The change in our identity and 108-year-old
brand was made only after careful consideration.
In fact, hospital leadership spent the better part of a year engaging the
community and other key stakeholders in this decision. Research and focus groups were conducted where
we ascertained the participants' unique perspectives of our hospital and its people. Their
opinions validated our decision to expand our brand as we expand our presence
in the Inland Empire.
When Dr. William Howard Craig began caring
for his community over a century ago, our patients came from just a few square
miles. As the population grew, our hospital
expanded to meet this growing demand for healthcare services. As the decades passed, our original community
hospital with basic services has become a sophisticated healthcare organization
that draws patients from throughout the Inland Empire. We literally outgrew our name.
San Antonio Regional Hospital treats over
200,000 patients each year, and is the busiest paramedic receiving center in
San Bernardino County. But we are also
more than just a single hospital serving the ill and injured. Our new name is a reflection of our growth
and focus on not just hospital based care, but on a broader scope of healthcare
services that emphasize wellness and prevention. While we remain committed to
providing high quality advanced care to the sick and injured, it is also our
responsibility to ensure better overall health for all of the members of our
communities. This is the essence of our nonprofit mission, and as the flagship
healthcare facility in our area, we will continue our rich history of growing
to meet the needs of the people we serve.
999 San Bernardino Rd.
Upland, CA 91786
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