We offer a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient services available at various locations across the Lompoc Valley.
All LVMC and Lompoc Health Services
Bariatric Surgery Surgical Weight-loss: Being overweight or obese are major risk factors for several chronic diseases, including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer. Birthing Center Labor, Delivery, Recovery and Postpartum; Childbirth Education Classes; Breastfeeding Support. Breastfeeding Support Support and guidance to breastfeeding mothers. The Support Group is facilitated by our certified lactation professionals. Bone Density Testing Bone densitometry is also known as dual-energy X-ray absorption, or DEXA for short. It is a painless test to help your healthcare provider diagnose bone disorders. Counseling Services One-on-one, couples, family and group counseling services for anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, stress reduction, assertiveness training, substance abuse and addiction recovery treatment, grief/loss issues and relationships. Emergency Department (ER) Initiating lifesaving procedures in all types of emergency situations 24 hours a day Family Caregiver Support Network A resource center for access to education, referrals and supportive services. Hematology Hematology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study of the cause, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases related to blood. Imaging and Radiology Services Diagnostic Imaging Services including: Mammography Exams; Ultrasound; XRAY and Fluoroscopy; Nuclear Medicine; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI); Computed Tomography (CT Scan). General Surgery Appendectomy; Gallbladder; Colon Resection / Colectomy; Hemorrhoidectomy; Postoperative Procedures; Colonoscopy; and Skin Lesions / Cysts. Laboratory Services We accept physician orders for a variety of blood and urine tests. Also equipped to provide testing for gestational glucose and Helicobacter pylori infection. Lompoc Lifeline Easy-to-use medical alert service designed to reduce the risk of living alone. Long-Term Care Medical resources usually found at a hospital but in a home-like setting. Nephrology Nephrologists care for kidney diseases, and kidney replacement therapy, also known as renal replacement, including dialysis and kidney transplant patients. Obstetrics and Gynecology Adolescent gynecology; Alternatives to hysterectomy; Contraception; Fertility and reproductive endocrinology; Pregnancy care; child birth. Occupational Medicine From employment physicals and screenings to injury and return to work care. Oncology The branch of medicine that researches, identifies and treats cancer. Orthopedic Services Hand, Wrist and Elbow; Spine and Scoliosis; Total Joint; Foot and Ankle; Orthopedic Trauma; and Workers’ Compensation. Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose, Throat) Treatment of diseases or illnesses related to the sinuses, larynx, nose, ears, mouth and throat (ent). Outpatient Dietitian Services Individual counseling sessions designed to meet your speciﬁc dietary needs. Meet your weight goals, develop a healthy relationship with food and improve your overall health. Outpatient Lactation Support Service One-on-one breastfeeding consultations between new mothers and Certified Lactation Consultants. Pediatrics Infant and child immunizations; advice of growth and behavior milestones; treat infections and injuries; suggest specialist referrals, and answer parental questions about health, nutrition, and child development. Physicial Therapy Treats muscle strength and endurance, balance, muscle tone, disturbances in walking, and painful conditions. Primary Care Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine Skilled Nursing and Post-Acute Rehabilitation If you longer need hospital care, but would benefit from additional therapy and care before returning home. Rehabilitation Services Physicial Therapy; Occupational Therapy; and Speech Therapy. Sleep Studies A sleep study involves the analysis of the body’s sleep patterns including activity of hear, lungs, brain and muscles, air flow, blood oxygen level. Speech Therapy Treats patients with many different speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders. Sports Medicine Ankle sprains; Fractures; Knee and shoulder injuries; Tendonitis; Exercise-induced asthma; Concussions; Eating disorders; Cartilage injuries. TeleVisits Our telehealth service allow you see your doctor from anywhere, from your phone or computer. Urgent Care Walk-in hours are available to treat a range of illnesses and injuries. Weight-loss Progrom Minimally invasive surgery guided or weight-loss medications to help you reduce your appetite and improve your metabolism. Wound Care Chronic wounds can be stubborn and debilitating, but many effective wound care methods are available.