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New Fall Lecture Series

The Lompoc Hospital Foundation's annual re-occuring Health Lecture Series is starting back up this fall with some very informative and helpful lecutres. On October 15, our very own Dr. Naishadh Buch, Pharm.D. will be presenting a lecure on pharmacistis increasing role in patient's healthcare. And on November 5th Donna Beal
 will be speaking about Alzheimer's and other related diseases.

Find out more about the Health Lecture Series

Operating Hours

  • Visiting Hours

    10:00 AM – 2:00 PM and
    4:00 PM – 8:00 PM daily.

  • Front Lobby

    5:00 AM – 8:00 PM daily.

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1515 East Ocean Avenue

Lompoc, CA 93436

The ER entrance is at the north end of the building, accessible from 7th street.

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Vibrant murals help make hospital less scary for kids.

Colorful murals are making hospitals on the Central Coast less scary for kids and some of your votes made it all possible.

You may remember, the local organization Child Life Connection won an on-line Pepsi Refresh contest last year.

The $10,000 grant was used to create children's murals at local hospitals.

Many of them are now complete, such as two that don the walls of the pediatric department at the new Marian Medical Center in Santa Maria.
"It's okay to try to have fun and take to your mind off of what you're experiencing and being able to focus on what a child normally focuses on..and that was our goal," said Belinda Hammond who founded Child Life Connections.
There are also murals completed at Lompoc Valley Medical Center and Arroyo Grande Community Hospital.

U.C.S.B. and Cal Poly students designed and painted the murals, turning blank walls into beautiful works of art to help kids escape from what can be a scary place.

"I wanted to create a landscape that kids could just stare off into and kind of forget where they are," said U.C.S.B. Art Major Ashley Goodman who designed one of the murals at Marian Medical Center.

It is of the familiar Santa Maria Valley landscape, complete with rolling hills, vineyards, cows and a vivid sunset, all painted with neutral colors that would be calming for kids.
This type of environment is medically proven to be beneficial.

"{Kids} need play, that's part of who they are and as we grow and develop we need to adjust to different environments and that's how we learn to cope," said Kerin Mase, Marian's Chief Operating Officer.

In hospitals with child-friendly environments, kids can be kids and, in turn, studies show they are more compliant and in some cases even discharged earlier.
There is still paint available and money left over from the grant for more murals to be completed.