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Beaver Medical Group Urgent Care
3 urgent care locations: Banning, Highland, Redlands
Redlands, CA 92373

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Why Beaver Medical Group?

Many people entrust their most valued possession — their good health — into the hands of our outstanding, committed physicians at Beaver Medical Group. Beaver is important to us — our medical group represents a tradition — an involvement of caring individuals in harmony with the community. The integrity of our profession is exemplified in the type of individuals who choose join our group, and we hope you will want to share your future with us and our community. 

The physicians of Beaver Medical Group control the focus and destiny of the organization. After two years of full-time service, physicians are eligible to become a partner in the group. The Board of Directors is comprised of physicians who are elected to govern the group for a three-year term. In our democratic structure, all physicians have a voice in the direction and operation of the group.

We pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of technology. The organization continually encourages the implementation of innovative programs and services for our patients. Our strategy is to actively promote teamwork and interaction among our medical specialties. We are committed to excellence and to involve the patient in the decision-making process. Most importantly, we recruit the highest quality individuals to join our team.

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Redlands, CA

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Surrounded by gorgeous mountains, Redlands is located approximately 60 miles northeast of Los Angeles, and 45 miles west of Palm Springs which makes it an easy drive to reach mountains, beaches, and deserts.

Redlands, though emerging as a regional leader, boasts small-town charm, a commitment to education at all levels, a community of service to others, environmental preservation and sustainability, historic preservation, and a passion for the arts.  At the turn of the 20th century, Redlands was the “Palm Springs” of the next century, with roses and palm trees being planted along many city thoroughfares.   



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