It’s taken thousands of people — and tens of thousands of supporters — nearly a decade to realize our new medical campus. See what it took to go from vision to reality.
The Need for a New Hospital
Loma Linda University Medical Center was built in the 1960s. With each passing decade, our capabilities in clinical care, education and research advanced — and so did state building standards. By 2020, the iconic cloverleaf hospital would no longer meet California’s earthquake safety requirements for acute, inpatient care. But when we began planning the hospital’s future, seismic safety quickly became just one piece of a bolder vision for healthcare.
Built for and by our community, the newly completed Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus is our vision made real. You’ll find new services, more access to care, state-of-the-art technology, previously impossible clinical studies and, above all, the same commitment to compassion we’ve had for more than 100 years. While we don’t know what the next 100 will bring, we do know one thing for certain: we’ll never stop building a healthier future for you.
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