Catalina Island Medical Center

Catalina Island Medical Center

Reinventing Health Care on Catalina Island

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Medical Clinic

Our primary care physicians and nurse practitioners are dedicated to providing quality health care in a comfortable medical office setting. We offer medical and preventative care, treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, checkups, vaccines, and wound care. The clinic’s diagnostic resources are supported by the hospital’s well-equipped laboratory, CT scanner, and radiology department.

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Emergency Services

Need help? Our doctors and nurses are ready to treat all types of injuries and provide you with quick, effective care. Board-certified in emergency medicine, our physicians have the knowledge and experience to handle any emergency or to help with chronic or acute conditions during non-clinic hours. We’re here for you when you need us – our ER is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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You Matter Most

Compassion is at the heart of all we do, and our focus is on serving YOU. No matter what your need is, our providers and staff will provide exceptional medical care and respectful service in a compassionate environment. We honor your time, your feelings, and your privacy. Catalina Island Medical Center is dedicated to providing quality health care to Catalina Island residents and visitors alike. 

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Legacy for the Future

After nearly 60 years at our current location, Catalina Island Medical Center is working on securing a new home, to be able to provide even better care for everyone, now and in the future. Help us on our journey to ensure the future of quality medical care on Catalina Island.

Medical Center News & Updates

Why do hospitals use color-coded scrubs?

By Catalina Island Medical Center | January 24, 2018

Have you ever wondered if there is a rhyme or reason to the colored scrubs you see your medical caretakers wearing? Sure, it makes for a more colorful experience, but there are some good reasons that many hospitals and medical facilities are implementing standardized color-coded…

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Gluten Free Diets – Fab or Fad?

By Dr. Aimee Warren | December 4, 2017

Fad diets make me crazy. The Cookie Diet, the Werewolf diet (these are really a thing), the meat covered in meat and butter diet. They all make me cringe. My approach to healthy eating is simple – eat whole foods, avoid processed, eat mostly plants.…

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