To Our Neighbors

President's letter.




Heart care has made major advances in the last 40 years. Procedures that once required open-heart surgery and lengthy hospital stays are now done using techniques that require only small incisions, meaning heart patients rarely spend more than a night in the hospital.

In this issue you’ll learn about electrophysiology, a branch of cardiology that has helped dramatically change heart care and has made life better for thousands of patients who suffered from irregular heartbeats. We believe it was critical to bring much-needed electrophysiology services to the Santa Clarita Valley.

You’ll also read about our new Stryker surgical navigation system, which allows our physicians to perform joint replacement surgeries with better implant alignment 
accuracy and can help shorten recovery times for patients.

Those of you who have had occasion to visit or drive by Henry Mayo during the past few months will have noticed the building under construction in the back of our campus. This is our much-needed new patient tower, which, when open, will add 119 licensed beds to our hospital and allow us to expand our Women’s Services. We look forward to serving patients in this new building in April 2019.

Wishing you good health, 

Roger Seaver
President and CEO
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital