Board of Directors
Lompoc Valley Medical Center (LVMC) is a California healthcare district formed pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 32000 et. seq. LVMC is governed by a Board of Directors composed of five publicly elected or appointed representatives. As a group, these representatives oversee the assets and operations of Lompoc Valley Medical Center.
As of December 11, 2018, the LVMC board members are as follows:
Term of Service
LVMC Board members are publicly elected to four-year terms. Elections are held in the General Election of even-numbered years. In 2020, there will be 2 seats open for election. Board members may also be appointed by the LVMC Board if a Board vacancy occurs between election cycles. There is no limit on the number of terms an LVMC Board member may serve. However, the term of any member of the board of directors shall expire if he or she is absent from three consecutive regular meetings, or from three of any five consecutive meetings of the board and the board by resolution declares that a vacancy exists on the board.
LVMC Board members must be registered voters who reside within the Lompoc Healthcare District boundaries.
Board Election Information
Election information is available from the official site of the County of Santa Barbara Clerk-Recorder, Assessor and Elections Department. Their website contains information about voter registration, election dates and necessary forms for all Santa Barbara County offices, including Lompoc Valley Medical Center board positions.
Candidate filing information is available here https://countyofsb.org/care/elections/candidate/filing.sbc
Lompoc Valley Medical Center does not endorse, either expressly or implied, any candidate for public office.
Most of the sessions of the board of directors, whether regular or special, are open to the public. Public notices of the time, place and agenda of each meeting can be found here: LVMC Board Agendas.