Heritage has contracted access to the most sought-after hospitals locally and across Southern California.
For 50 years, St. Mary Medical Center has grown to become a leader in medical excellence by continuing to plan and innovate for the future. Progressing from a small facility in 1956 to the comprehensive, 186-bed hospital it is today, St. Mary Medical Center’s dedication to serving the public has remained intrinsic to its core values of Hospitality, Dignity, Justice, Service, and Excellence.
At St. Mary Medical Center, community focus is approached on a person-by-person basis and is ever present in the staff’s total-care philosophy. In the spirit of healing, St. Mary Medical Center provides health care for each patient, addressing and answering patient’s needs individually as valued members of the community. Every day we strive to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.
St. Mary is home to the High Desert’s only fully accredited cardiovascular surgery program and the area’s only Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Founded in 1967, Victor Valley Community Hospital is a 115-bed, nonprofit hospital dedicated to providing high quality, cost effective health care services to residents of the High Desert communities.
Victor Valley Community Hospital offers a full range of family health care services, from primary acute care and highly specialized regional services to outpatient services and wellness education programs. Utilizing sophisticated medical technology and state of-the-art equipment, our caring and compassionate physicians, nursing and clinical staff focus on working as a team to make your hospital visit or stay as comfortable as possible.
At Barstow Community Hospital, we’re committed to improving the health status of the communities we serve. Whether you’re looking for information about a specific health condition, or tips on staying healthy, we’ve got you covered. We’re working hard to help improve the health status of our community.
We don’t wait for health problems to come to us. Barstow Community Hospital works closely with organizations and individuals in the community to provide education about health and wellness, especially things that can be done to prevent or reduce the risk of serious health problems.
In the early 1950′s, residents of Big Bear Valley had a dream of receiving quality healthcare close to home. J.B. Quale conceived the idea for a hospital in 1949 when he broke his hip skiing and was taken down the mountain in an ambulance (a two hour ride). The first planning meeting was held in 1950 and the hospital Fund was incorporated. In 1970, the non-profit, government Hospital District was formed in a general election by a 95% favorable vote.
The original facility was funded by private contributions; a General Bond Obligation and Hill-Burton funds with land donated by the Bear Valley Mutual Water District. Bear Valley Community Hospital was dedicated on June 24, 1974 and the now 30-bed hospital (9 acute care beds and 21 skilled nursing beds) became the cornerstone of the Healthcare District.