ECRMC Awarded Hospital Accreditation from The Joint Commission

ECRMC has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care.

At El Centro Regional Medical Center it’s about you and your baby

ECRMC's Maternal Child provides family-centered care known as couplet care, in which mother, baby and a support person stay together from childbirth to discharge.

My IVhealth is an online health care information management tool for patients provided by ECRMC. All ECRMC inpatients over the age of 18 are eligible to sign-up.

It's Here...the da Vinci

With the help of the da Vinci® Si™ HD surgery system, patients can now experience shorter hospital stays, quicker return to normal activity, elimination of potential complications and minimal scarring.

Prenatal Care

After confirmation of your pregnancy, your physician will take the first steps to ensure a healthy pregnancy by arranging for your prenatal care. Since fetal development begins even before most women realize they are pregnant, it is crucial prenatal care starts early. Our goal at ECRMC is to ensure women and newborns experience a successful pregnancy and childbirth. Through a careful evaluation of the expectant mother and her medical history, we will discover anything that could potentially affect her, the pregnancy and the baby. Antenatal care is all the care a woman receives during her pregnancy. We offer a variety of Antenatal care services for both low and high risk pregnancies.

  • Observation and evaluation for maternal and fetal well-being
  • Intravenous hydration
  • Medication administration
  • Limited OB sonograms
  • NST (Non-Stress Test) – Used to monitor a developing baby’s heart rate over time
  • Amniocentesis (Also referred to as AFT) – A medical procedure used in prenatal diagnosis for genetic abnormalities and fetal infections.