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A Women and Children's Center at VMC

Coming 2015: The John A. and Susan Sobrato Pavilion

John A. and Susan Sobrato make a historic commitment to the VMC Foundation with a $5 million challenge grant.

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Coming 2015: The John A. and Susan Sobrato Pavilion
Chris Wilder Flu Shot 2013

Happy 30th Birthday Valley Health Plan!

Long story short: When I first started here at the VMC Foundation, the job afforded no health coverage. Which was ironic, don’t you think? My wife’s company did, and I was already on her plan. I don’t remember what it was, or any of my doctors’ names. That’s because the few times I ever went […]

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National Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week: VMC a Top CA Hospital in Breastfeeding Rates

Did you know that VMC is among the top hospitals in the state in breastfeeding rates for new moms? That’s no accident — VMC is a leader in innovative programs to encourage breastfeeding. We all know that breastfeeding gives babies the best possible start, providing them with an ideal balance of nutrients for their growth […]

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The Standard American Diet is SAD

  Dennis Low is a recently-retired physician who spent his career at Valley Medical Center. He’s a beloved caregiver, educator, and new VMC Foundation Board Member. We play together in the VMC “house band” Idol Hands (hence, the picture) and have become good friends. Which explains why he invited me this morning to hear him give a talk […]

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How to help Julio and Abigail, victims of San Jose apartment fire

An apartment fire on June 25 severely injured two of Amelia Gomez’s three children, and has left the family with no home or possessions. The injured children, Julio and Abigail, jumped from a second story window to escape the fire. Both sustained serious injuries and have been treated at Valley Medical Center. Julio is expected to […]

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BStow visit

Bryan Stow visits VMC to thank rehab staff

The last time many of us saw Bryan Stow, he wasn’t able to walk or talk. And while he still has a long way to go, this video from NBC Bay Area has a lot of us pretty emotional. If you’ve followed Bryan’s story since that terrible day when he was attacked at Dodger Stadium […]

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