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December 2017 

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The Resilient Recovery of Hannah Biely

Hannah Biely

When Hannah Biely began acting erratic and out of character, those closest to the teenager knew something was seriously wrong.

Prior to the summer of 2016, Hannah was anything but average; she was an exceptional varsity water polo athlete, accomplished student, loving daughter, and friend to all. It wasn’t in her nature to act irrational and frantic; she was a healthy, level-headed, and intelligent, young woman.

Noticing an unexplainable and sudden change in her behavior, her parents and extended family took action to discover the root of the unusual behavior. Hannah was quickly admitted to Marian Regional Medical Center’s Pediatric Department where she was embraced by the clinical care team.

To read more about her story, click here.
Dante E. Tognazzi, Jr. Outpatient Services Colonnade Blessing

Outpatient Services Dedication

At the blessing and dedication of the Dante E. Tognazzi Jr. Outpatient Services Colonnade on November 15, 2017, Marian Regional Medical Center was honored to recall the many blessings Marian has received.  The Outpatient Services Colonnade will serve as an inviting doorway into the healing work at Marian. Thanks to the generous planned gift of the late Dante E. Tognazzi, Jr., Marian has honored his life through this welcoming feature on the campus that also features a breathtaking sculpture of the Madonna and Child.

For more information and photos from this beautiful event, click here.

Fulfilling our promise

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The Marian Regional Medical Center Foundation is a grateful to our many community supporters. The above photos represent recent and meaningful gifts.

Clockwise from top: Coasthills Credit Union's 11th Annual Rancho Vino charity event raised more than $72,000 to benefit the Emergency Services Expansion Project. Coasthills leaders are pictured with hospital and medical leadership in addition to members of the Brinkerhoff Family, the event's patient testimonial; Santa Maria Town Center's Bubbles for Breast Cancer event raised $10,075 for Marian Cancer Care patients and families; BMW of Santa Maria and Community Volkswagon of Santa Maria made a gift of $50,000 towards the completion of the Emergency Services Expansion Project and their staff is pictured with medical and hospital leadership.

Leave a Legacy of Dignity

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The Marian Regional Medical Center Foundation is proud to extend an invitation of Marian Legacy Society membership to all those who share the hospital’s vision of enriching the health and well-being for all community members and have demonstrated their commitment by making a provision for Marian through a planned gift.

Planned gifts include:

  • Will or Trust (Bequests)
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Plan Assets
  • Interests in Real Property
  • Charitable Trust

Marian Legacy Society membership is open to all and no gift minimum is required.  For more information, contact the foundation at 805.739.3595 or visit our website.

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