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Lompoc Valley Medical Center's excellence is rooted in the skill and experience of our care providers. Learn more about how we work together to give Lompoc exceptional healthcare.

Remote Access

Users who wish to access Lompoc Valley Medical Center (LVMC) hosted patient health information while offsite may make use of our LVMC Connect or our LVMC "Clinician Portal" depending on need and access level.

Access will be granted once all of the forms (available below) are filled out, signed, and returned by the appropriate parties.

Fill out these forms:
Return completed forms to:

Information Systems
Fax: (805) 737-5770
Phone: (805) 737-5751


If an account remains inactive for more than 90 days, it will be deactivated. In order to restore access, the user must contact the Information Systems department to request re-activation.

Multi-Factor Authentication

As part of our ongoing commitment to safeguarding the privacy and security of our patients and ensuring the integrity of Lompoc Valley Medical Center (LVMC) systems, we are performing an essential upgrade to our remote desktop system. Starting April 17th, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will be required for all users accessing LVMC VMware Horizon remotely.

Find Which Radiology Exam to Order

LVMC's Diagnostic Imaging department has created the following guide to help staff order the appropriate exam.

Instructions on How to Filter by Symptoms/Concerns:

  1. Open to the spreadsheet and the bottom called "Exam to Order".
  2. Go on the tabs along the bottom.
  3. Click on which modality you want to use (MRI, CT, Ultrasound & Mammogram, or All).

Exam to Order.xlsx

ICD-10 Resources

CA Breast Density Law

California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB1538 requiring health facilities performing mammography examinations, such as Lompoc Valley Medical Center, that identify patients having heterogeneously dense breasts or extremely dense breasts, based on the Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System established by the American College of Radiology, to include such existence of heterogeneously dense breasts in the summary of the written report that is sent to the patient.

The State of California Legislature has recently passed but not funded a law mandating that radiologists must report to the patient her breast density in the patient lay letter and that increased density could increase the patients risk for breast Cancer. To find out more click the link below:

Santa Barbara Breast Care Alliance Letter about Breast Density.