New Southwest Healthcare services officially launch

Southwest Healthcare
The logo for the new Southwest Healthcare reflects the network’s emphasis on teamwork, with the rows of dots in a circle representing how all the various parts of Southwest Healthcare operate together in harmony, while highlighting how the network will connect people to needed health care services. Valley News/Courtesy photo
RIVERSIDE COUNTY – The Southern California subsidiaries of Universal Health Services announced Monday, Jan. 16, the launch of a newly created regional brand, Southwest Healthcare. Together as a network of care, Southwest Healthcare will build upon an impressive roster of point-of-care team members, providers, locations and resources to offer patients improved access and choice for quality health care. Southwest Healthcare is comprised of Corona Regional Medical Center – Corona, Palmdale Regional Medical Center – Palmdale, Southwest Healthcare Rancho Springs Hospital – Murrieta, Southwest Healthcare Inland Valley Hospital – Wildomar, Temecula Valley Hospital – Temecula, four locations of Riverside Medical Clinic Patient Services - Riverside, Temecula Valley Day Surgery - Murrie
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