San Antonio Regional Hospital

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LOCATIONS

The hospital has multiple locations that provide various medical services to meet your needs: San Antonio Regional Hospital, Scheu Family Building Outpatient Services...
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QUALITY

Delivering the highest quality, most advanced, and safest healthcare to our patients is our top priority. We strive to create an environment known for...
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AWARDS AND ACCOLADES

San Antonio Regional Hospital...an award-winning acute-care hospital offering advanced medical care for residents throughout the Inland Empire....
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Leadership

LEADERSHIP

San Antonio Regional Hospital is a non-profit California public benefit corporation governed by a Board of Trustees and Officers...
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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

At San Antonio Regional Hospital, we are committed to building a strong and vibrant community. Through our tradition of caring, we reach out into the community with services and programs...
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OUR HISTORY...THEN AND NOW

The first patient was treated at San Antonio Hospital in 1907. At the time, Upland was something of an up-and-coming community with nearly 1,500 residents, six churches, two banks, and several busy...
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CONTACT US

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About San Antonio Regional Hospital

 

San Antonio Regional Hospital is an award-winning acute-care hospital offering advanced medical care for residents throughout the Inland Empire. The 363-bed hospital offers a full range of medical with three intensive care units, a 52-bed emergency department with private treatment rooms, and the latest advances in medical and surgical care such as robotic surgery and some of the most advanced imaging technology and cardiovascular treatment in the region. San Antonio’s Healthy Beginnings maternal and child services includes a state-of-the-art neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), fully appointed labor/delivery/recovery (LDR) rooms, and a follow-up center for family support after delivery.  In addition to its main campus in Upland, San Antonio has three satellite medical plazas offering urgent care, diagnostic and treatment services, and physician offices for the convenience of residents in Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, and Eastvale. The hospital treats over 200,000 patients each year, and its ER is one of the busiest in San Bernardino County. 

San Antonio has a strong history and reputation for quality care with a personal touch. The hospital was founded in 1907 at the corner of Arrow Highway and San Antonio Avenue, and 2024 marks its 100-year milestone at its current location on San Bernardino Road. The hospital has earned numerous awards for excellence in emergency, maternity, stroke, cardiac, orthopedic, and cancer care. In 2019, IBM Watson® named San Antonio Regional Hospital one of the 50 Best Cardiovascular Hospitals in the nation. In addition, the hospital has consistently been named the “Best Hospital” in the area by Inland Valley Daily Bulletin readers. True to its values for over 100 years, San Antonio Regional Hospital has emerged as a regional leader in providing quality care with excellence and compassion.

Nursing Jobs and Careers at San Antonio Regional Hospital

 

What makes nursing different at San Antonio Regional Hospital? Collaboration.

 
Many hospitals may say that they offer a team-oriented work environment. San Antonio Regional Hospital is different because we are driven by collaboration. It's one of the reasons we have nurse vacancy rates that are among the lowest in the nation. You'll see our teamwork philosophy demonstrated here in a number of ways:
 
    • Our no pass zone philosophy means that any hospital employee who passes a patient room with the call light activated needs to enter the room and offer assistance. Little things, such as turning a lamp on or off or helping with the position of the bed or TV, can be handled immediately. For more complex issues, the individual will find the RN on duty and share details regarding the patient's needs. The bottom line is that assisting patients is everyone's responsibility.
 
    • Bedside rounding improves communication among nursing staff members during shift changes. Nurses whose shifts are ending share needs and medical concerns with the oncoming nurse in front of each patient.
 
    • Nursing department representatives meet with our CNO on a monthly basis through a Professional Practice Forum. Here, nurses can discuss issues and concerns, as well as share ideas and suggestions with representatives from other areas such as Laboratory and Pharmacy.
 
  • The Nurse Retention Committee is comprised of RN representatives from each nursing department. The Care Team Members make suggestions to keep our turnover rate low and also vote on the Daisy Award winner.
 
It's all part of the San Antonio Regional Hospital mindset. We lead by example and we're never satisfied with the bare minimum. If this sounds like the place for you, apply for a nursing opportunity today. You can also learn more about the following nursing specialties at San Antonio Regional Hospital:
 
 

LEARN MORE ABOUT NURSING SPECIALTIES AT SAN ANTONIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL:

 

 

 

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