72 Years of Caring
For more than 72 years Beverly Hospital has been a vital healthcare partner to the Montebello community and the surrounding areas. It began as the dream of 18 local doctors who wanted to have a hospital for general physicians where they could treat their patients close to their homes. Today this 202-bed acute care facility is a leading independent, non-profit community hospital, recognized nationally for providing quality care.
The principles on which Beverly Hospital was founded in 1949 have not changed, and the spirit of dedication to the community that guided the founders is still very much alive.
Emergency Care Center Renovation and Expansion with 15 Additional Beds.
Hensel Maternity Center Remodeled into 18 Private Maternity Suites
Workers’ Compensation Program and Industrial Clinic started in partnership with West Ocean MD.
Family Care Center opened to provide affordable and accessible primary care services to the community
Beverly Hospital is a recipient of the HealthGrades Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence for consecutive years
GE digital mammogram system was installed in the Women’s Pavilion and Breast Center
Beverly became a STEMI Receiving Center
Picture archiving and communications (PAC) system allowed the diagnostic imaging department to go filmless
The hospital opened a state-of-the-art Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
Women’s Care Center was established to serve low income and underserved mothers-to-be
Beverly Hospital celebrated the opening of its Diabetes Treatment Center on August 26
The Women’s Pavilion and Breast Center opened
An 18,000-pound magnet—part of a new MRI system—is installed in Beverly’s new radiology building
Beverly Hospital Medical Plaza (the “101 building”) was acquired for $3 million
Beverly Hospital began an affiliation with a hospital association, which ended three years later.
Hensel Maternity Center opened
First computer system was installed
The hospital purchased a state-of-the-art CT scanner
New gastrointestinal laboratory enabled physicians to conduct endoscopic exams
Outpatient/Admissions Service program completed
First open heart surgery took place at Beverly
Cardiac rehabilitation program started
Beverly Hospital Foundation was founded to raise funds for the hospital
Tower Building opened
Emerson Wing opened
Beverly Hospital hired its first professional administrator
First board-certified specialist joined the medical staff
Center, East, and West Wings of the hospital were cut in half and moved to the back of the hospital and new wings were built
Medical staff pledged funds for the first major addition to the hospital
Beverly Hospital Guild held its first meeting
The not-for-profit Beverly Community Hospital Association, Inc. was formed on May 20
East Los Angeles Hospital Association converted a local rest home into a private hospital for general practitioners
Local physicians formed the East Los Angeles Hospital Association