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

The right care, when and where you need it.

If you have an annual health plan selection to make, choosing the right health care providers for you and your family has never been more important. We can help you understand your choices.

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Medicare Education

Understanding your Medicare plan options can give you peace of mind.
Come to a FREE Medicare informational meeting and learn about your choices.
ANNUAL ENROLLMENT IS OCT. 15 - DEC. 7, 2014.

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Having a baby

Attend one of our popular mother and baby classes.

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  • Our kids do not know what a normal weight is

    About one-third of U.S. children are overweight, and about 17 percent of those kids are obese. A key public health goal is to promote weight loss and healthy weight maintenance, and in recent years some studies show the obesity epidemic among children and teens is leveling off or even declining.
    Read more
  • Eat the Pumpkin for a Healthy Halloween

    The best reason to consume pumpkin is for its nutrients. Pumpkin is rich in vitamins A, C and E, riboflavin, potassium, copper and manganese. Of course, the nutrient beta-carotene gives pumpkin its vibrant orange color. Beta-carotene is 
    a powerful antioxidant and, like vitamin C, contributes to immune system health. Read more
  • Infectious disease protocols in place at Providence

    Providence Health & Services preparing its Ebola and infectious disease protocols by reviewing and increasing efforts to ensure high quality care and safety for our patients and caregivers (all employees). Out of an abundance of caution, we are increasing the use and practice of screening measures to identify potential cases of infectious disease. Read more
  • Our kids do not know what a normal weight is

    About one-third of U.S. children are overweight, and about 17 percent of those kids are obese. A key public health goal is to promote weight loss and healthy weight maintenance, and in recent years some studies show the obesity epidemic among children and teens is leveling off or even declining.
    Read more
  • Eat the Pumpkin for a Healthy Halloween

    The best reason to consume pumpkin is for its nutrients. Pumpkin is rich in vitamins A, C and E, riboflavin, potassium, copper and manganese. Of course, the nutrient beta-carotene gives pumpkin its vibrant orange color. Beta-carotene is 
    a powerful antioxidant and, like vitamin C, contributes to immune system health. Read more
  • Infectious disease protocols in place at Providence

    Providence Health & Services preparing its Ebola and infectious disease protocols by reviewing and increasing efforts to ensure high quality care and safety for our patients and caregivers (all employees). Out of an abundance of caution, we are increasing the use and practice of screening measures to identify potential cases of infectious disease. Read more