrant growth of the organization as it has been transformed from a community hospital into a regional health leader with a demonstrated commitment to ensuring a healthy future for people in communities throughout the Inland Empire.