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Last Name First Name Specialty Degree Phone Address
Machin Tomas Anatomic & Pathology MD 737-3328 1515 East Ocean Ave
Ashnin Michael Anesthesiology MD 737-3164 PO Box 1422
Kwon Cedric Anesthesiology MD 736-3164 PO Box 1422
Gul Khawar Cardiology MD 737-7771 136 North Third Street #1
Taber Brian Family Medicine MD 736-1253 136 N. Third St.
Bosko Allan Family Medicine MD 737-8700 1225 North H St.
Li Lawrence Family Medicine MD 737-1169 425 W. Central Ave. #201
Lumsdaine Christopher Family Medicine MD 736-1253 136 N. Third St
Onishi Richard Family Medicine MD 737-8700 1225 North H St.
Sawyer John Family Medicine MD 740-9400. 1101 E. Ocean Ave., #B
Schlosser Carl Family Medicine MD 740-9400. 1101 E. Ocean Ave., #B
Ekstrum Dale Family Medicine MD 735-4292 217 W. Central Ave. #G
Ercolini-Bhatia Lisa Family Medicine MD 736-1253 136 North Third Street
Gausman William Family Medicine MD 737-3164 PO Box 1422
Gusland Cory Family Medicine MD 740-9400 1101 E. Ocean Ave., #B
Kim Sharon Family Medicine MD 737-8700 1225 Noth H Street
Raoufi Rahim Gastroenterology MD  740-6633 228 South D St., #B
Thiele William General Dentistry DDS 736-7714 719 E. Ocean Ave
Sinkaset Bandhit General Surgery MD 736-1253 136 N. Third St.
Pierce William General Surgery MD 735-4809 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #3
Davis Peter General Surgery MD 735-4809 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #3
Walker Donna Hematology MD 735-1155 1201 E. Ocean Ave. #B
Straits Cathy Internal Medicine MD 737-8700 1225 North H St
Andersen Gilbert Internal Medicine MD 735-3388 1025 E. Ocean Ave. # E
Bailey Rollin Internal Medicine MD 736-1253 136 N. Third St.
Burgess Daryl Internal Medicine DO 737-8700 1225 North H St.
Cavallero Adam Internal Medicine MD 737-8700 1225 North H St.   
Gregersen Howard Internal Medicine MD 737-6400 301 North R St.
Riemer Lawrence Internal Medicine MD 736-9477 601 E. Ocean Ave. #7
Ente Philip Neurology MD 735-7623 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #4A
Huss Rodney Obstetrics / Gynecology MD 735-6490 101 S. B St. #B
Jamison W. Blake Obstetrics / Gynecology MD 736-7537 101 S. B St.
Trujillo Lloyd Obstetrics / Gynecology MD 737-8624 1017 East Ocean Avenue #A
Bines Lawrence Obstetrics / Gynecology MD 737-6450 301 North R St.
Blaschke Donald Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery DDS 735-3665 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #9
Fry Robert Orthopedic Surgery MD 737-8750 1225 North H Street
Gill Michael Orthopedic Surgery MD 735-7621 1025 E. Ocean Ave #A
Lindberg Cameron Orthopedic Surgery MD 735-3434 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #1
Michel Randall Otolaryngology MD 736-1253 136 North Third Street
Weinstock Bernard Otolaryngology MD 733-4551 3839 Constellation Rd.
Williams James Pediatrics MD 737-6400 301 North R Street
Husayn Farooq Pediatrics MD 737-8760 1225 North H St.
Dembinski Karolina Pediatrics DO 737-1169 425 W. Central Ave., #201
Remington Katherine Pediatrics MD 737-8760 1225 North H Street
Bodnar Karen Pediatrics MD 736-1253 136 N Third St
Ramalingam Panangattur Pediatrics MD 737-6400 301 North R St.
Blifeld Cindy Pediatrics MD 736-4970 1111 E. Ocean Ave. #6
Sherieff Faridi Podiatry DPM 736-8818 509 E. Ocean Ave.
Sager Jeffery Pulmonology MD 898-8840 136 North Thrid St.
McAninch David Radiology MD 737-3375 1515 East Ocean Ave
Enoch Duard Radiology MD 735-3608 1515 East Ocean Ave
Trevino Robert Urology MD 737-8765 1017 East Ocean Avenue #B


The Ocean's Seven Café is located at the southwest end of the building. Breakfast lunch and dinner are served all week long. The Café opens at 7:00am and closes at 7:00pm. Snacks are available when meals are not being served. There are also vending machines available outside the Emergency Department waiting room. Vending machines are available 24 hours a day.

