State-of-the-Art Renovations Are Allowing Hoag to Reach New Heights
Across Hoag, philanthropic funds are helping to support the renovation of key facilities, making high-quality care more accessible and convenient for both patients and physicians collaborating on the treatment of complex diseases.
General William Lyon Leadership Center Unites Hoag’s Leading Thinkers
Opening this spring, the General William Lyon Leadership Center will serve as a collaborative space for Hoag’s executive leadership and physicians to meet, envision and strategize on new and existing health care initiatives for the community. In honor of General William Lyon’s legacy of integrity and commitment to the community, every aspect of the space—from the architecture to carefully selected materials and furnishings—has been designed to inspire exceptional work and enhance creativity and innovation. When complete, the building will feature a boardroom and conference rooms equipped with the latest technology, executive offices, a meeting space for educational events and informal gatherings and so much more.
Designing and Building the Future of Integrated Digestive Health
Earlier this month, Hoag celebrated the opening of the new Digestive Health Center at 500 Superior Avenue in Newport Beach. Thanks to philanthropic support, the Digestive Health Center is increasing access to vital digestive health services for patients and families throughout Orange County. Modern, nature-inspired spaces, state-of-the-art exam rooms and collaborative workstations are enabling physicians and staff to work together to create a comprehensive and personalized care journey for each patient.
Defining Cancer Care for Patients Throughout Orange County and Beyond
Renovations at the Patty & George Hoag Cancer Center, fully operational in February 2023, include a newly designed infusion center, 26 infusion chairs for increased efficiency of care and added privacy, a dedicated lab for Hoag’s growing clinical trial team, eight full-time and eight visiting physician offices, and 27 new high-tech and high-touch exam rooms. A total of $8 million in philanthropic funds have made these renovations possible, enhancing Hoag’s commitment to exceptional and compassionate cancer care. Recruiting and retaining nationally recognized cancer experts, the Hoag Family Cancer Institute continues to define the future of cancer care through subspecialized programs for a range of malignancies.
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