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Woodland Hills Medical Center

5601 De Soto Ave.

Woodland Hills, CA  91367

Driving directions

1-833-574-2273 (1-833-KP4CARE) (toll free)

Services at a glance

  • Emergency
  • Urgent care
  • Pharmacy

Directions and maps


Driving directions

The Woodland Hills Medical Center is located on the southwest corner of Burbank Boulevard and De Soto Avenue.

Hospital, Entrance 1
Emergency Room, Entrance 3

From the 405 Freeway

Take the 101 Freeway west or the 118 Freeway west

From the 101 Freeway

Exit De Soto Avenue north. The hospital is on the left after Clark Street.

From the 118 Freeway

Exit De Soto Avenue south. The hospital is on the right after Burbank Boulevard.

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