Centinela Hospital’s Emergency Department is one of the top 10 busiest
privately run ER’s in Los Angeles County. To better serve its community,
Centinela Hospital began a six-phase remodel and expansion project on
its ER in early 2014.
Find out more about the Hospital’s remodeling and capital expansion
plans and what’s in store for 2017.
Before you're faced with an emergency, it's important to be prepared.
Know where to go just in case you or your family needs the emergency room.
And you'll be seen by a doctor fast. In most cases, you'll be
seen by a board certified emergency physician in under 30 minutes. We
are equipped with some of the most advanced medical technology available.
Our services include:
Tommy Lasorda Heart Institute
Our hospital boasts three state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization labs
for the treatment of heart attack patients. Our physicians are able to
restore the flow of blood to the heart within 90 minutes of first medical
contact by paramedics, which helps to minimize the damage to the heart
and provides quicker recovery times.
Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics
Centinela Hospital has received recognition as an Emergency Department
Approved for Pediatrics (EDAP) facility. An EDAP facility is licensed
by the County of Los Angeles to receive pediatric patients through the
911 system. There are only 42 hospital emergency rooms in Southern California
that meet the stringent requirements necessary to receive EDAP certification.
We have a program of continuous improvement in place to constantly review
and upgrade our pediatric readiness. Our ER provides children with specially
trained physicians and nurses in-house 24/7. We have installed new pediatric
equipment and require ongoing pediatric education for our clinical staff.
However, it's the efforts of our physicians and staff that produce the
high level of care provided in our ER.
The Los Angeles County EDAP program was implemented in June of 1985 by
the Board of Supervisors to improve the process of monitoring the quality
of care given to children and to ensure that emergency rooms have the
proper equipment and training for physicians and nurses. In addition,
to qualify for the program, hospitals must also pass an on-site review
and inspection of their ER by staff from the Department of Health Services
Our Service Area
We are staffed with a dedicated team of emergency-trained physicians, nurses
and support personnel who save lives. Our 44-bed facility is open for
treatment 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We serve residents from:
- El Segundo
- Ladera Heights
- Culver City
As a Level III Paramedic Receiving Station for Los Angeles County, we provide
comprehensive emergency services to fire departments, ambulance companies
Remember: In a medical emergency - ALWAYS CALL 9-1-1.
(Click here for a printable flier on when to call 911).
Isn’t it Good to Know We’re Right Here in Your Community with
Round-the-Clock Quality Care?
The Emergency Department can often be a very scary place for those who
are not familiar with its operation. In order to help, we have developed
the following pages to answer any questions you may have about your visit.