Join us for the ribbon cutting of the Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus, streamed online Friday, August 6.
Advanced technology and patient-focused features make the new towers beacons for care in the region.
See how our community’s support transformed a plot of land into the Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus.
“We have been overwhelmed during these past seven years by God working through so many in support of this immense effort. While it has been an incredible journey, it is just now beginning. Over the coming years, lives will be touched as patients are cared for, students are educated, and Loma Linda University Health continues to live out our motto, to make man whole.”
Built for Everyone
Together, the adult and children’s hospital towers expand access to quality healthcare services for patients of all ages, incomes and health disparities.
The new campus features two emergency rooms — one for adults and one for kids — offering you and your family highly-specialized care.
Private Patient Rooms
Each one of the patient rooms in the towers is designed for a single patient to rest and recover in privacy, comfort and peace.
Ready for the Future
The new hospital building is the largest in the state — and one of the most advanced in the world — ready to meet the region’s growing needs.
WHAT OUR COMMUNITY IS SAYING
Together, we’ve built a better future for our community — and now that future is here. Share a message below and add your voice to the celebration.
"Congratulations from a LLU class of 1990 grad. I worked in the medical center as a courier."
"The vision 'all persons have a right to healthcare' is brought to reality by Loma Linda University Health!"
Senator Tim Mathern
"Praise God the blessing of these new facilities. I can't wait to see the amazing things that will happen in this new space!"