Empowering exceptional patient experiences.

Compassionate community care. At Huntington Hospital, they’re so much more than just words. This is our promise to our patients, their families and the communities we serve. It is a trust we’ve forged between our employees and everyone they come into contact with.

Making this promise a living reality takes exceptionally skilled and knowledgeable individuals with a passion for changing lives. And we’re committed to providing our employees with the resources, support and opportunities they need to deliver on that promise.

Enabling you to realize
your fullest potential.

Huntington Hospital is a place known for clinical excellence, state-of-the-art facilities and innovate technology. We’re the only Level II Trauma Center and Level III NICU in our region. We use the latest in surgical robots, laboratory automation, electronic medical records and more. We’ve made all of these advancements to make it easier and more effective for you to do what you do best – deliver compassionate, patient focused care.

When you join us, you’ll be immersed in a culture that is defined by close collaboration, consistent career growth, continuous learning and stimulating challenges. With the full support of both your colleagues and our leadership team, you’ll be empowered and inspired to provide our patients with the best care possible. Together, we’ll continue meeting the ever-changing needs of our growing community.

You’ll be immersed in a culture that is defined by close collaboration, consistent career growth, continuous learning and stimulating challenges.

Where we’ve been. Where we’re going.

A group of prominent local citizens forms the Pasadena Hospital Association

A group of prominent local citizens forms the Pasadena Hospital Association.

A temporary hospital opens with 16 beds at the northwest corner of Raymond Avenue and Green Street

A temporary hospital opens with 16 beds at the northwest corner of Raymond Avenue and Green Street.

A committee was appointed to raise funds to build and endow a permanent hospital building

A committee was appointed to raise funds to build and endow a permanent hospital building.

The 26-bed Pasadena Hospital opens on the present site of Huntington Hospital

The 26-bed Pasadena Hospital opens on the present site of Huntington Hospital.

The hospital now includes a maternity wing, a medical wing, and this complete and convenient operating room.

The hospital now includes a maternity wing, a medical wing, and this “complete and convenient operating room.”

Huntington Hospital’s volunteer program begins. Today, more than 1,400 volunteers provide assistance hospital-wide.

Huntington Hospital’s volunteer program begins. Today, more than 1,400 volunteers provide assistance hospital-wide.

A $2 million gift from the estate of Henry E. Huntington allows the hospital to thrive despite the Great Depression

A $2 million gift from the estate of Henry E. Huntington allows the hospital to thrive despite the Great Depression.

Huntington Hospital launches our Internal Medicine Residency program in 1955, followed by Surgical Residency Program in 1957

Huntington Hospital launches our Internal Medicine Residency program in 1955, followed by Surgical Residency Program in 1957.

Huntington Hospital opens a new maternity wing, thanks to a generous gift from Edward R. Valentine

Huntington Hospital opens a new maternity wing, thanks to a generous gift from Edward R. Valentine.

The Wingate Building — housing one of the nation’s first intensive care units — opens at Huntington Hospital

The Wingate Building — housing one of the nation’s first intensive care units — opens at Huntington Hospital.

Expansion of our emergency department

Expansion of our emergency department.

The first open-heart surgery in the west San Gabriel Valley is performed at our hospital

The first open-heart surgery in the west San Gabriel Valley is performed at our hospital.

Construction of state-of-the-art cardiac diagnostic and radiology facilities in the Edward Valentine Building

Construction of state-of-the-art cardiac diagnostic and radiology facilities in the Edward Valentine Building.

We become the first hospital in the San Gabriel Valley to collaborate with emergency medical services to transmit medical info

We become the first hospital in the San Gabriel Valley to collaborate with emergency medical services to transmit medical info.

Addition of 97 hospital beds in the Herbert Hahn Building

Addition of 97 hospital beds in the Herbert Hahn Building.

Our hospital is named the only Level I trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley

Our hospital is named the only Level I trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley.

We introduce Huntington Hospital Senior Care Network, one of the first comprehensive senior programs in the United States

We introduce Huntington Hospital Senior Care Network, one of the first comprehensive senior programs in the United States.

>The Pasadena Star‑News announces the opening of our new pediatric intensive care unit, the only one serving local children

The Pasadena Star News announces the opening of our new pediatric intensive care unit, the only one serving local children.

Huntington Hospital becomes one of the first full-service hospitals in the United States to offer a pet-assisted therapy

Huntington Hospital becomes one of the first full-service hospitals in the United States to offer a pet-assisted therapy (PAT).

We are among the first in the United States to perform minimally invasive (laparoscopic) surgeries

We are among the first in the United States to perform minimally invasive (laparoscopic) surgeries.

The five-story Carmen and Charles Hale East Tower opens, providing state-of-the-art care in a highly accessible structure

The five-story Carmen and Charles Hale East Tower opens, providing state-of-the-art care in a highly accessible structure.

Our hospital becomes one of the first in the United States to provide nurse navigation services to cancer patients

Our hospital becomes one of the first in the United States to provide nurse navigation services to cancer patients.

Huntington Hospital acquires our first da Vinci surgical robot, used to perform singlesite gallbladder removal & other surgeries

Huntington Hospital acquires our first da Vinci surgical robot, used to perform singlesite gallbladder removal & other surgeries

The West Tower opens, a ground + five-story patient care tower that houses a pharmacy, clinical laboratory and other facilities

The West Tower opens, a ground + five-story patient care tower that houses a pharmacy, clinical laboratory and other facilities.

We become the first hospital in Southern California to acquire the Ekso™ exoskeleton

We become the first hospital in Southern California to acquire the Ekso™ exoskeleton.

We become one of only 6 percent of hospitals in the United States to achieve Magnet® designation

We become one of only 6 percent of hospitals in the United States to achieve Magnet® designation.

The Nan and Howard Schow Emergency & Trauma Center Expansion Project debuts, doubling our capacity to provide emergency care

The Nan and Howard Schow Emergency & Trauma Center Expansion Project debuts, doubling our capacity to provide emergency care.

Huntington Hospital is ranked as 4th best hospital in Los Angeles and 9th best in California by U.S. News & World Report

Huntington Hospital is ranked as 4th best hospital in Los Angeles and 9th best in California by U.S. News & World Report.

1892
1899
1900
1902
1907
1926
1936
1955
1957
1964
1960s
1961
1971
1972
1973
1983
1984
1985
1989
1990
1998
1999
2005
2007
2010
2011
2014
2016

Why is breakfast the most important meal of the day?
Because at Huntington Hospital, you’ll be able to have Breakfast with the President, share your thoughts and learn more about our exciting future.

Why are we here?
It is our mission to provide excellent health care and compassionate service to each person by bringing together outstanding physicians, caring nurses, professional staff and advanced technologies.