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Mission Hospital Foundation Establishes Mission Cup and Honors Richard Gordinier

06/09/2015

The Mission Cup recognizes community members who go “above and beyond” in service to the hospital.

Laguna Beach, CA – Mission Hospital Foundation is proud to announce that Laguna Beach resident Richard Gordinier is the first recipient of the Mission Cup. The Mission Cup was recently established to recognize members of the Mission Hospital Foundation Board of Directors for outstanding commitment and service.

“The foundation is deeply indebted and extremely grateful to each and every Board Member for the many and varied contributions to our work and the fulfillment of our mission to improve the health of our community,” said Cathleen A. Collins, chief development officer for Mission Hospital Foundation. “To help convey our appreciation, we have created the first ever Mission Cup to be awarded to a Board member who goes above and beyond in their service to Mission Hospital.”

Since his first connection with Mission Hospital in June 2012, Richard has shared tireless support for our ministry. He serves as a consummate ambassador, always looking for ways to engage new people. Richard fully embraces our values of Dignity, Service, Excellence and Justice, and honors the hospital’s commitment to care for the most vulnerable.

Richard’s many talents incorporate more than 40 years of senior management experience, including 27 years as the CEO and COO of both public and private companies. His impressive experience includes leadership positions at Van De Kamp Dutch Bakers, International Division of Max Factor and Co., Estee Lauder, Procter & Gamble and Bristol-Myers Squibb.

To learn more about how you can become involved with Mission Hospital, please visit www.mission4health.com.

About Mission Hospital Foundation
Mission Hospital Foundation supports and assists Mission Hospital through philanthropy. The Foundation embodies the Spirit of Giving by building lifelong relationships with community members and raising funds for Mission Hospital

About Mission Hospital

As a part of the St. Joseph Hoag Health network of care, Mission Hospital was founded in Mission Viejo in 1971 and has since grown to a two-campus facility with 552 beds and approximately 2,100 employees. Mission Hospital has been serving the greater needs of the community for over 40 years, improving the quality of life in the communities it serves. Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo is an acute care, full-service facility providing advanced health care services and diagnostic care to south Orange County and is the only designated trauma center in south Orange County. Mission Hospital Laguna Beach (MHLB) joined the Mission Hospital family and St. Joseph Health in 2009, providing south Orange County coastal communities with 24-hour emergency and intensive care as well as medical-surgical/telemetry services. Mission Hospital offers specialty care in behavioral health, imaging, heart, neuroscience and spine, orthopedics and women’s services. CHOC Children’s at Mission Hospital is a 48-bed facility that is the area’s only dedicated pediatric hospital for more than two decades. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, Mission Hospital has received numerous awards and recognition for its high quality of care. For more information, visit www.mission4health.com.