We are a teaching hospital accredited by the Joint Commission. In addition to our residency and fellowship programs, RUHS offers training programs for nursing students, medical residents, and allied health professionals. Our learners attend UCR School of Medicine, Loma Linda University, Western College of Health Services, and other facilities.
RUHS has the capacity to manage 200,000 patient visits in specialty outpatient clinics; the expanded Emergency Room/Trauma Unit will have the capacity to manage more than 100,000 patient visits annually. Diagnostic imaging visits exceed 160,000 per year. We have approximately 3,500 employees and staff.
Our 12 outlying clinics provide care for our diverse patient population and act as a networked referral base for the hospital.
Our Mission & Aims
The Emergency Medicine Residency mission aligns with that of RUHS as we are dedicated to providing innovative education and research while fostering the importance of compassion and exceptional care to our patients and underserved communities. Our program is committed to properly train and prepare our residents for the future of Emergency Medicine.
- Lead the evolution of Emergency Medicine education
- Educate on work-life balance and wellness to our residents, faculty, staff and patients
- Encourage leadership, outreach programs and service to our communities
- Provide excellent service, compassionate communication and genuine care for our patients and community
M. Mia Barrozo, Program Coordinator