About Loma Linda University Medical Center
Since its beginning in 1905, Loma Linda University Medical Center has been serving the worldwide community and is an international leader in infant heart transplantation and proton radiation therapy for cancer. The present 11-story Medical Center, along with the East Campus, Surgical Hospital, and Behavioral Medical Center, has nearly 900 beds available for patient care. Loma Linda University Medical Center is also a teaching hospital. It is among the largest private medical educational centers in the United States. Loma Linda University Medical Center comprises more than 23 acres of floor space, which includes a research wing. The laboratories here are used by researchers at the Loma Linda University School of Medicine--the second-largest private medical school in California. Most of the Medical Center's 550-physician staff are on the School of Medicine faculty.
Loma Linda University Medical Center serves 33,000 inpatients and 650,000 outpatients annually. Loma Linda University Medical Center has some of the leading clinical programs in the United States, including outpatient surgery and neonatal care. It is licensed for 72 neonatal intensive care beds for premature or sick babies and is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the world.
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