January 27 - Mrs. White writes "The medical school at Loma Linda is to be of highest order."
June 15 - Loma Linda Sanitarium officially consolidates with the College of Medical Evangelists (CME) Corporation.
February 27 - First women's residence hall opens.
April 4 - Mrs. White endorses the building of the new hospital and the plan for student physicians to receive some of their clinical education in Los Angeles.
October 28 - CME opens temporary hospital facilities with eight rooms, accommodating up to 10 patients.
March 26 - CME Board decides to offer part of medical training in Los Angeles.
September 29 - CME launches its Los Angeles dispensary.
October 31 - The new Loma Linda Hospital, located in the middle of what is now the basic sciences quadrangle, nears completion.
November 24 - Board members name the new facility Loma Linda Hospital.
December 1 - Loma Linda Hospital opens and patients are moved into the new facility.
June - First physicians graduate from CME.
Fall - The Council on Medical Education secretary visits CME to make a preliminary assessment of its standing with the American Medical Association.
July 16 - Ellen G. White dies at age 87. Funeral at Battle Creek, Michigan on July 24.
June 7 - Board authorizes purchase of Ellen G. White Memorial Hospital site.
February 3 - B rating given CME by Council on Medical Education.