Santa Clarita Valley History In Pictures

Hillside Hospital Volunteers
Saugus, California


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(From left) Ruth Robers, Chris Bodine and Gwen Gillespie of the SCV Women's Auxiliary (the hospital volunteers) pose with the new sign for the newly renamed Hillside Community Hospital at 21704 Soledad Canyon Road in Saugus.

The SCV Women's Auxiliary started in the early 1960s providing volunteer services at Santa Clarita Hospital, which later became Inter-Valley, which was purchased around 1972 and renamed Hillside Hospital by the board of the future Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital and its nonprofit partner, the Lutheran Hospital Society. The Auxiliary made the move to Valencia when Henry Mayo opened in 1975.

Members of the Auxiliary were called "Pink Ladies" for reasons that are obvious in this photograph.

Further reading: Volunteers Pave the Way to Henry Mayo Hospital.


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HMNMH PREHISTORY
Santa Clarita Hospital • Inter-Valley • Hillside

See Also:
• HMNMH
• HMNMH Aerials


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Hospital Auxiliary 1962-2012

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Crash Victim Philip Deniston 1963

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Pink Ladies 1963

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Candy Stripers Tea 1963

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Convalescent Outing 1966 x2

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Name Change 1969

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Judge Adrian Adams

• 1971: Executive Board Named


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Candy Striper 1971

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Building Fund 1972

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Auxiliary Board 1972

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Groundbreaking 1972

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Hillside Pink Ladies 1973

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Tom Lowe 1974

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Volunteer Tea 1975

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