So much has changed in recent months. But we are here, with the same commitment to your health that we’ve always had. You can always count on us to keep you safe and keep you well.
We want to keep you informed about everything we are doing to keep you and your loved ones safe before and during your visit. Your health and well-being are our top priorities. Whether you visit us for a routine check-up or undergo a procedure, we are here to address all your healthcare needs safely.
We regularly treat patients with infectious diseases, so our infection-prevention protocols are rigorous and time-tested. Our Quality Assurance and Infection Prevention team are in continuous contact with public health officials. We continue to monitor COVID-19 developments closely.
To ensure your care is performed safely, we are adhering to stringent guidelines established by the:
We are focused on creating the safest possible environment for care. We have added to our already stringent safety protocols to ensure you continue to receive excellent and safe care for your next visit.
Staff and providers performing any type of care receive symptom screenings and temperature checks daily. All staff and providers taking part in care at the CCC have been, and are regularly tested for COVID-19.
Wearing a mask is required of our providers, staff, and visitors in all areas and all facilities.
Patient rooms, waiting rooms, and other common areas at all Lompoc Health facilities are arranged and marked to ensure proper social distancing. Our emergency room has a separate entrance.
We are limiting people coming into our facilities. Those that are permiited will undergo a symptom screening and temperature check, and will be required to wear a mask.
Lompoc Valley Medical Center and Lompoc Health facilities stringently follow cleaning protocols that provide a daily defense for infection control. Our staff are regularly cleaning waiting areas, patient rooms, and exam rooms in between visits, and hand sanitizer stations are located throughout our facilities.
Patients will undergo a symptoms screening and temperature check upon entry into each facility. Prior to a procedure, giving birth in our hospital, or an inpatient stay, patients will be tested for COVID-19.
If you are sick with COVID or suspect you are, you should take steps to help prevent the spread to people in your home and our community.
Is it safe to keep your appointment? Yes. Unless you are told otherwise, please keep all of your current appointments. Your physician may also recommend a Televisit conference for some routine appointments.
It's time to manage routine care. Don’t delay, as your health does not wait. Find the primary or specialty care you need, close to home or online.
We offer immediate care for urgent but not life-threatening conditions, injuries, and COVID-19 testing at our urgent care locations.
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Lompoc Valley Medical Center encourages you to stay informed. Please use the links below for additional information. The CDC updates its website regularly as more information becomes available.
We are here to listen, understand and work with you to help you find a personalized solution to your specific situation.