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Fall 2022

Choose Hoag. You’ll feel better immediately.

Know What to Ask to Ensure Your Access to Hoag Asking the right questions during Open Enrollment can help you avoid unexpected surprises. Starting on January 1, 2023, access to elective services at Hoag facilities may be limited for commercial HMO and Medicare Advantage members assigned to a Greater Newport Physicians (GNP) primary care physician. … Read More

Fall 2022

Renowned Physicians

Physician leaders from the nation’s most prestigious academic medical institutions are joining Hoag to bring leading-edge advancements to you and your family. This means your Hoag-affiliated Primary Care Physician is your link to some of the nation’s most recognized specialists in the country. When medical situations arise, you want to know that you have access … Read More

Fall 2022

Top Primary Care Physicians

Hoag has recently expanded to serve the community and is proud to introduce our newest Primary Care Physicians. These physicians are currently accepting new patients and scheduling appointments. “I aim to be a resource to my patients and provide education. This results in a successful doctor-patient relationship that allows us to reach the patient’s health … Read More

Fall 2022

Convenient Locations and State-of-the-Art Facilities

Where is Hoag? Wherever you need us. Orange County’s most trusted name in health care is also the most accessible. With two hospital campuses in Newport Beach and Irvine, 15 urgent care centers, 10 health & wellness centers and 400+ physician offices throughout the county, Hoag offers high-quality care where you need it, when you … Read More

Fall 2022

Leading-Edge Technology

When describing their approach to patient care, Hoag’s renowned specialists like to refer to the “tools” in their “toolbox.” These tools include expertise and compassion, and the collaborative nature of Hoag’s institutes. Of course, sometimes “tools” literally mean tools. Hoag has invested in the most state-of-the-art technology available to give our patients the edge over … Read More

Fall 2022

Lifelong Care, for Generations

Gina was born at Hoag more than 50 years ago, and though she spent much of her childhood bouncing around the country, she returned to Newport Beach right after high school to live with her grandmother. As a college student, Gina was her grandmother’s caregiver, taking her to doctor’s appointments, hospital visits and the occasional … Read More

Fall 2022

Top Care in Orange County

Renowned specialists from around the country are increasingly making Hoag their professional home, which means you don’t need to travel to find the sophisticated, specialized care you need. It has already come to you. Hoag recently became one of only 429 hospitals out of more than 6,000 nationwide and the only hospital in Orange County … Read More

Fall 2022

World-Class Cancer Care

From our leading-edge Molecular Therapy and Imaging Program and groundbreaking work in genomic medicine, to our advanced clinical trials and innovative technology, and dermatologic surgery, as part of Hoag’s Melanoma Program, Hoag strives to make cancer more preventable, treatable and beatable for patients. “Our patients drive us to seek out the most advanced therapies and … Read More

Fall 2022

Hoag’s Comprehensive Maternal Care

When women in Orange County consider starting a family, many choose a doctor based on their affiliation with Hoag. It’s easy to see why. Hoag offers the most patient-centric birthing experience in Orange County. Hoag is also here for the things that few expecting moms can plan for. At her regular six-month prenatal appointment, Jessica … Read More

Fall 2022

Q: What can I do to prevent bladder cancer? Are there new treatments on the horizon?

A: Bladder cancer is a common cancer affecting approximately 80,000 individuals in the United States yearly. Risk factors for bladder cancer include smoking, exposure to certain workplace chemicals and toxins, age (commonly diagnosed over the age of 55), chronic bladder infections as well as a family history of bladder cancer. Bladder cancer can often begin … Read More