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Riverside Community Hospital has performed the first robotic whipple procedure in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
Zachary Johnson joins RCH as our new Chief Financial Officer effective August 29, 2022.
HCA Healthcare facilities team up to save a man's life through organ transplant.
RCH educating, training and providing jobs for new graduate registered nurses, nursing students and current nursing staff.
Riverside Community Hospital performs four liver transplants within 21 days
The American Heart Association's Gold Plus Get With The Guidelines® Award
Gregory Guldner, MD, Designated Institutional Official over GME, has been promoted to Vice President, Academic Affairs for HCA Healthcare
The American College of Cardiology has recognized RCH for its demonstrated expertise and commitment in treating patients with chest pain.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Cullen Brown as our new Chief Operating Officer effective June 6, 2022.
RCH University is an educational program that offers nurses a unique opportunity to advance clinical knowledge and further their skillset.
Riverside Community Hospital receives prestigious Environmental Excellence Award for reprocessing efforts in 2021.
RCH partnered with One Legacy to honor those who have given the ultimate gift of life by being organ and tissue donors.
RCH is pleased to announce the appointment of Sari A. Nabulsi, MD as the new Chief Medical Officer effective April 1, 2022.
RCH announced today that it offered 92 positions for its July 2022 Graduate Medical Education programs on Match Day.
RCH is one of America's 50 Best Hospitals for Vascular Surgery and 100 Best Hospitals for Prostate Surgery according to Healthgrades
This technology can significantly help reduce diagnosis to treatment time, lead to faster recovery & provide hope for a successful outcome.
RCH has earned a three-star rating from for our patient care and outcomes in isolated CABG procedures.
Blood Drive at Riverside Community Hospital.
We celebrated 5 years of teaching critical lifesaving skills through Stop the Bleed classes, instructing over 7.000 people in the community.