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Physician & Resident Services
Serving the Community
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Since 1910, Community Hospital of San Bernardino has provided compassionate, quality health care to our community. While our technology and medical expertise remain on the forefront of innovation, our role as a caring, dedicated member of this community remains the same. We will always be there when you need us most.
Our family-centered environment is a non-profit, 343-bed, full service hospital offering acute inpatient and outpatient care, obstetrics and pediatrics, home health, behavioral health services, emergency and neurological care for children and adults. Through state-of-the-art technology and compassionate care, we continue our mission of excellent patient care.
When selecting a hospital, we know how important it is to have skilled physicians and a quality facility that can provide the services you need when you need them. From Baby and Family care to Ear, Nose and Throat to Behavioral Health, Community Hospital of San Bernardino is here to serve you and your family.
We care for the whole person – body, mind and spirit – because we believe in humankindness. It’s the core of Dignity Health. Our services are available for you and your loved ones throughout your medical treatment.
Community Hospital of San Bernardino is a Tobacco-Free Campus.
Directions & Resources
Community Hospital of San Bernardino offers a number of resources to help you locate what you need, from driving directions to a detailed campus map.
Directions and Resources
Visiting Hours and Guidelines
Our ultimate goal is to provide you with the best possible care during your hospital stay, helping to ensure your comfort and safety.
We understand the important role family and loved ones play in the healing process, and we encourage visitors to come when it is best for their loved one.