ER Care With Kindness
We're here when you need us.
At St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital, our expert ER doctors and staff are ready to treat you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We try to accommodate all of our patients as quickly as possible and average ER wait times are less than 30 minutes. When you have an emergency – your emergency becomes our emergency.
InQuicker Emergency Room Tool
Dignity Health and St. John’s offer an online tool, powered by InQuicker, for the emergency room and urgent care situations. The tool allows you to select an estimated hospital arrival time and wait in the comfort of your home. Upon arrival and check-in to the ER, you will see a doctor who will assess your situation and determine the next appropriate level of care. Select the next available treatment time now.
ER Care with Kindness
ER Services Offered
24-Hour Emergency Care
Primary Stroke Center - We have been designated as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission for our excellent and timely care in treating stroke patients. As a certified Primary Stroke Center we maintain an acute stroke team, a dedicated stroke unit, offer neuroimaging services, and meet the other criteria set forth by the Joint Commission.
Diagnostic Imaging Services - We offer CT Scans, X-rays, ultrasound, and other diagnostic imaging services around the clock. Our certified radiologists on staff to review tests during an emergency.
Find Emergency Services
With two hospitals located in the Ventura County area, you’re never far from emergency expertise. If you or a loved one are experiencing signs of a heart attack or stroke call 9-1-1 immediately.
|St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital
2309 Antonio Ave
Camarillo, CA 93010
|St. John's Regional Medical Center
1600 N. Rose Ave
Oxnard, CA 93030
When to Go to the ER
The emergency room, or ER, is a hospital service where people can seek immediate help for serious injuries or illnesses that can’t be managed or treated at home, in a doctor’s office, or at an urgent care facility. Here is some helpful information on when you should go to the ER.