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Crisis Care Guidelines

Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC) has been providing our community with safe, high-quality patient and family-centric care for more than 118 years. We are grateful for the trust you have put in PVHMC for all your healthcare needs. Our commitment to provide our patients with a dedicated, expert team of Physicians, Nurses and other Associates is unwavering.

As required by the California State Department of Public Health, PVHMC has Crisis Care Guidelines in place in the potential event that available resources can no longer meet the needs of the community. It is important to know that we have been working diligently every day to ensure that we do not have to initiate our Crisis Care Guidelines. Our leadership team is closely monitoring our Hospital resources in real-time.

To ensure that we can care for all who come through our doors, PVHMC has:

  • Expanded our Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Department capacity;
  • Brought in additional nurses and respiratory therapists;
  • Acquired additional pharmaceuticals, ventilators and other equipment; and
  • Sourced sufficient supplies of personal protective equipment.

Our Joint Commission accredited Palliative Care Team is also working with our Physicians, Associates, patients and their families to provide valuable support during this challenging time.

We are dedicated to providing the safe, high-quality care and service our community needs today and every day.

Please click here for a copy of our Crisis Care Guidelines.

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