With all private rooms and advanced surgical and imaging services, Adventist Medical Center is designed to provide the best place for a physician to care for a patient. The private rooms provide a quiet, comfortable place for patients to rest, heal and talk with their physician. Each room features a 32-inch flat-screen television with GetWellNetwork, an interactive education and entertainment system that includes a keyboard and wireless Internet access.
Rapid Evaluation in Emergencies
Emergency patients have access to all of Hanford’s emergency care expertise and resources at one location, including 26 private rooms, a helipad, a team of specially trained physicians and nurses and expanded imaging, surgical and nursing resources.
Emergency physicians and staff at Adventist Medical Center have been specially trained in Rapid Medical Evaluation, a process designed by CEP America’s emergency physicians, which aims at providing fast, efficient care.
Emergency Department: 559-537-0550
Advanced Surgical & Imaging Services
The six large surgical suites, Cardiac Catheterization Lab and Gastrointestinal Lab feature advanced lighting, equipment and technology, providing surgeons the best environment for caring for their patients. Medical Imaging services include all new Toshiba CT, X-ray, ultrasound and fluoroscopy equipment to help physicians identify and meet their patients’ needs.
Surgical Services: 559-537-2490
Medical Imaging: 559-537-2280
Hanford Medical Pavilion
Next door in the Hanford Medical Pavilion, patients have access to outpatient services through Adventist Health’s Lab and Imaging Center.
The Lab and Imaging Center features Kings County’s first 64-slice CT scanner, which provides faster, more efficient imaging for patients and physicians. Other services include MRI, X-ray and fluoroscopy along with six lab draw stations.
Lab and Imaging Center:
Funds for Adventist Medical Center came through community gifts and local Adventist Health operations. The project differs from many major hospital construction projects in that no public taxes are required.
Obstetrics services are not provided at Adventist Medical Center. Central Valley General Hospital continues to provide obstetrics and clinic service. Obstetrics services are expanding to provide all private rooms for patients, and all rooms will be refurnished, remodeled and repainted. The Hanford Community building, renamed Adventist Health/Central Valley Network - Business Support Services, houses business and support services until leaders determine the best use for this important community resource. The Kerr Outpatient Center remains open for outpatient surgery services, physician offices and Adventist Health departments, but laboratory and women's imaging services have moved to the new Hanford Medical Pavilion adjacent to the new hospital.
Plans are also under way for a new Adventist Health / Family Birth Center to be built next to the new hospital.