Protecting Our Communities

The safety of our patients, associates and physicians is our top priority. We have highly trained infection prevention practitioners who closely follow the guidelines of the CDC and the local public health department. Our hospitals manage infectious disease on a regular basis and maintain isolation rooms.

Adventist Health continues to be in close contact with federal, state and local agencies to ensure that our physicians, staff and patients receive the best possible care. We have many safety protocols in place including masking, enhanced cleaning practices and visitor restrictions. Starting August 11 in California, hospital visitors will be required to provide proof of vaccination before entry. Check your hospital site for additional visitor information.

If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of respiratory disease, we encourage you to call your primary care physician or clinic before arriving at the hospital. You can also access our symptom checker in the lower right corner of this webpage.

  • COVID-19 vaccine FAQs

    Read frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • COVID-19 safety precautions

    Learn how we're keeping patients, visitors and communities safe.

  • Virtual care

    Learn more about virtual visits, Adventist Health OnDemand and Hospital@Home.

  • Emergency services

    Our emergency rooms and urgent cares are open and ready to care for you. Emergencies happen—don’t delay your care.

  • Patient portal

    Use the MyAdventistHealth patient portal to access your personal health record 24/7.

  • Donate

    Give to your local hospital foundation or to our COVID-19 crisis response fund.