Lompoc Valley Medical Center's Dietary and Food Services department serves a balanced meal from a selective menu for most patients.

Hours of Operation

For the convenience of the Lompoc community, the Ocean's Seven Cafe is open 7 days a week, from 7:00am to 7:00pm.


Daily 7:00am - 9:30am


Daily 11:30am - 1:30pm


Daily 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Lunch Menu

Week One: April 13 – 17

Monday - Chicken Noodle Soup, Turkey/Hamburger Bar, Vegetarian Pesto Pasta

Tuesday - Italian Wedding Soup, Eggplant Parmesan, Chicken Breast Marsala

Wednesday - Manhattan Clam Chowder, Fresh Catch Of The Day, Chicken & Dumplings

Thursday - Tortilla Soup, Beef or Chicken Fajitas, Chili Verde

Friday - New England Clam Chowder, Fresh Catch Of The Day, Oscar’s Meatloaf

Week Two: April 20 – 24

Monday – French Onion Soup, Roast Turkey Breast, Roast Top Round of Beef

Tuesday - Creamy Tomato Soup, Grilled Reuben Sandwich, Roast Pork Loin

Wednesday -    Seafood Chowder, Fresh Fish Du Jour, Grilled Pattie Melt

Thursday - Vegetarian Three Bean Soup, Blackened Steak Sandwich with Chipotle Aioli, Seasonal Vegetable Pesto Pasta 

Friday - New England Clam Chowder, Fresh Fish Du Jour, B.B.Q. Beef Ribs

Specials are $6.50 and include soup or salad, entree with starch and vegetable and dessert. Besides our daily featured entrees, we also offer items from the grill; hamburgers, gardenburgers, burritos, onion rings, chicken strips, etc.... Also offered during lunch only, is our mouth watering Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad.

The Lompoc Valley Medical Center Gift Shoppe offers a variety of items for sale aimed to bring comfort to patients and visitors alike. Along with the popular flowers, cards, balloons and candy, jewelry, books, stuffed animals, shoppers will also find unexpected delights tuned to the seasons. As well as select artwork featured through out the hospital.

Shoppe Hours

  • Monday - Sunday: 11:00am to 02:00pm
  • Monday - Friday: 04:00pm to 06:00pm
  • Closed Holidays


The Gift Shop is located in the main lobby and is open during visiting hours and is operated by the Hospital Auxiliary.

What is 2009 H1N1 flu?

2009 H1N1 flu is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. Most people do not have immunity to this virus, so it spreads quickly.

People with the flu spread the virus through coughing or sneez- ing near others. Sometimes people may become infected by touching something with flu viruses on it and then touching their eyes, mouth, or nose.

Those currently at higher risk of serious flu-related complica- tions from 2009 H1N1 flu include children younger than five years old, pregnant women, people of any age with certain chronic medical conditions (such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease), adults and children who have a weak immune system, residents of nursing homes and other chronic-care facilities and persons aged 65 years or older. See for more information about high risk groups.

What are the signs and symptoms of 2009 H1N1 flu in people?

The symptoms of seasonal and 2009 H1N1 flu virus in people include fever or chills AND cough or sore throat. In addition, symptoms of flu can include runny nose, body aches, headache, tiredness, diarrhea, or vomiting. Like seasonal flu, 2009 H1N1 flu may cause a worsening of underlying chronic medical conditions.

In adults, emergency warning signs that need urgent medical attention include:

  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen
  • Sudden dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Severe or persistent vomiting
  • Flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough

In children, emergency warning signs that need urgent medical attention include:

  • Fast breathing or trouble breathing
  • Bluish or gray skin color
  • Not drinking enough fluids
  • Severe or persistent vomiting
  • Not waking up or not interacting
  • Being so irritable that the child does not want to be held
  • Flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough

Severe illness (pneumonia and respiratory failure) and deaths have been reported with 2009 H1N1 flu infection in some people.

How long should a person stay out of work if they have an influenza-like illness?

Workers who have symptoms of influenza-like illness (see above) should stay home and not come to work until at least 24 hours after their fever has resolved. You should plan now to allow and encourage sick workers to stay home.

When will it hit my community and how serious will it be?

