Visitor guidelines are determined by each surgery center’s leadership to optimize safety and focus on patient centered care. Please contact the surgery center directly for current visitor guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, or view the latest updates below.

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View facility status updates for each Surgery Center as it relates to closures and updated operational hour.

Bascom Surgery Center

Due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission in Santa Clara County, we will not be allowing visitors for the time being. Thank you for your understanding.

For pediatric patients, only 1 parent will be allowed.

Silicon Valley Surgery Center

Due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 transmission in Santa Clara County, we will not be allowing visitors for the time being.  Thank you for your understanding.

For pediatric patients, only 1 parent will be allowed.

Specialty Surgery Center

To reduce overall exposure, we are not allowing visitors for adult patients. Two visitors for pediatric patients are allowed in accordance with current policy if the center has adequate space to promote social distancing.

West Hills Surgical Center

 The safety of our patients, colleagues and visitors is our highest priority.

We have taken many precautions to keep our patients safe during COVID-19, including testing each patient before his or her procedure.

On-site COVID-19 testing is required for all West Hills Surgical Center patients.

Patients can call (818) 226-9151 to request a COVID-19 testing appointment. Our drive-up testing takes place underneath the carport located at our front entrance. COVID-19 testing must take place at least three days, and no more than seven days, prior to the date of the patient’s procedure.

After you receive your COVID-19 test, please stay at home and self-quarantine until you arrive at West Hills Surgical Center for your procedure.

Thank you for choosing West Hills Surgical Center for your healthcare needs.

Circumstances may allow for specific exceptions to any visitation restrictions described on this webpage. Those circumstances include religious visitation as well as a designated support person for a patient with a disability to provide assistance with communication or other necessary components of the patient’s treatment. All persons entering under an exception remain subject to appropriate infection control protocols.