San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital is recognized throughout the Inland Empire as a community hospital committed to the highest standards in healthcare. The hospital’s emphasis on stringent patient safety protocols and continual quality improvement are evidenced by the dedicated physician/staff team who tirelessly support patient integrity, treatment innovation and service excellence.

For Patients Coming in for a Procedure

Please provide us with the following information:

  • Your home medications: medication name, dose, frequency and reason for taking the medication.
  • Any allergies to medications, foods, tape or other reactions.
  • Your surgical history, including prior surgeries and the dates of those surgeries.

Rapid Response Team for Patient Safety

Being in the hospital can be overwhelming and scary. When you are sick, both you and your family are concerned and don’t always know what to expect. You don’t always know what is “normal” or what is “unusual” for your condition.

If at any time during your stay at SGMH you experience a change in your medical condition that concerns you or your family, immediately notify your nurse. If you have told your nurse, and would like additional assistance or evaluation, dial 55 and ask for the Rapid Response Team. Give your name, room number and a brief description of your concern.

The Rapid Response Team is a team of medical professionals who will respond immediately. They will go to your bedside and assess what additional medical help is needed.

Please don’t hesitate to call the team if you or a family member feels that additional medical help is needed. Your health is our No. 1 priority.

To access the Rapid Response Team, dial 55.

Telephone services

The hospital’s main phone number is: 951-845-1121. For general information, please dial 0 for the hospital’s operator.

Outgoing Calls
Calls to Banning, Beaumont, Cabazon and Cherry Valley can be placed through hospital phones. Please dial 9, followed by the desired number for these areas. Calls outside of these areas require a calling card or must be a collect call. Calling cards are for sale in the gift shop, located in the main lobby.

Incoming Calls
Patients may be asked for by name or room number, and the call will be connected. If you do not wish to receive calls, please inform your nurse, and your calls will be routed to the nursing station. Calls will not be connected to patients’ rooms between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m.

If you are unable to place a call, please dial 0, and an operator will assist you.

Cell Phone Usage
Cell phone usage is unrestricted unless directed otherwise by a healthcare professional.