Thank you for entrusting your care to us. We wish you good health and a fast recovery.
Interactive Patient Engagement Technology (iPET)
Our rooms feature televisions offering local and basic cable programming. For more information, watch this iPET video.
You may have visitors visit any time of day as long as they are healthy. Some units, such as critical care, intensive care, rehabilitation, and the emergency department may have restricted hours and age restrictions as well. Please observe these guidelines.
No Smoking Campus
We are committed to caring for the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff. Because of this pledge, smoking and using any tobacco products is prohibited in all areas of the St. John’s campus, including exterior walkways and parking lots.
Learn More About Visiting St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital
If you have any questions prior to visiting our hospital, please call 805.389.5800.
Admitting and Online Registration
Online Registration Now Available
Billing and Payment Information
St. John’s offers many convenient ways to pay your bill. We accept cash, check, VISA, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. You can also pay your bill online, by mail, by phone, or in person at our business office.
Dignity Health Preferred Network
Finding a physician you like and trust can be a challenge. At Dignity Health, it’s our goal to help you find one within our network.
Language Access Services
Learn about medical records and how to request yours below
My Portal (Patient Portal)
My Portal (Patient Portal) provides you with online access to your medical information on a convenient and secure site. View your personal health records, clinical summaries, laboratory and imaging results, as well as instructions and education specific to your care. Transmit your visit summaries to your providers, view upcoming appointments, and securely message participating health care teams.
Palliative and End-of-Life Care
Supporting the best possible quality of life for patients with chronic or life-limiting illnesses.
At St. John's, we hold a sacred trust. Patients trust us with their lives. Family members trust us with their loved ones. Nothing we do is more important than working to ensure the safest environment possible for our patients, to show that their trust is well placed.
Preparing for Hospitalization
Learn more about hospital registration, advance care directives, and advance beneficiary notices.