MemorialCare Grant Program

MemorialCare provides financial support to local nonprofit public health and human service organizations that serve vulnerable communities in our service areas. These projects align with our Community Benefit priorities based on the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Our grant application process is now open. Please access the grant application document and instructions for each hospital campus below. If you have questions about the grant application, please view our Grant Program Tutorial videos below.

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Orange Coast Medical Center Grant Application

Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from Orange Coast Medical Center. Please read and follow the application instructions carefully.

Orange Coast Medical Center Grant Application 

Please send your completed application and all supporting documents to Beth Hambelton at bhambelton@memorialcare.org by Aug. 13, 2021. 

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Saddleback Medical Center Grant Application

Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from Saddleback Medical Center. Please read and follow the application instructions carefully.

Saddleback Medical Center Grant Application

Please send your completed application and all supporting documents to Jan Gameroz at jgameroz@memorialcare.org by Aug. 13, 2021. 

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Long Beach Medical Center Grant Application

Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from Long Beach Medical Center. Please read and follow the application instructions carefully.

Long Beach Medical Center Grant Application.

Please submit a detailed project budget with your application. Send the completed application and budget to Melissa Biel by Aug. 16, 2021.

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Miller Children's & Women's Grant Application

Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant from Miller Children's & Women's. Please read and follow the application instructions carefully.

Miller Children's & Women's Grant Application.

Please submit a detailed project budget with your application. Send the completed application and budget to Melissa Biel by Aug. 16, 2021.

Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Strategy

We welcome feedback on any of MemorialCare's Community Health Needs Assessments and Implementation Strategies. Please send your feedback to communitybenefit@memorialcare.org.

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FY19

Each MemorialCare Medical Center conducted a community health needs assessment (CHNA) in FY19. This CHNA meets the California state law and the federal requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010. The CHNA incorporates secondary data from existing sources such CA data sources, cancer registry, benchmark comparison data that measure community data findings with Healthy People 2020 objectives, and the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), and primary data collection from community members and identified key informants who represent the medically underserved, low-income, minority populations, and populations with chronic disease. Through an examination and review of these data, health needs were identified. The health needs were prioritized through a structured process using defined criteria. This Implementation Strategy addresses the health needs identified through the CHNA.

CHNA Implementation Strategy FY19
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FY16

Each MemorialCare Medical Center conducted a community health needs assessment (CHNA) in FY16. This CHNA meets the California state law and the federal requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010. The CHNA incorporates secondary data from existing sources such as the 2010 Census, cancer registry and the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), and primary data collection from community members and identified key informants who represent the medically underserved, low-income, minority populations, and populations with chronic disease. Through an examination and review of these data, health needs were identified. The health needs were prioritized through a structured process using defined criteria. This Implementation Strategy addresses the health needs identified through the CHNA.

CHNA Implementation Strategy FY16
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FY13

Each MemorialCare Medical Center conducted a community health needs assessment (CHNA) in FY13. This CHNA meets the California state law and the federal requirements under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 2010. The CHNA incorporates secondary data from existing sources such as the 2010 Census, cancer registry and the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), and primary data collection from community members and identified key informants who represent the medically underserved, low-income, minority populations, and populations with chronic disease. Through an examination and review of these data, health needs were identified. The health needs were prioritized through a structured process using defined criteria. This Implementation Strategy addresses the health needs identified through the CHNA.

CHNA Implementation Strategy FY13