The city of Moreno Valley is located in San Bernardino County, California, USA, north of Los Angeles County. It is the second largest city in California with a population of about 2.5 million people and one of the largest cities in Southern California.
The town takes its name from the small municipality of Moreno, which became part of the town of "Moreno Valley" after its incorporation in 1984. The communities of Edgemont, Sunnymead and Moreno were merged under California law on July 1, 1984, to form a town of common law, Moreno Valley.
The city is divided into four districts, each of which elects a representative to the City Council. It consists of four districts: Moreno, Sunnymead, Edgemont and Moreno Valley, and two districts in the north and south.
To the east is the San Gorgonio Pass and Coachella Valley, to the north the city of Moreno Valley and San Bernardino National Forest, and to the south the Val Verde Valley. The Valverde District stretches north of Interstate 10 and south of the Santa Ana River and east of San Diego.
Summer in Moreno Valley is generally a mix of warm, sunny days and cool, rainy days with occasional snowfall. As the warming winds from the north and east descend over the mountains, there is a chance that highs will dip into the 70s or even the low 80s. On the other hand, we are also faced with periods of cold when high temperatures barely exceed 50 degrees Celsius and night temperatures fall near freezing.
Rain is rare, but many days are still sunny, and there was much more rain - rain-free, with sunshine and clean air that allows great views of the surrounding mountains.
The hot months of July and August have average daytime temperatures in the mid-90s, with some nights reaching the low to mid-60s. The naturally occurring low humidity makes it easy to endure these months, but occasionally, from mid-May to September, exceptional heat waves can send afternoon temperatures well above the century mark.
A monsoon is when moisture enters from the Pacific Ocean, bringing high humidity that causes thunderstorms in the mountains in the afternoon and evening. Santa Ana winds are gusty, sometimes strong and blow from north to northeast, occasionally from late October to March.
Winter in the town of Moreno Valley is mild, nights drop into the upper 30s to lower 40s at night and temperatures exceed 50 degrees during the day. The most frequent periods of heavy rain and snow in this part of the state occur in four months, from December to March. In winter, gardening is slower than in other parts of California because of cooler temperatures.
To prevent communicable diseases, including seasonal flu and epidemics, you should follow the guidelines of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Family members and visitors may be asked to leave the treatment area as soon as the patient's condition deteriorates. Patients should ask that the visitor leave the premises during the treatment.
The main support person should be encouraged to stay with the mother as long as possible, but a parent or a specific adult is and is encouraged to stay with your child at all times to ensure the safety of the child. They can come from 9 am to 9 pm, but are not considered visitors.
There may be no more than three (3) visitors in one room at a time, including the work coach. A special permit must be issued at least 24 hours before the birth of the child, but no later than 3 hours before the birth.
Visitors may not stay in one room for more than three (3) visitors at a time, unless you have a legitimate reason to stay at Moreno Valley Hospital, whether for safety reasons, medical emergencies or medical purposes.
Visitors may be limited to one (1) person per bed, with special consideration given to the needs of each patient. Please consider all activities in the unit that might be uncomfortable for the visitor before deciding whether to stay for a certain period or leave. Children under 14 years of age may not come without parents or a specific adult. When visiting children's hospitals, parents must identify the visitors and authorise their visit, and parents must authorise the visit.
Visitors will be instructed to use the telephone while waiting and before entering the ward, and staff and doctors will visit the patient care area to reduce noise levels and prevent the spread of infections. People are instructed not to report symptoms of acute respiratory disease or fever at first contact. Epidemic episodes or recommendations for outbreaks may become more severe depending on the severity of the outbreak and the number of patients hospitalized, as well as the degree of infection.
Visitors are welcome guests of the hospital and can help with the healing and adaptation of the hospital patients. Riverside County Regional Medical Center is the largest hospital in the state of California and the second largest in California. Since 2008, the facility has seen more than 1,000 cases of acute respiratory disease.