Eisenhower Medical Center is located on a 130-acre campus in Rancho Mirage, in an area of Southern California known as the Coachella Valley. Rancho Mirage could well be called "Paradise Found." Clean air, blue skies, crystal-clear desert nights, nearly year-round sunshine all contribute to exceptionally stress-free, resort-style living.
Framed by the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto mountains, the area boasts an annual average of 350 days of sunshine, clear skies, clean air, breathtaking scenery, affordable housing, minimal traffic, excellent schools, superb dining and shopping, Broadway-caliber entertainment, two international film festivals, a variety of sporting events, and four-season recreational opportunities.
A two-hour road trip to Los Angeles or San Diego makes going to the beach or a metropolitan museum an easy trip. World famous for golf and tennis with luxury shopping and dining combined with affordable housing, the Coachella Valley is a southern California treasure.
It is not surprising that the Coachella Valley is one of the fastest growing areas in California. Eisenhower Medical Center is just over 10 miles from the resort city of Palm Springs and its international airport, and about a two-hour drive from the beaches of San Diego and Los Angeles.