Angels Baseball and MemorialCare last week jointly announced that MemorialCare has become the Official Healthcare Partner of Angels Baseball. MemorialCare, a leading Southern California award-winning health care system, has four premier hospitals and more than 200 care locations in Orange and Los Angeles counties.
“We are excited to welcome MemorialCare to the Angels Family as our new Official Healthcare Partner,” said Angels Chairman, Dennis Kuhl. “Our organizations each share a commitment to promote, improve and preserve health, strength, fitness, mobility and healthy living in the communities we serve, and I look forward to all the wonderful things we will do together as Partners.”
The multi-year partnership focuses on positively impacting the health and wellness of Angels fans and the larger Orange County and Los Angeles County communities by raising awareness of health issues such as cardiac health, cancer and other life-altering conditions. Community outreach will include Initiative Nights at Angel Stadium that support and raise funds for specific health issues, MemorialCare sponsorship of the annual Angels 5K and Health Expo, and volunteer days with employees of the Angels and MemorialCare at local charities. MemorialCare will also offer healthy living workshops, health screenings and other programs that advance healthy and active lifestyles to Angels employees.
“With this partnership we will delight children at MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach with visits from Angels players, participate jointly in mission-driven fundraisers that support the communities we serve, and have a strong brand presence at the games,” said Barry Arbuckle, PhD, President & Chief Executive Officer, MemorialCare. “Like the Angels, our 14,000 affiliated physicians, nurses and other clinical and support staff and volunteers, as well as thousands of philanthropic supporters, understand how staying active, enjoying time with family and friends, and being outdoors create healthier communities.”
Cover Image: Angels Chairman Dennis Kuhl, MemorialCare President & CEO Barry Arbuckle and Hall of Famer Rod Carew