Kaiser P. Riverside Medical Center

10800 Magnolia Avenue,
Riverside, CA  92505
226 Beds
Level III NICU
Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center is a facility located in Riverside, California. This facility, built in 1985, provides a number of services not limited to urology, poison control, neurology, OB/Gyn, Labor and Delivery, Genetics, and ENT. As part of the Kaiser Permanente System, Riverside Medical Center is focused on driving the evolution of healthcare through research, clinical trials, and innovative solutions.

Located about 50 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles, Riverside, California is named for its location to the Santa Ana River. Founded in the 1870s, Riverside was the birthplace of the California citrus industry. Riverside is also home to the largest Mission Revival Style building in the United States. The city has a historic feel, with numerous examples of mission architecture. The University of California, Riverside calls this city home and there are a number of parks and museums within easy access. If you’re a fan of paper cups (a necessity for all hospitals), Riverside is the home of the “World’s Largest Paper Cup.” While this landmark is made out of concrete, this quirky sense of humor can be found speckled throughout Riverside. The semi-arid climate means hot summers and relatively cool winters. Whether you have a good or bad day, walking out into the sun and palm trees is a guaranteed mood-booster. If you’re looking for a positive change to your travel nursing journey, perhaps Kaiser Permanente Riverside Medical Center is the place for you!

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1 - Independent, minimal medications needs, alert and oriented, continent, less than two co-morbidities, English speaking
10 - Dependent, lots of meds, confused, incontinent, more than two co-morbidities, non-english speaking

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