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There are many exciting and inspiring things happening at Providence St. Joseph Hospital Foundation. We’re glad to share them with you.




Age of Discovery

With the support of our generous community, we’ve built a strong and sustainable clinical research program at Providence St. Joseph Hospital.

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Jacqui’s Fund

The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment has a convergence of treatment options available with a phenomenal patient experience.

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Healing Power

The Center for Cancer Prevention and Treatment has a convergence of treatment options available with a phenomenal patient experience.

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Generation Next

Thanks to the philanthropic support, Providence St. Joseph acquired the following minimally invasive technologies in the last year alone.

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Trusted Partners

The Physician Leadership Council consists of over 20 clinicians who are moving the needle within our hospital in addition to patient care.

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The Spirit of Giving

The Providence St. Joseph Hospital family sadly lost two beloved members recently: obstetrician Michael Linzey, MD, and former board member Jim Cora.

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Presidential Partners

Presidential Partners is a society of friends who provide exceptional leadership in support of Providence St. Joseph Hospital through their annual contributions of $1,000 or more.

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Celebration 2020

Nearly $600,000 was netted at Celebration 2020 — Change Through Challenge — supported by Marsha Moeller and presented by the Gooding-Barry and Immell families, to assist in funding the new Progressive Care Unit.

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New Progressive Care Unit Build-Out

Providence St. Joseph Hospital is embarking on a $16 million expansion of a new Progressive Care Unit (PCU). In order to meet an aging community’s rapidly expanding need for our services, the hospital is prioritizing an initiative to add 20 new beds that offer a high level of patient care.

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Beating COVID and the Odds

Working in emergency services involves a certain tolerance of the risks that accompany the job. But when Torrance fire engineer Rickey Cradle and his wife, Jenny, a fire communications supervisor, were both diagnosed with COVID-19, they faced a fight neither had anticipated.

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Bringing It All Together

Providence St. Joseph Hospital is excited to be moving forward with the development of the new Helen Caloggero Women’s and Family Center, which is planned to be named after generous donor Marsha Moeller’s late mother. This facility will be located on the corner of Main Street and Stewart Drive, and is slated to open in 2023. It will bring mother-baby services that currently are at nine different locations around the hospital to one central location.

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The Best Inspires Confidence

In 2018, thanks to the generous philanthropic support of the community, St. Joseph Hospital was one of the first three hospitals in the nation to acquire the new leading edge GE Discoveryâ„¢ MI PET/CT scanner.

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Keeping Moms Safe

A $142,000 grant from Healthcare Foundation for Orange County ensures more moms receive the help they need for depression, and perinatal mood and…

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Philanthropy is Good for the Soul

Shirley Moretti, a donor and friend, said it best. “When we focus on others, we learn about ourselves.” Giving back to others was one of her greatest joys in life — it filled her heart and inspired countless others to follow in her footsteps.

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Leaving a Legacy Through Charity

A dedicated and compassionate caregiver at St. Joseph Hospital for decades, Melvin Schwartz and his wife demonstrated their friendship and support for the Hospital by establishing a legacy through a generous charitable planned gift.

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A New Procedure Helps Save a Life

Carrol’s physician suggested a new procedure that could help clear her arteries. Newly acquired technology enables the removal of plaque with a minimally invasive technique that does not require opening the heart.

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Orthopedics Goes Robotic

Hundreds of donations helped fund the purchase of the Mako RIO® Robotic-Arm Interactive Orthopedic System. It enables surgeons to create a 3D model of the patient’s…

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Faster, More Powerful Cancer Treatment

Thanks to support from individual, corporate and foundation donors, The Varian TrueBeam® Radiotherapy Linear Accelerator increases our treatment options and gives thousands of patients the best possible chance of becoming free of cancer. It helps precisely locate and image tumors, as well as provide radiation treatment that is more accurate.

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Hometown Heroes

Countless donations raised $175K+ and more than 155 in-kind donations provided personal protective equipment, shower kits and meals for our caregivers.”

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Detecting Lung Cancer Earlier

Funded entirely by philanthropy, St. Joseph Hospital recently acquired the ION System for Robotic Bronchial Navigation. It offers huge advancements in minimally invasive lung biopsy procedures which helps detect lung cancer earlier.

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Giving From the Heart and Home

Now retired, Drs. Amin decided they were at the right time in their lives to downsize, but more importantly, to give back to the community they cherished in a significant way. Their extraordinary generosity will help fund Nursing Excellence and Behavioral Health.

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Gratitude Report

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Call: 714-347-7900
1010 West La Veta, Suite 300 – Orange, CA 92868
Email: sjofoundation@providence.org

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