Ventura County Medical Center is a hospital in the city of Ventura, California, USA. It is a Level II Trauma Center with 208 bed acute care hospital. The county also operates a 49 bed campus in Santa Paula. As a teaching hospital, affiliated with University of California, Los Angeles, it was recognized as the best family-medicine residency program in the United States in 2014. In November 2014, the county health center launched a public health initiative How High Ventura County in Southern California. It is the largest teen marijuana education platform in California launched to educate parents about the harm that consuming marijuana causes to the adolescent brain.
A 220,000 square-foot state-of-the-art replacement wing is currently under construction to meet California's updated seismic regulations, and is scheduled its completion mid 2017. 
Ventura County Medical Center is a full-service acute care hospital with a 24-hour emergency center. Along with intensive care and definitive observation units, it also houses specialty care units such as medical/ surgical, telemetry and oncology, pediatric, and neonatal.