Saddleback Memorial - Laguna Hills


 

Saddleback Memorial is continually honored for exceptional medical expertise that offers high quality, compassionate care for patients and families at every stage of their lives. For over forty years, South Orange County residents of all ages have entrusted us with their health care needs.

Our centers of excellence are renowned for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, heart disease, stroke, pulmonary disease, orthopedics and diabetes; and for our leadership in emergency medicine, breast health, surgery including robotic-assisted procedures, advanced imaging, women’s health and geriatric care.

The Women’s Hospital at Saddleback Memorial is extraordinary and offers personalized obstetrics care and a highly regarded perinatal program and neonatal intensive care unit that specialize in high-risk pregnancies and caring for fragile newborns.

Saddleback Memorial has been named one of Healthgrades 2015 America’s 50 Best Hospitals. Only 1% of U.S. hospitals achieve this honor reflecting consistent, sustained clinical performance and superior patient outcomes. This recognition is a tribute to our 3,400 physicians, employees and volunteers, and thousands of dedicated donors and supporters, who dedicate themselves to providing exceptional care to those in our community every day. To learn more about this recognition, visit memorialcare.org/sbtop50.

In addition to our recognition from Healthgrades, Saddleback Memorial has also been named a Best Regional Hospital by U.S. News & World Report and a Becker’s Healthcare Top Hospital. We’ve been awarded an “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group for the sixth time. Additionally we’ve received the American Heart Association Get with the Guidelines Gold Plus for Cardiac and Stroke care. We’ve also been voted the #1 Hospital in Orange County in the Orange County Register’s “Best of OC’s People’s Choice & Critics’ Picks.”

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No lump in her breast. No family history of cancer. No problems with previous annual mammograms. To most, that would mean peace of mind.