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ARMC Celebrates National Hospital Week

ARMC Celebrates National Hospital Week

This week Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) celebrated National Hospital Week. This annual recognition is an important reminder to ARMC’s team of health care professionals that they play an integral role in the wellness of the community.

As the nation’s largest health care celebratory event, National Hospital Week recognizes the committed health care professionals that make hospitals exceptional places to receive care. Not only is ARMC a place where people go for world class medical care, it is also a recipient of numerous awards.

ARMC recently earned the U.S. News & World Report award as a 2022-2023 High Performing hospital for Maternity Care (Uncomplicated Pregnancy). This is the highest award a hospital can earn for U.S. News’ Best Hospitals for Maternity Care, and it is ARMC’s talented team that makes such awards possible.

“We embrace this annual opportunity to thank all of the dedicated individuals in the health care field – physicians, nurses, therapists, technicians, service workers, volunteers, administrators and so many more – for their contributions,” said William Gilbert, ARMC Hospital Director. “Given what our staff have been through over the last three years it is impressive that they continue to bring their full efforts each and every day.”

Arrowhead Regional Medical Center is a 456-bed university-affiliated teaching hospital licensed by the State of California Department of Public Health, operated by the San Bernardino County, and governed by the Board of Supervisors. It is ARMC’s mission, in an environment of learning and innovation, to serve our diverse community with high-quality, compassionate care. The hospital, located on a 70-acre campus in Colton, California, operates the Edward G. Hirschman Burn Center, a level I trauma center, a comprehensive stroke center, a behavioral health center, and five primary care centers. ARMC also provides more than 40 outpatient specialty care services. ARMC is helping to achieve the countywide vision by addressing the community’s wellness and educational needs. ARMC is the primary teaching hospital for the California University of Science and Medicine (CUSM). The University welcomed its first class of students in 2018. For more information on CUSM, visit For more information about ARMC, visit