|Location||100 W. California Boulevard
Pasadena, California, United States
|Affiliated university||University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine|
|Standards||American College of Surgeons
|Emergency department||Level II trauma center|
|Helipad||FAA LID: CL14|
|Lists||Hospitals in California|
Huntington Memorial Hospital is a 635-bed not-for-profit hospital in Pasadena, California. The official name of the hospital is Pasadena Hospital DBA (doing business as) Collis Potter and Howard Edwards Huntington Memorial Hospital, known locally as HMH, Huntington Memorial or Huntington Hospital.
In the 1930s Pasadena Hospital was awarded two million dollars from the estate of Henry Edwards Huntington, a Southern California businessman and booster, and as a result, the common name of the hospital was changed.
Huntington Memorial Hospital is a Non-profit, community-based medical center, which provides acute medical care and community services to the San Gabriel Valley and nearby communities. The 635-bed hospital is a world class destination for the treatment of epilepsy, prostate cancer, robotic minimally invasive surgery and bariatric surgery. In 2009, Huntington Hospital provided approximately $55 million in qualified community benefits, directed at vulnerable populations, health research, education and training and charity care. Approximately $20 million of additional support was provided on behalf of Medicare patients.
First established in 1983, the Huntington Hospital Center for Trauma Care is the only trauma center serving the San Gabriel Valley, and one of 13 trauma centers in Los Angeles County. Designated a Level II trauma center, the hospital provides trauma care and medevac capability 24/7 via its rooftop helipad. Huntington offers the only pediatric intensive care unit and only Regional Level Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the San Gabriel Valley.
It is a teaching affiliate of the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and is accredited by the Joint Commission. It has residency programs in both internal medicine and general surgery. Eight community groups assist the hospital by hosting annual fundraisers, staffing the gift shop, sponsoring new equipment, supporting medical research, and paying for the renovation of patient care areas. These groups raise thousands of dollars annually and include: Altadena Guild, The Fall Food and Wine Committee, La Canada Flintridge Guild, H.E.A.R.T., National Charity League Juniors, San Marino Guild, and the Women's Auxiliary.
Fully accredited by the Joint Commission, Huntington Hospital has advanced certification as a Primary Stroke Center and participates in the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program. It has received Blue Distinction in cardiac care, hip and knee replacement surgery and is considered a Center of Excellence by the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery. The Huntington Hospital Cancer Center has received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer.
Area covered for the paramedics
Huntington Hospital has area covered for the Paramedics:
- Los Angeles Fire Department - RA 35,
- Los Angeles County Fire Department - Squads 11 and 19
- Pasadena F.D. - RA 31, 32 and 33
- Huntington ‘About Us’ page
- The La Canada Flintridge Guild
- National Charity League
- Huntington Hospital Awarded Full Accreditation From the Joint Commission
- Joint Commission page on Huntington Memorial Hospital
- Huntington Hospital Awarded New Certification From The Joint Commission
- Huntington Hospital's Bariatric Surgery program page
- Huntington Cancer Center Receives Outstanding Achievement Designation
- Huntington Hospital Website
- This hospital in the CA Healthcare Atlas A project by OSHPD
- Huntington Hospital on Facebook
- Altadena Guild of the Huntington Memorial Hospital
- Huntington Fall Food and Wine Festival Website