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Professional Women’s Roundtable – Know Your Local Hospitals

Thursday, September 12th, 11:15 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at 8bit Brewing Company, 26755 Jefferson Ave., Ste. F, Murrieta

Loma Linda University Medical Center– Murrieta – Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta is a 106-bed faith-based, non-profit acute care hospital, owned and operated by Loma Linda University Health (LLUH). At Loma Linda University Health our commitment to caring for the mind, body and spirit is part of everything we do. We’re combining our education, clinical care and research programs to fulfill our mission — making man whole. Together, we’ll strengthen our dedication to wellness because everyone deserves the chance to enjoy a longer, healthier life. Loma Linda is rooted in promoting wholeness and our Community Benefit investments are designed to support the community needs. The initiatives and programs include understanding the community health status and the built environment for our health system’s readiness to meet the needs of our community.

Southwest Healthcare System, Rancho Springs and Inland Valley Medical Centers – Southwest Healthcare System is comprised of two acute-care facilities: Inland Valley Medical Center campus, in Wildomar, California and Rancho Springs Medical Center campus, in Murrieta, California. Both hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission.
The Rancho Springs location in Murrieta, California, is a 120-bed acute-care facility with the region’s only Pediatric Emergency Services team. Rancho Springs also provides the area’s only OB/Emergency Department program, which gives expectant mothers 24/7 on-site access to OB/GYN physician coverage. The Childbirth Center at Rancho Springs is the largest in the region and features spacious family-friendly private suites. Rancho’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is operated by Rady Children’s. The Inland Valley location in Wildomar, California, is a licensed 122-bed facility and is Riverside County’s only designated Trauma Center and the county-designated Paramedic Base Station. It provides comprehensive emergency medical services, trauma surgery, intensive care, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation and other services. At Southwest Healthcare System, we’re building relationships that touch the heart.

Temecula Valley Hospital

The 140-bed, five-story Temecula Valley Hospital (TVH) in Temecula, California is defining a new era in healthcare with its advanced technology and patient-focused care. The hospital opened on October 14, 2013, as a center for healing with a soothing environment. TVH prides itself on providing high-quality patient care. TVH is award-winning based on the hospital’s demonstration of national best practices. TVH leaders, staff and physicians are engaged in research and national associations in an effort to further medical advancements and disseminate these national best practices to other hospitals around the country. TVH offers the community a comprehensive range of services similar to hospitals in large metropolitan areas, including open heart surgery and neuroscience services; emergency care featuring ER Reserve; advanced cardiac and stroke care; orthopedics; and general and surgical specialties. Patients are treated as an integral part of the care team, encouraged to collaborate with doctors and nurses in making decisions that affect their care. There are no restrictions on visiting hours, and families are invited to participate in the process. TVH has more than 350 affiliated physicians, 900+ employees, 170 volunteers, and 26 Medical Residents. TVH is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services, Inc.

Rady Children’s Hospital- San Diego

Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego is a 524-bed pediatric care facility providing the largest source of comprehensive pediatric medical services in San Diego, Southern Riverside and Imperial Counties. Rady Children’s is a nonprofit organization and relies on community investment to support its mission.
Rady Children’s has been serving the Southwest Riverside region since 1990, expanding services as the community has grown. Rady Children’s collaborates with local physicians, hospitals and other organizations to provide much needed health care services. In 2012 Rady Children’s opened a 13-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) within Rancho Springs. In 2015 Rady Children’s pediatric emergency medicine physicians began staffing the Emergency Department at Rancho Springs during peak hours. In July 2018 Rady Children’s opened Rady Children’s Medical Plaza, an outpatient center providing specialized health care services in over 20 different subspecialties to children, teens and high-risk pregnant moms. A wide range of developmental services are also offered, including those for children at risk for autism. In addition, Rady Children’s Plaza is home to Alexa’s PLAYC (pronounced “place”), a unique early education program for children 18 months to kindergarten. Rady Children’s continues to look for ways to better serve Southern Riverside’s pediatric population through community input and partnership.

RSVP is a must. The cost to attend the luncheon meeting is $20.00 for members and $25.00 for guests. Must pay online at the Monday before or $25.00 at the door for all. Thank you.

We meet the first Thursday of every month. Join PWR for our monthly lunch meeting. Registration begins at 11:15 a.m.

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The Professional Women’s Roundtable (PWR) is a non-profit, 501c3, women’s organization, dedicated to helping women succeed through mentoring by example, powerful speakers, educational workshops and networking.