HealthBridge of Orange’s admission team works closely with referring facilities, case managers, and family members to ensure the admissions process is efﬁcient. To refer a patient or to schedule a complimentary informational session or tour for your patient at Orange’s pediatric facility, HealthBridge Children’s Hospital Orange, please call the admissions ofﬁce.
All commercial insurance, private pay, and most managed and traditional Medicaid plans accepted.
HealthBridge Children’s Hospital
393 S. Tustin Street
Orange, California 92866
HealthBridge Children’s Hospital is accredited by DNV-G’s NIAHO® and is ISO 9001:2008 certiﬁed.
Rehabilitation With A Pediatric Focus.
Rehabilitation with a Pediatric Focus.
HealthBridge Children’s Hospital Orange stands out as a leader in pediatric medical care and rehabilitation because we blend technology and services regularly seen in acute hospital settings into a family-centered, homelike environment. We focus on the care and treatment of children, adolescents, and young adults from birth to 21 years of age who have suffered from a disabling injury or illness. Individualized treatment plans address the medical, emotional, social, and physical needs of each child. Care is also coordinated with the school district, regional center, and other community agencies.
Team Approach for Positive Outcomes
Our team of professionals is experienced in guiding children and adolescents toward achieving positive functional outcomes. This interdisciplinary approach utilizes specialists from a wide range of disciplines from physicians, psychologists, and therapists to social workers and case managers.
Environment that Promotes Recovery
We understand and recognize that a child’s family and environment play an important role in the recovery process and attainment of goals. The rehabilitation team encourages families to participate in their child’s care and development of treatment plans.
The homelike setting provides a warm, nurturing environment that accelerates the healing process and encourages growth. Private rooms facilitate quality time with parents, friends, and family members. Unlike traditional hospital settings, children participate in activities both indoors and outdoors. This relaxed environment is conducive to family training and an easier transition home.