Valley Presbyterian Hospital Unveils Perinatal Center

New Medical Office Space Offers Patients Comfort and Convenience

Valley Presbyterian Hospital Unveils Perinatal Center

Valley Presbyterian Hospital is pleased to debut a new Perinatal Center, offering expecting mothers a suite of integrated services in a soothing, expanded medical office environment.

The Perinatal Center combines perinatology, non-stress test and high-risk infant follow-up services under one roof. This unique setup offers mothers-to-be more scheduling convenience and access to comprehensive services, so they receive quality prenatal care in fewer visits.

“The new Perinatal Center at Valley Presbyterian Hospital is designed to offer expecting mothers in our community excellent care and service in a state-of-the-art space,” said Gayathri S. Jith, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Operations.

Located at 15243 Vanowen Street, Suite 502, the Perinatal Center at Valley Presbyterian Hospital offers spacious treatment rooms and an expansive waiting area to comfortably accommodate patients and their families.

“We are always seeking opportunities to make a positive, lasting impact on patient care in the San Fernando Valley community,” Jith said. “This service line investment is a testament to our promise of excellence in all we do.”

Valley Presbyterian Hospital is a 350-bed facility that ranks among the largest acute care hospitals in the San Fernando Valley. Founded in 1958, the nonprofit, non-sectarian, independent, community hospital provides high quality, patient-centered care through leading-edge technology and a full range of medical services. For more information, visit

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