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A Women and Children’s Center at VMC

San Jose needs a medical center for women and children. Let’s make it happen.

A Women and Children's Center at VMC

Coming Soon: 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 Soon: The John A. and Susan Sobrato Pavilion

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The VMC Foundation offers unique, behind-the-scenes tours of Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. If you are interested, please send us an email or call 408-885-5299.

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Weekend health headlines from Santa Clara County

Santa Clara County Executive Jeff Smith is featured in Biz Journal and is working hard on balancing big projects against big budget cuts: Full article here: http://bit.ly/9NWY6S Santa Clara County President Ken Yeager calls for the creation of a “Council on Health” in siliconvalley.com opinion piece. Full article here: http://bit.ly/9nlO01

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Middle School students weigh in on VMC Foundation and Health Care

It has been a busy week here at the VMC Foundation. We’ve submitted a grant to Cisco to help expand the reach of our Technology Access Program, toured 40 members of Community Leadership San Jose, and even took time to send staff member Andy Groggel to speak at Roosevelt Middle School’s Career Day in San […]

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VMC Foundation Champion and Donor Dick Levy recieves 2010 David Packard Award.

Reposted from this story. SAN JOSE, Calif. February 8, 2010 Joint Venture: Silicon Valley Network announced today that Varian Medical Systems board chair and longtime Silicon Valley community leader Richard M. Levy is the recipient of the 2010 David Packard Award. The Packard Award is Joint Venture’s highest honor, presented annually to an individual who […]

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Hospitals and Social Media- good to reflect on your strategy

It is always a good idea to take a step back and evaluate the effectiveness of your Social Media strategy. This blog post from Mark Horoszowski is a good reminder of that. He links to two great resources: VMC Foundation friend, and hospital Social Media pioneer, Ed Bennett, and to a great presentation by Phil […]

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As H1N1 fears subside, support for Public Health Departments should not

Fifty-seven million Americans were infected with H1N1 since last April, according to a new estimate for The Center for Disease Control released today. That’s roughly the population of all of Italy. While thousands did sadly perish form the disease, the rate of mortality was nowhere close to previous flu pandemics, thanks in large part to […]

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