East Valley Hospital Medical Center (EVHMC) first opened its doors
in 1958. The Hospital programs are responsive to the healthcare
and educational needs of East San Gabriel Valley communities. EVHMC
aspires to be the leading community health center in the East San
Gabriel Valley by providing healthcare services, programs, and resources
to achieve and sustain healthy citizens and communities.
than 7,100 households in EVHMC's five-city primary service area
are categorized as living under the poverty level, and EVHMC plays
a crucial role in meeting the needs of this underserved population.
All patients are provided with the highest quality medical care,
regardless of their ability to pay. The "Babies Are Special"
program combines prenatal care for mothers-to-be, including teens
within the school district and Medi-Cal patients, with education
on topics such as breast feeding, infant care and safety, and parenting.
The hospital also participates in the health fairs in the communities
they serve providing screenings, flu shots, and education materials.
Facts About EVHMC
of the Board: Robert Gordon
C. Joseph Chang
of Staff: Marc Domaguing, M.D.
of Hospital: Acute Care
by: Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Status: For Profit
Acute Care: 107
Acute Care: 67
Organizations: East Valley Hospital Medical Center Auxiliary
Specialized Services: Intensive Care/Critical Care Unit; Diagnostic
Imaging; Women's Health Department including maternity and childbirth
services and the "Babies Are Special" program; comprehensive
perinatal program; Senior Mental Health Program; cardiopulmonary
servics; Snoring and Sleep Disorders Center; clinical laboratory;
cardiac care; chemical dependency; outpatient surgery; orthopedic
services; and wound care.
Outreach: Health Fairs, Blood Pressure Screenings, Senior Education,
Eye-Das Club for the visually impaired (626) 335-3937, Lupus Support
Group (909) 822-5845, 12 Step Program.