Our Values

At Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center we believe in the power of caring relationships. 

Every day we create new possibilities for seniors and adults with disabilities by combining expert health care with careful attention to the needs of each person we serve.  

Laguna Honda is California’s first green-certified hospital.

Our 62-acre campus is designed to offer choices for living, to encourage community involvement and to provide a therapeutic environment for 765 residents in 13 specialized nursing and rehabilitation programs. 

Each program serves a maximum of 60 people, allowing us to get to know the experiences, challenges and hopes of every unique individual.

Our approach is to see the whole person, not just the diagnosis.

We deliver individually-focused care that improves physical and emotional well-being, supports community integration and creates possibilities to help people engage with the world around them.

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Laguna Honda Gift Fund Receives Major Bequest From Knight Trust

Laguna Honda Gift Fund Receives Major Bequest From Knight Trust

The Laguna Honda Gift Fund is the recipient of a $500,000 donation from the trust of the late Dolorous Knight, the hospital announced today.

March 19, 2013

Press Kit

Background on the New Hospital—New Laguna Honda Emphasizes Choice and Community in a Natural Setting...

Background on LEED Certification—New Laguna Honda is California’s First Green-Certified Hospital...

Overview of Laguna Honda Public Art Program
San Francisco enhances the beauty of its public buildings and spaces through the Art Enrichment Ordinance. One of the first in the country, the ordinance mandates that 2% of the total eligible construction costs of civic public works projects be allocated for public art...

Descriptions of Public Art at Laguna Honda—The new Laguna Honda is designed to create community...

Artist Bios - Laguna Honda Public Art Program—Including Belize Brother, Bernie Lubell and Ann Chamberlain, Terry Hoff, Takenobu Igarashi, Diane Andrews Hall and many more.

Architectural Planning and Design at Laguna Honda
The architectural planning and design of the replacement Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center is a story of renewal...