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Valley View Cafe: Welcome Back!

Published September 23, 2022

Cafe Re-Opening

On Monday, Sept. 26th, our beloved Valley View Cafe reopens to the public! Closed during the pandemic since 2020, our cafe has traditionally been a gathering spot to have a bite to eat and visit with friends or loved ones.

Whether you’re visiting a patient, joining one of our staff members for a meal on their break, or just wanting to meet with friends or loved ones to enjoy a meal, we’re glad to welcome you back.

Adding an extra element of hospitality to the hospital, Valley View Cafe is considered a regional destination for excellent dining. Serving breakfast and lunch to both the community and visitors to the hospital, people flock to the cafe for its creative menu, affordable prices and quick service.

Cafe Chef Oscar Sermeno has spent years perfecting his recipes. Driven by his desire to teach, he loves sharing his knowledge and swapping food stories with those who visit our hospital cafe. His focus is on providing healthy, flavorful foods that both patients and visitors appreciate. Check out Chef Oscar’s weekly menu.

When you arrive at the hospital, please be aware:

  • Masks are still required in all healthcare settings, including our hospital and clinic. Masks need to be worn whenever you are not actively eating or drinking at the cafe, as well.
  • If you are not feeling well and are not a patient or an admitting patient, please refrain from entering the hospital to keep our staff and patients safe and protected from illness.
  • We continue to ask visitors and staff to wash their hands frequently and use hand sanitizer to stop the spread of germs.

We also have a new gratitude program in place! At the hospital main entrance, emergency room entrance and at our clinic, you will find DAISY Award nomination forms and drop boxes to thank a staff member or nurse for providing skilled, compassionate care and nominate them for an award.

We look forward to seeing you!

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