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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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The Mercury News calls for the question

You may have noticed a large number of stories in the Newspaper of Silicon Valley lately about Valley Medical Center, and the lives saved there every day. These stories are extremely compelling in their own right. Yet, the media savvy readers among us, on noting the increasing frequency of VMC-related articles (and photos…see the “lifestyle” […]

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Does this concern you? YES. Is it serious? YES.

Does this concern you? YES. Is it serious? YES.

I know not everyone reads the San Jose Mercury News every day…but I do, and in case you missed today’s lead editorial, it’s crucial. It concerns us all. Please take a moment to learn about one of serveral threats to Valley Medical Center, and if you have friends in other states whose congressional rep’s may […]

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Firefighters ROCK!

Firefighters ROCK!

(that’s the view out our back deck…you better believe we love fire fighters!) As of this morning, the Summit Fire in the Santa Cruz Mountains is now 100% contained! Thursday that was hardly the case, as fierce winds pushed the blaze down into a populated area…and frighteningly near my home. My wife Kate was out […]

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"I'm a lucky guy."

"I’m a lucky guy."

When you hear someone who has suffered a life-changing injury refer to themselves as “lucky”, you cannot help be re-inspired by the human spirit. Such is the case of David McNabb, whose story will absolutely move you…please read on, and a huge thanks to my friend Brenna at PRx for coordinating this visit! MorganHillTimes.com | […]

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An unwelcome bridge to 1988

Twenty years ago, I was a junior at San Jose State University. I bet I’m not alone in remembering the multitudes of homeless mentally ill people that roamed the campus everyday, after massive budget cuts left them nowhere to go in downtown San Jose. Fast-forward twenty years, and reading today’s Mercury News article, and I […]

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