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Our community’s health is always top of mind and at the heart of Orange Coast Medical Center’s mission. For the past 29 years, we’ve been here for the birth of your children, your illnesses, your essential surgeries and all of your outpatient service needs. As we move forward, we do so carefully and responsibly with the safety of our patients, staff and physicians always as our top priority. For your good health, it’s vitally important that you seek medical care and treatment when necessary and appropriate — your health can’t wait.
Our Emergency Department team is highly trained and experienced in caring for all patients, including those who need to receive immediate care for heart attacks, severe injuries or any other emergent medical injuries or illnesses. We have taken extra measures during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the continued safety, exceptional care and well-being of all our patients and staff, with a special area to treat patients coming in with suspected COVID-19 and an area designated specifically for noninfectious disease patients.
Throughout our hospital and outpatient care areas, we have taken extra precautions to safeguard your health and the health of our staff.
Some ways we have done this include:
Observing social distancing, including spaced out seating in our waiting areas and properly spaced out floor markings in areas where lines form
Screening individuals at all of our medical center entrances for symptoms, taking their temperature, and ensuring a mask is worn before allowing entry into the facility
Ensuring all of our clinical staff members wear face masks and abide by all personal protective equipment guidelines, in addition to stringent compliance with hand hygiene (washing hands regularly and applying hand sanitizer before entering a patient room)
Adhering to strict compliance with disinfecting and cleaning of equipment and spaces across all of the hospital and outpatient care areas
For non-emergent medical conditions or injuries, we encourage you to take advantage of other services offered by MemorialCare, including setting up a virtual appointment with your doctor, speaking with an advice nurse over the phone, or visiting a MemorialCare urgent care location, if necessary.
We’re here with care when you need it
For non-life threatening emergencies and when your medical needs just can’t wait, MemorialCare urgent care centers are located in your backyard ready to provide high-quality care when you need it.
Our team of award-winning physicians is ready to treat you and your family with walk-in medical care for:
Allergic reactions and rashes
Bumps and bruises
Minor animal and insect bites
Muscle sprains and strains
Headaches, stomachaches and cold symptoms
Other minor, non-emergent medical needs
Your Safety Is Our Priority
At MemorialCare urgent care centers, you can expect:
Waiting rooms set up for social distancing
A symptom screening and temperature check prior to entry
A masking requirement in any of our facilities
Additional cleaning and disinfecting of equipment and examination rooms
For more information or to find a MemorialCare urgent care center near you, click here.
Telehealth Brings Your Doctor to You
MemorialCare Medical Group and Greater Newport Physicians recently introduced a telehealth system for video appointments, giving patients even more access to great healthcare. Patients can consult with our award-winning team of primary care physicians and specialists – without leaving their homes.
Newport Beach Breast Center
MemorialCare is dedicated to minimizing the impact of breast cancer and expanding accessible breast care in our community. Now open, our newest MemorialCare Breast Center in Newport Beach offers a beautiful and convenient location outside a hospital setting. The new Center offers many services that women seek for their breast care, using leading-edge technology such as 3D tomosynthesis mammography, dedicated breast ultrasound, and minimally invasive breast biopsy.
Staffed exclusively by breast-dedicated radiologists, the new location will be led by Gary M. Levine, M.D., medical director of MemorialCare Breast Centers and a nationwide leader in breast care.
"Breast screening should be a regular part of a woman's preventive health regimen," said Dr. Levine. "We cannot yet reliably prevent breast cancer, however, early detection through regular screening mammography dramatically improves a woman’s chance of surviving breast cancer while at the same time frequently allowing less invasive treatment.”
Here for You
Just as medicine is constantly evolving, so is Edinger Medical Group (EMG). Caring for our community for almost 60 years, EMG has successfully embraced healthcare changes to provide coordinated care to our patients in good health and in times of crisis. Our goal is to keep in touch with our patients any way we can to keep them safe and healthy.
With our secure Patient Portal, 24-hour on-call physicians, TeleMed appointments and video visits, EMG has broken down barriers and created ways for patients to stay connected to their healthcare while staying safe at home.
Stay connected with Edinger Medical Group! To make an appointment, please call (714) 965-2500 or click here.