COVID news and insights from SoCal
Visitor Restrictions Policy
As a safety precaution to prevent the risk of spreading COVID-19, we have instituted visitor restrictions in accordance with recommendations from the CDC
Watch Video: Staying safe during surgery
Surgeon Dr. Bob Yin speaks to the safety precautions our hospitals have in place for surgical procedures in place to protect patients from coronavirus exposure.
Watch video: Where to go when you need health care
Primary care physician Dr. John Cheng speaks to the benefits and convenience of telehealth visits with your physician.
Watch video: Don’t postpone emergency care during the COVID-19 crisis
Emergency physician Dr. Daniel Starr speaks to safety precautions our hospitals are taking to ensure patient safety and what he wants you to know about delaying medically necessary care.
Watch Video: For our maternity patients
Obstetrician Dr. Hannah Newburg answers questions regarding safety precautions we’re taking to keep maternity patients safe.
Providence partners with providers across SoCal for community health
Providence has partnered up with five other health care systems with a mission to encourage community members to put health first and access care when needed
Expanded access to convalescent plasma for treating COVID patients
Responding to the unprecedented challenge fighting coronavirus, the U.S. Government supports expanding treatment to collect convalescent plasma.
Testing for COVID-19
Testing for COVID-19 should be done only if a licensed healthcare provider determines it is necessary and based on symptoms and patient history.
Protecting our patients and employees
We are committed to keeping our patients, our staff and our community healthy. To meet this challenge we have created layers of protection for everyone in our hospitals.
Learn how to keep yourself and your family healthy.
Help fight against COVID
Your support enables our health care teams to respond quickly to urgent and emerging needs during this critical time.
Critical Blood Shortage
Blood donation is considered an essential need and is allowed during the current shelter-in-place directive. You can help!