About the San Gabriel Valley
Citrus Valley Health Partners is proud to serve the nearly one million
residents living in this region as one of its largest health care providers.
Named after the river that flows through it, the San Gabriel Valley is
one of the most ethnically diverse regions in the country.
According to a 2014 report by the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership,
Hispanics/Latinos make up the largest ethnic group with a total population
of nearly 683,000. Asians are the next largest ethnic group in the San
Gabriel Valley with a total population of over 400,000 people. Whites
made up the third largest group in the Valley with a population over 330,000,
followed by African Americans (52,000 persons).
The blending of such diverse populations has resulted in an eclectic mix
of culture, food and traditions.
The hospitals and hospice of Citrus Valley Health Partners are located
in the cities of West Covina, Covina and Glendora. Each community is about
25 minutes east of downtown of Los Angeles and within ideal driving distance
to the mountains, beaches, desert and major airports.
The area is also home to the indoor shopping mall Plaza West Covina, several
restaurant and entertainment centers and both public and private golf
courses. Other cultural attractions and destinations nearby (and less
than an hour’s drive away) include: the Fairplex in Pomona, Paseo
Colorado in Pasadena, the Los Angeles County Arboretum in Arcadia and
Disneyland in Anaheim.
About Citrus Valley Health Partners
Citrus Valley Health Partners (CVHP) is a family of hospitals and a hospice that serves nearly one million
residents in the East San Gabriel Valley. Our four locations offer comprehensive
health care services, guided by our mission, to keep people well in body,
mind and spirit.
Citrus Valley Health Partners, through its three hospital campuses and
hospice, serves a community of nearly one million people in the San Gabriel
Valley. Our mission is lived through the work of our 3,000+ staff members
and nearly 1,000 physicians.
Inter-Community Hospital in Covina specializes in cardiac care, offering electrophysiology, cardiac
rehabilitation therapy and the only open heart surgery program in the
East San Gabriel Valley. It is a designated STEMI receiving center for
heart attack patients. This location also provides wound care and a wide
range of inpatient and outpatient medical services.
Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina is renowned for its family-centered maternity services and
Level IIIB Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU). This campus also offers
The Geleris Family Cancer Center, a Robotic Surgery Program and a full
range of rehabilitation services, including speech, occupational and physical
therapy for children and adults.
Foothill Presbyterian Hospital in Glendora offers a unique blend of general acute care and specialty services,
including the Citrus Valley Centers for Rehabilitation Services and an
Outpatient Diabetes Education Program recognized by the American Diabetes
Association as a Center of Excellence for diabetes education.
Citrus Valley Hospice in West Covina has an extensive home care program as well as a 10-bed inpatient
hospice facility, one of the first freestanding hospices of its kind west
of the Mississippi.
Associated with Hospice, Citrus Valley Home Health provides physician-supervised
nursing and rehabilitation care to individuals recovering at home from
accidents, surgery or illness.
Learn more about CVHP...
About East Valley Community Health Center
The residency family medicine continuity practice is established through
collaboration between Citrus Valley Health Partners and East Valley Community
Health Center, a federally qualified health center and the medical home
to thousands of individuals and families in the East San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys.
East Valley Community Health Center (EVCHC) utilizes the Patient Centered Medical Home practice model. This
model or philosophy of primary care is patient centered, comprehensive,
team based, coordinated, accessible, and focused on quality and safety.
Patients at EVCHC are among the most vulnerable in our communities. They
present with complex socioeconomic, medical, and mental health problems.
Limited access to regular health care and poor health literacy compound
the challenges of caring for these individuals and families.
Progressive presence and activity in the continuity practice is at the
center of family medicine education. Family medicine residents will grow
their patient panels, and see patients as part of a care team. The resident,
MA, RN case coordinator, and referral coordinator comprise the immediate
team. The expanded care team includes educators, social workers, behavioralists,
Professionalism is the foundation upon which all other competencies are
based. Professionalism requires an ongoing process of self-evaluation,
humility, and self-improvement. We expect residents to be honest, respectful,
compassionate team members and clinicians. Our vision is to graduate highly
competent family physicians, and generous, effective collaborators who
place the best interests of the patient at the center of everything they do.
Learn more about EVCHC...