Always

here for you

Parkview Community Hospital has been providing quality, compassionate healthcare to our Riverside residents and surrounding communities for 60 years. As the only non-profit hospital in Riverside, we are devoted to serving the health care needs of our growing community through all stages of life-from newborns to seniors. With over 450 physicians and 900 employees, our healthcare professionals use the latest technology and equipment, while continuing to focus on the most important part of the healing process - the human touch.

Accreditation and Centers of Distinction

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May28
Maternity and Post partum Support Group

Mamás y Bebés is a program dedicated to helping moms before and after baby who want to build support and explore the joys and challenges of motherhood! Free to women who are pregnant or have a 0-12 month old and meet program criteria.  8 Weekly Classes For more information call: Gloria Lopez (909) 982-8641 Gloria@we-reachout.org

May29
Maternity Tours

Parkview is proud to be able to provide free classes and tours in an effort to promote healthy mothers and babies throughout the Riverside Community. For tours in English, register below or call 951 352-5437, or email ptrujillo@pchmc.org. Para recorridos/orientación en espanol, por favor de llamar a Patty Trujillo para hacer reservación 951-352-5437.

May29
Arthritis Exercise Class

A FREE weekly exercise class that is designed for people with arthritis and improves health and well-being. Each session is led by a Physical Therapy Assistant who monitors participants and modifies the exercises according to individual abilities. Drop-ins welcome. No registration is necessary. For more information call 951-688-2211 x1259.

May31
MEJORA TU BIENESTAR

CLASES SEMANUALES BASADAS EN LA SALUD MENTAL. ESTAS CLASES SON PARA SEÑORAS DE EDAD ADVANSADA QUE LES GUSTARIA SALIR DE LA RUTINA DIARIA. EL ULTINO VIERNES DEL MES TENEMOS MANUALIDADES. TODO GRATIS

May31
Child Birth Classes

These classes are offered every month in a series of four classes, once a week. The classes cover the following topics: introduction to childbirth, anatomy and physiology, relaxation and breathing techniques of contractions, true vs. false labor and when to come to the hospital.

May31
Tai Chi

A FREE weekly exercise class that improves health and well-being. Tai-Chi can relieve pain, reduce falls, and improve the quality of your life. Each session is led by a Physical Therapy Assistant who monitors participants and modifies the exercises according to individual abilities. Drop-ins welcome. No registration is necessary. For more information call 951-688-2211 x1259.

Upcoming Classes & Events

Parkview is proud to be able to provide these FREE classes in an effort to promote healthy lifestyles throughout our community.All classes are held in the Founders Center located directly across from the hospital entrance, unless otherwise noted. All classes are FREE of charge.

All classes are held in the Founder’s Center located directly across from the Hospital Entrance unless otherwise noted. All classes are free of charge.

La Conferencia Anual De Las Mujeres Latinas 2018

Date: Saturday, June 2
Times: 8:30am-12:00pm
Location: Founders Center

El evento está lleno y ya no estamos tomando reservas. Encontrar Maneras de Fortalecer sus Relaciones, sus Hijos y usted Misma Conferencia Gratuita Revisiones de Salud Expositores Se Servirá Desayuno

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Lifestyle Medicine Series: UnCancer

Date: Tuesday, June 5
Times: 5:30-7:30pm
Location: Founders Center

UnCancer: Preventing and Treating Cancer with Lifestyle Medicine Grab a seat and join us on the journey to wellness! In this second of a 2-part series, Dr. Wayne Dysinger will discuss information that will help you get to the root of health issues rather than just seeking treatment for symptoms. Dr. Dysinger is an expert on Chronic Disease Reversal and Preventive Medicine. A complimentary dinner will be served.

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Let's Talk About Your Legs and Feet (and their importance in keeping your independence!)

Date: Monday, June 11
Times: 12pm-1pm
Location: Founders Center

Do you have diabetes? Have you been diagnosed with Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) or Peripheral Venous Insufficiency? These conditions can diminish your ability to participate in daily activities and reduce your quality of life. Severe cases may lead to serious complications and intervention, including the possibility of amputation. Join Dr. Andrea Anderson for a discussion on the prevention, management, and identification of potential problems that can lead to wound formation. Keep your legs and feet healthy, and enjoy your independence! A complimentary lunch will be served.

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PCHMC Map

Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center is located in Riverside, California just off the 91 Freeway.

From

Los Angeles

Take Interstate 10 East to Interstate 15 South to 60 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd., Left on Jackson; or take Interstate 10 East to Interstate 15 South to 91 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

From

Ontario Airport

Take Interstate 10 East to Interstate 15 South to 60 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd., Left on Jackson; or take Interstate 10 East to Interstate 15 South to 91 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

From

San Bernardino County

Take Interstate 15 South to 91 Freeway East; or Interstate 215 South to 91 Freeway West. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

From

Orange County

Take Interstate 15 North to 91 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

From

San Diego County

Take Interstate 15 North to 91 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

From

Imperial County

Take Interstate 15 North to 91 Freeway East. Exit Van Buren Blvd.

Welcome

Parkview Community Hospital Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of healthcare in the greater Riverside area by encouraging philanthropic support for Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center.

Our Mission

Our Mission Parkview Community Hospital Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of healthcare in the greater Riverside area by encouraging philanthropic support of Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center.

History

Parkview Community Hospital Foundation is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization (95-3290732) established in 1973 by the Hospital Board of Directors and other concerned citizens who shared a commitment to meeting the growing healthcare needs of the greater Riverside region. Today, the Foundation is governed by a 25 member volunteer Board of Directors who remain committed to providing quality, accessible, compassionate, cost-effective healthcare services, and who together seek gifts and grants to support the region’s only non-profit community hospital.

Thank you for your interest in this much-needed mission. For more information, contact (951) 785-1600 or foundation@pchmc.org