Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills Medical Center on Sunday resumed full operation following the repair of a water main break incurred the previous weekend.

All scheduled appointments resumed on Monday. Hospital officials said the center needed to secure county and state approvals before reopening.

“We look forward to welcoming back our patients, and want to express our deepest gratitude to them and the entire community for their understanding during this past week,” said Murtaza Sanwari, senior vice president and area manager for the medical center, said in a statement.

The break happened after a planned water line shutdown, according to a statement from the hospital at 5601 DeSoto Ave.