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Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide: Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach

Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach: 2801 Atlantic Ave. Long Beach, CA, 90806

millerchildrens.org

Mission Statement:

Miller Children’s & Women’s is dedicated to improving the health of children, families and the community through patient care, education and research.

Service Area:

Because children’s hospitals are unique, they serve larger geographic regions than adult hospitals. Miller Children’s & Women’s treats more than 8,000 children each year and provides services for more than 65,000 children who require specialized care in the outpatient setting throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

Leadership

Executive Leadership

John Bishop

CEO, Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach

Board of Directors

Joel F. Brodsky, DDS, MS

Brodsky Orthodontics

Lisa Chapman

UBS Financial Services

Joe Cristina

Retired Executive,

Mattel, Inc.

Gary DeLong

The RTP Group

John Fielder

Retired President, Southern California Edison

Robert Funari

NxStage Medical

Randy Gordon

Former President & CEO, Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce

Mari Hooper

Philanthropist

Katherine Keesal

Sotheby’s International Realty

Susan LaPutz

Windes Tax Services

Walter Larkins

Sapphire RCMS, LLC

John Mehigan

Regency Centers

Kevin Peterson

P2S Engineering

Lynne Pillsbury

Philanthropist

Gary L. Van Arnam

Northern Trust

John C. Wang

PCRS Corporation

James Wells, MD

Philanthropist

Sandy Wells

Philanthropist

Joe Zucchero

Philanthropist Randy Gordon

Philanthropist

Fast Facts:

• Miller Children’s & Women’s is one of only eight full-service, free-standing children’s hospitals

in California, and one of only two in Los Angeles County.

• Miller Children’s & Women’s is the only hospital in Los Angeles and Orange Counties that keep

mom and baby together under one roof, which is especially important in high risk or emergent

situations. The “Women’s” in the name represents the more than 5,500 women each year who

trust Miller Children’s & Women’s to safely deliver their baby.

What percentage of total revenue goes to cause (after operation expenses)?

100%

What was your greatest community impact in 2020?

Thanks to the immense community support, Miller Children’s & Women’s was prepared and able

to continue providing care to patients in the midst of COVID-19. Many supplies were donated to the hospital, as well as staff during the pandemic.

Fundraising Events (or Areas of Funding):

• Due to COVID-19, events benefiting Miller Children’s & Women’s have been postponed

until further notice.

• Fundraising efforts continue into 2021 to support the opening of the Children’s Village, which

will allow families to see their specialty physicians, as well as access a variety of health services

including a pharmacy, rehabilitation therapies and imaging.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Due to COVID-19, all volunteer opportunities at Miller Children’s & Women’s have been suspended

until further notice.

Giving Opportunities:

• Cherese Mari Laulhere BirthCare Center

• Cherese Mari Laulhere Children’s Village

• Cherese Mari Laulhere Child Life Program

• Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Institute

• Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Goals for 2021:

• To substantially reach the fundraising goal to benefit the Cherese Mari Laulhere Children’s Village.

• To increase awareness and community support of the Children’s Village.

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