Valley Presbyterian Hospital Named "Best Medical Center" Third Year in a Row

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Valley Presbyterian Hospital (VPH) has won the “Best Medical Center” designation for the third consecutive year in a poll of Los Angeles Daily News readers. The annual Readers’ Choice online survey was conducted independently by the Los Angeles Daily News.

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This honor means that more people voted for Valley Presbyterian Hospital than any other hospital in the Valley

"This honor means that more people voted for Valley Presbyterian Hospital than any other hospital in the Valley," said VPH President and Chief Executive Officer Albert L. Greene. "We are grateful for this public approval and will continue to keep it. Valley Pres is growing and getting better every day." For fifty years, Valley Pres has been the forefront in the San Fernando Valley. They just recently dedicated the Fritz B. Burns Valley Cardiac Cath Lab, the newest Cardiac Catheterization Lab in the Valley, and the Bluebell Railway Playroom in their maternity floor. VPH is committed to offering high technology in a caring environment for patients and visitors.

The community hospital tradition of caring is another important factor in VPH's designation of "Best Medical Center." The designation of such a prestigious award recognizes that employees in all departments are committed to providing excellent patient care and satisfaction. "What matters to our patients, matters to us," said Greene.

About Valley Presbyterian Hospital

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, Valley Presbyterian Hospital is one of the largest acute care hospitals in the San Fernando Valley. The 350-bed facility offers leading-edge technology and medical expertise in maternal and child health, cardiac care, orthopedics, and critical care services. VPH has more than 500 physicians representing virtually every specialty and most sub-specialties. As a non-profit organization, Valley Presbyterian Hospital depends upon charitable support to provide the highest quality healthcare. To find out how you can help, please contact the Foundation Department at (818) 902-2980. For more information, visit our website at:

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