Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) will open a new, expanded clinic in North Fontana.
This location at 16888 Baseline Avenue includes two procedure rooms, 30 exam rooms, three consultation rooms, and spaces to view or read patient education materials.
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new clinic was held at the new location on April 20. Attending were staff from the Fontana Clinic, hospital administration, and San Bernardino County staff members.
The clinic will serve patients for the near future, according to a press release issued by the county on April 29.
“The new state-of-the-art clinic in Fontana allows ARMC to expand and improve the essential health care services the hospital provides to our residents,” said Janice Rutherford, 2nd District Supervisor. “Although the clinic has additional space and new equipment, patients will be reassured to know that the staff members who have served them for so long will remain at the new site.”
Patients can visit the Fontana site to receive medical services including radiology, mammograms, ultrasounds, enhanced care management (ECM), and laboratory services including sample collection and blood draws.
“This clinic will provide many services to those who need medical and health maintenance services to prevent long-term health problems,” said 5th District Supervisor Joe Baca Jr., “For those who have need labs, family medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, and maternity services, etc., this facility is a great place to go. Looking forward to seeing the continued growth of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in our community. Stay tuned. safe and healthy.
The Fontana clinic currently receives an average of 1,400 patients per month. The new, larger facility allows more patients with a wider range of health care needs to be seen.
“This expansion will give us the opportunity to better serve our Fontana patient community,” said William Gilbert, ARMC Hospital Director. “This larger facility allows us to serve a greater number of patients, and we will also be able to accommodate more resident physicians for rotations in our clinic.”