A Message from Nick Lymberopoulos
Chief Executive, Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center
When we dreamed up the Tarzana Reimagined project, we knew we would need community support to power the engine. You didn’t let us down.
Because of your investment, our clinical leaders are bringing new services and treatments to our community. Together we’re ensuring that Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center
offers first-to-the-market technologies and attracts top physicians and caregivers.
We are recognized as one of the top 50 hospitals in the U.S. for the exceptional quality of our services. We have the largest emergency department in the West Valley, which is a designated receiving center for stroke and severe heart attacks. As we move into phase 2 of Tarzana Reimagined, we’re bringing new levels of service along the 101, including ushering in the latest innovations in our heart center of excellence and comprehensive stroke center.
The distance between Tarzana and the surrounding areas looks insignificant on the map. But we know too well that a relatively
short distance can feel like 100 miles in traffic. Our charge is to provide the Valley and surrounding areas access to world-class
care close to home. With your support, we are making that happen.
Thank you to the Friese family for your leadership gift. We’re proud to name the new tower in your honor. And, to each and
every donor who contributed to the Tarzana Reimagined campaign, thank you on behalf of our patients and their families. They are the reason we do this work. I also want to thank you on behalf of our staff — our dedicated and compassionate physicians and caregivers. We are moved and grateful to
you for investing in our mission. Together, we are caring for one another and this community.
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Together, we can provide care that transforms lives, now and for years to come.