Kevin T. Toliver, M.D.

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Interventional Pain Management

Associate of SDOA since

Doctor of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center

Pain Management, University of Southern California

Hospital and Surgery Center Affiliations
Scripps Mercy Hospital (619) 294-8111
4077 Fifth Ave
San Diego, CA 92103

Scripps Mercy Surgery Pavillon (619) 686-3434
550 Washington St., Suite 101
San Diego, CA 92103

Mission Valley Heights Surgery Center (619) 291-3737
7485 Mission Valley Rd, Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92108

SMI Surgery Center (858) 633-0401
3939 Ruffin Rd., Suite 100
San Diego, CA 92123

La Mirada, CA

Personal Approach to Treating Patients
I believe in a personalized hands-on approach to patient care in a setting which provides patients direct access to the physician and staff. No physician assistants will screen patients in my practice. Traditional methods are combined with state of the art advances in treatment to provide up to date comprehensive pain management and care.


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COVID-19 Patient Information

Limited Operations Due to COVID-19

Due to COVID-19, we are limiting our operations to essential and emergent appointments only, and we hope to resume full operations in the next few weeks.

COVID-19 is causing things to change rapidly and our operations can vary because of this. We ask for your understanding and that you check our website for the latest information on operational hours and services.

Patient/Visitor Guideline Update

In an effort to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission and provide a safer environment and promote social distancing which is recommended by the CDC, we are asking that patients limit the number of people accompanying them to an appointment to no more than one person. Additionally, we are respectfully asking that children not accompany any adult patients, unless there is a medical necessity. Thank you for understanding our need to do so and for helping us keep you and our greater community healthy.

We are also asking any patients with a cough, shortness of breath or fever to please wear a mask before entering our facilities. Hand washing, social distancing, and self-isolation are still the best ways to prevent this virus from spreading more widely. We are committed to providing the best care to you and will continue to give you the best guidance we can.