Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
When the unexpected intercedes and a traumatic event occurs, Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is there to answer the call – any time, day or night. No matter what walk of life, background, credo, gender or ethnicity, every patient will be treated with the highest level of compassion and with elite, evidence-based trauma and acute care.
PVHMC has eight trauma surgeons who are double board-certiﬁed in general surgery and surgical critical care. They’re supported by elite orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and 24-hour in-house anesthesia coverage.
As a Trauma Center, PVHMC also has:
• Trauma Intensive Care Unit
• Immediately available operating rooms
• Staffed and available CT scanners
• Trauma-trained nurses and technicians
• Surgical critical care capabilities
• Around-the-clock Blood Bank operations
• Helipad for aerial transports
Paramedic Base Station
PVHMC is one of two Paramedic Base Stations in Los Angeles County who work to help coordinate the emergency caregivers in the community (Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians, and fire personnel.) The Base Station is staffed by specially trained Mobile Intensive Care Nurses (MICN) who work via closed circuit radio to coordinate care in the field (community) and to better prepare the ED staff for the imminent arrival of a critically ill or injured patient. This service is provided to the communities of Pomona, Claremont, La Verne, San Dimas, Diamond Bar and Walnut.
Disaster Resource Center (DRC)
As the DRC for the region, PVHMC is responsible for helping to coordinate eight to ten hospitals in the event of a regional disaster or a disaster that involves more than one hospital. PVHMC has coordinated multiple drills and training sessions and the sharing of plans to bring together the community and our resources for disaster preparedness. PVHMC is one of 13 designated DRCs in Los Angeles County and is also a part of the National BioTerrorism Hospital Preparedness Program (NBHPP).
1798 N. Garey Avenue
Pomona, California, 91767
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