We are in this together!
We are in this together! The mental health and physical well-being of our patients, staff, and community are our top priorities during this difficult time. As a frontline responder to COVID-19, Valley Community Healthcare is organizing all its resources and training our staff to be able to provide the medical care and emotional comfort needed by our underserved patient population, many of whom are also experiencing financial hardship due to the economic slowdown.
In the months to come, we will honor our promise to our patients to make their health and wellness our number one goal, supporting our dedicated clinical staff in their efforts to provide quality healthcare services to the most vulnerable among us.
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L.A. County Public Health Notices
Patient Care Information
To prevent the spread of the virus, all patients are being screened by Medical Assistants at the entrance to our North Hollywood and North Hills Centers. Non- urgent dental and optometry services have been temporarily suspended.
We’re in this together
and safer at home!
HEALTH ALERT | Chloroquine Phosphate
You can get care without leaving your home!
To make sure you are getting the care and attention you need, we are scheduling personal telephone visits with your provider.
Call 818-763-8836 for an appointment, and be sure to answer the phone when the provider calls.
Essential In-Person Visits
Face to face appointments are scheduled for these types of visits:
- Vaccines and well-child for babies and children 1 year and under
- Prenatal care & GYN
- Provider requested follow-up
Isolation or Quarantine?
You don’t need to be tested if you aren’t showing symptoms. Stay home and isolate yourself.
If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, place yourself in quarantine for 14 days.
Only people with all these symptoms — dry cough + fever + difficulty breathing — will be recommended for a COVID-19 test.
- Patients must make an appointment to be tested.
- While waiting for test results stay home and isolate yourself.
A Meaningful Way To Serve
Like other health care centers, we expect to need more resources in the coming weeks and months to be able to provide the care our patients need and deserve. And we believe that many of our friends and donors are looking for ways to help.
If you would like a meaningful way to serve our community at this time, please consider making a donation. We are on the front lines of this pandemic and will do everything we can to help those in need. Please donate now to help our efforts. Thank you.
The Safer at Home health order has been put in place and LA County Department of Public Health has provided an easy to follow guide for all Los Angeles residents to implement during this critical time.
For more information and frequently asked questions about the Safer at Home health order, visit the LA County Department of Public Health.