Health & Medical
The City of Riverside is Inland Southern California’s natural nexus for the growth of Healthcare and Medical industries.
Riverside is home to several major medical facilities and in close proximity to many others including Kaiser Permanente, Parkview Community Hospital, Riverside Community Hospital, Riverside Medical Clinic and Loma Linda Medical Center. Even with the supply of several major medical facilities, the area is statistically underserved. Inland Southern California is one of the fastest growing regions in the state and demand for services is rising.
The City of Riverside is primed for growth in the industry and ready to meet the increasing demand with ample commercial space and infrastructure, significant utility advantages, an increasingly attractive quality of life, a lower cost of living, and several regional educational facilities available to train for all levels of professional growth.
Regional Healthcare Hub
According to Examination Medical Services Inc. (EMSI) data, healthcare occupations account for 115,579 jobs in the region.
Leading Health Education Programs
The City of Riverside's four Universities and College offer more than 20 healthcare related programs including physician and nursing degrees
UC Riverside School of Medicine
California’s first new public medical school in four decades.
The demand for a highly skilled workforce of physicians, nurses, lab and diagnostic technicians across the spectrum of professional specialties is continually on the rise. Riverside's wealth of healthcare training and educational opportunities are actively recruiting and training our local workforce to meet the industry demands.
A central goal of the UC Riverside School of Medicine is to expand and diversify the region’s physician workforce and develop research and health care delivery programs to improve the health of medically underserved populations.
The City of Riverside's four Universities and College offer more than 20 healthcare related programs including physician and nursing degrees:
California Baptist University - College of Allied Health
La Sierra University - Department of Pre-Health Professions
Riverside City College - School of Nursing
University of California, Riverside - School of Medicine
The UC Riverside School of Medicine is uniquely focused on serving the needs of the Inland Southern California region — a rapidly growing and ethnically diverse region home to 4.2 million people. The University is currently working in collaboration with local hospitals to develop a unique residency training program focused on training and keeping local talent.
Riverside City College's Licensed Vocational Nursing program ranked #2 in California for the NCLEX-Practical Nursing exam first-time pass rate - coming in at 99.32%.
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Riverside Medical Clinic
Riverside Medical Clinic is home to some of the area’s leading pediatricians, obstetricians, internists, and specialists.
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Riverside Community Hospital’s $315 million expansion project represents the single largest investment in the Hospital’s 111 year history. With a project of this size, we were delighted that the City’s streamlined process helped us secure financing for the project and will allow us to meet our important construction timelines.