We are here for you. The team at Temecula Valley Hospital continues to deliver high-quality patient care while responding to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Emergency Care

Our hospital Emergency Department is open 24/7 for medical emergencies. If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency or concerning symptoms such as chest pain, difficulty breathing, trouble lifting your arms, numbness or weakness, dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. 

We have special processes for protecting our patients during medical emergencies and want to reassure the community that these procedures are in place at Temecula Valley Hospital. We have created a separate emergency and inpatient sub-units dedicated to COVID-19 positive and suspected positive patients. All other patients are cared for in separate areas.

Unfortunately, we have begun to see patients that have waited too long to seek care for life-threatening conditions, due to an understandable fear of being exposed to COVID-19. However, prolonged delay in seeking evaluation for concerning symptoms may have detrimental effects on your health. We encourage you to seek immediate medical care in these situations.

For more information on the signs and symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, please visit our website.