About The Region

Temecula Valley Hospital, Rancho Springs Medical Center, Inland Valley Medical Center, and Corona Regional Medical Center are all located in beautiful western Riverside County in California.
Learn About Riverside County

Palmdale Regional Medical Center is located in Palmdale, California, approximately 40 miles north of downtown Los Angeles.

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City of Temecula

(Temecula Valley Hospital)
Population: 117,000
Population Density / sq. mile: 3,068
Median Age: 34.4
Ethnic Diversity White alone (50.4%), Hispanic (28.8%), Asian alone (8.2%), Black alone (7.3%)
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City of Murrieta

(Rancho Springs Medical Center)
Population: 113,000
Population Density / sq. mile: 3,372
Median Age: 33.5
Ethnic Diversity White alone (46.2%), Hispanic (30.6%), Asian alone (10.8%), Black alone (4.0%)
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City of Wildomar

(Inland Valley Medical Center)
Population: 37,000
Population Density / sq. mile: 1,559
Median Age: 35
Ethnic Diversity White alone (46.5%), Hispanic (40.6%), Asian alone (5.0%), Black alone (3.5%)
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City of Corona

(Corona Regional Medical Center)
Population: 168,000
Population Density / sq. mile: 4,251
Median Age: 36
Ethnic Diversity Hispanic (41.9%), White alone (38.2%), Asian alone (12.5%), Black alone (3.5%)
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City of Palmdale

(Palmdale Regional Medical Center)
Population: 157,000
Population Density / sq. mile: 1,484
Median Age: 31.2
Ethnic Diversity Hispanic (59.9%), White alone (23.4%), Asian alone (4.3%), Black alone (9.9%)
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