Our main campus in Duarte, as well as our community practice sites, are all located in vibrant Southern California. Employees appreciate the year-round sunshine, a wide variety of outdoor activities, abundant educational opportunities and one of the world’s largest centers of entertainment. With the mountains and ocean nearby, the region’s residents can easily access hiking, swimming, skiing, golf, tennis and more. Similarly, there are plentiful opportunities to experience high-quality film, theater and music, as well as professional sporting events, museums and theme parks.
Front of City of Hope
The Duarte Campus
Just 21 miles northeast of Los Angeles and 11 miles east of Pasadena, at the foot of the picturesque San Gabriel Mountains, the main City of Hope campus is located in the City of Duarte, on the historic U.S. Route 66. A small but richly diverse community, Duarte features green foothills, parks, hiking and bike trails, as well as social and recreational centers. Similarly, the City of Hope Duarte campus contains lushly landscaped gardens and open spaces that surround our leading-edge medical and research facilities. In this environment, and with the support that City of Hope provides, clinicians and researchers do their utmost to extend and improve the lives of patients.


In addition to our Duarte campus, we have a growing number of community practices that bring City of Hope’s expert care and leading-edge treatments closer to diverse local communities in Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
Below are highlights of some of our site regions. Here is our full list of practice locations.
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Antelope Valley
Residents of the Antelope Valley enjoy a high desert climate – hot, dry summer days, cool nights and average winter temperature in the 50s. Here, the City of Hope’s 25,000 square-foot practice facility is conveniently located just off of the 14 Freeway. Home to nearly 500,000 people, the valley’s two main cities are Palmdale and Lancaster. There are multiple options for food, along with performing arts, art, a family amusement park and a golf club. Educational choices include public and private schools and numerous universities. Regional Highlights - Antelope Valley
Arcadia area photo
Located just south of the 210 Freeway and near the 605 Freeway, our modern Arcadia facility is part of a community that has schools with high-achieving students, and is home to two popular leisure-time venues: The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden -- 127 sprawling acres of manicured grounds, and across the street, Santa Anita Park -- a legendary horse-racing track. Designated a Tree City USA for 17 consecutive years, Arcadia also has a popular regional shopping mall.
Corona area photo
The City of Hope’s 7,000-square-foot facility in Corona is near Highway 15 and the 91 Freeway. Located at the upper end of the Santa Ana River Canyon in western Riverside County, Corona has been dubbed the “Lemon Capital of the World” as well as the “Gateway to the Inland Empire.” Residents enjoy a robust educational system, a lauded community of artists specializing in arts, crafts, music and dance and the Skull Canyon Zipline tour, a challenging eco course in the Estelle Mountain Nature Reserve. Regional Highlights - Corona
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This newly expanded practice site is conveniently located one mile north of the 210 Freeway in an affluent community of 51,000. Glendora is home to two public school districts, which are ranked among the best in the state and the country. Leisure-time options include taking the winding mountain road or hiking trails to Mount Baldy -- the San Gabriel Mountains’ highest peak and a skiing destination, a golf and racquet club and a private country club. Citrus College, the oldest community college in L.A. County, presents student, professional and community shows at its performing arts center.
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Mission Hills 
Just minutes from the 5, 405 and 118 freeways, the practice is in the northern region of the sprawling San Fernando Valley. Schools of the family-oriented neighborhoods are part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Mission Hills is also the site of the oldest residence in the valley, the Andres Pico Adobe, built in 1834. Now a living museum of Valley history, the adobe maintains a research library and photo archives, and is the headquarters of an historic society, which sponsors a popular local event depicting early California living. Regional Highlights - Mission Hills
Pasadena area photo
Only 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, our Pasadena location is just south of the 210 Freeway and near two Metro stations. Known for the annual New Year’s Day Tournament of Roses Parade, the Rose Bowl college football game and its iconic bungalow-style houses, Pasadena is also home to the California Institute of Technology, which boasts 31 Nobel laureates, and manages the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NASA. Cultural options include the Norton Simon Museum, the Pasadena Symphony and the Pasadena Playhouse. Many also flock to the upscale boutiques, restaurants and comedy clubs of Old Town Pasadena.
Rancho Cucamonga area photo
Rancho Cucamonga
Located in the Rancho San Antonio Medical Plaza, our Rancho Cucamonga office is very accessible and has a stunning view of the San Gabriel Mountains. This largely residential city of San Bernardino County has a population of about 175,000 that enjoys highly ranked high schools. It gets 287 days of sunshine each year, and wine-making has long been a signature industry. Residents can see theater, live concerts and comedy shows at the Victoria Gardens Cultural Center. At the Victoria Gardens Lifestyle Center they can take advantage of shopping, film and a variety of restaurants. Regional Highlights - Rancho Cucamonga
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Santa Clarita
A brand new 8,500-square-foot facility provides service to patients just minutes from the 5 Freeway. Nearby, outdoor activities abound: hiking and biking, tennis, basketball, baseball, soccer, golf courses, an aquatic park, Olympic swimming pools, a bicycle/skate park and an ice skating rink. Local lakes offer boating, fishing, jet skiing and picnic areas. Then there’s the popular Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park. The Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center features world-class music and dance, while the California Institute of the Arts offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in dance, film and video, music, theatre, visual arts and writing. Regional Highlights - Santa Clarita

View a full list and phone numbers of City of Hope community locations.
For more information about physician careers at City of Hope, please email [email protected] or call 626-218-5285.