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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Below the national average

Patient Experience

Below the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Same as the national average



Northridge Hospital Medical Center is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Los Angeles County, CA.

Northridge Hospital Medical Center does have an emergency room. They do not use electronic medical records.

Northridge Hospital Medical Center is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I love Northridge Hospital, I had my children there 13 years ago , and I just had surgery as an outpatient. The service and care was wonderful. I felt safe, and welcomed. I would definitely go back again if I need to. The staff were amazing! (2 weeks ago)

My experiences with Northridge hospital are mixed. On one side the two times i have been there...once for trauma surgery at the ER was excellent great expeditious service while at the ER and the treatment while hospitalized. The nursing staff amazing all the way around. Especially during my prolonged visit. During my second visit to the E R...once again excellent service by the overall medical staff. Upon arrival i only waited less than half hour to be seen by the doctor after triage. To be admited it took less than ten minutes. Whereas at ST Joseph's medical center i had a 4+ hour wait at the ER. For that reason i visited Northridge facilities. However, as far as securing my personal property. They have a lot to improve because personal belongings disappeared. I did a number of follow ups not only with security but Harry whom advised me that a full investigation would take place. Finally, four months later i received notice funnel down from a ten persons panel. Through one manager (Harry) advised that my property was not located and refused to replace and or reimburse. IF ANYONE HAS HAD PERSONAL PROPERTY LOST.. MISSING OR STOLEN...PLEASE CONTACT ME. for additional follow ups and coordination. (4 months ago)

Emergency Room had excellent caring staff and fully competent and personable doctors. The entire visit was quicker and also better than I expected. Quite a pleasant visit. There is however a major glitch with the ER Doctors billing service. When speaking with them they stated that they do not communicate with the er hospital. The could not and would not review updated billing information with the er hospital. They had a non caring tough luck attitude. The were just the opposite of the er staff and Dr's. Quite an UN REAL experience in dealing with them! (a month ago)

I had hip replacement surgery at this hospital, and the word I used to describe it is "clusterf**k". I waited for approximately 5 hours in the pre-op waiting area. The nurses there were lovely and cheerful, but one of them put my IV at the bend of my wrist, so flexing it and using it for support hurt, and the IV site bled constantly. After my surgery, I was in recovery until after 8pm; I was told they were "waiting for a room". Once I got to a room, it was small and cramped; my bed was against a wall, so the bed could only be accessed from 1 side. I hadn't eaten for nearly 24 hours, and when I asked for something to eat, they told me that all there was was vanilla pudding - which was so disgusting I couldn't eat it. The only available drinks were apple and cranberry juice, neither of which I can drink (for various reasons). The water carafes were heavy and awkward jugs that didn't keep water cold. The top of the pitcher wouldn't stay on, and when I tried to pour myself a cup of (room temp) water, I ended up spilling it more than once. The nurses all seemed to be wearing perfume; I thought that was a no-no. One of them wore a fragrance that came close to making me nauseous. I was in a lot of pain and unable to sleep; but when I did manage to doze off, someone would inevitably bustle into the room to poke me with a needle or take my blood pressure and ask me the same questions over and over again. Because of the pain meds, my mouth was extremely dry - and I was unable to eat more than a couple of bites of the breakfast and lunch they brought me. Bland, dry potatoes, dry vegetables, dry quinoa, dry fish - no butter or sauce to help make it easier to eat. They did manage to find me some yogurt and ginger ale, but the table was too high and too far from the bed, so I was mostly unable to reach anything, so I basically gave up. My room was apparently next door to the break room, and was constantly noisy all night, including assorted bangs and thumps. The nurses were reasonably attentive, but always seemed rushed and distracted. I wasn't bathed, nor was the under sheet changed. That sheet was always rucked up underneath me, and because I was only able to lie on my back, ended up being painful. All in all, my stay there was miserable, and not just because of the surgery. There was an additional layer of torment on top of the expected discomfort, which made me even more miserable. When I asked my surgeon why he had chosen this hospital (which is approximately a 30-45 minute drive from my house), he told me that it was the best. Yikes. (3 weeks ago)

They transferred my 5 yr old daughter from Palm Dale to Northridge medical center she had to get surgery for apendicitis and emidiatly they had her room ready the nurse was super nice and pelite and very helpful .all the staff did a wonderful job and the surgeon did the surgery in 1 hour exactly thank you Dr.samuel (a month ago)

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