Gifts from individuals, private foundations, corporations, and others
allow Valley Presbyterian Hospital to remain a vital asset to our community.
These gifts have significantly impacted the growth of the hospital and
the lives of the patients it serves. We are grateful to all of our donors,
and recognize them in a variety of ways through our donor appreciation
programs. This recognition is our expression of gratitude and creates
public awareness for the support the hospital receives from individuals
and businesses in the community.
Patient Donor: When every second counts
"The care I received in the ER was just amazing - the team was on
top of everything. They called a doctor in the middle of the night on
a Skype-like robot screen. He explained the whole thing via that screen
right at the foot of my bed."
- Patient Mark Sugarman
It is through donations like Mark Sugarman's that we are able to continue
providing the cutting-edge technology that helped save his life.
Physician Donor: Compelled to action for the community
"As a physician with more than 20 years of experience, I was compelled
to take an active role in the Emergency Room renovation - recognizing
the value that Valley Presbyterian Hospital brings to the community in
providing critical medical care to a growing and underserved patient population."
- Dr. Mark Bell, Co-Chair of the Emergency Department Renovation Campaign
Dr. Bell's support of our Emergency Department renovation made a positive
and lasting impact on our community.
Chairman of the Board and Donor: In support of excellence for the community
“Valley Presbyterian Hospital is a vital community asset that has
been serving thousands of individuals and families each year since its
opening in 1958. Through our gifts, my wife Susan and I are helping to
support the hospital’s longstanding mission of improving the quality
of health in the San Fernando Valley and its vision of excellence. Our
community has many health care needs, and by donating to Valley Presbyterian
Hospital Foundation, we know we are contributing to an organization that
puts those needs above all else.”
– Gregory L. Kay, MD, Valley Presbyterian Hospital Chairman of the Board
Gregory and Susan Kay’s gifts and leadership go beyond the boardroom,
to the heart of what we stand for as a non-profit hospital.
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