Comprehensive Campaign for Mission Hospital


Mission Hospital successfully completed our $200 million comprehensive campaign which will shape the future of health care in our community. More than $201.3 million was raised, setting the stage for success. Thanks to our family of donors, Mission Hospital can continue to help to improve the health and quality of life across the region.

Your Spirit of Giving enables Mission Hospital to remain at the forefront of:

  • Advanced technology, facilities and cutting-edge programs and services
  • Innovative research initiatives and collaboration
  • Nursing excellence through enhanced recruitment and ongoing training and development
  • Community benefit programs that nurture and support the underserved

The generosity of our donors allows us to support the hospital's various centers of excellence:

Recently one of the foundation's major priorities has been raising funds to support the Mission Neuroscience Institute. Thanks to the collective support of hundreds of donors like you, more than $12 million has been raised to support this critical project. Quite simply, the Mission Neuroscience Institute would not have been possible without the philanthropic support of our donors.

As new technologies emerge, philanthropy will enable Mission Hospital to acquire the most sophisticated resources to enhance the comprehensive integration of care at every level, yielding superior patient outcomes. Over the last year, the hospital has invested in new technology in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit, Respiratory Therapy, Gastrointestinal Lab and most recently, the Women's Wellness Center and Mission Breast Health Center.

This investment in Women's Services brought breast tomosynthesis or 3D mammography to our community. A revolutionary technology, tomosynthesis provides a clearer, more accurate view of the breast and allows doctors to more effectively pinpoint the size, shape and location of abnormalities.

Tomosynthesis allows our radiologists to examine breast tissue in one millimeter slices rather than sorting through the complexities of one flat image. This level of precision is enabling our physicians to detect cancer at the earliest possible stage – well before it would be detected with traditional 2D imaging.

Additionally, the $10 million gift from Sue and Bill Gross will allow Mission Hospital Laguna Beach to implement a comprehensive plan that includes new imaging technologies, expanded and enhanced facilities, and the provision of emergency support services to ensure sustainability for generations to come.

Every gift touches the lives of our patients and their families.

For more information, please contact the Mission Hospital Foundation at (949) 364-7783 or

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