WOODLAND HILLS—The Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center was restored to full medical operations on Sunday, January 26 following the repair of a water main break. Hospital services including the Emergency Department, Urgent Care, and pharmacy are now fully operational. All scheduled appointments resumed on Monday, January 27.

“We look forward to welcoming back our patients, and want to express our deepest gratitude to them and the entire community for their understanding during this past week,” said Murtaza Sanwari, Senior Vice President and Area Manager of Woodland Hills facility.

Dr. Greg Kelman, Area Medical Director, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Woodland Hills Medical Center, added:

“Our physicians are eager to return and provide our patients with the excellent medical care they have come to expect from Kaiser Permanente.”

The hospital announced on Wednesday, January 22 that the facility has been operating without running water since Sunday, January 19.