Patients from the Kaiser Permanente medical center in Woodland Hills will be transferred to other hospitals
The Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in Woodland hills, to the north of The Angelsannounced Wednesday that will close its facilities by way of temporary, due to a water supply failure. It is expected to resume activities next Saturday.
The fault occurred since last Sunday, when a water cut affected the hospital located in the number 5601 of De Soto Avenue, near the highway 101 to Fortune. Derived from the problem, hospital staff had to cancel surgical procedures Y medical appointments, affecting the patients They were scheduled.
Since then, the hospital has operated without running water. Only with a provisional service that was installed while fixing the problem; However, the fault could not be solved, so hospital officials were forced to announce the closure of the center.
The patients are being transferred To other hospitals.
The fault was detected when mantenance staff from the center discovered a leak in the main pipe. They tried to fix it, but the escape continued. "We decided then to maintain the safety of our patients, staff and doctors," said the vice president of the hospital, Murtaza Sanwari to the CNS news service. "We completely close the facilities, to put a new pipe line."
Hospital officials asked the population that attends to be aware of the information they publish through their website.
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