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During Your Stay

Your Hospitalist Physicians

While you are in the hospital, you will be cared for by one of our hospitalists, a doctor who specializes in the care of hospitalized patients.

Learn more about this specialty and our hospitalist team.

Tips for Better Sleep in the Hospital

Sleep is vital to your health and for helping your body heal and recover from illness. It can be a challenge to get regular sleep while you’re in the hospital, but there are some simple tips you can follow for better sleep while you’re here. Get sleep tips.

Visitation Policy

To maintain a safe environment during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have temporarily revised our visitation policy. These guidelines apply to all patients within Community Memorial Hospital – Ojai & Ventura.

Translation & Interpreting Services

Community Memorial Hospital is pleased to provide translation and interpreting services to assist patients with a language or communication barrier. The following translation and interpreter services are available free of charge:

  • Face-to-Face Spanish Interpreters
    Community Memorial Hospital offers qualified, in-house Spanish interpreters.
  • Interpreters via Phone
    We can set up a 3-way telephone conference call between two individuals who speak different languages, and a third-party interpreter. Available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, with access to more than 200 languages.
  • Face-to-Face American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters
    Available upon advance request.

  • Video Remote Interpreters (VRI)
    Available 24 hours, 7 days a week, at Community Memorial Hospital for several languages, including American Sign Language (ASL).

  • Teletypewriter (TTY) Lines for Deaf and Hearing Impaired
    Available in the lobby of Community Memorial Hospital.

Should you have any questions about these services or concerns, please call the main number of the hospital at 805-948-5011 ask to speak with Human Resources.

Patient Rights & Responsibilities

We want to make you a partner in your own care, so you can be an active participant in care decisions. Read about your rights and responsibilities.