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Quality Care for Children

When your little one needs medical care, we’re here for you — just like you’re there for them.


Quality Pediatric Care for Children

We are committed to helping your child with care and healing, all in a comforting environment. For pediatric health emergencies and care, we are equipped for children and teens experiencing:

  • Fever and infections, including COVID-19, influenza, stomach flu, mononucleosis, strep throat, meningitis, and sepsis

  • Respiratory conditions, like pneumonia, RSV infections or upper respiratory infections

  • Lung problems, including asthma and difficulty breathing

  • Abdominal conditions, like appendicitis, diarrhea, intestinal blockage or nausea

  • Bone, joint, and muscle problems such as fractures, joint dislocations, serious bruises, sprains, and strains

  • Poisonings, including drug overdoses and accidental ingestions

  • Allergies, like anaphylaxis exposure to poison ivy and seasonal allergies

  • Endocrine diseases such as diabetes

Top-rated Patient Safety and Quality

Community Hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® by demonstrating a commitment to providing safe and quality patient care.

Why Choose Community Hospital for Pediatric Care?

We offer specialized care to help your child heal, including 24/7 physician care to answer questions, provide updates, and create a comprehensive care plan while your child or teen is in the hospital.

Comprehensive Onsite Services for Children

Direct Admit

In the event your child’s pediatrician refers them for a direct admit, our 14-bed unit, 24/7 physicians and care team are ready to provide healing.

Emergency Services for Children

Located at 17th Street and Medical Center Drive, our 24/7 emergency room is here for you, and works with neighboring facilities for pediatric trauma.

Neonatal Intensive Care

Our intensive care unit provides 24/7 care for premature babies.

Pediatric Subacute

We’re here, if ever your child requires 24/7 specialized care because of long-term, clinically complex conditions, like dependency on ventilator, tracheostomy, gastrostomy or other severe injuries.

Learn More

If you feel your child needs to come to the Emergency Room, you can find us at 1805 Medical Center Dr, San Bernardino, CA 92411. Click here for a map and directions.


For more information about our subacute programs, call us at (909) 887-6333, press 9, then extension 61129, 33156, or 33153.


For more information or to find a physician, please call (909) 806-1919 or use our search tool to Find a Doctor.