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Riverside Community Hospital has been serving Riverside and growing alongside the city since 1901 with an ongoing commitment to highly specialized services in obstetrics, cancer care, cardiology, and surgery. Our ever-growing facilities currently house 373 beds and a staff of 1,900 with 500 specialized physicians. We are proud to be a dedicated STEMI Receiving Center, Nationally Accredited Chest Pain Center, and Center of Excellence in Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.
Driving to Our Hospital
From the south, you can reach our hospital via CA-91 E. Head northeast on CA-91 and take exit 63 for 14 th St. Use the left 2 lanes to turn onto 14 th St, and continue for half a mile. Turn left onto Magnolia Ave, and you will see us on the right.
From the north, take the I-10 W to exit 72 for I-215 S toward Riverside. Keep left at the fork to continue on exit 72A, and merge onto I-215 S. Continue onto CA-91 W and take exit 34A for Pomona Freeway/California 60 W. Keep left, and follow signs for Market St to merge onto CA-60 W. Take exit 52A for Market Street, and make a sharp left. Continue onto Magnolia Ave, and you will see us on the right.
Riverside, CA is at the heart of the Inland Empire as the largest city in the region with about 303,000 residents. The city is named for its location along the Santa Ana River, and it was founded in the 1870s as the birthplace of the California citrus industry. Two of the city’s major landmarks are the original citrus trees planted in the state of California, one of which was a navel orange tree replanted by Theodore Roosevelt.
Today the city of Riverside is known as the City of Arts & Innovation with a strong creative influence from the University of California, Riverside. Riverside has a diverse economy with light-industry manufacturing, healthcare, and the remnants of the citrus production and packing industries. There are strong environmental concerns in the city, which is part of the Smog Belt, and the city has made efforts to curb these concerns with a fleet of natural gas powered city buses.