• CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19) INFORMATION

    Due to COVID-19 precautions, the following information is provided for our patients and their families.

  • Urgent Care Patients

    Due to COVID-19 precautions, if you seek medical attention at a San Antonio Regional Hospital Urgent Care and you have a fever and respiratory symptoms, you will need to call the urgent care once you arrive at the facility. Below are the urgent care phone numbers to call before entering the urgent care:


    Urgent Care

    At San Antonio Regional Hospital, we're dedicated to providing the best urgent care facilities and walk-in clinics in Eastvale, Fontana, and Rancho Cucamonga - with the experts and technology to treat life's unexpected interruptions. 

    From simple sprains to colds and the flu, we're here for you when you need us most. You can make an online appointment for quick and convenient medical care including pediatric urgent care.  Alternatively you can walk-in and wait for the next available opening.

    Our urgent care clinics are open now Monday thru Friday 9 am - 8 pm and weekends and holidays 9 am - 5 pm.

  • URGENT CARE APPOINTMENT


    Get InQuicker by making your same-day appointment now at one of our Urgent Cares.

    Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza
    12442 Limonite Ave.
    Eastvale, CA 91752
    951.393.3010

    San Antonio Urgent Care at Eastvale

    Sierra San Antonio Medical Plaza
    16465 Sierra Lakes Pkwy
    Fontana, CA 92336
    909.434.1150

    San Antonio Urgent Care at Sierra Lakes

    Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza
    7777 Milliken Avenue
    Rancho Cucamonga, CA, 91730
    909.948.8000

    San Antonio Urgent Care at Rancho Cucamonga
  • *WHILE WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO ACCOMMODATE OUR PATIENTS AT THEIR RESERVED TIME, APPOINTMENTS MAY BE DELAYED DUE TO MEDICAL EMERGENCIES AND ARE SUBJECT TO THE AVAILABILITY OF EXAM ROOMS.

  • COVID-19 Testing

    At San Antonio Regional Hospital, at this time, limited testing for coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, may be available to those with mild to moderate respiratory illness who are over age 65 and have a history of lung, heart, liver, or kidney disease, or who are immunocompromised. Testing requires a physician’s order.

    Whether you have been tested for COVID-19 or not, the recommendations are the same. Stay home and isolate during your illness. Only leave your home to: 1) seek medical care, 2) pick up groceries, or 3) go to the pharmacy. Your visitors should be limited, and you should maintain a six foot distance between yourself and others whenever possible. Finally, frequent handwashing and cleaning surfaces in your home are highly recommended. .

    Any further questions or concerns should be directed to your family doctor. Additional helpful information on COVID-19 can be found on the Centers for Disease Control website. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus.