A Rich Tradition of Trust, Experience and Community Ivolvement
Palmdale Regional Medical Center offers a comprehensive range of services in a number of specializations. Those services include an award-winning Intensive Care Unit (ICU), cardiovascular services, neurosciences, bariatrics, emergency medicine, orthopedics/spine, oncology, wound care and outpatient rehabilitation.
Palmdale Regional Medical Center is STEMI certified, and is licensed for 157 beds.
Palmdale Regional Medical Center is fully accredited for all services surveyed by The Joint Commission, a non-profit organization that accredits and certifies more than 20,000 healthcare organizations and programs in the United States.
The hospital is located in Palmdale, California, a fast-growing high desert community in the Antelope Valley. It is approximately 55 miles north of Los Angeles. Palmdale has many neighboring cities and communities, which make for a total population of nearly 500,000.
The city of Palmdale has much to offer people by being a close-knit community with affordable housing and many of the amenities that a city has to offer with dining, shopping, theaters, parks and a variety of primary, middle and high schools. There are two colleges in the area — Antelope Valley College and the University of Antelope Valley.
Palmdale is close to many outdoor activities including beaches, hiking, ski areas, bike trails, the Poppy Preserve and the wide open spaces the High Desert offers.
Palmdale is within an hour drive to Los Angeles, California and all of the activities, culture, entertainment and dining experiences that the large city offers. In addition, many other cities are nearby, such as the city of Anaheim which includes the Disneyland Resort. Many beach communities are also within close proximity. The Santa Clarita Valley is approximately 30 miles south of Palmdale, en route to Los Angeles, and offers an even closer area of opportunity for city and community involvement.
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What Makes Working at Palmdale Regional Unique?
The hospital centers itself around high quality outcomes and initiatives. We have on-site education programs (paid time), opportunities for growth, the DAISY Award program, tuition reimbursement, an employee referral bonus, and a supportive, caring, friendly, unique esprit de corps among the nursing staff. The hospital opened in 2010 and is continually adding services and capabilities to better serve the surrounding region.