A New Era of Care

Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center uplevels its offerings with a new patient tower and a renovated NICU.

Building on a 50-year legacy of care in the San Fernando Valley, Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center is expanding their offerings as part of their Tarzana Reimagined modernization plan. 

The five-story, 200,000-square-foot Friese Family Tower welcomed its first patients in October, and the renovated NICU opened in December.

Built to withstand an 8.7 earthquake, the Friese Family Tower features 150 spacious patient rooms; an expanded emergency department; a new pharmacy; and pediatric, cardiovascular, and critical care units. Updated technology will advance patient care, and comforts such as recliners and sleeper sofas in patient rooms will provide care for families. The nature-oriented design theme offers a healing environment, complete with a contemplative garden and original art from local artists.

As the region’s largest Level III NICU, the new space provides a soothing environment for premature and critically ill newborns and their families. Amenities include advanced medical equipment; an isolette crib to transport newborns safely to the hospital from other facilities; the AngelEye CameraSystem™, allowing loved ones to livestream video of infants; and Giraffe OmniBeds, which create a temperature-controlled microenvironment.

Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center has provided comprehensive care in the Valley since 1973. Upcoming plans in the Tarzana Reimagined project include an advanced diagnostic and treatment center and five new operating rooms. 

Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center

18321 Clark St., Tarzana  |  818-881-0800
providence.org/tarzana  |  @providencecedars

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