Lompoc Valley Medical Center
Lompoc is a city in Santa Barbara County, California. Its name has origins in the Chumashan term, “Lum Poc”, meaning “lagoon,” but has since become known as California’s “Valley of the Flowers.” While the community has its origins in the Temperance movement of the late 19th century, Lompoc Valley has since become a famous home to award-winning wines, outdoor recreational activities, a vibrant art scene, and one of the largest national air force bases. In Lompoc, there is a lot to see and do!
Lompoc Valley Medical Center, formerly known as Lompoc Healthcare District, was the first operating Healthcare District hospital established in California. Since opening its doors in 1946, the hospital, in collaboration with physicians and caregivers, has been committed to providing safe, high quality, compassionate, and patient-centered services to its community. They’ve been recognized as a leader in a coordinated healthcare delivery system through the provision of superior quality services in a healing environment. Lompoc Valley Medical Center serves numerous communities in Santa Barbara County, including but not limited to Lompoc, Mission Hills, Mesa Oaks, Vandenberg Village, and the area east toward Buellton.
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