History

For over 60 years, Parkview has remained devoted to serving the healthcare needs of our community through all stages of life, from newborns to seniors. Parkview’s original 50-bed hospital was founded in 1958 by five physicians who had a common purpose: to provide quality, compassionate healthcare to the residents of Riverside and surrounding communities. In 1967, Parkview became a non-profit hospital and gradually expanded to 193 beds. In 2019, Parkview joined the AHMC Healthcare family of hospitals. The hospital recently opened a new, larger emergency room and has plans for additional operating room suites. Our goal is to maintain focus on high-quality and personalized care as we grow to meet the community’s changing healthcare needs. With over 525 physicians and 1200 employees, our expert team uses the latest technologies and equipment, while continuing to focus on the most important part of the healing process - the human touch. Call (951) 688-2211 for more information.


We’ve come a long way since 1958, when the hospital opened with 50 beds, 120 employees and 60 medical staff. Today Parkview operates with 193 beds, 1200 employees and 500 medical staff.  Our new ER opened in October 2019 and features 18,650 square feet and 28 beds.