The world we live in is
busier than ever. You
put away groceries while
keeping one eye on the
kids and another on the television. You
plan your day while listening to the radio
and commuting to work, and then plan
your weekend. Multi-tasking is a necessary
evil, but in the rush to get everything
accomplished, you may find yourself losing
your connection with the present moment—
missing out on wha...
If you cut your hand while preparing
those holiday appetizers, does it require
the emergency room? Can an urgent care
center treat a burn, a fall, or even an asthma
attack? Emergency rooms typically see
an increase in visits during the holiday season.
People are pulling out ladders to hang
lights, the kitchen is full of hustle and bustle,
and accidents tend to occu...
Living in Southern California, many of us have become familiar with the poor air quality from smog and brush fires. We have no option but to breathe the air. It is no wonder our allergy and asthma rates are high, especially in the Inland Empire. Those living with allergies a...
UPLAND >> They say no bond is stronger than that between a mother and daughter.
In the case of Jane Sandlian, of Rancho Cucamonga, and her daughter Kiki Hahs, of Upland, that bond has grown even stronger in the past 10 months.
The 80-year old mother and 54-year-old daughter were both diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer this year.
Many people believe that getting cancer
is just genetics, fate, or bad luck, and that
preventing it is outside of their reach. But
the fact of the matter is that our risk actually
depends on a combination of factors: our
genes, our environment, and our lifestyle
choices, many of which we CAN control. Research
has proven that much of the illness
and death from can...
San Antonio Regional Hospital Foundation supporters stepped out in style last weekend in order to say goodbye to summer and to look forward to future expansion.
Each year the foundation and its friends gather at Red Hill Country Club for camarade...
SAN ANTONIO REGIONAL HOSPITAL PROVIDES AWARD-WINNING, COMPREHENSIVE BREAST CARE FOR WOMEN THROUGHOUT THE INLAND EMPIRE
The Women’s Breast & Imaging Center at San Antonio Regional Hospital has been providing comprehensive breast care for women throughout the Inland Empire for many years. Now it has expanded its award-winning mammog...
It started out like any other morning for Victor Hernandez.
The Los Angeles County firefighter/EMT walked into his Fontana home after finishing his nigh...
San Antonio Regional Hospital Opens Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza
First Medical Office Complex to be ...
Screening mammograms are used to check for breast cancer in women who have no signs or symptoms of the disease. The goal of screening mammograms is to find breast cancer early, before it has caused symptoms (like a lump that can be felt). Early detection of breast cancer with screening mammography means that treatment can be started earlier in the course of the disease, po...
San Antonio Regional Hospital has announced grand opening events for its just-completed Eastvale satelli...
Eastvale – The grand opening of the long-awaited Eastvale San Antonio Medical Plaza is upon us. With very few me...
During this National Nurses' Week and National Hospital Week, we celebrate you — our San Antonio Regional Hospital team members!
UPLAND >> You can call them the blanket ladies.
Best friends Vickie Lompart and Margaret Williams had been talking for some time about how they could help others when they were inspired to start a blanket ministry for Upland Church of Christ last year.
On Tuesday morning, about a dozen members from the Blankets of Love ministry...
UPLAND >> The name may have changed, but the legacy remains the same.
San Antonio Community Hospital will now be named San Antonio Regional Hospital to reflect its full scope of services and growing service area, said Harris Koening, the facility’s president and chief executive officer..
Later this year, the ho...
San Antonio Community Hospital has changed its name to San Antonio Regional Hospital to “better reflect its full scope of services and growing ...
It started with two rooms, five doctors and 18 beds.
More than a century after its founding, San Antonio Regional Hospital in Upland is branching out to serve a larger share of the Inland are...
Ashley Hinds and Shelly Anthony were in the middle of their pregnancies when they became deathly ill with the worst form of the H1N1 flu.
By Suzanne Sproul, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Mark Bertone, left, Dr. Vincent Carollo, Karen Levanduski-Cohen and Dr. Harvey Cohen take a few minutes ...
There were plenty of kicks just off Route 66 in Rancho Cucamonga when San Antonio Community Hospital Foundation supporters recen...
September 16, 2014. Upland, CA — San Antonio Community Hospital has received a $100,000 grant from the Avon Foundation for Women. The hospital was among an elite group of ten breast cancer organizations in California that received grants. Other recipients included Cedar’s-Sinai Medical Center, the John Wayne Cancer Institute, the UCLA-Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, and more. The grants ...
UPLAND >> Most new moms can often relate to the various stages of pregnancy – morning sickness, cravings, fatigue, ...
Two expectant mothers were at death’s door when doctors decided to place them on a heart-lung machine. The decision saved their lives and those of their unborn children. Ashley Hinds and Shelly Anthony will forever be linked by a piece of medical machinery that saved both of their lives, as well as those of their unborn children.
Hinds, 34, of Eastvale, and Anthony, 41, of Rialto, ...
May 19, 2014 4:55 PM
The fountain at the front entrance of San Antonio Community Hospital (SACH) has stood as an icon of the hospital for decades. While thousands of patients, visitors, and employees have gathered around the fountain for peace and relaxation, many may not know about its rich h...
UPLAND >> It began more than 100 years ago as a community hospital, with only 18 beds and five physicians — meant to serve the needs of a small citrus town.
As the region expanded, so has the role of San Antonio Community Hospital — to a regional health care provider with a 279-bed medical center and more than 500 ...
From birth... to care... to support... and all the times in between. The journey of medicine is the journey of life. For doctors, the triumphs as well as the challenges are what drive them to practice medicine, each and every day. And we can all be thankful that they are here, with the care and ...
UPLAND >> For years, the iconic fountain in front of San Antonio Community Hospital has provided comfort and a sense of healing to the thousan...
UPLAND >> Getting the city’s finances in order has been the focus of city leaders for much of the last year.
But striving for a healthy Upland — the theme of Thursday’s State of the City address — involves multiple elements, May...
San Antonio Community Hospital held its annual Service Awards Dinner recently to honor those employees with 15 or more years of service to the hospital.
The dinner is a longstanding tradition initiated nearly 50 years ago as a way to recognize both clinical and support staff ...
Each year, San Antonio Community Hospital (SACH) honors an employee with the prestigious Craig Award, given to a nominated staff member who goes above and beyond to exemplify SACH's values. This year's award goes to Hope Hernandez and to her we say... CONGRATULATIONS!
UPLAND >> The situation was bad for the Inland Empire economy after the downturn of the late 2000s, but the outlook is starting to look brighter, according to Inland Empire economist John Husing.
Husing presented his 2014 annual outlook f...
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