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Get your name in the Sobrato Pavilion

Get your name in the Sobrato Pavilion

Cutting-edge, environmentally friendly and aesthetically beautiful, the Sobrato Pavilion at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is a marvel.   The new main hospital building will provide essential healthcare services to the entire region for generations to come. Funded by the taxpayers of Santa Clara County, the construction of the Sobrato Pavilion was supported by an unprecedented […]

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Me, my hat (it was cold), Kim Lopez and two excellent volunteers showing the way

Our new Information Kiosk (yes, it really is a big deal…)

Santa Clara Valley Medical Center just got a little easier to visit, and a little more welcoming! We’re so proud of our new information kiosk, purchased through generous donations from VMC Foundation supporters. It’s sturdy, wired for electricity, and expertly constructed. It’s even kinda cute; you can’t see in the photo, but it has a […]

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John A. and Sue Sobrato pose with SCVMC CEO Paul Lorenz and COO Benita McClarin

Sobrato Pavilion signage unveiled as new VMC hospital wing nears completion

The sign read “Sobrato Pavilion.”  But the message was “progress.” Eight years after the voters of Santa Clara County overwhelming approved the construction of a new, earthquake-safe hospital wing at VMC, the building is finally taking shape.  And now, it has formally been dedicated for one of the valley’s best known and beloved philanthropists. In […]

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Thomas Boström and Claire McCormack stand next to the initial rendering of the new Family Library and Lounge that will greet visitors to SCVMC Pediatrics. Their gift is being made to honor their late daughter, Nora.

A new Family Lounge and Library, inspired by Nora

The first thing that visitors see when they arrive on the 5th floor of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is not much at all – an elevator lobby, white walls and linoleum. It’s a place to walk to and from and nothing more. The revitalization of this small space will be the catalyst for efforts […]

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