The early founders of the Pasadena Hospital would surely be surprised to see Huntington Hospital today. With 625 beds, 900 staff physicians and dentists, more than 3,000 employees and more than 800 in-service volunteers, Huntington Hospital provides full-service, state-of-the-art medical care and community services to individuals throughout the San Gabriel Valley and has home to the only level II trauma center in the region.
Renowned for programs in cancer care, neurosciences and heart and vascular services, Huntington Hospital is also an active teaching hospital with an affiliation with the U.S.C. Keck School of Medicine and Graduate Medical Education programs in internal medicine and general surgery.
In addition, the hospital has the only regional neonatal intensive care unit, treating infants with the highest acuity.
Consistent with its mission of excelling in the delivery of quality care, Huntington provides millions of dollars in charity care, benefits for vulnerable populations, health research, education and training. We offer many programs – free to the community – that might otherwise be nonexistent – including geriatric psychiatric services, children’s asthma management and diabetes workshops in English and Spanish.
For 120 years - Since 1892 - Huntington Memorial Hospital has provided quality, uninterrupted healthcare to the residents of the San Gabriel Valley and beyond.