MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center
|Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years||Yes|
|Employer Identification Number||33-0687414 00001|
Mission StatementMORE »
To improve the health and well being of individuals, families and our communities.
To improve the health and well being of individuals, families and our communities.
Orange Coast Medical Center is currently focused on several initiatives to improve our patients' wellness and access to care. Specific programs in need of funding include:
- Emergency Department Expansion: designed to double our current footprint to provide more access to emergency care for the critically ill and injured members of our community.
- Oncology: funding to support our ongoing resources for patients from prevention, education and diagnosis to survivorship for both our MemorialCare Cancer Institute and our MemorialCare Breast Center at Orange Coast Medical Center.
- Nursing: funding to support ongoing nursing education, research programs and patient services.
- Cardiology: funding to support innovative procedures and programs such as our Cardiac Rehabilitation Program and a Congestive Heart Failure Education Program.
In addition to specific funding opportunities, Orange Coast Medical Center relies on the generous support of donors to support our ongoing reinvestment of revenues into new equipment, facilities, training and patient care.
MemorialCare is a nonprofit integrated healthcare delivery system that includes leading hospitals - Long Beach Medical Center, Miller Children’s & Women's Hospital Long Beach, Orange Coast Medical Center and Saddleback Medical Center; award-winning medical groups—MemorialCare Medical Group and Greater Newport Physicians; Seaside Health Plan; and convenient outpatient health centers, imaging centers, breast centers, surgical centers, and dialysis centers throughout Orange and Los Angeles Counties. We are dedicated to the pursuit of best practice medicine. Our physicians and staff members study the most effective treatments and work to implement them at all our locations. The results are outcomes that frequently exceed state and national averages. For our patients and families, this means a superior choice of health care services.
North Orange County
Central Orange County
As a nonprofit community hospital, serving the Southern California cities of Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Garden Grove, Anaheim, Santa Ana and the greater Orange County area, Orange Coast Medical Center is a unique provider of acute and critical care.
As the region’s population has matured and grown, so has the need for 24/7 emergency care.
There has been a 42% increase in the number of visits to our emergency department in the past ten years. We now treat more than 35,000 critically ill and injured patients annually in a space that was originally built over 30 years ago. Of those seen, 33% are admitted to the hospital. This sharp upward trend of emergency department visits is expected to continue as the number of elderly residents facing health issues in our service area increases.
To meet this demand, OCMC has embarked on a comprehensive expansion of our emergency department. This much-needed enhancement will double the capacity of our existing department, accelerate "door-to-doctor" treatment times and increase the privacy we offer our patients.
|Category||Health Care, General/Other Emergency Services, Hospital-Based|
|Program Short-Term Success||
In the short term, the existing Emergency Department will remain open to the community.
|Program Long-Term Success||
This major expansion project will enable us to keep pace with our community's increasing demand for emergency services well into the future.
Key features of the new Emergency Pavilion and their anticipated benefits to patients include:
|Program Success Monitored By||
Completion of the expanded Pavilion will be our measure of success.
|Examples of Program Success||
We will be able to provide examples of increased patient throughput and reduced time on diversion.
