Wilder on Wine, April 23

Join Chris and Todd Wilder for a free event at the Silicon Valley Capital Club. RSVP today.

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Former NICU patient now lecturing on DNA therapy

Dana was born in 2004 at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center weighing just 530 grams.  That’s just over 1 pound. Her parents, Greg and Fan, were brought to VMC via another hospital because of VMC’s ability to manage high-risk deliveries and very low birth weight infants. “We knew of Valley Medical; it’s well-known for providing […]

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Join VMC’s Burn Center for a 5K!

Join us in a 5K Run/Walk supporting our hospital’s fabulous Burn Center at Ed Levin County Park. Tickets are on sale now! WHEN Saturday, May 2, 2014, Registration: 9:00am – 10:30am Race starts: 11:00am BBQ to follow WHERE Ed Levin County Park (at Sandy Wool Lake) 3100 Calaveras Rd, Milpitas, CA 95035-5439 REGISTRATION $10 per child ages 2-9 $30 […]

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Join us for “Wilder on Wine,” April 23

Join the VMC Foundation Executive Director Chris Wilder and his brother Todd Wilder, the founder and Chief Palate of Wilder on Wine for an evening of fun and amazing wines from their personal collections. This free event supports a great cause. The bartenders’ tips will support the Valley Medical Center Foundation.   As a public hospital, VMC has a mission to provide care […]

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Hospital History: Let’s make a Museum!

Not many hospitals in California have a museum on-site. The best one among them, according to folks who know, offers visitors to Salinas Valley Memorial a fascinating glimpse into the history of medicine. I and a group of colleagues got a guided tour this week, and I was just amazed. Their displays are interactive and […]

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The State of the County, 2014

One of the less-obvious parts of our work at the VMC Foundation is our collaboration with Santa Clara County’s elected officials. It’s work that I very much enjoy, and I think it makes us a more successful non-profit; when we’re best supporting our public medical center, it’s as we support the leadership of the County […]

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