Urgent Care provides evaluation and treatment of non-life threatening conditions as well as acute illnesses for pediatric through geriatric patients. Patients are treated based on the severity of their illness or injury. Walk-in services are always available.Find a location
If you have an acute life threatening emergency, call 911
Loma Linda University Medical Center
11234 Anderson St. | Loma Linda, CA 92354
(West entrance, off Campus St.)
Our dedicated adult and pediatric emergency departments are staffed by board-certified emergency medicine doctors, advanced practice providers (physician assistants and nurse practitioners), and nurses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are a Level 1 Adult and Level 1 Pediatric Trauma receiving center for San Bernardino, Riverside and Inyo counties. We are also a designated Comprehensive Stroke Center and Chest Pain Center dedicated to rapid intervention for acute strokes and heart attacks.
The entrance to our Emergency Departments is located on Campus Street (the west side of the hospital) just north of Barton Road. Primary parking is immediately adjacent to the emergency department on the east side of Campus Ave.
Information About Your Visit to the Emergency Room
Most Emergency Department visits aren't planned. However, if you are able, please bring the following with you:
- Photo ID
- Health insurance information (card)
- List of prescription medications and dosages
- List of medications to which you are allergic
- List of questions you and your family may have
- Recent test results related to your condition
- Contact information for your regular medical providers
When you arrive and register in the Emergency Department, you will first see a triage nurse. The triage nurse may conduct a brief medical history and exam to determine the severity of your condition. Registration information will be taken by admissions and registration personnel.
Depending on the seriousness of your injury or illness, you may be taken directly to a treatment room, or you may be asked to wait until a treatment area is available.
If your condition changes while you are in the waiting room, please notify the triage nurse immediately.
In treatment room
Our physicians and nurses are specialists in emergency medicine. They will examine you and will create a plan of care based on your individual treatment needs. Lab tests and diagnostic procedures may be ordered to further help diagnose your condition.
Additional consulting physicians and/or social workers may also participate in the evaluation. Since LLUMC/LLUCH is an academic medical center, residents (physicians receiving advanced training) may also be involved in your care, under the supervision of highly qualified professors, called "attending physicians."
Emergency Department physicians will discuss any treatment plans with you, or with you and your family, and will always protect your right to privacy.
After you have been evaluated
Depending upon your specific medical condition, the Emergency Department physician will either:
- Discharge you and allow you to go home
- Admit you to LLUMC, LLUCH, or plan for transfer to one of our partner hospitals
- Plan for further observation in the emergency department
- After your initial contact with a physician, an admissions and registration counselor will ask for your insurance and financial information.
If you are discharged
If you are released following treatment, you will receive written discharge instructions prior to leaving the Emergency Department. It is important that you understand and follow the instructions. At the time of discharge, you will be given instructions for follow up and further care. If you have any questions, make sure you ask your doctor or nurse before you leave.
If you are admitted
The Emergency Department physician will discuss details with you and your family if you are going to be admitted to the Medical Center or transferred to the Children’s Hospital. You will be escorted to a hospital room, and your medical care will be taken over by the healthcare team in the assigned unit.