Founded in 1962 by the Immaculate Heart Community, the 325-bed Citrus Valley Medical Center - Queen of the Valley Campus in West Covina is a fully accredited nonprofit, Catholic health care facility.
- Family Birth & Newborn Center - More deliveries are made at this campus than any health care facility in the East San Gabriel Valley. More than 15,000 babies have been cared for in the Level IIIB Newborn Intensive Care Unit since the NICU opened in 1972.
- 40-bed Perinatal Unit
- 40-bed NICU
- 18-bed Pediatrics Unit
- The Geleris Family Cancer Center - Offering complete education, diagnosis, treatment and support services. Patients are kept apprised of ongoing clinical cancer trials and may participate, when eligible.
- Queen's Mammography Center - Providing low-cost mammography screening and breast health education
- Cardiac services
- 12-bed Intensive Care Unit
- 6-bed Cardiac Care Unit
- 67-bed Definitive Observation Unit
- 130-bed Medical/Surgical Unit
- State-of-the-art MRI, CAT scan and lithotripsy services
- Citrus Valley Centers for Rehabilitation Services - Offering speech, occupational and physical therapy services for children and adults
- 12-bed Rehabilitation Unit
- Robotic surgery program featuring the da Vinci SI Surgical System
|In the late 1950s, the Immaculate Heart of Mary (an order of Catholic nuns) sent Sister Columba to West Covina with an old Buick and $25 to build a community hospital. The Sisters used all the property they owned as collateral to purchase land for the hospital. This included their high school, college, library and even the Mother House in Los Angeles.
In 1962, they finally opened Queen of the Valley Hospital thanks to the support of local business leaders and the Queen of the Valley Auxiliary.