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Barlow Respiratory Hospital provides the highest quality post ICU care. As the only not-for-profit Long-Term Care Hospital (LTCH) in California, we provide expertise that is important to Los Angeles.

The Campaign to ReBuild Barlow ensures our hospital can expand to meet the needs of coming generations as we have since 1902.

The goal of the campaign is to raise $8 million.


$ 8 Million dollars

The Ahmanson Foundation
Los Angeles Dodgers
Wells Fargo Foundation

Message from the CEO

The Campaign to ReBuild Barlow is built upon Barlow Respiratory Hospital’s legacy of more than one hundred years of specialized service. Our patients are chronically critically ill, the sickest of the sick, often hovering between life and death. Physicians and family members have a history of turning to Barlow Respiratory Hospital for hope when there seems to be no hope. They trust our expertise and our reputation for extraordinary kindness and exceptional care. Our multi-phased Master Plan to ReBuild Barlow has begun. A seismic retrofit of our historic hospital in Los Angeles is underway and will be followed by a major renovation of an adjacent building that will create an entirely new higher capacity modern hospital to serve patients for generations. The project is expected to be completed by 2022. We are honored to have the support of The Ahmanson Foundation, our boards of directors and the community. We thank each of you for bringing this long-envisioned plan to life.

Amit Mohan, PhD, FACHE, FACMPE
President & Chief Executive Officer
Barlow Respiratory Hospital

The Ahmanson Foundation

The Ahmanson Foundation has awarded a grant to support the Campaign to ReBuild Barlow to renovate an existing building on our historic Los Angeles campus as a new, larger state-of-the-art hospital. Barlow Respiratory Hospital serves over 1,000 patients each year and this expansion will provide more space, more comfort and enhanced service to each patient and family member.

“We are grateful for the continued support of The Ahmanson Foundation.” said
Amit Mohan, President and CEO of Barlow Respiratory Hospital. “This generous grant moves our Los Angeles campus renovation and expansion forward. It illustrates a meaningful commitment to our mission to make a difference in the lives of our patients. On behalf of our Barlow Respiratory Hospital staff, our patients, their families and our community I thank The Ahmanson Foundation.”

The Ahmanson Foundation has been a significant supporter of Barlow Respiratory Hospital over several years with a series of grants totaling $120,000 for equipment and clinical services. This most recent grant is the largest awarded to the hospital to date and represents the single largest gift to the Campaign to ReBuild Barlow.
The Ahmanson Foundation strives to enhance the quality of life and cultural legacy of the Los Angeles community with funding of arts and humanities, education, human services, and health and medicine. The foundation’s grants in these areas are largely dedicated toward capital projects, like Barlow Respiratory Hospital Campaign to ReBuild Barlow, including construction and renovation for non-profits based in and serving the greater Los Angeles area.

Donors and Funders

We appreciate and acknowledge our donors funders who have contributed to the Campaign to ReBuild Barlow. Community members, physicians, nurses and other Barlow staff have generously supported the hospital’s mission to make a positive difference in the lives of our patients and have contributed to the Campaign to ReBuild Barlow.

Donors & funders

Donors and Funders List

  • Adventist Health White Memorial
  • Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer, Feld LLP
  • Dr. Muhammad Anwar
  • Mr. & Mrs. Kevin & Nancy Baaske
  • Mr. Brian Bartholomew
  • Mr. Michael Berger
  • Berkshire Hathaway Homestate Companies
  • Dr. Ashwani Bhardwaj
  • Mr. Bradford Bolger
  • Ms. Diana Bonta
  • Ms. Elizabeth Braman
  • Breathe LA
  • Ms. Carrie Brillstein
  • CBIZ, Inc.
  • Dr. Nadeem Chishti
  • Ms. Stephanie Chung
  • Comprehensive Pharmacy Services
  • Country Villa Sheraton
  • Country Villa Westwood
  • Dr. Michael Y. Karapetian & Dr. Nouneh Danielyan
  • Mrs. Jennifer Diener
  • Mr. Thomas Dougherty
  • Mr. & Mrs. Ed & Janet Engesser
  • Far East National Bank
  • Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
  • Foley & Lardner
  • Mr. Earl E. Gales
  • Mr. Kevin Garrett
  • George Hoag Family Foundation
  • Dr. Azmy Ghaly
  • Healthcare Resource Group
  • Henry L. Guenther Foundation
  • HGA Architects and Engineers
  • Hooper Lundy Bookman Inc.
  • IMEG
  • Mr. ODonnell Iselin
  • Ms. Nancy Katayama
  • Mr. Richard Katz
  • Mr. Sheraly Khwaja
  • Ms. Linda Lawrence
  • Mr. and Mrs. David Lazarus
  • Mr. Stuart Liner
  • Loeb & Loeb LLP
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Mr. Marc Luzuriaga
  • MAC Electric
  • Mr. Michael Mark
  • Miller Environmental Incorporated
  • Mr. Amit Mohan
  • Ms. Diane Naegele
  • NBC Universal
  • Dr. David Nelson
  • Ms. Mary Oelman
  • Mr. Peter O'Malley
  • Oro Capital Advisors, LLC
  • Ms. Karen Palmersheim
  • PIH Health Hospital
  • Resmark Equity Partners
  • Mrs. Suzanne Rheinstein
  • Ms. Susan Rich
  • The Rose Margulies Trust
  • Mr. David Seastrom
  • Mr. Richard Seiden
  • Mr. & Mrs. Marc &
  • Christina Seltzer
  • Senior Care Clinic
  • Ms. Julia Shimizu
  • Snyder Langston
  • Southern California Pipe
  • Trades/District Council #16
  • Structural Group Inc
  • Dr. Steven Taback
  • Ms. Rosalind Teller
  • The Lowe Group of
  • Wells Fargo Advisors
  • Thomas & Dorothy
  • Leavey Foundation
  • Mr. David Thorson
  • Ms. Dolores Tukich
  • Valley Presbyterian Hospital
  • Dr. and Mrs. John Van Dyke
  • Vascular Access Specialists
  • VIP Nephrology, Inc.
  • Dr. Steven Wang
  • Mr. & Mrs. Kirk & Sharon Watson
  • Weingart Foundation
  • Mr. Daniel Weinstein
  • Mrs. Carol Weisman
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Mr. Carl Wesely
  • Western-Allied Corporation
  • Mr. & Mrs. George & Katrina Woolverton
  • Dr. Kesheng Wu
  • Zakian Woo Architects, Inc.
  • Mr. Jason Zayon

*includes donors and funders $1000 and up