LOS ANGELES – Loma Linda Hospital in Los Angeles will open to females for the first time.
The hospital will open its doors to women, Dr. Linda Kowalczyk, head of internal medicine at Loma Loma Hospital, told the Los Angeles Times on Friday.
“I think this is a milestone in the health care industry for women.
Women have been denied access to care, and we are going to be opening up the doors to them,” she said.”
The first women in the facility will be the first to receive a CT scan and have access to surgery.”
Kowalchowsky said that the new surgery will be done by an independent surgeon, and that the surgery will take place in two weeks.
The Loma, California-based hospital said it will provide services to patients who are female but have had their cervix removed, and will also be the place for people who have had pelvic or abdominal surgeries to get treatment.
The surgery will cost $4,000, which is not uncommon in the healthcare industry, but Kowalsky said that it was not a high price for a surgical procedure.
“It’s not just about the price; it’s about the quality of care that is going to come from it,” she told the Times.
“We believe that our patients deserve a quality surgical care that allows them to function and live well.”
Kampen, who is also a professor of surgery at UCLA School of Medicine, said that while women are the majority of the surgical procedures in the United States, there are still some who are denied access because of their gender.
“What is also important about this surgery is that it is not going to affect women as much as men, so they can live and thrive,” she added.
The operation is expected to be the biggest in the history of the hospital, as it will allow women to have surgeries that have not been done previously.
Kampene said that this was the biggest surgery that they have ever done, and it was “a huge leap forward”.
“We’ve done more surgeries than we could possibly think of,” she noted.
“So it’s really about the fact that we’re going to get more patients.”
Kimbashi said that he and the doctors were looking forward to working with female patients, and to providing them with the best care possible.
“If I could be a woman, I would be so happy,” he said.