On Saturday, September 18, 2021, approximately 95 neighbors, friends and supporters of Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center gathered for a magical night in the gorgeous home of Don and Elizabeth Savant. More than $500,000 was raised for a new leading-edge Emergency Department and Urgent Care facility for the community.
The Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center Guild didn’t let the pandemic stop them from reaching their fundraising goals. “Without being able to do our main fundraiser — our big fashion show — and having our gift shop shut down, our ability to raise funds was limited,” said Julie McArdle, the guild’s president. However, Julie and the Guild stayed resilient.
In the midst of the many challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, all of us at Providence Saint Joseph Foundation want to express our gratitude for your generosity and continued support of our medical center and the Minutes Matter Emergency Services Campaign. Now more than ever, we need dedicated community partners like you.
When Dick Baker underwent two angioplasties at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, he didn’t know it would inspire him to become involved in the future of the hospital. He spent his career in Southern California, eventually becoming chief financial officer for MCA (the parent company of Universal Studios, MCA Television and MCA Records), where he worked for 32 years until his retirement in 1997.
In 2020, Providence Saint Joseph Foundation was awarded a remarkable
$600,000 grant from the Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger to support its Emergency Services Minutes Matter Campaign. A month later, no one could have predicted that Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center, like many health organizations, would be on the front lines of a global health crisis. For decades, the hospital has remained at the forefront of emergency medicine, leading the way in best-practice care even during the first uncharted months of COVID-19. In fact,
As one of the busiest Emergency Services Departments in Los Angeles County, Providence Saint Joseph has outgrown our current emergency care facility, which was built in 1980. Booming population growth in the San Fernando Valley, an increasing number of seniors with complex health issues and escalating numbers of low-income residents without primary care physicians have all contributed to a rapid rise in our emergency patient population.
As our area continues to face unprecedented challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the Toluca Lake-Burbank community has stood with Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. Since the beginning of the crisis, over $360,000 has been raised specifically for COVID-19 Response.
A couple years ago, I got the worst headache of my life and knew something was wrong. We cancelled dinner plans and my husband drove me to Saint Joe’s. In just 14 minutes, I was in the ER getting treated for a subdural hematoma.
On November 20, 2012, Romy Mehlman was in a meeting at Disney Studios, directly across the street from Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center. All of a sudden, her face dropped. The gentleman next to her (who happened to serve on the Providence Saint Joseph Foundation board) told her to immediately go to the ER. Romy couldn’t see her own face, so she had no idea what was wrong and why everyone was so concerned.
It was still early in the morning when Bonnie Hill saw that husband Walter was calling from his cell phone. This was odd because Walter had gone to run at the track at Harvard Westlake High School, as he did most mornings, and he usually came right back.
My name is Annette Sikand and my siblings and I recently made a gift through our family foundation to help support the Palliative Care Center.
Henry R. Wolfe, MD, committed to walking 100 laps around his apartment complex by his 100th birthday on May 26 to support the #HeroesatSaintJoes and Minutes Matter campaigns at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center.
Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center has received a $100,000 gift from the Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Renton, Washington-based Providence health system is investing $50 million over the next five years to reduce racial disparities in healthcare, officials announced Sept. 1.
Providence Saint Joseph Foundation Receives $600,000 for New Behavioral Health Unit in Emergency Department
Providence Saint Joseph Foundation has been awarded a remarkable $600,000 grant from the Office of Supervisor Kathryn Barger, Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Mario Lopez Golf Classic 2019
Providence Center for Clinical Genetics & Genomics Grand Re-Opening
Providence Saint Joseph Celebration of Philanthropy
Srour Event 2018
Mario Lopez Golf Classic 2018
Providence Saint Joseph Toluca Lake Committee Event 2019
The Annual Toys & More Hissrich Family Fundraiser
Nahas Event 2018
Mother Gamelin 2018
Third Annual NICU Reunion
Minutes Matter Campaign Launch Gala 2019
Tilton Event 2019
Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.