Apex Emergency Medical Group Inc. was founded in 2011. Since its incorporation, Apex has focused on our mission by recruiting, training, and developing the most talented, cohesive, dedicated, “team” of Emergency Physicians and Advance Practice Providers. Our Group acknowledges and acts on the basic principle that it is an “honor to serve” patients that are in need of emergency care.
Further, our Group of Emergency Physicians and Advance Practice Providers acknowledges that the very satisﬁed patient results from not only the provisions of quality of care, but also the speed of service, deepest compassion towards the ill and injured, and superior customer service. As a company, we extend those principles of superior service, loyalty, and dedication
Dr. Todd Hanna
"To provide quality, expedient, and compassionate
emergency care to all patients in our community
Our Group has long term contracts with Hemet and Menifee Valley Medical Centers, which are private hospitals, serving the San Jacinto and Menifee Valleys in Southern California, with annual Emergency Department census approaching 60,000
and 20,000 patients respectively.
The Emergency Department at Hemet Valley, is a teaching hospital, that is aﬃliated with the Western College of Health Sciences, and College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Paciﬁc, in Pomona, California. Currently Hemet Valley Medical Center has approved residencies in Internal Medicine, Radiology, and Transitional year internships. Emergency physicians have the opportunity to teach and supervise residents and medical students. Scribes are provided for our emergency physicians to enhance their eﬃciency, and allow them to spend more time with their patients.
Further, our Emergency physicians work closely as a team with our Advance Practice Providers, providing the necessary collegial atmosphere for strong mentoring and active collaboration, in order to provide for safe emergency patient care. The hospital emergency departments are high acuity, with approximately a twenty percent admission rate, with eighty-ﬁve percent of all admissions generated from the emergency rooms, thereby providing an ideal teaching environment.