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Who We Are

Valley Presbyterian Hospital first opened its doors over 60 years ago as a small, neighborhood provider. While we remain as independent as we were in 1958, today we have grown into a 350-bed full-service, non-profit community hospital, dedicated to the health and well-being of the diverse and challenged communities of the San Fernando Valley.

Our Goal

Our enduring goal is to be a vital asset to the community because for us, this Valley is not just an area of operation. It is our home. And its people are not just patients. They are our friends, our partners and our community. We build the facilities and services specifically focused on the needs of those in this community. We help patients manage and improve their health by providing access to a wide array of education and support. We serve our patients with respect by listening intently to care more effectively. And we consistently invest in our people, the most vital asset of all, building greater teamwork and communication that raises the quality of care for all our patients.

Diverse and talented teams of nurses, therapists, technicians, support staff, 600+ physicians, and our leadership, are committed to making sure every patient receives high-quality and compassionate care. At Valley Presbyterian Hospital, we are proud to be vital for access, vital for growth and vital for life.

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    We care about our health care professionals and the patients they treat. They understand that each of us has a vital role in our patients’ health and wellbeing unites our board of directors, medical staff, hospital administrators, employees and volunteers. Founded as an independent, nonprofit community hospital in 1958, our goal has remained the same each day, to work together as a “family” to provide excellent care and service to improve health care in the San Fernando Valley.

  • We Value Talent And Teamwork

    Dignity, respect, compassion, trust, transparency, and collaboration are not just words, they are the guiding principles we value and demonstrate to our talented coworkers, community partners, patients, and their loved ones. We have built an environment that values teamwork and supports communication. We know how essential our teams are and we are committed to providing opportunities to grow, innovate, and lead.

Our Accomplishments

Our 350-bed hospital is one of the largest and most prestigious, full-service, acute care facilities in the San Fernando Valley, serving thousands of families each year. While our expertise and services have expanded over the years, we are still an independent, community hospital, voted “Best Hospital” by the readers of Los Angeles Daily News for fifteen years in a row (2006-2020).

With our focus on families, we have earned the Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP) designation for having specialized pediatric teams ready to assemble, triage and fast-track children to the care they urgently need. We are designated as a Pediatric Medical Center (PMC), which allows our team of pediatric specialists to treat and handle the higher level of care needed in our Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). We are also a certified Cardiac STEMI Receiving Center, providing critical care for heart attack patients, and Primary Stroke Center, based on our training and techniques to support better outcomes for stroke care.

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Living Here

The San Fernando Valley has it all. We share our neighborhood with Universal Studio’s CityWalk, a major movie studio with outdoor restaurants, attractions, and shopping, and Six Flags Magic Mountain with thrilling rides. Ventura Boulevard’s restaurant row is the Sunset Boulevard of the Valley, with bars and restaurants for every taste. Free cultural excursions abound with the Getty Museum and NoHo Arts District.

And when adventure calls to other destinations, Hollywood Burbank Airport is just six miles down Vanowen Street. Nearby, the Japanese Gardens and Lake Balboa Park offer a public jogging path, playground, lakes, tennis courts, and meditative scenery, or hike the Santa Susana Mountain trails and Mulholland Drive with breathtaking views. We love our community for its diversity, inclusiveness, and affordable suburban living within urban Los Angeles, and think you will too.

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Our Community

A lot has changed in the San Fernando Valley since Valley Presbyterian Hospital was built in 1958, including becoming more racially diverse. Within our own hospital community, we recognize and support multiculturism, which is reflected in the rich diversity of our talented group of colleagues. We honor and embrace ideas and experiences that each individual brings to our workplace and it is this respect and inclusiveness that unites our organization in serving our community. We are proud of the individual accomplishments and team spirit that our employees bring in providing excellent care to our patients and making a difference in their lives.

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