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Extending Compassionate Care to Fullerton’s Homeless

Carrie DeLaurie works for a hospital, but her work – and her passion – takes her to parks, bus stations and local shelters …
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Relieving poverty and thriving at any age

At 70 years old, Georgina Miranda is still dancing, jumping and twirling in her weekly Zumba class. In fact, in the past year, she’s rarely missed a class …
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Our starting point for better health

Community Health Needs Assessments help us understand top health priorities of those who are poor and vulnerable …
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About Providence St. Joseph Health in Southern California

PSJH Southern California is a not-for-profit Catholic health network of 13 hospitals, approximately 90 clinics, TrinityCare Hospice and its TrinityKids Care pediatric hospice, Providence High School, home health care services, eight wellness centers and numerous physician groups. Together these ministries generate $7.5 billion in net revenue and have approximately 35,000 employees – called caregivers – and nearly 5,200 physicians on staff. PSH Southern California is part of Providence St. Joseph Health, a health system of 111,000 caregivers serving in 51 hospitals, 829 clinics and a comprehensive range of services across Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington. PSJH strives to increase access to health care and bring quality, compassionate care to those we serve, with a focus on those most in need.