• Hear Dr. Gilbert Simoni Speak at the Esophageal Cancer Action Network’s “Heartburn Can Cause Cancer” Lecture!

    Congratulations Dr. Gilbert Simoni on your 70th TIF (Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication) procedure at Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center! We are grateful for your commitment and service to our Hospital.

    For a chance to hear Dr. Gilbert Simoni speak make sure to attend the Esophageal Cancer Action Network’s Heartburn can cause Cancer lecture. The lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Agoura Hills Library.

    Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month

  • Hear Dr. Gilbert Simoni Speak at the Esophageal Cancer Action Network’s “Heartburn Can Cause Cancer” Lecture!

    Congratulations Dr. Gilbert Simoni on your 70th TIF (Transoral Incisionless Fundoplication) procedure at Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center! We are grateful for your commitment and service to our Hospital.

    For a chance to hear Dr. Gilbert Simoni speak make sure to attend the Esophageal Cancer Action Network’s Heartburn can cause Cancer lecture. The lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Agoura Hills Library.

    Esophageal Cancer Awareness Month

  • Why People Visit Emergency Rooms [INFOGRAPHIC]

    LosRoblesHospital-Infographic

    Emergency rooms are an integral part of America’s healthcare system. Millions of Americans visit ERs every year to get urgent medical attention for distressing symptoms. Just how are Americans using emergency rooms? Los Robles Hospital put together this infographic that explains the most common symptoms among emergency room patients. It offers interesting insight into the various situations emergency rooms must be equipped to face and shows how Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center is improving patient care. Please share this information with your family and friends to remind them of the symptoms they shouldn’t ignore. 

  • Celebrating National Healthcare Volunteer Week

    Mature couple smiling

    Every day, individuals across the country reach out to lend a hand in the healthcare community so that patient care and engagement are improved in the nation’s hospitals. These volunteers are recognized during National Healthcare Volunteer Week, which is taking place from April 21 to April 27 this year.

    During National Healthcare Volunteer Week, you can show your support to the dedicated individuals volunteering in the Thousand Oaks community by purchasing an official logo from the Association for Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals. These logos can be customized and printed on a variety of specialty items that will help you recognize the efforts of hardworking healthcare volunteers.

    Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center is proud to give thanks to our healthcare volunteers as they are recognized for their contributions to patient care. If you want to learn about volunteer opportunities at Los Robles Hospital , contact us today by visiting our website .

  • Why People Visit Emergency Rooms [INFOGRAPHIC]

    LosRoblesHospital-Infographic

    Emergency rooms are an integral part of America’s healthcare system. Millions of Americans visit ERs every year to get urgent medical attention for distressing symptoms. Just how are Americans using emergency rooms? Los Robles Hospital put together this infographic that explains the most common symptoms among emergency room patients. It offers interesting insight into the various situations emergency rooms must be equipped to face and shows how Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center is improving patient care. Please share this information with your family and friends to remind them of the symptoms they shouldn’t ignore. 

  • Celebrating National Healthcare Volunteer Week

    Mature couple smiling

    Every day, individuals across the country reach out to lend a hand in the healthcare community so that patient care and engagement are improved in the nation’s hospitals. These volunteers are recognized during National Healthcare Volunteer Week, which is taking place from April 21 to April 27 this year.

    During National Healthcare Volunteer Week, you can show your support to the dedicated individuals volunteering in the Thousand Oaks community by purchasing an official logo from the Association for Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals. These logos can be customized and printed on a variety of specialty items that will help you recognize the efforts of hardworking healthcare volunteers.

    Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center is proud to give thanks to our healthcare volunteers as they are recognized for their contributions to patient care. If you want to learn about volunteer opportunities at Los Robles Hospital , contact us today by visiting our website .

  • Cataracts: Signs, Symptoms, Treatments, Prevention

    April 25th Health Chat

    Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in people over age 40 and is the principal cause of blindness in the world. Join Dr. Khanna as he discusses the signs, symptoms, prevention and latest treatments for cataracts at The Oaks Shopping Center on Thursday, April 25th from 9-10 AM.

    Join us for “Health Chats”, a free community health seminar, every third & fourth Thursday of the month at the Oaks Mall. Enter the Mall on the southwest side near Nordstrom’s Department Store.

  • Cataracts: Signs, Symptoms, Treatments, Prevention

    April 25th Health Chat

    Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in people over age 40 and is the principal cause of blindness in the world. Join Dr. Khanna as he discusses the signs, symptoms, prevention and latest treatments for cataracts at The Oaks Shopping Center on Thursday, April 25th from 9-10 AM.

    Join us for “Health Chats”, a free community health seminar, every third & fourth Thursday of the month at the Oaks Mall. Enter the Mall on the southwest side near Nordstrom’s Department Store.

  • Join Speech Pathologists Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., at “Chemo Brain” on April 24!

    Chemo Brain

    Chemo brain can cause many symptoms among cancer survivors which include: memory lapses, slow thinking and difficulty focusing.  While some may experience “Chemo Brain” more often than others, it is important to get the facts in order to cope with this cognitive impairment.

    Join Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Speech Pathologists, Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., as they speak on the latest developments and treatment options that are available for “Chemo Brain.”

    The event is sponsored by Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Lymphedema Support Group which is led by Catherine Hines, P.T., C.L.T. and Charlene Anderson P.T., C.L.T. All cancer survivors, their loved ones and caretakers are invited to attend.  The event will be held on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the cafeteria at Los Robles Hospital’s East Campus, 150 Via Merida, Westlake Village.

    To make a reservation or obtain additional information regarding the program, please contact Charlene Anderson, PT, CLT at the Los Robles Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Department at (805) 370-4541.

  • Join Speech Pathologists Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., at “Chemo Brain” on April 24!

    Chemo Brain

    Chemo brain can cause many symptoms among cancer survivors which include: memory lapses, slow thinking and difficulty focusing.  While some may experience “Chemo Brain” more often than others, it is important to get the facts in order to cope with this cognitive impairment.

    Join Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Speech Pathologists, Carole Superfine M.A., C.C.C. and Jeanette Nagai M.A., C.C.C., as they speak on the latest developments and treatment options that are available for “Chemo Brain.”

    The event is sponsored by Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s Lymphedema Support Group which is led by Catherine Hines, P.T., C.L.T. and Charlene Anderson P.T., C.L.T. All cancer survivors, their loved ones and caretakers are invited to attend.  The event will be held on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the cafeteria at Los Robles Hospital’s East Campus, 150 Via Merida, Westlake Village.

    To make a reservation or obtain additional information regarding the program, please contact Charlene Anderson, PT, CLT at the Los Robles Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Department at (805) 370-4541.

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