Why Choose Adventist Health Simi Valley?

Why Choose SVH

From the time we opened in 1965, Adventist Health Simi Valley has shared in this community's most pivotal moments— through booms and busts, earthquakes and floods, life and death. In recent years, we've made some important changes that mean better care for your family.

Leading the Way to a Healthier Community. John Kellogg, an early advocate of wellness in America, worked with his brother to develop a healthier breakfast option, which eventually became Kellogg’s cornflakes. His work helped to launch the Adventist legacy of promoting health through lifestyle, and today those who adhere to Adventist health recommendations live, on average, 10.8 years longer.

We’re building on this legacy to find new ways to promote community wellness, and we are excited about the many ways we are partnering with you to make this happen. Together, we are going places.

$120-Million Campus Renovation. As a result of our community’s growth and expressed need for a broader range of medical services close to home, we launched an ambitious building program that has already brought new facilities, the latest technology, and new and expanded services—and will continue to do so well into the future.

Nancy Reagan Breast Center. Our center is designated as one of only two Breast Imaging Centers of Excellence in Ventura County. We are proud to say that women’s health is a high priority for us, which is why we offer a wide range of services to help women in our community live healthy lives right now.

New $41-Million Emergency Pavilion. Thanks to a generous donation from the Thakkar family, our new Emergency Department is now a state-of-the-art and more than double in size—enabling us to care for more patients.

Short ER Wait Times. We know that when people visit the ER, they expect—and deserve—a quick response. That’s why we make it a priority to get our patients the attention they need immediately.

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Stroke Center. We follow the best practices for stroke care, which can lead to better diagnosis, treatment and recovery. For this reason, the Joint Commission, the nation’s top health care accrediting body, has certified us as a primary stroke center.

Top Home Care Services. Our top-rated home care services are crucial to helping our patients experience a full recovery in the comfort of their own homes.

The Area's Only Non-Profit Hospital. We reinvest profits into the health of our community—rather than sending it to shareholders. This is our community, and we want to see it thrive, just like you do.​