Glendale Adventist Medical Center, a nonprofit 515-bed acute care hospital, has been part of the greater Los Angeles community for more than 110 years.
Its mission is to share God’s love in the community by promoting healing and wellness for the whole person.
Glendale News-Press readers voted GAMC “Best Hospital and Best Nurses,” and U.S. News & World Report named GAMC among the nation’s high-performing hospitals in eight types of care.
The Leapfrog Group rated GAMC with an “A” grade four years in a row for safest hospital. The hospital was also named by the Joint Commission as a top performer on key quality measures for exemplary performance.
Key clinical services include advanced surgery, cancer services, emergency department, heart and vascular institute, neuroscience institute, spine and orthopedic institute, physical medicine and rehabilitation and women’s services.