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There are three Hospitals in the Santa Barbara Pastoral region: 
  • St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital, Camarillo
    The hospital is nestled near the foothills of Camarillo on Antonio Avenue. It was founded in 1974 by a group of community leaders who believed that a hospital was needed in their community. In addition to its 81 acute-care beds, St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital has a 99-bed extended care unit and the only hyperbaric medicine unit in West Ventura County. To contact St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital, call (805) 389-5800. Visit website.
  • St. John's Regional Medical Center, Oxnard
    The medical center was established in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy at the request of Rev. Laubacher. The hospital grew from a wooden structure with six rooms on ten acres of land to a regional medical center with 265 licensed beds, including a 23-bed acute rehabilitation center, on a 48-acre parcel in northeast Oxnard. To contact St. John's Regional Medical Center, call (805) 988-2500. Visit website.
  • Marian Medical Center, Santa Maria
    Marian's history began in 1940 when, in response to a call for health care services in the community of Santa Maria, the Sisters of St. Francis founded Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hospital. Today it is a 191-bed, state-of-the-art hospital offering advanced technologies and effective treatments for the health of patients young and old. To contact Marian Medical Center, call (805) 739-3000. Visit website.
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