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Adventist Health Glendale is a 515-bed medical center built on the Seventh-day Adventist faith and mission to improve the health of communities and to live God's love by inspiring health, wholeness and hope.

Since our founding in 1905 as the Glendale Sanitarium, countless patients have entrusted our physicians, nurses and associates with their health care needs. Today, we are the largest medical center serving the San Fernando Valley, with 800 physicians, 2,600 associates and 1,100 volunteers.

Learn more about AHGL's history.

Our Mission and Community

Adventist Health Glendale is an active and devoted leader in promoting a healthy lifestyle and the highest quality of medical care. Adventist Health Glendale supports a global health care network that furthers the mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church through "Living Proclamation and Loving Service." Physicians, nurses and support staff reach out to people in need around the world by serving on medical missions while sharing God's love.

Accreditations, awards and numerous other honors from nationally-recognized organizations validate the level of patient care that Adventist Health Glendale provides. Additionally, the hospital and the community we serve have a long history of working together on activities that focus on our mission of health and wellness for the whole person.

Learn more about our legacy of healing in the video below.