News Articles List
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.
Hospital receives quality awards
Non profit organization is installing a Love Rocks Garden for the staff at West Hills
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 is closing its obstetrics program, including the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Mother/Baby, Labor & Delivery and Nursery....
West Hills Hospital receives Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.
In May 2020, several Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters were injured in an explosion during a downtown LA fire. They were all released...
Firefighters injured in downtown LA fire celebrate recovery with Grossman Burn Center team
Registered nurse Sanje Prasad receives award for providing exceptional patient care.
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.
Patient reunion story about a young woman who survived after 90 minutes of CPR.
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.
Isaiah Zirkle joins management team at San Fernando Valley medical facility
West Hills Hospital & Medical Center, a full-service acute care facility, has welcomed six new community leaders to its board of trustees.
Local hospital successfully completes minimally invasive weight loss surgery using robotics.
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
Regional hospital participates in raising global awareness about sepsis
Regional hospital participates in breastfeeding week August 1 – 7
The San Fernando medical facility announces new chief operating officer and vice president
West Hills Hospital surgical team utilizes one of the most advanced surgical systems available da Vinci XI
West Hills Hospital to educate women about heart health and heart disease prevention
Burn Awareness Week at the Grossman Burn Center comes to a close with a story of hope for a 6 year old Burn Survivor from Indonesia.
The San Fernando care facility elects former chairman of the Quality Department as new chief of staff
Regional hospital offers care center specializing in advanced treatments for hard-to-heal wounds
After her husband set her on fire, a Moorpark mom of four was recovering and sharing her inspirational tale.
Though summer is a few days away, the season of barbecues and campfires has already started.
Local hospital is starting Heart Month with a seminar featuring a young heart attack survivor
Fire Leads to Injured Firefighter and Family Tragedy.