Valley Presbyterian Hospital Foundation

  • CA


15107 Vanowen Street
MOB- Ste. 302
Van Nuys
United States

About Us

Valley Presbyterian Hospital Foundation is a division of Valley Presbyterian Hospital and is engaged in meeting the philanthropic needs of Valley Presbyterian Hospital located in Van Nuys, California. In order to strengthen the Foundation's capacity and expertise, we are currently seeking individuals to serve as a members of the Foundation Board of Trustees. The Foundation brings together a diverse combination of business experience and dynamic community leadership talent. The Foundation Board of Trustees is entrusted with the development, oversight, management and successful execution of the Foundation's strategic plan to ensure philanthropic support of Valley Presbyterian Hospital. Trustees share a common purpose and enthusiasm for the mission of Valley Presbyterian Hospital.

At a time when many hospitals have closed or merged with large corporate entities to ensure their survival, Valley Presbyterian Hospital continues to maintain its distinction as the only full-service, non-sectarian, not-for-profit, independent, acute care hospital in the San Fernando Valley.

Licensed for 350 inpatient beds, Valley Presbyterian provides a full range of medical, surgical, maternity and children's services, including 62 beds for critical care (Adult Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). The medical staff has grown to 502 physicians representing 50 medical specialties. More than 1,200 employees serve as vital members of the patient care team creating a partnership with our physicians to provide outstanding health care to the community. Over 150 adult and student volunteers perform a wide array of services, which significantly help to improve overall Hospital operations.

Mission Statement

Valley Presbyterian Hospital exists to improve the quality of health care provided to our community within an environment of dignity, respect and compassion, while addressing diverse cultural needs and applying human and financial resources as prudently as possible.

Skills Each Trustee must have a commitment to quality healthcare in its broadest sense to make a difference in the lives of the people and communites we serve. Individuals with innate leadership, management and interpersonal skills, able to participate in a collaborative group effort .