Encino Hospital Medical Center

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Encino Hospital Medical Center
Prime Healthcare Services
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Geography
LocationEncino, Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley, California, United States
Coordinates34°09′26″N 118°29′12″W / 34.15711°N 118.48664°W / 34.15711; -118.48664Coordinates: 34°09′26″N 118°29′12″W / 34.15711°N 118.48664°W / 34.15711; -118.48664
Organization
FundingFor-profit
Hospital typeCommunity
NetworkPrime Healthcare Services
Services
Beds150
History
Founded2008
Links
WebsiteEncinoMed.com
ListsHospitals in California

The Encino Hospital Medical Center is a hospital in Encino, California.

The hospital's ownership changed in June 2008 when Tenet Healthcare sold it to the current owner, Prime Healthcare Services.[1] Previously, the hospital was one of the campuses of the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center.

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  1. ^ Daniel Costello (July 1, 2008), "Providence Health to buy Tarzana Regional Medical Center from Tenet", Los Angeles Times

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