The Campaign for Scripps Encinitas

Imagine. Inspire. Heal. Invest.

Thanks to the generosity of people like you—our donors, community leaders, physicians and staff—the Campaign for Scripps Encinitas has raised more than $40 million and helped make our new critical care building a reality.

OR/354 Campaign

As the campaign continues, Scripps, in conjunction with our hospital community advisory board, Circle of Life 100 and key community leaders is committed to raising an additional $10 million through the community portion of our campaign — OR/354 — to expand our surgical services. Donate now to join the campaign.

The next phase of our efforts is to expand our operating services. The community that we serve has grown and the need for surgery services has grown as well. Contributions to OR/354 will support:

  • Building two, new state-of-the-art operating rooms
  • Redesigning and upgrading the four existing operating suites
  • Expanding the pre-operative care unit and post-anesthesia unit
  • Relocating and doubling the size of the endoscopy department

Join us as we invest in the future

There is no better time to make a meaningful and lasting change in our community. All gifts of $5,000 or more will be acknowledged on an impressive donor recognition wall near the new operating rooms. Donations can be made as a one-time gift or a multi-year pledge and can include gifts of cash, stock, real estate, planned or legacy (bequest) gifts.

Two new state-of-the-art operation rooms will feature the latest in imaging and surgical technology.

Two new state-of-the-art operation rooms will feature the latest in imaging and surgical technology.

About the Campaign

The Campaign for Scripps Encinitas is a five-year, multi-phase fundraising effort to significantly enhance the hospital’s surgical, emergency and acute care facilities to serve the ever-growing coastal North County community.

As a result of philanthropic support from our community, the largest expansion in the history of Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas achieved a major milestone with the opening of the Leichtag Foundation Critical Care Pavilion in July 2014.

The two-story, 72,321 square-foot building includes a 26-bed emergency department, a 36-bed medical surgical unit, state-of-the-art imaging technology and surgical equipment, expanded ambulance bays, a heliport and specially designed patient rooms.

On behalf of the communities we serve, we offer our sincerest appreciation to all donors and volunteers who have invested with us and who have become a part of this important chapter of our history.