Emanate Health’s three hospital auxiliaries volunteer their time and energy to ensure that Inter-Community Hospital, Queen of the Valley Hospital and Foothill Presbyterian Hospital have the tools they need to provide exceptional patient care.
Earlier this year, Roger Chan tragically passed away at Emanate Health because of COVID. In his memory, his loved ones gave 12 heartfelt donations toward the COVID-19 Relief Fund. Along with their monetary contributions, they shared kind messages and words of gratitude for Uncle Roger's care at Emanate Health.
Chandra Reddy is grateful for having worked at Foothill Presbyterian Hospital for nearly three decades. To pay it forward, he makes an ongoing donation to Emanate Health through the Employee Giving Program.
Miss Joyce Chapman was known as a wonderful storyteller who loved to laugh – and her heart was devoted to her community.
Inter-Community Hospital will soon have enhanced security with the help of a highly trained four-legged friend – thanks to the generosity of Chris and Retha Champion.
We know from experience that young patients appreciate beautiful and whimsical murals, so the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation funded the design and installation of a new mural covering the walls of the Pediatric Unit of Emanate Health Queen of the Valley Hospital.
Louis and Diane Fisher have learned time and again the value of having high-quality health care that is accessible and close to home. Through the years, the Emergency Department of Emanate Health Queen of the Valley Hospital has been there for the Fishers in times of need — and has never disappointed.
Emanate Health Foundation Board Trustee Pat Serio is a woman before her time whose success was won against all odds.
Mr. Nash could have had a permanent disability and now his life is back to normal. “It’s like a miracle,” he says. “One day I couldn’t speak and now I can drive, I can dance. Thank you very much to everyone at Queen of the Valley Hospital. You’re my heroes.”
William and Eboni were talking one day and Eboni mentioned that she was getting a cold. Later that night she got a fever. It turned into pneumonia, then to double pneumonia. She went to the hospital, was admitted and found out that she had COVID.