During your Stay
At Lompoc Valley Medical Center (LVMC), we take great care to meet all of your needs–and exceed your expectations–during your stay. We also work to make sure your loved ones and visitors are looked after as part of your support team. These are many of the amenities and services available to you. And of course, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.
We want your stay with us to be as pleasant as possible, so we've designed our patient rooms and facilities to be home-like and soothing.
Our dual-occupancy patients rooms include:
- Bathrooms with showers
- Plenty of space for visitors
- Daybeds for overnight guests
- Ample storage
- HD television
- Large windows
- Soothing colors and artwork
- Free WiFi
- Laptop tables in many rooms
We have a Patient Entertainment system for all of our patient rooms. We are proud to provide this feature for your comfort. Simply have a friend bring in any portable DVD player and plug it into the Yellow, White, and Red jacks on the wall, our use an HDMI cable.
Televisions, High Definition and Music
Your patient room is equipped with a large format digital television. Many of the channels are in HIGH DEFINITION, including our local channels. Additionally, you will find several music channels that that may aid in your relaxation and recovery. If you are in CCU and LDRP rooms we have provided a MP3 jack for music in the room. Simply plug your player in the GOLD wall jack provided. We have limited the volume to keep the environment comfortable for all of our patients.
Plug in the cable.
- Start the video.
- Select TV channel 44, 45, 46, or 47.
Lompoc Valley Medical Center is happy to lend cables. A driver’s license is required when checking out a cable. Please talk to your aide or nurse.
Hospitalists are physicians who care for patients while they are in the hospital.
Because the hospitalists are available 24/7, they are right there to order tests and receive the results, coordinate with specialists and make treatment decisions. They are also available to their patients at any time, eliminating the need to wait for a visit during morning or evening rounds.
The hospitalists keep the patient's primary care provider informed of the patient's condition, and provide a care plan for discharge that include any necessary follow-up care, home care, therapy or assistance from social services.