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COVID-19: how can you help?
HCFVC serves Ventura County Health Care Agency, comprised of two acute care hospitals, Ventura County Medical Center, Santa Paula Hospital, 46 ambulatory clinics, Public Health, Behavioral Health, Emergency Medical Services, among other agencies dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for the population of Ventura County, regardless of ability to pay.
We are issuing an urgent plea for our community to support our health care providers, with donations of funds and supplies. It will take all of us coming together to face this challenge and make a difference.
Option 1: DONATE FUNDS
The best way to help in any disaster is to donate funds. Donations to the COVID-19 Response Fund will allow HCFVC to respond to urgent and immediate needs from our physicians, first responders and public health officials. All contributions are tax deductible.
Option 2: DONATE SUPPLIES
We are currently accepting NEW supplies for use by our hospital staff. This includes protective personal equipment (N95 masks, surgical masks, disinfectant wipes, gowns, hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes). We are also accepting sponsorship of medical equipment, technology or other equipment.
Please contact HCFVC directly (805) 652-3361 or firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate donations.
For updated information on COVID-19 from VC Emergency, the official Ventura County incident information source, visit or click on vcemergency.com
We are most grateful for anything you can do to help our health care teams and one another!