2019 Impact of Philanthropy at Providence Holy Cross

May 28, 2020 Providence News Team

Thanks to you, 2019 was a phenomenal year for our medical center. Most significantly, the Foundation celebrated successfully completing its $6.4 million Little Miracles fundraising initiative to increase the size of our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Thank you for being part of the Holy Cross family and for taking part in our vision of high-quality, compassionate care to all who need it.

  New Giraffe™ OmniBeds™ and Stand-Alone Infant Resuscitation System for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). These specialized technologies allow clinicians to care for, monitor and treat premature newborns through a variety of procedures, while keeping them in a precisely regulated healing environment.

  Ongoing investment in our Nurse Research Fellowship Program, allowing our nurses to improve their caregiving through highly beneficial clinical research and publish their findings in major medical journals.

  Extensive enhancements and upgrades to the Providence Holy Cross Emergency Department.

  Enhancement of Providence Holy Cross’s oncology treatments and services.

  The acquisition of leading-edge respiratory percussors that are used to perform chest physiotherapy

  Support for the Providence Holy Cross Welcome Baby Program to support new and expectant families

Providence Holy Cross Foundation enables the medical center to keep pace with advances in lifesaving technology while responding to the unique needs of our San Fernando Valley communities. To learn more about the foundation, click here.



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