The 2009 H1N1 flu influenza virus may affect different com- munities at different times and in different ways. The flu may make many more people sick then usual, or it may not. We will likely see a re-emergence or continued outbreak in communities as the regular 2009–2010 flu season begins this fall.

Why should small business owners plan for 2009 H1N1 flu?

Small businesses are especially susceptible to the negative economic impacts of a flu pandemic. An estimated 25 percent of businesses do not reopen following a major disaster, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Planning from the outset can help offset business losses, and protect your business and your employees when this flu hits. Benefits of planning are:

  • Minimize disruption to business activities
  • Protect employees’ health and safety
  • Limit the negative impact to the community,economy and society.

What steps should you be prepared to take when the H1N1 flu hits your community?

CDC recommends that sick people stay home and away from the workplace. The best way to slow the spread of the disease is to keep sick people away from well people, given that the 2009 H1N1 flu virus is a new virus and most people will not have prior immunity to protect them from acquiring infection. If sick people come to work, they may infect other workers, and this has the potential to lead to a high rate of absenteeism in the workplace.

Your business’s actions should be tied to the extent and severity in your local area. Choose someone to be responsible for flu issues at the workplace. They should contact the local heath department for guidance and monitor the level and severity of 2009 H1N1 flu illness in your business’ community and region, and sign up for e-mailed updates from

Where can I go for more resources?

Additional website links can be found on the last page of this guide. More resources can be found online at, a one-stop access to U.S. Government 2009 H1N1 flu, avian and pandemic flu information. Also go to for help on preparing a business continuity plan.

For patients who do not have insurance coverage, there are alternate funding and payment plan options offered by our hospital. Our hospital staff will work with you to identify the options available to you based on government and hospital rules and regulations.

The following is an overview of the financial assistance programs provided by our hospital.

Medical Eligibility Program (MEP)

The Medical Eligibility Program is a hospital service provided to you at no cost. You may qualify for government programs which pay for all or part of your hospital and medical expenses. If you are under 21 or over 65 years old, have children in the household, are pregnant, potentially disabled, or have been a Victim of Crime you may qualify. Our hospital Patient Advocates will assist you with the application process.

Government Programs Which You May Qualify For:

  • Medicaid/Medi-Cal
  • Temporary Assistance for needy Families
  • Social Security Disability
  • Supplemental Security Income
  • County Indigent
  • Victims of a Violent Crime Fund

You may obtain a Medi-Cal application online at

Charity Care Program-Financial Assistance

Charity care is available to patients who do not have the means to pay for hospital expenses and do not qualify for any government programs. You may qualify for hospital financial assistance if your household income is below 350% of the federal poverty limit or if your annual out of pocket medical costs exceeded 10% of your household income in the past twelve months. To be considered for this assistance program, you will be required to provide information on your household finances through a confidential Financial Application. Documentation will be requested to verify your circumstances in order to determine eligibility.

Uninsured Discount Program

Uninsured Patients are eligible for our Compact with Uninsured discounts. Our hospital Patient Advocates will assist you with understanding the rules of eligibility for the Uninsured Discount Program.

Privacy is an important issue at Lompoc Valley Medical Center. To help you understand your medical record, we have provided answers to many frequently asked questions. 

How can I get a copy of my records?

If an individual wants their records and they have a large sized chart there is a copy service that can be hired. There is a charge for anything over 10 pages. Those charges would be a flat fee of $9.75 plus $.25 per page. Requesting your own record or authorized to receive another patients record requires a visit to LVMC Health Information Department 805-737-3330, filing a form detailing the records you seek, and a valid signature.  LVMC will copy the requesters government issued identification for LVMC record.

Who has access to my medical records?

Access to all medical records are obtainable by any law enforcement agency: sheriff, coroner, FBI, local police departments, Child Protective Services (CPS), etc. in the role of their investigation. Doctors, doctor's offices and hospitals affiliated with your care request records and often require the consent of the patient.

What if I am unable to get my own records?

In case of an emergency the patient should have a durable power of attorney completed or on file with us. If the patient is not able to request their own records, their Durable Power or Attorney (DPOA) comes into effect and their agents request records. LVMC offers Advanced Directives free of charge.

Am I able to request my children's records?

Parents are authorized copies of children records when the child is under the age of 18.

Should I get a copy of my records if I move?

Not necessarily. With your consent, LVMC medical records are available to your new physician. For further information, please call our staff at 805-737-3330.