Good Samaritan Hospital's Mother and Baby Care Campaign
Because We Care for Your Baby as Our Own
Established in 1989, The Davajan-Cabal Center for Perinatal Medicine, affiliated with the USC School of Medicine, is one of Good Samaritan Hospitals Centers of Excellence. It is dedicated to providing mothers and babies with outstanding, comprehensive maternity services.
In the past 25 years nearly 100,000 babies have been born in the Center, making it one of the busiest labor and delivery departments in the Los Angeles area. The Center was proud to welcome approximately 4000 babies into the world in 2013 – each baby uniquely precious and deserving the best.
Your help is needed. Beginning in 2014, The Mother and Baby Care Campaign will raise $3.3 million, to continue Good Samaritan’s tradition of caring through the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment, improving its perinatal facilities and by enhancing its ability to provide the highest standard of clinical care in the Davajan-Cabal Center for Perinatal Medicine. This project will dramatically transform patient care and services for our smallest, most fragile patients, pregnant women and their families.
Your support will be an investment
in the young lives that will eventually shape the future of our communities.
From birth, to illness, to life-threatening emergency, Good Samaritan has been here for its communities since 1885. Caring community partners have been here for Good Samaritan, as well … standing beside it, working with it to provide world-class health care close to home. Together, the hospital and its communities continue to build for the future.
Please view our Mother and Baby Care Campaign brochure.