Providence Tarzana Medical Center

For four decades, Providence Tarzana Medical Center has provided excellent, compassionate care to the San Fernando Valley community we serve.  In addition to heart, vascular, orthopedic, cancer and women’s services, Providence Tarzana is a designated Pediatric Medical Center, providing a high level of care for the smallest members of our community. Read more

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  • Stroke Survivor Seeks to Help Veterans and Others get Physical Therapy when Insurance Runs Out

    Stroke survivor Sean Entin has established the nonprofit, Move 2improve Foundation. They especially want to help wounded veterans who have fallen between the cracks and need continued rehab to rebuild their lives.

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  • Providence is helping change how cancer will be treated

    Providence and the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine recently announced a partnership to create the country’s first clinical network for whole genomic sequencing. Genomic medicine has the potential to reduce cancer treatment costs by making clinical decision-making more accurate and efficient. Learn more about genomic medicine by talking with your clinician. Read more
  • Experience Providence Cardiac Care - Ken's Story

    Meet Ken Brown, a 55-year old South Bay resident, whose life was saved due to the healing hands at Providence Health and Services . Ken had major blockages in all of his coronary arteries and needed to have a Coronary Artery Bypass Graft, and all of these findings were realized due to a routine heart screening. Ken had his surgery in 2012 and within six months he was out enjoying life again.

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  • Stroke Survivor Seeks to Help Veterans and Others get Physical Therapy when Insurance Runs Out

    Stroke survivor Sean Entin has established the nonprofit, Move 2improve Foundation. They especially want to help wounded veterans who have fallen between the cracks and need continued rehab to rebuild their lives.

    Read more
  • Providence is helping change how cancer will be treated

    Providence and the Chan Soon-Shiong Institute of Molecular Medicine recently announced a partnership to create the country’s first clinical network for whole genomic sequencing. Genomic medicine has the potential to reduce cancer treatment costs by making clinical decision-making more accurate and efficient. Learn more about genomic medicine by talking with your clinician. Read more
  • Experience Providence Cardiac Care - Ken's Story

    Meet Ken Brown, a 55-year old South Bay resident, whose life was saved due to the healing hands at Providence Health and Services . Ken had major blockages in all of his coronary arteries and needed to have a Coronary Artery Bypass Graft, and all of these findings were realized due to a routine heart screening. Ken had his surgery in 2012 and within six months he was out enjoying life again.

    Read more