A medical team performs surgery, circa 1930s.
During CME?s graduation in 1934, School of Nursing students receive their diplomas.
John Burden, at the urging of Ellen G. White, secured the Loma Linda property in 1905.
John Burden, co-founder of Loma Linda, was named the institution's first business manager.
Drayson Center, the LLUAHSC athletic complex, houses a variety of sporting and exercise facilities.
Ellen G. White speaks at the dedicatory service held April 15, 1906.
Ellen G. White, Adventist pioneer and spiritual guide.
The Good Samaritan sculpture represents Loma Linda's motto--"To make man whole."
An outgrowth of the Loma Linda Sanitarium on the hill, the present 11-story building opened on July 9, 1967.
Loma Linda University Children's Hospital, which opened in 1993, houses the world's leading infant-heart transplant team.
LLUMC is the only Level I trauma center for the Inyo, Mono, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties.
Nearly 900 beds are available through LLU Medical Center, Children?s Hospital, East Campus, and Behavioral Medicine Center.
Loma Linda is an internationally known health-sciences university and medical center.
School of Nursing class of 1910.
A postcard depicts the Loma Linda Sanitarium and Hospital, circa 1920s.
Teachers and students join in a "medical-evangelistic" tour in the Sanitarium truck, 1913.
The Loma Linda Sanitarium housed 25 patients within the first two months of operation.
The first nursing class admires Richard Edward Abbott, son of Loma Linda's president George K. Abbott, MD.