Patient Care Tower: Quick Facts

The Patient Care Tower is a four-story, 146,000 square-foot replacement bed facility featuring state-of-the-art technology and design. The Tower will feature 170 private care suites to create an environment conducive to care and healing, as well as provide a structure that will allow for development of tertiary care services. The design of the Patient Care Tower also allows for future expansion of Emergency and surgical areas.

Room Composition

Ground Floor

  • 24 Inpatient Care rooms

First Floor

  • 52 Medical/Surgical rooms
  • Lobby
  • Chapel

Second Floor

  • 24 Intensive Care Unit rooms
  • 26 Telemetry rooms

Third Floor

  • 28 Women’s and Children’s rooms
  • 8 Labor/Delivery/Recovery/Postpartum
  • (LDRP) rooms
  • 8 Bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Enhanced Program Initiatives

Tertiary Care Services

  • Cardiology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Spiritual Care

  • Faith based partnerships with Community
  • Spiritual Care services

Construction Phasing & Timeline

Phase One (January 2003)
Construction of employee parking lot on Jones Way.

Phase Two (March 2003)
Demolition of Sycamore parking lot, front lobby and administrative offices.

Phase Three (2004)*
Construction of Patient Care Tower.

Phase Four (date to be determined)
Demolition of 1968 hospital edition.

Phase Five (date to be determined)
Completion of main lobby and chapel.

Phase Six (date to be determined)
Parking areas to be created.

*Patients to be moved into Patient Care Tower to
receive health care services during this phase.

Patient Care Tower Cost

Building Cost

  • $35 million

Funding Sources

  • $16 million – Federal Emergency Management
    Agency (damages incurred from the Northridge
  • $10 million – Adventist Health
  • $9 million – Simi Valley Hospital Foundation

Simi Valley Hospital Foundation

The Simi Valley Hospital Foundation was established in 2001 to help the hospital fulfill its mission of offering high quality healthcare to a growing community of 150,000 residents. Through philanthropic involvement and participation, the Foundation is presently raising funds to build a new Patient Care Tower, which will feature private rooms and state-of-the-art equipment. The Simi Valley Hospital Foundation can be reached by calling (805) 955-8144.