A campus of Los Robles Regional Medical Center
Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital (TOSH), a campus of Los Robles Regional Medical Center, is a general acute care hospital that provides a range of multi-specialty inpatient and outpatient surgical services. The facility is designed as an advanced setting for surgical care.
Patients are provided private rooms, complete with the amenities found in fine hotels, with in-room accommodations and meals prepared by an executive chef for our patients, families and visitors. The facility boasts an environment that is warm, safe, quiet and cordial, and promotes healing and well-being.
Thousand Oaks Surgical Hospital offers six operating suites, one cystoscopy suite, 21-private overnight rooms across 50,000 square feet and is based on a model that delivers exceedingly high levels of patient satisfaction.
We value working in partnership with highly qualified physicians who are committed to providing friendly and superior service. In addition to the expert medical staff, we also invest in modern technology, equipment and systems that provide advanced approaches and remarkable efficiencies in the delivery of care for our patients.
TOSH has consistently ranked 2nd in the State of California for overall patient satisfaction based on survey data collected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
Patient testimonials about TOSH
Here are a few testimonials from some of our patients:
"Everyone was very nice and helpful! They made a very nerve wracking experience for us parents much easier. Our one-year-old daughter was always very happy and comfortable throughout the entire process."
"In the course of the last six months, I have had five surgeries at TOSH as an outpatient. Each time, I received top-notch care. The staff was kind and courteous."
"This was by far the best surgical experience I have ever had or even seen anyone have. The place feels like a plush hotel. It is warm, clean and modern. The staff was unbelievably friendly, caring and I never felt like 'just a patient'. I was treated like a friend."
"I would like to thank the nurses who cared for me post-op. They couldn't have been more caring if I was their own family. They helped make a horrible experience tolerable. If I ever have to have another surgery, I don't want to go anywhere else."