Providence Health & Services, California

Providence Health & Services, Southern California, is a not-for-profit Catholic health care ministry committed to providing for the needs of the communities we serve — especially the poor and vulnerable. The region serves the South Bay, Westside and the Greater San Fernando Valley Area, operating six award-winning medical centers, a comprehensive network of physician offices, long-term care, home care and hospice, urgent care centers and Providence High School.

At Providence, we’re dedicated to quality, compassionate care for all. The Providence medical centers and medical groups provide a full continuum of health care services. Continuing a Tradition of Excellence.

Experience Courage - Ethel's Story

Ethel Smith had the courage to fight her battle with cancer along with a comprehensive team of oncologists and caregivers at Providence, and today Ethel is a cancer survivor. Watch Ethel's full story.

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Experience Life - Ken's Story

Ken's life was saved after a routine heart screening found he had major blockages in all of his coronary arteries. Within six months after his surgery, he was out enjoying life again. Watch Ken's full story.

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Medicare Education

Understanding your Medicare plan options can give you peace of mind.
Come to a FREE Medicare informational meeting and learn about your choices.
ANNUAL ENROLLMENT IS OCT. 15 - DEC. 7, 2014.

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In the News

Providence Health & Services, Southern California Among the Nation’s Best for Clinical Outcomes: Healthgrades Study

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  • Oncology Visionary: Dr. Donald L. Morton

    In his long career, Dr. Morton has made significant contributions in two distinct fields: surgical oncology research and surgical fellowship training. On the research side, he devised a procedure that has become the standard of care for melanoma and breast cancer. He was also a pioneer in the development of cancer vaccines. On the education side, he has worked hard to establish the next generation of surgical oncologists, training more than 135 fellows. Read more
  • Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation Awarded Grant to Help Insure More Californians

    Funding to Educate Public about Covered California Insurance Options
    The Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation was awarded a $183,342 grant this week by Covered California as part of a statewide outreach campaign to attract consumers to the insurance exchange made possible through the federal Affordable Care Act. Read more
  • Providence Saint John’s Health Center Selects Marcel Loh as Chief Executive

    Providence Health & Services and the Saint John’s Health Center Board of Trustees announced today Marcel Loh is the new chief executive for Providence Saint John’s Health Center and the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Read more
  • Oncology Visionary: Dr. Donald L. Morton

    In his long career, Dr. Morton has made significant contributions in two distinct fields: surgical oncology research and surgical fellowship training. On the research side, he devised a procedure that has become the standard of care for melanoma and breast cancer. He was also a pioneer in the development of cancer vaccines. On the education side, he has worked hard to establish the next generation of surgical oncologists, training more than 135 fellows. Read more
  • Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation Awarded Grant to Help Insure More Californians

    Funding to Educate Public about Covered California Insurance Options
    The Providence Little Company of Mary Foundation was awarded a $183,342 grant this week by Covered California as part of a statewide outreach campaign to attract consumers to the insurance exchange made possible through the federal Affordable Care Act. Read more
  • Providence Saint John’s Health Center Selects Marcel Loh as Chief Executive

    Providence Health & Services and the Saint John’s Health Center Board of Trustees announced today Marcel Loh is the new chief executive for Providence Saint John’s Health Center and the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Read more