November 8, 2018

Murrieta campus joins LLEAP and shared EMR platform

Staff at the Murrieta campus, including 230 trained "Super Users," are making the transition a success.

Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta is now live on the shared electronic medical record system used across the rest of Loma Linda University Health, as well as the Connect organizations of Riverside University Health System and SAC Health System.

The changeover on Sunday, Nov. 4, closed the loop to create a fully integrated system-wide electronic medical record utilizing Epic, which is known here as Loma Linda Electronic Access Portal (LLEAP).

“Loma Linda University Medical Center – Murrieta is committed to providing high-quality care and improving the health of the community it serves,” said Peter Baker, JD, MBA, senior vice president and administrator of Murrieta campus. Baker also commented that it is very rewarding to see the physicians, nursing staff and all the supporting areas work so hard to make this integration happen. 

With more than 3.7 million unique patient records in LLEAP, the result is seamless patient care no matter which organization — Loma Linda University Health, Riverside University Health System, or SAC Health System — is visited. 

This supports coordination of regional patient care.

All physicians and clinicians have access to the same health data. Murrieta patients, too, have better access to their health information through MyChart.