Last updated 5/30/20
Our highest priority is the health and safety of our patients, visitors,
employees, and physicians. We use safety standards to protect everyone
who comes to Valley Presbyterian Hospital and are taking additional precautions
for the COVID-19 (coronavirus). Our teams are using infection prevention
protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and
are working closely with local, state and federal health agencies to take
steps to limit the spread of the virus and care for those who need it.
Patient & Visitor Policy Update
We have restricted visitation to our hospital.
All patients and visitors will be screened at designated entry points,
including the Emergency Department.
- A "No Visitor" policy will be in effect with a few exceptions
- One visitor will be allowed for our patients in labor, pediatric, and neonatal
units, as well as end of life patients.
- All visitors and patients entering the hospital are required to wear a mask.
- Patients admitted through the ED who are unable to provide their own medical
history and consent may have one visitor, but only for as long as it takes
to complete the admission.
- Visitors must be a healthy adult, 18 years of age or older.
Visitors should not visit patients at our hospital if you have one or more
symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath, have traveled in a
COVID-19 area, or have encountered a person who tested positive for COVID-19 in the
last 14 days.
- Patients under COVID-19 investigation are not allowed to have any visitors.
Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis for certain compassionate
As of May 11, we have resumed elective surgeries for patients. Please note that the patient and visitor policies above remain in effect.
Additional Updated Information
As of May 29, Los Angeles officials have continued the process of Stage
2 reopening of non-essential businesses, with social distancing and specific
infection control protocols. Los Angeles residents are still required
to wear a face covering when they leave their home, except for young children
and people with certain disabilities. Check our FAQS and Facts pages below
for additional information, along with the number of cases in Los Angeles
County and the U.S. We also have a Videos page with helpful information
and tips about COVID-19. You may also call our Hotline at
818.902.3999. If you are having a medical emergency please