Providence Holy Cross Medical Center was founded in 1961 to provide healing and health care to the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Simi valleys.
A 377-bed, not-for-profit facility, the medical center offers both inpatient and outpatient health services, including a state-of-the-art cancer center, a heart center, orthopedics, neurosciences and rehabilitation services, women's and children's services, as well as providing our communities with a Level II Trauma Center.
Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, strategically located near the intersections of the 405, 5, 118 and 210 freeways, serves both the North San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys. We offer a full continuum of health care, from inpatient and outpatient services to home health care, health education and community outreach programs.
The talented senior leadership team at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is comprised of experts in the health care industry all of whom have worked in the field for many years. Our leadership team includes experts in health care administration as well as in the clinical setting. Each comes with their own unique set of knowledge and expertise bringing together a dynamic cohesive team; several have been with the Providence Health & Services system for many years and are well respected for their work. Our leadership team members come from a variety of backgrounds, which helps Providence Holy Cross connect with its very diverse population base. In addition to their skills in fiscal responsibility, they have provided key leadership in achieving Magnet Status and receiving multiple awards for excellent patient care. Their leadership is exhibited in our quality and compassionate nursing care, and the overall high quality of performance from our clinicians and supporting staff.
Bernie Klein, Chief Executive
Dr. Bernie Klein is the chief executive at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center. Dr. Klein has worked with the Providence Health & Services organization for seven years. Prior to his interim position, he served as the chief medical officer for Providence Holy Cross where he facilitated and organized resources in support of clinical quality, accreditation and overall performance improvement/operational excellence.
Dr. Klein is a board certified internal medicine physician. He attended medical school at the University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School and completed his residency at UCLA/Harbor General Hospital Medical Center. He also completed a one-year internal medicine fellowship at the UCLA/West Los Angeles Veterans Administration Medical Center. He received his Masters of Business Administration from the Goizueta Business School at Emory University.
- Rex Hoffman, MD, Chief Medical Officer
- Jodi Hein, Chief Nursing Officer
- Glenn Bales, Chief Financial Officer
- D.W. Donovan, Chief Mission Leader
- Michelle Barritt, Chief Philanthropy Officer
- Sheril Garzon, Executive Director - Quality and Risk Management
- Jennifer Gonzalez, Communications Manager
- Douglas Ziegeler, Executive Director - Strategy and Business Development
- Omaran Abdeen, MD
- Margarita Hernandez, SP
- Ruth Irwin
- Karl Keeler
- Bernie Klein, MD
- Manzar Kuraishi, MD
- Sr. Rosa Nguyen, SP
- Gerald Puchlik
- Brian Reitz
- Peter Richman, MD
- Christine Schaeffer, PhD
- Judie Wilke
- Shahan Yacoubian, MD
The Magnet Recognition Program®, an impressive and important designation, brings national recognition to our hospital with a nursing staff that is among the best in the nation. Only the top five percent of the 5,000 hospitals in the United States have received Magnet Status; Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is one of the smallest hospitals in California to receive this distinction and the only Magnet Hospital in the Greater San Fernando Valley.
Nursing excellence continues to be a major focus at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center. And nurses are a key part of our hospital’s decision-making as we manage healthcare reform and its focus on quality, affordability and access.
Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, historically, has a strong culture that provides the ability to adapt to change and move forward with innovative ideas. Shrinking financial resources, regionalization of operations within Providence's Southern California facilities and more regulatory requirements have increased our commitment to patient quality and care.
With the support from our leadership team, we continue to live up to our honor as a Magnet Hospital and our focus on excellent patient care provided by our nurses and physicians.
- Get with the Guidelines® Stroke Quality Measures Gold Plus Quality Achievement with Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes Honor Rolls
- DNV GL - Healthcare
- Certified as a Comprehensive Stroke Center
- Gold Seal of Approval™ from The Joint Commission for Primary Stroke Centers
- Designated Blue Distinction® Center for Knee and Hip Replacement
- Designated Blue Distinction® Center for Spine Surgery
- American Cancer Society Affiliated
- American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Accreditation
- Lung Cancer Alliance Screening Center of Excellence
- Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Patient Champion
- Best Places to Work™ in Healthcare
- California Children’s Services (CCS) Special Hospital and Community Neonatal Intensive Care Designations
- CARF Accredited - Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities