Panorama City
Kaiser Permanente
Medical Center

Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Hospital

13651 Willard Street
Panorama City, CA 91402

Phone: 818-375-2000

 

 

 

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New Panorama City Hospital Opened March 25!

On March 25, 2008, Kaiser Permanente reaffirmed its commitment to the community with the opening of the new Panorama City Hospital. The design of our spacious new 400,000-square-foot hospital is patient-focused, and combines technology, expertise and compassion, bringing industry-leading quality and service to more than 300,000 Kaiser Permanente members in the greater San Fernando Valley. The new facility replaces our original Panorama City Hospital opened in 1962.

Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Hospital

13651 Willard Street
Panorama City, CA 91402
Phone: 818-375-2000

Directions
Located two blocks south of Roscoe Boulevard, on Willard Street between Woodman Avenue and Ventura Canyon Avenue. The hospital is on the northeast corner of Willard Street and Woodman Avenue.

From the 405 Freeway north
Exit Roscoe Boulevard, turn right. Take Roscoe Boulevard to Woodman Avenue and turn right. Turn left on Willard Street.

From the 405 Freeway south
Exit Roscoe Boulevard, turn left. Take Roscoe Boulevard to Woodman Avenue and turn right. Turn left on Willard Street.

From the 170 Freeway north
Take Roscoe Boulevard west exit. Take Roscoe Boulevard to Woodman Avenue and turn left. Then turn left on Willard Street.

From the 170 Freeway south
Take the Roscoe Boulevard exit. Turn right onto Roscoe Boulevard and turn left on Woodman Avenue, then left on Willard Street.

From the 5 Freeway
Exit Tuxford Street west. Tuxford Street becomes Roscoe Boulevard. Continue on Roscoe Boulevard to Woodman Avenue. Turn left on Woodman Avenue, and then left on Willard Street.

From the 210 Freeway west toward San Fernando
Take the Sunland Boulevard exit. Turn left onto Sunland Boulevard, then right onto Tuxford Street, which becomes Roscoe Boulevard, and continue on Roscoe Boulevard to Woodman Avenue. Turn left on Woodman Avenue, and then left on Willard Street.