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Managing the Aging Process – Preparing for the Unexpected – Hospitalization, Natural Disaster, or Emergency

This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us who are growing older. Caregivers, Alzheimer’s patients, those at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, friends and family members are all welcome.

When: February 20, 2018 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Where: Council Rooms, USC Verdugo

Managing the Aging Process – All About Memory

This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us who are growing older. Caregivers, Alzheimer’s patients, those at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, friends and family members are all welcome.

When: March 20, 2018 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Where: Council Rooms, USC Verdugo

Managing the Aging Process – Stressed Out? Finding Ways to Cope

This lecture series is designed to present ideas and information, and foster community for those of us who are growing older. Caregivers, Alzheimer’s patients, those at risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, friends and family members are all welcome.

When: April 17, 2018 from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Where: Council Rooms, USC Verdugo

April Fool’s Day Bingo

Saturday, April 1st USC-VHH Council Rooms
Fun was had by all as well as over $10,000 raised during the Women’s Council first-ever Bingo Night on April 1st.

Women's Council|

USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation 26th Annual Golf Classic

News and Stories|
  • Phil Mutchnik

Phil Mutchnik: Volunteer of the Year Gives With All of His Heart

Phil Mutchnik is easy to track down — if he’s not at the movies catching the films most likely be nominated for an Oscar, he’s volunteering at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital four and sometimes, five days a week.
“I get a lot out of this myself,” he said. “I am not just doing this for myself,

  • Lee Sealander

Lee Sealander: Dedicating His Time To His Community

In his 25-year career as a volunteer – in which he has dedicated more than 30,000 hours to the hospital – Lee has worn many hats. Currently, he spends three busy mornings a week stocking coffee supplies in the hospital. He also delivers newspapers and paperwork to various hospital departments.
Staying busy is a part of

  • June-Snyder

June Snyder: USC Verdugo Hills Hospital’s Brightest Smile

A native of the Verdugo Hills community, she has lived in the same house for 57 years. When June retired, she and a friend decided that volunteering would be a good idea. For the last 20 years, she’s become even more enmeshed in the community than ever before by dedicating her gratitude to USC Verdugo Hills

  • Sue Wilder

Sue Wilder: A Warm and Helpful Hand

Sue Wilder, a volunteer at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital for 18 years, understands that when someone enters the hospital, they are at an extremely vulnerable point. Her first time at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital was when her father was admitted as a result of congestive heart failure.
“He ended up spending seven weeks in this hospital