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Center for Assault Treatment Services
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End of Life Option Act
Family Medicine Residency
Great Kindness Challenge
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Serving the Community
Northridge Hospital Medical Center, a 394-bed not-for-profit hospital, has earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission. We are ranked as one of America’s 100 Best Hospitals in the United States by Healthgrades—a national healthcare ratings organization.
We step into our future with a strength that comes from our past. Today, we build on the vision 60 years ago where a doctor had the foresight to see the need for health care services in the Valley.
In 1955, 37 physicians invested their own money to build the first hospital in the West San Fernando Valley. A humble beginning, this 49-bed hospital served 200,000 people. We are now celebrating 60 years of growing with the community, evolving into a 394-bed nonprofit facility serving 2 million residents.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center
18300 Roscoe Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91328
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Mission, Vision and Values
When you join our medical staff you share in the rich heritage of dedication to providing the finest medical services, and a commitment to improving health beyond individual practices. Our physicians play a crucial role in continuing our tradition of creating miracles.
The Dignity Health Family Medicine Residency Program at Northridge Hospital was established in 1976 and is affiliated with David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Our program has a full five year ACGME accreditation and has graduated over 200 family physicians.
Our goal is to provide the patient, their family and their friends with the best possible experience. We do this through the professional practice of nursing. Nursing is a very dynamic process with constant reassessment of the patient and the treatment plan.
This law allows health care individual clinicians to opt out of the activities authorized by the law. The law also allows hospital systems like Dignity Health to prohibit employees and others who work with us from taking part in these activities.