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Recognizing Visionary Donors

Hoag Health Center Irvine is the culmination of the talent, passion and vision of many caring and committed people. Hoag extends our sincere appreciation to the early philanthropic investors who stepped forward to support outstanding care in the Irvine community. Philanthropy will continue to drive Hoag’s ability to deliver the next generation of care while maintaining and enhancing the Hoag experience for every patient and family. In appreciation, Hoag recognizes the following donors:

  • Ginger and Bob Juneman made a $1,000,000 estate gift to support the Hoag Irvine Campus. Hoag has named the Ginger & Bob Juneman Pavilion at Hoag Health Center Irvine in recognition.
  • Otis Healy made a $250,000 gift to support Hoag Family Cancer Institute in Irvine. In gratitude, Hoag named the Healy Family Conference Room.
  • A generous anonymous donor made a recent gift of $250,000 to support Hoag Family Cancer Institute services at Hoag Health Center Irvine.
  • A generous anonymous donor directed $250,000 to supportPickup Family Neurosciences Institute at Hoag Health Center Irvine.
  • Hoag Hospital Foundation Board member Kathie Armstrong, and her husband Dwight, have made the first gift to Hoag Women’s Health Institute in Irvine.
  • VIZIO donated state-of-the-art TVs for the campus.

Today and going forward, philanthropy plays a critical role in Hoag’s ability to push past limits. Hoag is deeply grateful for the generosity and foresight of donors who support Hoag Irvine through gifts to Hoag Promise, Our Campaign to Lead, Innovate & Transform. With a goal of $627 million, the promise of the comprehensive campaign is to drive Hoag’s continued clinical leadership, innovative spirit and transformative potential.