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.
Mr. King has consistently contributed to Emanate Health Hospice for the last 10 years since his wife’s death. Clearly, he is a strong believer in the value of hospice for families.
There are usually one of two outcomes when a patient arrives in Mike’s condition: brain damage or death. He had been about five minutes away from a different fate. According to Mike, “Somebody was watching over me that night. I decided that I wanted to give something back to the hospital.”
LeeAnne Brennan, a retired resident, has sewn 700 masks at home to help protect the health care workers of Emanate Health’s three hospitals and hospice.
Learn how you can save on taxes, give from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) and support Emanate Health Foundation for the end of 2020.
More than 400 individuals, businesses and community organizations have contributed cash or in-kind gifts toward COVID-19 relief. You can still help to support Emanate Health care workers by donating to the COVID-19 Relief Fund.
Emanate Health is grateful to receive a generous donation of 200 face shields from Team 968 RAWC, the robotics team of West Covina High School.
Emanate Health has its own thrift shop that offers quality clothing and small household items at bargain prices. Located in Covina, the Bargain Box is operated by the Emanate Health Inter-Community Hospital Auxiliary.