Emergency

Emergency Care at Providence Tarzana Medical Center provides fast, effective, professional emergency services, for every member of your family, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

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Get in, get out, get well

As the demand for emergency services continues to rise, Providence Tarzana has established a “Rapid Medical Evaluation (RME)” area to increase access to care. 

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ICE

ICE your Phone for Emergencies

In case of emergency (ICE) is a program that enables first responders such as paramedics, firefighters and police officers, as well as hospital personnel, to contact the next of kin of the owner of the mobile phone. 

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Patient Testimonial

Ike Manaster’s wife and daughter were sick with colds and he was miserable with a sinus infection. 

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  • When to Use the Emergency Room During Flu Season

    Before you set out for the nearest hospital emergency department (ED), think twice about whether that’s the best place to obtain care. In this era of high health care costs, professionals are urging patients with non-emergency illnesses to seek help at an urgent care center or their physician’s office.

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  • 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
  • Hypothermia Treatment for Heart Attack Patients

    Less than two weeks after instituting new therapeutic hypothermia treatment for heart attack patients, Providence Tarzana Medical Center has applied the body-cooling treatment in three cases – and each patient showed remarkable neurologic recovery. Read more
  • When to Use the Emergency Room During Flu Season

    Before you set out for the nearest hospital emergency department (ED), think twice about whether that’s the best place to obtain care. In this era of high health care costs, professionals are urging patients with non-emergency illnesses to seek help at an urgent care center or their physician’s office.

    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
  • Hypothermia Treatment for Heart Attack Patients

    Less than two weeks after instituting new therapeutic hypothermia treatment for heart attack patients, Providence Tarzana Medical Center has applied the body-cooling treatment in three cases – and each patient showed remarkable neurologic recovery. Read more