Health care services
We offer quality care that's tailored to your needs.
We offer the right care at the right time
From minor scrapes to heart problems, we’ll help you get the care you need, when and where you need it. We offer primary care and four specialty services. We also offer urgent care and after-hours care for non-emergency situations.
A primary care doctor will make sure you get the care you need, when and where you need it. This includes preventive care, checkups and referrals to specialists.
Your primary care doctor will:
- Take the time to understand your needs
- Help you get the right services
- Find the right specialists for you
Primary care doctors include:
- Family medicine doctors who care for patients of all ages
- Internal medicine doctors who care for adults
We offer four types of specialty care:
- Cardiology (heart problems)
- Pulmonary (lung problems)
- Rheumatology (problems with the immune system, joints and bones)
- Infusion (therapeutics for chronic diseases, such as immunotherapies and hydrations)
Your primary care doctor will help decide if you need specialty care.OR
We offer several services to those who qualify for Medicare. Services include:
- Advanced care planning, including Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST)
- Annual in-home visits
- Annual Wellness Visits
- Preventive services
POLST is for those with serious illnesses. It lets your doctor know how you want to be cared for at the end of your life. To learn about POLST, talk to your doctor.OR
If you need care fast for a medical problem that isn't life-threatening, call your doctor’s office first, even if it’s after hours. The person on call will tell you what to do. This may include telling you to go to our urgent care office in San Bernardino.
Urgent care is open every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Hours are:
- Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–9 p.m.
- Saturday, Sunday, and holidays, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Urgent care is the best place to go for non-emergency care. Wait times are usually shorter and copays are lower. This helps us offer quality medical care in a timely, cost-efficient way. Patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
After 5 p.m., our answering service will call the on-call doctor as needed. If you are having a true medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital right away. Examples of emergencies include:
- Bad burns
- Bad headaches (with no known cause)
- Bleeding that won’t stop
- Broken bones coming through the skin
- Convulsions (body is shaking or jerking)
- Serious dehydration (body isn't getting enough liquids)
- Suspected heart attack or stroke
- Trauma (from an event such as an accident)