Mission Community Hospital
Mission Community Hospital's psychiatric services were relocated to Panorama City from a San Fernando site, as part of a more extensive upgrade of all departments. Two new buildings joined two existing buildings to create the new Mission Community Hospital, providing residents in the northern San Fernando Valley a full-service community hospital with state-of-the-art equipment to serve a wide range of patient needs.
The Psychiatric Hospital, with 60 licensed beds, Admitting, and Administration occupy the new one-story structure adjacent and connected to the new two-story 60-bed replacement hospital. This facility, built above an underground central plant, houses the majority of the hospital's services includuing: Med Surg, ICU, Recovery, Respiratory Therapy, Central Sterilization, Pharmacy, Dietary, Support Services, and Psychiatric Services.
Remaining in the one-story existing renovated building are: the Surgery, Radiology, Emergency, and Clinical Laboratory Departments. The retrofit construction work on the facility conforms to the seismic safety standards of California State Senate Bill 1953.