On this page, you’ll find answers to common questions about the newly completed Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus. This includes the new Medical Center tower and Children’s Hospital expansion tower.

What are the new hospital towers called?

  • The new Loma Linda University Medical Center tower is simply called the adult tower. The original Hinshaw Towers and the Schuman Pavilion make up the rest of the hospital.
  • The new Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital tower is called Children's Hospital – East. The hospital also includes the original facilities, known as Children’s Hospital – West.
  • The Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus is the name for the entirety of the new building. The medical campus includes the new adult tower, Children's Hospital – East and the shared five-story structure at their bases.

Why did you build the new hospitals?

We learned Loma Linda University Medical Center — along with about half of the state's other hospitals — would soon not meet California's latest earthquake safety requirements for acute, inpatient care. To make sure we could continue serving our community, we started planning the new, earthquake-safe medical campus nearly a decade ago.

The newly completed Dennis and Carol Troesh Medical Campus allows us to continue leading the region in healthcare. The adult and children’s hospital towers provide you with new services, more access to care, state-of-the-art technology and much more.

What’s different about the new hospitals?

The new hospital towers have a lot to offer patients and their loved ones. Some of the most impactful features include:

  • State-of-the-art facilities to support growing, evolving healthcare needs far into the future
  • Improved services, like the San Manuel Maternity Pavilion, standalone emergency departments for adults and kids, 20 new operating rooms (plus two hybrid operating rooms) to treat the most complex conditions, and private patient rooms for a more comfortable healing experience
  • Earthquake-ready construction that exceeds the state’s new requirements and keeps everyone in our hospitals as safe as possible
  • Increased capacity for care, allowing us to serve more of our community than ever before

For more information, take a virtual tour of the towers.

Which services have moved to the new hospital towers?

Services that have moved to the new towers are as follows: 

  • Emergency Rooms (adult and pediatrics) have moved to the new campus with access from Prospect Avenue.
  • Adult inpatient care has moved to the new Medical Center tower. Other adult care services will continue to be available at their current locations.
  • Maternity care has moved to the fifth floor of the new Children’s Hospital expansion tower. 
  • Pediatric diagnostics and imaging has moved to the new Children’s Hospital expansion tower. 
  • Pediatric acute care has expanded and will be available in both the existing and new facilities. The NICU and PICU have not moved.

You may also view a diagram (PDF) of the new and existing towers, with services shown on each floor.

I’m pregnant. Where will I be delivering my baby?

The San Manuel Maternity Pavilion provides you complete labor, delivery and postpartum care. The maternity pavilion spans the entire fifth floor of the new Children’s Hospital expansion tower.

How can I work or volunteer at the new hospital?

We’re always looking for compassionate people to join our team in service of others. We encourage you to check our current job openings and volunteer opportunities often.