Emergency Care

What is Emergency Room (ER) Care and when should you use it?

A visit to the ER is indicated if you are having sudden severe pain or a sudden onset of other symptoms that would cause an average person to feel that a delay in seeking medical help would be hazardous to your life or seriously harm your health, a body part or bodily function. Examples of emergency medical conditions include but are not limited to: chest pain or heart attack; stroke, weakness or numbness on one side; severe burns, bleeding, or pain; head injuries or loss of consciousness; difficulty breathing; possible poisoning; convulsions; or any life threatening or disabling condition.

SeaView IPA's primary admitting hospitals are listed below. While most of our specialists/surgeons have privileges at all three of these hospitals, the hospital used for your care may depend on which health plan you are in and/or the admitting physician, surgeon or specialist's primary affiliation and office location.

***Please note that all hospitals referenced on this website have an affiliation with SeaView IPA for inpatient care. However, such affiliation may not apply to all health plans.

Community Memorial Health System
147 North Brent Street
Ventura, CA 93003-2854
(805) 652-5011

St. John's Regional Medical Center
1600 North Rose Avenue
Oxnard, CA 93030
(805) 988-2500

St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital
2309 Antonio Avenue
Camarillo, CA 93010
(805) 389-5800

Santa Paula Hospital
825 N. 10th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
(805) 933-8600

Ojai Valley Community Hospital
1306 Maricopa Highway
Ojai, CA 93023
(805) 646-1401