More Great Reasons to Choose Us
As the largest birthing center in the region, we’re committed to supporting the healthiest possible start for you and your baby.
We’re pleased to report that for the second consecutive time, Rancho Springs Medical Center has been recognized by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners® and International Lactation Consultant Association® for excellence in lactation care. This means you receive dedicated breastfeeding support from caring professionals, who hold the prestigious International Board Certified Lactation Consultant® certification.
Here in our Family Birth Center, you can also enjoy complete couplet care, which allows you and your baby to stay together in the same room. To help your loved ones feel more comfortable, our private labor and delivery suites have been updated with couches that conveniently transition into a bed, for an extra space to rest.
Jeff and Natalie Roldan remarked on the attentiveness of the nurses and doctors at Rancho Springs in the birth of their daughter, Kalia. “We felt they genuinely cared about our comfort and safety of our baby. It really did feel like we were being cared for by extended family! We always felt like our needs were attended to as well as the attention to the little details that make a stay at the hospital much more enjoyable.”
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We’ve earned Blue Distinction® for Maternity and Bariatrics!
This recognition from Blue Cross Blue Shield recognizes Southwest Healthcare System’s programs for delivering quality specialty care safely, effectively and cost-efficiently.
The Maternity award demonstrates our expertise and commitment to quality care for vaginal and cesarean section deliveries – plus it signifies better overall patient satisfaction and a lower percentage of early elective deliveries in our Family Birth Center at Rancho Springs.
Blue Distinction recognition for the Bariatric Center at Inland Valley Medical Center demonstrates our commitment to quality surgical care, post-operative care, outpatient followup care and patient education – as well as lower complication rates and fewer readmissions.