“The staff was great,” said Mr. Jung. “They bent over backwards to resolve any issues that I had. You couldn’t find a friendlier and more professional group of people."
Floyd was hired on as an employee in 2013 and has continued progressing in his career. In 2015, he decided to start giving back through the Emanate Health Employee Giving Program.
For the very first time, Queen of the Valley Hospital now has its own private (mobile intensive care nurse) MICN class to train its nurses on providing prehospital advanced life support for emergencies in the San Gabriel Valley.
Miss Joyce Chapman named the Inter-Community Hospital Emergency Department renovation in her trust before her passing early last year.
For a devoted family man like Dumrong Tangchitnob, MD, FACOG, choosing to bring new life into the world as an obstetrician/gynecologist (OB/GYN) was an obvious choice. And opting to align with Emanate Health was a perfect fit.
Largely funded by grants secured through Emanate Health Foundation, the Family Medicine Residency Program celebrated its inaugural graduating class in 2020, which included Drs. Garcia-Ayala, Omoko and Pearson.
Thanks to the generous contribution of a long-time donor, renovations are underway at Emanate Health Hospice to help enable staff members to care for patients in a space that feels warm and comforting.
In the spring of every year, the Auxiliaries of Emanate Health’s three hospitals (Inter-Community Hospital in Covina, Queen of the Valley Hospital in West Covina and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital in Glendora) each awards scholarships to students who are enrolled in a health-related program.
What are the benefits of donating a highly appreciated asset, such as real estate or stock, instead of donating cash? You can save on taxes by deducting the full value of the asset, while Emanate Health can receive the full benefit of the asset's current market value.
For over 20 years, UniHealth Foundation has been deeply committed to helping nonprofit, community-based hospitals and health care organizations in Southern California, such as Emanate Health, meet the community need.