|CEO/Executive Director||Marcia Manker|
|CEO Term Start||2002|
|CEO Email||[email protected]|
|Best Hospital in Orange County||Orange County Register||2017|
|Best Regional Hospital||U.S. News & World Report||2017|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2017|
|Best Hospital in Orange County||Orange County Register||2016|
|Best Regional Hospital||U.S. News & World Report||2016|
|Magnet® Recognition||American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)||2016|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2016|
|"A" Hospital Safety Score||The Leapfrog Group||2015|
|Best Hospital in Orange County||Orange County Register||2015|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2015|
|"A" Hospital Safety Score||The Leapfrog Group||2014|
|Best Hospital in Orange County||Orange County Register||2014|
|Best Regional Hospital||U.S. News & World Report||2014|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2014|
|"A" Hospital Safety Score||The Leapfrog Group||2013|
|Best Regional Hospital||U.S. News & World Report||2013|
|Gold Seal of Approval Accredited Hospital||Joint Commission||2013|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2013|
|"A" Hospital Safety Score||The Leapfrog Group||2012|
|Best Regional Hospital||U.S. News & World Report||2012|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2012|
|Accredited Breast Center||National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers||2011|
|Breast Imaging Center of Excellence||American College of Radiology||2011|
|Top Workplace||Orange County Register||2011|
|External Assessment or Accreditation||Year|
|American College of Surgeons||2011|
|Number of Full Time Staff||992|
|Number of Part Time Staff||195|
|Number of Volunteers||215|
|Number of Contract Staff||289|
|Staff Retention Rate %||--|
|Staff Professional Development||Yes|
|Ethnicity||African American/Black: --
Asian American/Pacific Islander: --
Native American/American Indian: --
Other (if specified): --
Not Specified --
|Organization has Fundraising Plan?||--|
|Organization has Strategic Plan?||--|
|Years Strategic Plan Considers||--|
|Management Succession Plan||--|
|Organization Policies And Procedures||--|
|Business Continuity of Operations Plan||--|
|Whistle Blower Policy||--|
|Document Destruction Policy||--|
|Directors and Officers Insurance Policy||--|
|Management Reports to Board?||--|
|CEO Formal Evaluation and Frequency||-- --|
|Senior Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency||-- --|
|Non Management Formal Evaluation and Frequency||-- --|
|Board Chair||Teresa Evans|
|Board Chair Company Affiliation||Owner and CEO, Tri-Delta Management, Inc.|
|Board Chair Term||July 2018 - June 2020|
|Board Co-Chair Company Affiliation||--|
|Board Co-Chair Term||-|
|Barry Arbuckle PhD||President and CEO, MemorialCare Health System||Voting|
|Sharon Cheever||Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Pacific Life Insurance Company||Voting|
|Teresa Evans||Owner and CEO, Tri-Delta Management, Inc.||Voting|
|Thomas Feldmar||Former Chairman, Trench Plate Rental Company||Voting|
|James W. Gauss||Partner, Healthcare and Board Services, Witt/Kieffer||Voting|
|Tim Helgeson||Senior Vice President, Asset Management, KBS Realty Advisors||Voting|
|Julio Ibarra MD||Medical Director of Pathology, Orange Coast Medical Center||Voting|
|Lalita Komanapalli MD||Internal Medicine Physician, MemorialCare Medical Group||Voting|
|Joel Lautenschleger||Partner, Center Street Partners||Voting|
|Donna Rane-Szoztak EdD||Dean, Health Sciences and Human Services, Saddleback College||Voting|
|Tom Rogers||Former Executive Vice President and Regional Manager, City National Bank||Voting|
|Lawrence Tran MD||Physician, Internal Medicine, Saddleback Medical Group||Voting|
|Myron Wacholder MD||Physician and Former Chief Executive Officer, MedAmerica||Voting|
|Ethnicity||African American/Black: 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander: 1
Native American/American Indian: 0
Other (if specified): 1
Not Specified 0
|Board Term Lengths||3|
|Board Term Limits||3|
|Board Meeting Attendance %||--|
|Written Board Selection Criteria||--|
|Written Conflict Of Interest Policy||--|
|Percentage of Monetary Contributions||--|
|Percentage of In-Kind Contributions||--|
|Fiscal Year||July 01, 2018 to June 30, 2019|
|IRS Letter of Exemption|
|Indirect Public Support||--||--||--|
|Investment Income, Net of Losses||$1,819,819||$1,919,818||$1,605,327|
|Payments to Affiliates||--||--||--|
|Total Revenue/Total Expenses||1.04||1.06||1.06|
|Program Expense/Total Expenses||91%||91%||89%|
|Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue||0%||0%||0%|
|Total Net Assets||$1,713,395,394||$1,633,219,236||$1,505,646,507|
|Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities||3.80||3.46||1.49|
|Long-term Liabilities/Total Assets||1%||1%||6%|
|Are you currently in a Capital Campaign?||Yes|
|Capital Campaign Purpose||OCMC is seeking capital funding to support the expansion of our Emergency Department.|
|Capital Campaign Dates||2013 - 2019|
|Capital Campaign Raised-to-Date Amount||$1,300,000.00|
|Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years?||--|
Summary financial data is per the form 990s and consultation with the organization. Foundation/corporate and individual contributions are combined under Foundation and Corporation Contributions.
|No Other Documents currently available.|