Don’t Miss this Year’s Le Grand Picnic!

On Sunday, July 9th from 3-5:30 pm, Mountains Community Hospital Foundation will host over 300 guests in the hospital’s Rose Garden. This year’s theme is Off to the Races, so wear your most festive derby attire and compete in our Best Hat competition! Tickets are $80 per person. To purchase tickets or reserve a table, […]

   Last Modified: 5/22/17, 11:46am.


Calling All Veterans!

Cliff Bennett, Scrub Tech at MCH, is heading up a Veterans Outreach Program for veterans living in our mountain community. Cliff explains, “It’s for the veterans in our community, who need a place to come, share a meal and have the opportunity to talk freely, without judgment. All veterans are invited to join me for […]

   Last Modified: 4/24/17, 10:34am.


Is Occupational Therapy the Perfect Option for you?

April is designated as Occupational Therapy Month. In our mountain community, as we continue to age, experience unexpected arm/limb injuries, aches, pains, or recover from recent surgical procedures, the use of an occupational therapist becomes paramount to resuming normal arm/limb function and to regaining our independence of daily living skills. Occupational Therapists work with all […]

   Last Modified: 4/24/17, 8:56am.


Our Skilled Nursing Facility has immediate openings for new residents!

We offer loving, skilled nursing care in an intimate, family-like atmosphere. Call Ashley Altmeyer, Unit Supervisor, and schedule a tour today – (909) 436-3016. There may come a time when you can no longer provide your loved one with the care they need. When that time comes, there is no need to move them off the […]

   Last Modified: 4/3/17, 12:04pm.


Running Springs Rural Health Clinic Now Open Saturdays

We are excited to announce that the Rural Health Clinic (RHC) in Running Springs is officially open Saturdays. Saturday hours are 7 am – 1 pm. Offering comprehensive family medicine, the RHC is here for you. We accept Medi-Cal, IEHP, Family Pact, and Medicare. Uninsured or can’t make the trip to your primary care physician […]

   Last Modified: 2/5/17, 11:38am.


It’s not too late to get your flu shot!

Chris Duer, Infection Control Manager at Mountains Community Hospital (MCH), is seeing a spike in flu cases coming through our doors, which means flu season is upon us! The good news is that it’s not too late to get a flu shot and protect yourself and others against this seasonal misery. Contact your primary care […]

   Last Modified: 1/24/17, 2:59pm.


NON DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

San Bernardino Mountains Community Hospital District (MCH) complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. MCH does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex. MCH provides free aids and services to people […]

   Last Modified: 11/7/16, 2:03pm.


TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEART

FEEDING YOUR HEART! The food choices you make can drastically affect your heart health and energy. To keep your heart healthy, you need choices that are tasty, healthy and convenient. From berries and nuts, to fish and leafy greens, below are some foods which are good for your heart. WATERMELON – Your sweet tooth can […]

   Last Modified: 3/15/16, 12:27pm.


WATCHING FOR THOSE BAD BUGS!

Mountains Community Hospital (MCH) has a new sheriff in town!  Earlier this year, Chris Duer, was appointed as Infection Control Manager, in charge of infection prevention, which is a critical focus of MCH. Chris explains that the focus of MCH is to stay on top of infection prevention. The duties of the Infection Control Department […]

   Last Modified: 12/24/15, 9:14am.


Diabetes; The Slow Killer – What You Need to Know

1 in 3 Americans born after 2002 became diabetic; 20 million people presently are diabetic; an estimated 8 million people are undiagnosed; 15% of that 20 million will get a diabetic foot ulcer; 6% will suffer amputation and 60 to 70% will suffer neuropathy (nerve damage). Diabetes accounts for 45% of all lower extremity amputations […]

   Last Modified: 11/2/15, 10:18am.