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    Caring teams of professionals, dedicated to providing you with the expert care you deserve.

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Welcome to PVHMC

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC) is a 437-bed, fully accredited, acute care hospital serving eastern Los Angeles and western San Bernardino counties.

The nationally recognized, not-for-profit Hospital is home to four Centers of Excellence: The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center, Stead Heart and Vascular Center, Women's & Children's Center, and Trauma Center, and offers a full-service Emergency Department, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Perinatal Center. Specialized services include sleep disorder diagnosis and treatment, robotic surgery, and the Family Medicine Residency Program, in affiliation with the University of California, Los Angeles.

The new Robert and Beverly Lewis Outpatient Pavilion houses an outpatient surgery center and rehabilitation services center. The outpatient surgery center has five outpatient surgical suites with state-of-the-art technology. The Charles M. Magistro Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center has the latest evaluation and exercise equipment, including telemetry treadmills and neurological suspension devices, as well as diagnostic programs and integrated technologies and software systems.

PVHMC also provides a wide range of other outpatient services such as urgent care, radiology, including 3D mammography, and occupational health to the surrounding cities of Pomona, Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Eastvale, Corona, Diamond Bar, Walnut, Ontario, Riverside, San Bernardino La Verne and eastern Los Angeles counties.

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In Touch With You Blog

  • Nov 15

    Creative Corridors Program

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    Physical Therapy & Pain Management - Ten Effective Methods

    “Each October, the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) celebrates the profession of ...

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  • Oct 20

    Recognizing Delays In A Child's Gross Motor Development

    Gross motor development involves the muscle groups required for larger-whole body. It is the ...

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  • When the Morton’s learned that their unborn baby girl, Tessa, had a life threatening condition, they were glad they chose the right hospital. At week 29, the baby's heart rate became too erratic and an emergency c-section was necessary. Weighing only 1 pound, 3 ounces, Tessa was tiny, but tough. Our expert neonatal team began their miracle work. After 87 days of intensive treatment, blood transfusions, an operation, and lots of TLC, Tessa went home to her family. Now she's a healthy and happy baby. While our Women's and Children's Center has earned recognition for ...

  • "I want to pay my highest regards, compliments and praise to your leadership in directing one of the finest of hospitals I've ever been in. On Nov. 15, I was at my yearly doctor check up at the Chino Hills facility with Dr. Wohlert who has replaced Dr. Fontan my former physician. I told her of some chest pain I had recently that happens only when on a brisk walk. She ran a EKG a couple of times and they both came back with an inverted T wave which you may or may not know is a huge red flag in the world of cardiology. She consulted Dr. Mathiau of your top notch cardio team and he said ...

  • When his voice became hoarse and his breathing changed, classic car buff Louis Hunter made a doctor's appointment. At age 41, he was faced with Stage 3 throat cancer. When an oncologist suggested hospice, Louis didn't give up. Instead, he got a second opinion at our Cancer Center. He stayed positive through three months of radiation and chemotherapy. Louis says he'll never forget the compassion of our cancer team. Six years later, Louis just became a grandfather and fixed up another classic. While The Robert and Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center has earned considerable ...

  • Dear Pomona Valley Hospital, Today I was seen in your ER for an injured thumb. I have been seen by Dr. Moore once before and today he passed by, greeted me, and looked at my chart. He made casual conversation which made an uneasy situation more comfortable. His bedside manner is wonderful - both professional and familiar at the same time. When I overheard his conversations with other patients, I realized the dedication and compassion this man embodies. Dr. Moore is one of the most compassionate doctors I have ever dealt with or seen. Also I would like to compliment the timely manner in which I ...

  • An avid tennis player and grandmother, Denise Nelson radiates positive energy. When she discovered a lump in her breast, her mother, a 3-time cancer survivor, told her to Call Nurse Martha at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center's Breast Health Center. Martha immediately helped schedule a 3D Mammography and an MRI for Denise. These advanced screenings revealed cancer in both breasts. After intense treatment and lots of TLC, Denise is loving life and getting back in the game. She says she's grateful to everyone at The Robert & Beverly Lewis Family Cancer Care Center for their ...

  • A fitness buff and mother of four, Cecilia Serafini-Smith is always on the move. When chest pain, arm numbness and nausea stopped her in her tracks (twice), she knew just what to do. She insisted on going to the PVHMC Heart Receiving Center. Our expert cardiac team quickly identified her blocked arteries and stented them. Today, she's filled with gratitude for the lifesaving care she received. While our Stead Heart and Vascular Center has earned national recognition and certifications, it's patients like Cecilia who truly motivate us.

  • Our daughter Baylee was born on Feb. 23, 1998 at 1 pound 12 ounces. On February 9th, 1998 my wife Lori was admitted into San Dimas Hospital due to a ruptured water bag. The doctor told her that the only way the baby would survive was to keep Lori out of labor for at least 2 more weeks. So Lori stayed on bed rest at San Dimas Hospital, and on February 23rd exactly 2 weeks later Lori's water bag broke, and was rushed in for immediate emergency delivery. Baylee couldn't wait for her original due date on June 2nd instead she was born 3 months early at 25 and a half weeks at 1pound ...

  • Nothing stops Tonie Cisneros from attending her kids' soccer games. In fact, she's never missed one. So when her endometriosis worsened, her doctor suggested robotic gynecological surgery. She learned that the tiny incisions, minimal discomfort and accelerated healing offer many advantages over an "old-fashioned" hysterectomy. Tonie went in one day, was out the next, and rallying at her son's game the following weekend. Now Tonie's one of our biggest fans. While our Women's and Children's Center has earned recognition for excellence, it's patients like ...

  • Gary Brandt's life stopped on a dime when his wife found him on the floor of their room, his speech slurred and incapable of movement. Clear signs of a stroke. She called 9-1-1 and Gary was rushed to Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center where a large clot, blocking blood flow to the right side of his brain, was discovered. A procedure was used to extract the clot, saving Gary from paralysis. Now Gary is back at work and enjoying time with his family and their beautiful black lab. While our Stead Heart & Vascular Center has earned national recognition, it's patients like Gary who ...

  • Once the best, always the best An avid athlete, Lauren Lewan has used the Sports Medicine Center (SMC) services at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center since the mid 1980's, receiving care for her various sports related injuries. When her son injured himself wrestling, she brought him to the SMC as well. As an adult, Lauren has continued to trust the Physical Therapy Department for her rehab needs. Recently, while training for a half marathon, Lauren developed a debilitating hip Bursitis. With the race day approaching, again she turned to the physical therapy department she’s ...

  • This is an open letter to the ER staff and the CICU personnel at Pomona Hospital Medical Center in Pomona California and the Los Angeles Fire Department who responded to The Best Western Motel on the morning of September 22nd, 2010. My wife Donna and I were on a road trip and stayed the night in Rowland Heights on September 21, 2010. At 1am on September 22nd I awoke unable to talk and move my left side. My wife called 911 immediately and the Los Angeles Fire Department and their personnel were there in minutes. The next thing I knew I was at the ER room at Pomona Hospital Medical Center and a ...

  • An avid outdoorsman, Art Pauly's life came to a halt when he was struck by sudden weakness, facial droop, and slurred speech. After two hospitals missed his stroke diagnosis, the experts at our Stroke Receiving Center caught it and immediately administered lifesaving treatment. When he was ready, our physical therapists worked with him to regain his strength and balance. Today, Art's back to fishing and says he owes it all to his highly skilled medical team. While our Stead Heart and Vascular Center has earned national recognition and certifications, it's patients like Art who ...

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