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Marian Regional Medical Center has been serving patients on the Central Coast for nearly 75 years. We continue to grow to meet the health care needs of our community.
Marian's history began in 1940 when, in response to a call for health care services in the community of Santa Maria, the Sisters of St. Francis founded Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hospital. With an unwavering mission to further the healing ministry of Jesus, the Sisters guided the hospital. In 1967, the new Marian Hospital at 1400 East Church Street was completed and dedicated. Through the coming years, many addition services, including a Heart Center, were added. In 1982, the hospital became known as Marian Medical Center.
In response to the rapidly growing population of the Santa Maria Valley and ongoing advances in medical technology, Marian Regional Medical Center built a new hospital, which opened on May 22, 2012. This further enhances the quality of care provided by Marian and enables us to meet the health care needs of the community now and in the future.
Marian Regional Medical Center is proud to be your award-winning regional medical center.
Providing high quality, early care and education, full time and part time, for children between six weeks and five years of age.
At Dignity Health, a key part of our mission is supporting the health of our communities in meaningful, measurable ways.
Death is a sacred part of life's journey; we will intentionally neither hasten nor delay it. For this reason, physician-assisted suicide is not part of Dignity Health's mission.
Marian's history began in 1940 when, in response to a call for health care services in the community of Santa Maria, the Sisters of St. Francis founded Our Lady of Perpetual Help Hospital.
Kohl’s Cares has partnered with Marian Medical Center to educate Valley families and their children on healthy eating and exercise habits.
The Dignity Health Physician Mentoring Program provides local high school and college students the opportunity to witness and understand the importance of professions in the medical field, from evaluation and treatment for follow-up care.
Marian Regional Medical Center is a member of Dignity Health, a mission-driven, not-for-profit organization comprised of medical groups, ambulatory surgery centers, clinics, physician offices, and more than 40 hospitals.
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Dignity Health of the Central Coast, Arroyo Grande Community Hospital, French Hospital Medical Center and Marian Regional Medical Center, sponsor community activities that benefit the health and wellbeing of the communities we serve.