What Inspires You?
Advanced cardiac treatments should be available
to everyone in our community, even the less fortunate.
According to the CDC, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Providence St. Joseph Hospital is working to reduce those numbers here in Orange County.
Together, we can bring latest technology
to treat a wider range of cardiac procedures.
59% of the fundraising goal achieved with the help of neighbors like you
Next-generation cardiac catheterization labThe new lab is ideal for performing new therapeutic procedures such as aortic valve replacements, mitral valve repairs or replacements, protected percutaneous coronary interventions and treatment of chronic total obstructions. It will provide optimal visualization, less radiation exposure, and expand the number and types of procedures provided.
A donation makes a difference. Here’s proof.
Heart Centered Giving Opportunity
Award Winning Care
Congratulations to Providence St. Joseph Hospital for being among the top 3% hospitals for heart care within the country, recognized by Women’s Choice Award. We celebrate this accomplishment with our loyal community of donors — because your support has helped expand our range of comprehensive programs needed to be a leader in cardiovascular care.
Meet Dr. Thomas Kim
Anyone who’s met Providence St. Joseph Hospital’s noninvasive cardiology medical director Thomas C. Kim, M.D., FACC, appreciates his sense of humor and down-to-earth manner. Dr. Kim brings incredible value to the hospital, its Foundation, and most importantly, our community and patients.
SUPPORT OUR WORK
Now, more than ever, our community needs Providence St. Joseph Hospital and compassionate neighbors like you.
“Our organization is unique in part because of the partnership that exists between the Foundation and the hospital itself. As chief philanthropy officer, I partner closely with our senior leadership team to identify areas of opportunity – and together we connect those opportunities with compassionate, generous donors.”
—Amy Daugherty, Chief Philanthropy Officer
"The generosity of our community during COVID-19 has overwhelmed us. We are grateful for the countless donations received. But so many more challenges lie ahead. If you can, please make a donation and support our mission. On behalf of all, we thank you."
Meet The Expert
Executive Director of Surgical Services Cardiovascular Administration
Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.