Award-Winning Care and a Long-Term Commitment to the Community

John Ward, ER patient

Palmdale Regional Medical Center has become a loyal and trusted member of the Antelope Valley community since opening in 2010. As one of the newest hospitals in Southern California, we have provided thousands of residents with high-quality care in a modern, comfortable setting using advanced technology. We are the employer of choice for more than 1,100 residents and we made more than $6 million in capital improvements to our facilities in 2017.

Palmdale Regional's commitment to providing quality care and willingness to invest in the healthcare needs of the residents of the communities we serve is truly what sets us apart.

The Palmdale Difference

Private Patient Rooms

Award-Winning Patient Care

Advanced Technology

Expansion Plans to Meet Your Healthcare Needs

  • Acute rehab unit opened in 2017
  • More beds to come

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'I owe my life to Palmdale Regional'

In April 2018, Greg Gardner’s life changed when he had a heart attack. Doctors at Palmdale Regional performed a catheterization and found that two of Greg’s arteries were 100 percent blocked. He then had two stents placed to help the blood flow normally again. Greg now has a new lease on life. “I have nothing but the highest regard for Palmdale Regional. The people there saved my life. I wouldn’t be here today without them. I owe my life to Palmdale Regional Medical Center.”

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'The care I got was great'

John Ward Jr. is a star athlete at Palmdale High School. When he injured his ankle during a football game, he went to the ER at Palmdale Regional for treatment. He was seen within 10 minutes and X-rays were taken quickly. Fortunately for John, there was no fracture. “After my recent ankle injury, I was seen quickly in the ER and the care I got was great. I’m glad Palmdale Regional is in our neighborhood.”

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'Palmdale Regional saved me – twice'

Palmdale resident Anthony Roosevelt Stokes knows firsthand that no two strokes are the same. He has suffered two strokes, six years apart, and was treated for both at Palmdale Regional. Now, after attending a rehab program, Anthony is fully recovered and is a survivor two-times over. He attends the Stroke Survivors Support Group and offers this advice: "Don't give up. You have to keep trying."

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Chrissy Geiser

'I've been given back my life'

Weight was always a sensitive issue for Chrissy Geiser. For most of her life she was on a roller coaster of dieting, with no success. When her weight began to raise serious health concerns, she decided she was ready to make a lifelong change. After having weight-loss surgery at Palmdale Regional, Chrissy lost 85 pounds, and her blood pressure and cholesterol problem resolved. Today she is totally committed to a healthy diet and regular exercise.

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