News Articles List
West Hills Hospital to host "Crush the Crisis" opioid take back day on October 29
West Hills Hospital is one of the first facilities in the Los Angeles area to offer new robotic-assisted technology for knee replacement.
Jesse Roque is the new CNO at West Hills Hospital.
West Hills Hospital honors nurse with DAISY Award for providing exceptional patient care.
West Hills Hospital announced new COO - Dave Morgan.
Registered nurse Nicole Luza receives award for providing exceptional patient care
West Hills Hospital announces the recipients of the HCA Healthcare Awards of Distinction.
West Hills Hospital has achieved the best average "door-to-balloon response time in Los Angeles County.
Carole Varner, RN, receives the prestigious DAISY Award.
West Hills Hospital performed first TAVR case, a lifesaving heart procedure that is minimally invasive which results in faster healing.
West Hills Hospital is participating in the HCA Crush the Crisis Event on Oct. 23, 20201
WHH receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus award for commitment to prioritizing quality care for stroke patients.
West Hills Hospital honors nurse with DAISY Award. Emergency room nurse receives award for providing outstanding care
Hospital team members make a cancer patient's dream come true.
Councilmember John Lee and Community Activist Lisa Kodimer join the West Hills Hospital Board of Trustees.
March 2021 - DAISY Award winner
San Fernando Valley health care facility uses advanced robotic technology to improve surgical results
LA Councilmember John Lee and Los Toros Mexican Restaurant team up to provide a delicious meal to front line staff at West Hills Hospital.
New cardiac device to reduce stroke for patients with Atrial Fibrillation.
Vicki Batt receives DAISY Award
Press release about COVID 19 treatment.
Recent DAISY Award winner
After many sessions of bargaining, SEIU 121RN has agreed to a fair new contract, averting their planned 10-day strikes at Riverside Community...
West Hills Hospital welcomes new chief nursing officer to team Kelli Wray, a 10-year US Air Force veteran, brings extensive nursing experience...
Surgeon performs his 500th robotic surgery at West Hills Hospital.
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center has chosen Donald S. David, MD, DHA, as its new chief medical officer, effective Sept. 29, 2020.
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, invites the community to a free heart health expo
Burn Awareness Week is recognized from Feb. 2-8, 2020, and to help spread awareness and promote safety, The Grossman Burn Center at West Hills...
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, has successfully performed its500th robotic surgery.
San Fernando Valley health care facility hosts sessions on orthopedic and neurologic care topics
Announcing Healthgrades Quality awards for 2020
The San Fernando Valley medical facility achieves average door-to-balloon time of just 42 minutes.
Regional hospital invites community to learn about heart health and heart disease prevention.
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, welcomes Mark Miller as its new CEO beginning Dec. 1, 2018.
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility located in the San Fernando Valley, now offers breast tomosynthesis,...
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility located in the San Fernando Valley, is hosting a free Orthopedic and...
San Fernando Valley medical facility offers recommendations for preventing heat-related illnesses
San Fernando Valley medical facility among first in the area to utilize new Micra TPS
San Fernando Medical Facility now accepts additional health insurance coverage
The San Fernando Medical Facility utilizes new Mazor X robotic guidance system
Urgent care provider celebrates opening of second local location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony
The San Fernando Medical Facility Utilizes New Advanced Technology System Tryton Side Branch Stent
San Fernando Valley medical facility announces new assistant chief nursing officer