Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills has resumed full operations following a temporary closure due to a water line break, the hospital announced Sunday. “Hospital services, including the Emergency Department, Urgent Care and pharmacy, are fully operational,” said the hospital in a statement. “All scheduled appointments will resume on Monday, Jan. 27.” The water main break happened Saturday, Jan. 18, cutting off…
A broken main water line has prompted Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center to cancel all surgeries and primary care appointments scheduled at the hospital for Monday, Jan. 20.
Four people were suspected of Fentanyl overdose, which led to a hazmat situation at an Extended Stay America. Patrick Healy reports for NBC4 News at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019.