• Hands Can Do Incredible Things

    Learning the simple steps involved in hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can save the life of someone experiencing a medical emergency.  In this video , you can learn more about what your hands and quick action can do for someone in need.

    If you or a loved one is ever a victim of an emergency illness or injury, make Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Emergency Medicine and Trauma II Center be a part of your emergency medical plan.  We provide quality emergency care for our community of Thousand Oaks, California 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Learn more about us by contacting us at (805) 497-2727.

  • Hands Can Do Incredible Things

    Learning the simple steps involved in hands-only cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can save the life of someone experiencing a medical emergency.  In this video , you can learn more about what your hands and quick action can do for someone in need.

    If you or a loved one is ever a victim of an emergency illness or injury, make Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Emergency Medicine and Trauma II Center be a part of your emergency medical plan.  We provide quality emergency care for our community of Thousand Oaks, California 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Learn more about us by contacting us at (805) 497-2727.

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  • Happy Holidays from Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center!

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  • Common Reasons for Emergency Room Visits

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    When you are feeling miserable from illness or are experiencing pain, it is understandable to want relief as soon as possible. For these urgent situations, a hospital emergency care center may be the fastest way for you to find treatment. Read on to learn some of the most common reasons that people seek emergency medical care:

    • Symptoms of a heart attack
      Those experiencing chest pain (angina), nausea, shortness of breath, and feelings of impending doom (anxiety) frequently visit the emergency room, as these are signs of an impending heart attack.  Also called a myocardial infarction, heart attacks can be life-threatening and require immediate treatment.
    • Symptoms of a stroke
      Patients who experience stroke symptoms , such as the sudden onset of the ‘worst headache of their lives’, loss of vision in one or both eyes, trouble speaking or understanding what is said to them, loss of coordination, or numbness on one side of the body, often visit the emergency room for lifesaving diagnostics and treatment.
    • Head trauma
      Those who have sustained injuries to the head and neck will frequently visit the ER to diagnose and treat any issues that occur as a result of the injury.
    • Severe bleeding
      Patients with serious wounds or lacerations that continue to bleed even with applied pressure commonly seek treatment at the ER.
    • Accidental poisoning
      Poison victims and those that are exposed to toxic amounts of alcohol and drugs also seek emergency care.
    • Intense gastrointestinal distress
      People experiencing severe abdominal pain frequently visit the ER, as intense pain in this area can be a sign of serious medical conditions.

    Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center has been providing emergency medical care to the community of Thousand Oaks, California for over forty years. Our experienced emergency healthcare providers pride themselves on the rapid delivery of high-quality care. If you have questions about our ER or Trauma Center , give us a call at (805) 497-2727 or contact us online .

  • Common Reasons for Emergency Room Visits

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    When you are feeling miserable from illness or are experiencing pain, it is understandable to want relief as soon as possible. For these urgent situations, a hospital emergency care center may be the fastest way for you to find treatment. Read on to learn some of the most common reasons that people seek emergency medical care:

    • Symptoms of a heart attack
      Those experiencing chest pain (angina), nausea, shortness of breath, and feelings of impending doom (anxiety) frequently visit the emergency room, as these are signs of an impending heart attack.  Also called a myocardial infarction, heart attacks can be life-threatening and require immediate treatment.
    • Symptoms of a stroke
      Patients who experience stroke symptoms , such as the sudden onset of the ‘worst headache of their lives’, loss of vision in one or both eyes, trouble speaking or understanding what is said to them, loss of coordination, or numbness on one side of the body, often visit the emergency room for lifesaving diagnostics and treatment.
    • Head trauma
      Those who have sustained injuries to the head and neck will frequently visit the ER to diagnose and treat any issues that occur as a result of the injury.
    • Severe bleeding
      Patients with serious wounds or lacerations that continue to bleed even with applied pressure commonly seek treatment at the ER.
    • Accidental poisoning
      Poison victims and those that are exposed to toxic amounts of alcohol and drugs also seek emergency care.
    • Intense gastrointestinal distress
      People experiencing severe abdominal pain frequently visit the ER, as intense pain in this area can be a sign of serious medical conditions.

    Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center has been providing emergency medical care to the community of Thousand Oaks, California for over forty years. Our experienced emergency healthcare providers pride themselves on the rapid delivery of high-quality care. If you have questions about our ER or Trauma Center , give us a call at (805) 497-2727 or contact us online .

  • Learn More About Our Recent Blog Topics!

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    Are you at risk for a heart attack? What makes a Level II trauma center different from a normal emergency room? If you are interested in more information on heart attack prevention, Level II trauma centers, or how emergency rooms are reducing wait times, then check out some of these great resources.

    • Learn more about heart disease and the surgical procedures used to help patients with this link from the Los Robles Hospital health content page.
    • What surgical procedures do heart hospitals and cardiology hospitals perform to help prevent heart attacks? Learn more with this link from heart.org .
    • Check out this link from texterhelp.com for more information on how you can gain access to Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s emergency room wait times.
    • Learn the symptoms of a stroke at stroke.org.
    • This link from heartandstroke.com discusses the risk factors associated with heart disease.
    • Find out how you can reduce the risk of a heart attack with this health content article from Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center.
    • What constitutes a trauma center? Find out with this overview from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    • Learn more about the causes and symptoms of trauma with this health content article from Los Robles Hospital.
    • Visit this link from familydoctor.org for more information on traumatic brain injuries.
    • Check out this article from the National Safety Council for more information on what you can do to keep you and your family safe in your home.

    For more information about Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center and our services, give us a call at (805) 497-2727 today.

  • Learn More About Our Recent Blog Topics!

    Magnifying glass

    Are you at risk for a heart attack? What makes a Level II trauma center different from a normal emergency room? If you are interested in more information on heart attack prevention, Level II trauma centers, or how emergency rooms are reducing wait times, then check out some of these great resources.

    • Learn more about heart disease and the surgical procedures used to help patients with this link from the Los Robles Hospital health content page.
    • What surgical procedures do heart hospitals and cardiology hospitals perform to help prevent heart attacks? Learn more with this link from heart.org .
    • Check out this link from texterhelp.com for more information on how you can gain access to Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s emergency room wait times.
    • Learn the symptoms of a stroke at stroke.org.
    • This link from heartandstroke.com discusses the risk factors associated with heart disease.
    • Find out how you can reduce the risk of a heart attack with this health content article from Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center.
    • What constitutes a trauma center? Find out with this overview from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
    • Learn more about the causes and symptoms of trauma with this health content article from Los Robles Hospital.
    • Visit this link from familydoctor.org for more information on traumatic brain injuries.
    • Check out this article from the National Safety Council for more information on what you can do to keep you and your family safe in your home.

    For more information about Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center and our services, give us a call at (805) 497-2727 today.

  • Los Robles Hospital First in Ventura County to Use New Tool in Fight Against Cancer

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  • Los Robles Hospital First in Ventura County to Use New Tool in Fight Against Cancer

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