Contact: Diane Martin
COVINA, Calif. ― Marking a milestone year that included a name change, Emanate Health, the largest health care system in the San Gabriel Valley, today released a “Year in Review” video and report chronicling its 2019 achievements—which included a strategic rebrand from Citrus Valley Health Partners to become an integrated health care system serving more than one million people in the region. Emanate Health 2019 Year In Review Video Emanate Health 2019 Year In Review Report
“We’ve evolved from the community hospital down the street to become a comprehensive health care system with three hospitals and more than 16 primary and specialty care locations to choose from,” said Emanate Health President & CEO Rob Curry. “Today, we are better prepared to cover our diverse populations with advanced medical care through every stage of life—from our Family Birth & Newborn Center to the most preferred hospice and home care in our service area.”
The video and report captures Emanate Health programs, events, accomplishments and accolades in 2019. The health system recruited new physicians from top medical schools, residency programs and fellowships, while adding state-of-the art technology to deliver significantly easy access to advanced diagnosis and treatment of stroke, as well as to perform minimally invasive procedures.
“Emanate Health also added a new, hospital-based health center to meet the need for easy access to quality care in the San Gabriel Valley. We can now deliver upon our mission to provide the full continuum of care all in one place—from primary care to OB/GYN to pediatrics and more specialties,” Curry said.
Emanate Health medical experts in Cardiology, Neurology and Women’s Health were also named Top Doctors by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and hospitals in Covina, West Covina and Glendora consistently rank among the Best in the San Gabriel Valley.
“Our vision for the future is clear in the New Year. We will redouble our commitment to provide exceptional comprehensive health care for everyone that we serve,” Curry said. “We want the people who live, work and play in our communities to know that Emanate Health is their source for quality health care—in their own backyard. Because this, is where healthy comes from.”