GoodFaith Medical Transportation Co., Inc. (GoodFaith), a non-emergency medical transportation company, is proud to provide Non-Emergency Medical Transportation services to many hospitals and healthcare facilities all over the Inland Empire. Arrowhead Regional Medical Center is no exception.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) is located in Colton, CA. This university-affiliated teaching hospital is a Level II trauma center. The hospital operates a regional burn center, a primary stroke center, a behavior health center and 4 primary care centers. ARMC focuses on providing quality health care, community outreach, and education.
GoodFaith transports patients (those who do not require emergency transport) to the emergency department at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. ARMC’s Emergency Department staff is recognized statewide and nationally for excellence in ER care delivery. The emergency department is visited by more than 116,000 patients each year.
Their trauma center is the only Inland Empire Trauma Center certified by the American College of Surgeons. The center treats the most seriously injured patients and is one of the region’s busiest for adult trauma care. A Level II trauma center provides 24-hour availability of all essential specialties, personnel, and equipment. It is able to initiate definitive care for all injured patients.
Edward G. Hirschman Burn Center
The Edward G. Hirschman Burn Center serves the four counties of Inyo, Mono, Riverside and San Bernardino. The burn center team includes specialized nurses; general surgeons and plastic surgeons; case managers; social workers; respiratory, occupational and physical therapists; dietitians; pharmacists and chaplains.
Other features of the center include an outpatient clinic, burn prevention education for the public and training for paramedics, a Burn Support group to provide support and help educate patients and their family members, and a Juvenile Fire Setter Intervention program.
Each year the Maternal-Child Department staff share in the excitement of thousands of births. They have the ability to care for soon to be mothers through their pregnancy and for infants as they grow up to age 14.
ARMC is designated as a Baby-Friendly hospital: staff is trained regarding the care of breastfeeding mothers and babies, babies stay close to their mothers right after birth to breastfeed as soon as they are ready, and healthy babies room in with their mother day and night
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (UNIT) offers state-of-the-art intensive care in a nursery setting and provides care for premature infants and sick newborns requiring continuous assessment, observation and intensive treatment. Specialists in the unit provide the highest level of care around the clock to the most critically-ill infants.
Primary Stroke Services
As a certified Level 1 Primary Stroke Center and recipient of the HFAP Seal of Excellence, ARMC has the capacity to stabilize and treat acute stroke patients, provide acute care, administer tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) and other acute therapies safely and efficiently.
Earlier this year Arrowhead Regional Medical Center was highlighted in the American Heart Association’s 2015 U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals recognition advertisement. ARMC was recognized as a Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award winner, for its commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for stroke patients.
Stroke survivors may have visits to neurologists, physical, occupational, and speech therapists, as well as their primary care provider and pharmacist. GoodFaith has provided safe and reliable transportation for many stroke survivors to and from their medical appointments.
Behavioral Health Services
The Behavioral Health Center provides psychiatric emergency and inpatient psychiatric treatment services for acute psychiatric emergencies and mental health issues. Patients are evaluated in a safe environment and treated by an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, clinical therapists, nurses, and occupational therapists with the goal to help patients lead more healthful and productive lives. The Behavioral Health Center has plans to add a 24-hour Crisis Stabilization Unit.
Along with many other patients, GoodFaith currently transports the mentally challenged (5150) patients of Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
Education is a top priority at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. As a teaching hospital, ARMC is providing clinical education and training to current and future health professionals. The Office of Research and Grants strives to promote and support research activities. With their community outreach and wellness programs, ARMC is working to educate the public on health concerns. For example, their Breathmobile is a Mobile Medical Clinic that provides asthma education and screening to young students at 40 schools across San Bernardino County.
The medical center also hosts an annual Health Fair and a 5K Walk-Run event along with many other community services and programs aimed at educating the community.
GoodFaith Non-Emergency Medical Transportation At Arrowhead Regional Medical Center
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center has a mission of providing quality healthcare. They use state-of-the-art technology and take a multidisciplinary team approach to deliver excellent care. GoodFaith is proud to provide ambulatory, wheelchair and stretcher non-emergency medical transportation to patients at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center.
Having been in existence for over 24 years, GoodFaith Medical Transportation Co., Inc. is committed to provide safe, reliable, and caring non-emergency medical transportation services to hospitals, nursing homes, long-term care facilities and other healthcare providers. If you need non-emergency medical transportation services please contact us, (909) 888-5818. Please feel free to visit us at www.goodfaithmedtrans.com.