KPC Health has an integrated approach to serving the people of Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange County. Our acute care medical centers provide high quality, comprehensive and affordable healthcare for the entire family. For us, healthcare is not just about caring for our patients, but also about investing in the people throughout our communities. We are one team with one mission and that mission is for all our patients, and their families to Enjoy Life in Great Health.
Dr. Kali P. Chaudhuri, Founder and Chairman of The KPC Group, has reached an unprecedented level of success through his extraordinary vision, keen entrepreneurial spirit, and relentless hard work. Dr. Chaudhuri is a pioneer in creating world class healthcare facilities by establishing a fully integrated healthcare system to better serve you.
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Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Intensive Care Unit
STEMI Receiving Centers
Cardiac Rehabilitation Program
Designated Stemi-Receiving Center
EP & Ablations
H.O.P.E. Center Outpatient Behavioral Health Program
Senior Mental Health – 55+ year
ED rapid screening
Aneurysm Coiling & Clipping
Traumatic brain & spinal cord injuries
24/7 coverage by specialists
The above health insurance plans are just a few of the many companies with which KPC Health contracts.
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The KPC Health and Wellness Program makes it easier than ever to achieve your health and wellness goals. We want to be there for you as a resource for staying active and healthy. You can access information on available classes, healthy eating, exercise, and the latest health news – all in one convenient location. KPC Health and Wellness provides the resources you need to make healthy choices and feel your best.
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Doctors urge the public to continue social distancing. Hetty Chang reported on NBC4 News on Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020. Dr. Hares Najand, Orange County Global Medical Center interviewed.
Two firefighters were “gravely injured” fighting a wildfire in Irvine, Calif., Monday as the region experiences dangerous fire weather that has contributed to fast-moving blazes that led to the evacuation of more than 100,000 residents. The Los Angeles Times reported that the two firefighters were injured fighting the Silverado fire in Orange County. The report said the firefighters are 26 and 31 years old and currently intubated at the Orange County Global Medical Center. The paper said the two suffered second and third-degree burns over half their bodies. It was not clear how the injuries occurred, the Associated Press reported.
Free educational Virtual Webinar on October 20th, at 5pm. We will be discussing advancements in the treatment of chronic back and leg pain utilizing minimally invasive treatment options. The procedures we will be discussing are FDA approved and covered by most insurance companies, including Medicare. Friends and family are welcome to attend.