Helping to keep Glendale healthy has been our focus since we were first opened by the Seventh-day Adventist Church as Glendale Sanitarium in 1905. Today, we are part of Adventist Health---a health system that includes 19 hospitals and a number of other health care organizations in California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii.
A Center of Medical Science
Our mission compels us to go beyond the role of a typical community-based hospital. As a result, Glendale Adventist Medical Center is committed to offering services that position us as one of the leading medical institutions in Southern California.
At Glendale Adventist Medical Center, you will find a true center of medical science:
- State-of-art diagnostic technologies, including advanced MRI and CT scanning
- Innovative surgical techniques for cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, spine surgery, microsurgery and other specialized surgical procedures
- The latest advancements and alternatives to traditional surgery, including endovascular surgery, minimally invasive surgery, brachytherapy for cardiac and cancer patients, and non-surgical treatment options
- Advanced capabilities that enhance services, including a perinatal high-risk pregnancy program, hyperbaric services for wound care, an aquatic therapy program for orthopedic and rehab patients, and many other service enhancements
- 515 inpatient beds, including private rooms in our new patient tower
- Outpatient services in all areas of specialty
- A Family Practice Residency Program that prepares tomorrow's physicians
Building for the Future
Glendale Adventist Medical Center is committed to providing our community with quality care today as well as in the future. We remain vigilant to building and replacing the infrastructure as needed to stay current with regulations and the newest technologies, and to respond to the changing needs of our growing community. In this effort, our Hospital Governing Board, Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors and Executive Team collaborate with physicians, staff and community leaders in planning for the health care needs of the future.