Saddleback Medical Center always has items in need of support. The equipment and programs listed below enable our nonprofit hospital to remain at the leading edge of health care.

Catheterization Lab: $3.0 M
Cardiovascular Services
Major renovation project to replace equipment is vital for meeting the increased demand for minimally invasive cardiovascular procedures, include TAVR, TCAR and the WATCHMAN.

Tomosynthesis Mammography Equipment

3D Mammography: $425,000
Breast Center at Saddleback
State-of-the-art tomosynthesis technology for high-resolution, 3D images that provide more accurate results

Giraffe Ominbed Carestation (12 needed): $22,000 each
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Current equipment needs replacing with new stations that provide advanced features and technology to create newborn microenvironment

Arctic Sun: $53,331
Intensive Care Unit
Temperature-management system modulates temperature with precision; cooling often used to help prevent brain damage after someone has been resuscitated following cardiac arrest

Avery Rocker (12 needed): $2,100 each
Labor, Delivery, Recovery & Postpartum
Rockers for new mom are needing replacement

Sim Junior Simulator: $44,653
Inservice Education
An interactive pediatric simulator that allows clinical staff to practice and learn clinical skills relating to small adults or children.

Kangaroo Recliner/ Rocker (2 needed): $9,114
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Specially designed recliners that support the natural skin-to-skin bonding experience known as "kangaroo care" between parents and newborn.

Hospice & Palliative Care
Staff training and programmatic support for care of patients with serious or terminal illness

Patient Care Navigator Program
These specially trained staff members help patients coordinate care with each medical specialty to make treatment plans go smoother.

Nursing Education: $1,000 – $5,000
Supporting continuous education and certification for Saddleback Medical Center nursing staff.

Interpreter on Wheels (4 needed): $1,375 each
Breast Center
Video remote interpreting service that helps patients and staff overcome a language barrier with a medical interpreter who are on call at all times.

If you are interested in supporting any of the programs or items above, please call Saddleback Medical Center Foundation at (949) 452-3724.