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Members of VMC’s team: Matt Gerrior, Tau Gaoteote, Chris Wilder, Jerry Wright, Gilbert Gutierrez, Steven Hernandez, James Crew, Paul Lorenz, and Erick Bourassa.

VMC staff raises $2,000 to help end sexual assault

On Wednesday, June 22, a team of male VMC staff participated in the YWCA’s 14th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes fundrasier at Santana Row. The event, in which men walk a mile in high-heeled shoes, is a lighthearted way to increase awareness about the very serious issue of violence against women. From the […]

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Welcome, Valley Health Center Downtown!

It’s a very, very big week for Valley Medical Center. After more than a decade, on the site of the former San Jose Medical Center, in the downtown core of the 10th largest city in the United States, medical care is happening. Yes, Valley Health Center Downtown is OPENING! For folks new in town, a […]

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National Hospital Week – Our Chance to Thank VMC’s Incredible Staff

National Hospital Week celebrates hospital workers, the women and men who support the health and well-being of their communities through dedication and compassionate care from the heart.   The VMC Foundation gives our most heartfelt thanks to all of the dedicated individuals – physicians, nurses, therapists, engineers, food service workers, volunteers, administrators and so many more – […]

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VMC Farmers’ Market returns May 13

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Second Annual Heroes Run raises $20K for VMC Pediatrics!

A HUGE thanks to everyone who participated in and supported this year’s Sheriff’s Heroes Run Sponsored by SAP! Together we raised over $20,000 for the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Pediatrics Unit. Check out all of the fabulous photos from this year’s event by clicking on the photo below. To learn more about the Heroes Run visit www.heroesrunscc.org.

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