Barlow Outcomes Book 2018

BARLOWOUTCOMES BOOK 2018 24 BARLOWOUTCOMES BOOK 2018 25 ONE TEAM ONE GOAL – BEST OUTCOMES Barlow Respiratory Hospital is committed to providing the highest quality post-acute intensive care for chronically critically ill and medically complex patients. We serve Los Angeles County with award-winning expertise from three convenient locations that allow patients and families the comfort of access to their home community. Barlow Respiratory Hospital has three locations in Los Angeles County. • Our original, “main” facility, near downtown Los Angeles is an iconic site with a history of providing specialized care since 1902. • Our Whittier location, at PIH Health Hospital, serves patients in the San Gabriel Valley. • Our Van Nuys location, at Valley Presbyterian Hospital, serves patients in the San Fernando Valley. We are grateful for the trust that referring physicians, patients, and family members place in Barlow Respiratory Hospital. BARLOW RESPIRATORY HOSPITAL MAIN CAMPUS IN LOS ANGELES 2000 Stadium Way Los Angeles, CA 90026 BARLOW RESPIRATORY HOSPITAL AT VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL 15107 Vanowen St. Van Nuys, CA 91405 BARLOW RESPIRATORY HOSPITAL AT PIH HEALTH HOSPITAL WHITTIER 12401 E. Washington Blvd. Whittier, CA 90602 The Master Plan to ReBuild Barlow Respiratory Hospital is a multi-phased plan that begins with a required seismic retrofit and culminates in an expanded, state-of-the-art hospital. The project begins with the retrofit of Barlow’s historic hospital building on the main campus in Los Angeles. This will uphold the hospital’s longstanding commitment to protect the historic 1927 hospital building while ensuring uninterrupted exceptional patient care. The plan to ReBuild Barlow creates a completely new higher-capacity modern hospital from the inside out, constructed entirely within the walls of the existing hospital building. This enables Barlow to provide care in our current building while construction of the new hospital moves forward in an adjoining space. This will significantly expand services on our Los Angeles campus – for a much lower cost than building a new hospital from the ground up. This also builds upon our legacy and our promise to serve patients and families for generations. MASTER PLAN