Monrovia Memorial Hospital is a completely refurbished, 49 bed fully licensed and accredited acute care hospital at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. Nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood, Monrovia Memorial Hospital offers a rare combination of both peaceful atmosphere and high level medical care.
Three years ago a small group of investors saw the potential and need for a community hospital here in Monrovia. The vision was to provide exceptional, compassionate and unparalleled care to the surrounding population. After countless hours of precision planning and development, Monrovia Memorial Hospital officially opened its doors in October of 2008. Today, consistently earning our reputation as a center of excellence, Monrovia Memorial Hospital is a valued community resource and high level employer for the city of Monrovia.
Our expert physicians and staff specialize in treating medically complex patients, whose illnesses usually require a longer hospital stay than at most general acute care facilities. Patient’s rooms are designed to be comfortable and easily accommodate visitors and family. Each room is equipped with a wide array of patient monitoring and therapeutic systems which allow our staff to provide excellent, timely care. Four ICU beds are fully prepared for those patients requiring the highest level of care. Two state-of-the-art Operating Rooms facilitate our surgeries which range from simple procedures to more advanced spinal surgeries and joint replacements. We are a special hospital where people come first and where technology meets compassion
At Monrovia Memorial Hospital, we are here for you and yours. Whether you are a patient or loved one, being admitted to a hospital can be a very emotional and trying experience. Our family here at Monrovia will always strive to make your hospital stay as pleasant as possible. Patient Care is our number one priority.
On behalf of the entire Monrovia Memorial Hospital staff, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our brand new website. Whether you are visiting to help plan for a future stay or researching our Spinal and Orthopedic Surgical Program or any of our other services, we hope you find our website helpful and informative. At Monrovia Memorial, patient care is our number one priority. When we first opened our doors two years ago, it was our goal to create an advanced high quality hospital with a family like atmosphere of warmth and compassion. As professionals, each day we are driven to meet that goal by providing unsurpassed care to each and every patient and guest. If you do come to visit us, we know you will find that Monrovia Memorial is a special hospital in a serene atmosphere that places patient comfort and recovery above all else. However, what makes Monrovia Memorial truly special is the personalized attention that patients receive from our experienced and dedicated team of physicians, nurses, clinicians and supporting staff.
Please take a moment to browse through the various components of our site. You can find detailed information on our inpatient and outpatient acute care services as well as other subject matter. New segments will be added to our site in the future that will make it even more of a useful tool for you, our patients and guests.
Thank you again for considering Monrovia Memorial Hospital as your health care provider of choice. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Yours in Health,
Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) is one of only three national voluntary accreditation programs authorized by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to survey hospitals for compliance with the Medicare Conditions of Participation and Coverage.
Originally created in 1945 to conduct an objective review of services provided by hospitals, HFAP has maintained its certification authority continuously since the inception of CMS in 1965 and meets or exceeds the standards required by CMS.
In addition to this authority from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), HFAP also is recognized by:
- National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
- Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)
- State departments of public health
- Managed care organizations
- Insurance companies
Monrovia Memorial Hospital has been certified by HFAP’s independent surveyors in November of 2008 and is up for recertification in 2011.
Monrovia Memorial Hospital is committed to:
- Leadership and excellence in delivering high quality compassionate care to all we serve.
- Improving the health status of our community through ongoing out-reach and educational programs.
- Providing innovative, technologically advanced healthcare while still maintaining our small town family atmosphere for the comfort and recovery of our patients.
- Cultivating an environment of exceptional clinical and operational performance.
Our vision is to be a Center of Excellence for healthcare in the San Gabriel Valley.
- To treat each patient, family member and/or significant other with respect and dignity.
- To foster an environment of compassion, cultural sensitivity, quality patient care and ongoing patient safety.
- Provide individualized patient care centered on patient needs and outcomes by all members of our healthcare team.
- To be the healthcare Provider of Choice in the community.
- Encourage patients, family members and/or significant others to be part of the decision making process for their healthcare choices.
- At all times, all members of the healthcare team will will act in a nondiscriminatory attitude, with the upmost devotion to the highest of ethical and moral values.
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Our Case Managers evaluate patients based on specific health criteria, to determine if they should be admitted to Monrovia Memorial Hospital. All of our patients are referred to our hospital by physician order only. We specialize in providing our patients with a high level of multidisciplinary care; therefore, we only admit and treat patients with medically complex conditions.
Case Managers are our patient advocates. As such, they are looking out for the patient’s best interests. The Case Manager’s primary job is to communicate directly with patients, their families and physicians to determine if Monrovia Memorial Hospital is the very best place to handle the patient’s care.