Huntington stands for community. We stand for compassion. But more than anything, Huntington stands for health. Providing world-class health care is our specialty, and it’s what we’ve been doing for the San Gabriel Valley since 1892.
That commitment to the health of our community is who we are. Now, it’s part of our name, too. We’re updating both our name and our logo to reflect our evolution as a leader in creating community well-being.
We’re pleased to re-introduce ourselves as Huntington Health, an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai.
This name change reflects the fact that we’re more than just trusted hospital care. From primary care to emergency care — and everything in between — we offer a full spectrum of care options to help keep you healthy.
Affiliation with Cedars-Sinai Health System
Huntington Health + Cedars-Sinai: The care you trust, now powered by a world-class health care system.
Thanks to our new affiliation with Cedars-Sinai, we now have access to additional resources that further strengthen our ability to provide you with personalized, high-quality care, close to home.
About Huntington Hospital
Only six years younger than Pasadena itself, Huntington Hospital has grown with the community we serve.
Our 24/7 specialist coverage ensures a hospital-based physician (hospitalist) is always available at the hospital for patients who need general, obstetrical or critical care. And as a leader in nursing care, we are one of only 9% of hospitals nationwide to have achieved Magnet designation, the gold standard in nursing.
Huntington is home to the largest emergency department and only level-II trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley – providing access to lifesaving emergency and trauma care 24/7. Our Family Birth Center and level-III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) give babies the safest start to life.
Leading cancer care, cardiology services, orthopedic care and advanced robotic surgery — among many other health care services — are available to all who turn to us for care.
Huntington Health’s executive management team and board of directors are committed to stewardship of world-class health care. Learn more about our leaders.
Mission & Vision
Our mission is to provide excellent health care and compassionate service to each person by bringing together outstanding physicians, caring nurses, professional staff and advanced technologies.
To be the leader in creating community well-being through world-class health care delivered with kindness and dignity.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Since 1892, Huntington has provided quality care, jobs, and support to the communities we serve to ensure a bright future where all residents can reach their full potential. We are dedicated to ensuring equity in all aspects of our work, from care delivery to employment and across our outreach efforts to support community well-being.
We are committed to addressing health disparities that exist so that all communities may thrive. We acknowledge historical barriers, societal inequities and biases that disproportionally impact low-income households, communities of color, people with disabilities and other underserved communities that make it harder for these groups to have equitable access to care, higher education, housing, and jobs.
We actively pledge to:
- Apply an equity lens to all aspects of our business, care, and will collaborate with our community to prioritize their voices.
- Partner with others to breakthrough economic, cultural, and language barriers. We want to ensure that all receive high-quality care — regardless of income, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, or language — and can reach their full health potential.
- Enforce equitable processes and policies in hiring, promotions, and employee compensation.
- Develop ways to measure, track, and share our progress on these commitments to ensure accountability and impact.
- Revisit and update these commitments annually as part of our ongoing journey to an equitable future.
Accreditations and awards are an important reflection of our work and impact on patients and our communities, and we are proud to share our designations, service line accreditations and patient experience awards on our awards page.
Quality & Public Reporting
We strive to provide compassionate community care with the very best clinical practices and a personal touch. We are proud to report our results via our Annual Reports, industry and watchdog group ratings.
Along with almost 3,000 other nonprofit hospitals in the United States, Huntington Health forms the backbone of our nation’s healthcare system. Our mission is to ensure care and access for everyone, while always operating with the community’s best interest in mind. To this end, we partner with the Pasadena Public Health Department to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). We are also proud to provide information about our community impact in our annual Community Benefits Report.
Care Connection: News to Keep You Healthy
Read our Care Connection newsletter to get expert health advice and information, learn about what’s new at our hospital and read honest, heartfelt patient stories.
Discrimination is against the law. Huntington Health is dedicated to ensuring equity in all aspects of our work, from care delivery to employment and across our outreach efforts to support community well-being.
Patient Non-Discrimination Statement
HH complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, socioeconomic status, educational background, race, ethnicity, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, registered domestic partner status, genetic information, citizenship, primary language, immigration status (except as required by federal law), the source of payment for care, or any other attribute.
HH provides all people with the same level of care and access to services, regardless and irrespective of sex, socioeconomic status, educational background, race, ethnicity, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, registered domestic partner status, genetic information, citizenship, primary language, immigration status (except as required by federal law) or the source of payment for care.