PRESBYTERIAN INTERCOMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, (now PIH Health) is a 444-bed regional hospital and health center serving nearly 800,000 residents in an 11-city service area. Since opening in 1959, PIH Health has remained the areaís leading healthcare center, recognized for quality care, advanced technology, professional teaching affiliations, and an integrated care delivery system that incorporates full acute, ambulatory and transitional care with clinic, health-improvement, home health, and hospice services in the community.
Located in the city of Whittier, the hospital overlooks the beautiful slopes of the La Puente hills. Specialized facilities include a 24-bed Critical Care Center, cardiac catheterization lab, pulmonary function laboratories, complete physical, occupation, cardiac, and respiratory rehabilitation services, spiral CT whole-body scanner, MRI scanner, hyperbaric chamber, Perinatal Center, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, a radiation oncology center and breast health center, Wound Care Center, and Acute Rehabilitation unit. The R.C. Baker Regional Emergency Center in one of Los Angeles Countyís busiest emergency departments serving as the regionís paramedic base station and seeing 40,000 patients annually.
The hospital is continually expanding and most recently celebrated the opening of the Tower for Advanced Medicine, housing advanced critical care suites and new state-of-the-art OR facilities.