Providence Tarzana Foundation enables the medical center to keep pace with advances in lifesaving technology while responding to the unique needs of our San Fernando Valley communities. Through the generosity of our neighbors, our foundation will continue to ensure that our Medical Center remains a place of hope to all who come to us in need.
Providence Tarzana Medical Center has served our growing San Fernando Valley community since 1973. Our 249-bed hospital is known as a leading source for quality care, providing emergency care and performing advanced surgical procedures to improve our patients’ health. Our medical center has been recognized as a Healthgrades 100 Best Hospitals Award™ for two years in a row and is a recipient of the Distinguished Hospital Award – Clinical Excellence™ for four years in a row. Designated as a Pediatric Medical Center, Providence Tarzana is certified to treat critically ill children transported by the 911 emergency medical services system.
As a non-profit organization, we rely on community philanthropy as we strive for excellence in all that we do – and to provide the best care possible to the patients and families we serve.
Your contributions enable us to purchase essential medical equipment and keep pace with technology, to improve our programs and facilities, and to offer valuable clinical education for our nurses and caregivers of all kinds.
Your generosity enables our doctors, nurses and clinicians to provide the highest quality care to thousands of patients in their hour of need. Our mission to provide compassionate service to all who need it is possible because of the support we receive from friends like you.
A few of the important needs at Providence Tarzana we are so grateful to be able to meet with your gifts include:
- Clinical education and professional training for nurses and other medical center staff
- A hypothermic temperature management system for patients whose body temperatures must be cooled to help ensure their survival and recovery
- AccuVeins (vein illuminators) for the ER, pediatrics, PICU and NICU
- A specially equipped stretcher scale for the ER, with a dual display that can be used for a variety of patients
- Cryostat to be used by pathologists for frozen sections on specimens obtained during surgery
- Building the new Mozilo Family Foundation Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Providence Tarzana Foundation
18321 Clark Street
Tarzana, CA 91356
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Providence Tarzana Reimagined
Providence Tarzana Medical Center, ranked among the nation’s top 100 hospitals, will invest more than $540 million to build a new, state-of-the-art patient care wing, featuring all private rooms and a new emergency department, as part of a major redevelopment of the medical center campus.
The project plan also includes improvements to the existing 33-bed Women’s Pavilion, new neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and calls for expanded diagnostic and treatment areas, an enhanced lobby and visitor reception area, and an additional parking structure added to the site. Construction on the campus has begun and will continue until opening in 2021.