An Update from Hoag Leadership

We are grateful for the community’s support in helping Hoag regain its independence from Providence. As a result of these continued efforts, there is positive news to share. Hoag welcomes a decision by the Court to overrule Providence’s objections to the complaint seeking to dissolve the affiliation. The Court’s decision paves the way for Hoag […]

Court Overrules Providence’s Objections to Hoag’s Affiliation Lawsuit, Trial Looms

In a statement, Hoag stated that it welcomes the decision issued Tuesday. A judge in California overruled Providence St. Joseph’s demurrer to the complaint by the Association of Presbyterian Members of Hoag to dissolve Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian’s affiliation with the Renton, Washington-based health system. The ruling, issued Tuesday afternoon by David A. Hoffer, a […]

U.S. News & World Report: Hoag is the Highest Ranked Hospital in Orange County in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 Best Hospitals Rankings

U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 Best Hospitals Rankings once again named Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian the highest ranked hospital in Orange County, the fourth-best hospital in the Los Angeles metro area and eighth-best in California. The rankings also included national rankings in seven specialty areas and recognition for Hoag’s high performance in 13 specialty procedures.(More…) How Can You Support Hoag? Get […]

Where To Get Flu Shots In Orange County: Hoag Family Foundation

Tis the season for flu vaccines. In 2020, frontline care givers, family members, and others are in line to receive free flu shots from the George Hoag Family Foundation. (More…) How Can You Support Hoag? Get the latest news and updates on Hoag’s efforts to regain our independence and restore our complete focus to Orange […]

StuNews Opinion: Hoag’s Physicians Have Had Enough of Providence Health, Prescribe a Move to Disassociate

Earlier this week Stu News reported that Hoag Founders, The Association of Presbyterian Members and the George Hoag Family Foundation filed litigation against Providence Health seeking to “dissolve their affiliation.”(More…) How Can You Support Hoag? Get the latest news and updates on Hoag’s efforts to regain our independence and restore our complete focus to Orange County. Sign Up For Updates

RevCycleIntelligence: Hoag Seeks Independence from Providence After Its Hospital Merger

Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian is seeking to cut ties with Providence Health nearly four years after the Renton, Washington-based health system merged with an organization with which Hoag was affiliated. (More…) How Can You Support Hoag? Get the latest news and updates on Hoag’s efforts to regain our independence and restore our complete focus to […]

Health Leaders: Hoag Hospital CEO Explains Lawsuit to Split with Providence Health

The founders of Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian filed a lawsuit last week to dissolve Covenant Health Network (CHN), the vehicle for the organization’s affiliation with Providence Health to promote population health initiatives in Orange County. (More…) How Can You Support Hoag? Get the latest news and updates on Hoag’s efforts to regain our independence and restore our complete […]

Daily Pilot: Hoag Seeks to Sever Ties with Providence Health Care System

Hoag Hospital is taking legal action to dissolve its relationship with the Providence St. Joseph Health system and regain local control. Hoag, known formally as Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, filed suit Friday in Orange County Superior Court to get out of an eight-year partnership that it says has long not been as fruitful as it […]

Modern Healthcare: Hoag Sues Providence to Dissolve Affiliation

Officials from the Southern California health system Hoag filed a lawsuit against Providence to separate its two hospitals from Providence, a large Catholic health system based in Renton, Wash. Hoag executives claim that the population health initiative driving the 2013 combination with then-St. Joseph Health was never achieved and that their operating philosophies are too different to reconcile. […]