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Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center has been serving the Thousand Oaks community since 1968, though the hospital underwent a recent large expansion in 2007 to meet the growing needs of Ventura County residents. With a staff of more than 600 board certified physicians across a number of specialties including obstetrics, oncology, neonatology, and surgery, our hospital is a full-service community medical center serving as a resource for patients of all ages and backgrounds.
Driving to Our Hospital
From the west, take the US 101 S to exit 45 for Lynn Road. Use any lane to turn left onto Lynn Rd, and continue to W Janss Rd. Turn right onto Janss Rd, and you will see us on the left in one quarter mile.
From the east, take I-405 to the US-101 N toward Ventura. Continue on the 101 to exit 43 A for CA-23 N. Continue onto CA-23 N, and take exit 14 for Janss Rd. Use any lane to turn left onto E Janss Rd, and you will see us on the right.
Thousand Oaks is a city located in Ventura County in the northwestern greater Los Angeles Area. It was originally founded in the mid-1950s as a master planned city created by the Janss Investment Company. There are about 128,000 residents in Thousand Oaks, many of whom commute to other areas of Los Angeles.
The city has been named as the fourth safest with a population over 100,000 in the United States, and it is bordered by the Santa Monica Mountains, Palo Comado Canyons, and Wildwood Regional Park. There is a diverse economy within Thousand Oaks representing the biotechnology, automotive, aerospace, telecommunications, and healthcare industries. Los Robles Hospital is the fourth largest employer in the city.
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