A Legacy of World-Class, Compassionate Care
A 619-bed nonprofit hospital that’s nationally ranked for quality and safety, Huntington Hospital in Pasadena – an affiliate of Cedars-Sinai Health System – has provided world-class, compassionate care since 1892.
From the start, Huntington Hospital has been sustained by our community: Local residents helped found the hospital; a gift of land from Caroline Walkley allowed us to build our first dedicated facilities; and Henry E. Huntington’s estate helped sustain the hospital through the Great Depression and beyond. These and many other local leaders laid the foundation for excellence at the hospital.
130 years later, Huntington Hospital remains committed to providing the highest quality health care and emergency services to the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. Only six years younger than Pasadena itself, our hospital has grown with the community we serve. Today, we continue to enhance the services and programs that make us the hospital of choice for people throughout our region.