The Emergency Departments at Inland Valley Medical Center and Rancho Springs Medical Center house a combined total of 75 treatment bays, and play an essential role in caring for the urgent health needs of residents of Southwest Riverside County. The Emergency Departments in the two hospitals care for more than 70,000 patients each year.
As the region's only Trauma Center, few hospitals are better prepared to handle medical emergencies than Inland Valley Medical Center. In an area that boasts a high level of extreme outdoor activities such as skydiving, motocross racing, and the like, the staff there is prepared to deal with emergencies seven days a week, 24 hours a day. The Emergency Department is staffed by physicians who are residency trained or board certified in emergency medicine. In addition, you'll find a high-level nursing staff with members nationally certified in emergency medical nursing and having additional certification in trauma care.
Thanks to advanced diagnostic technology, such as our Helical CT Scanner and nuclear medicine camera, physicians have an increased ability to pinpoint trauma — and help save lives.