Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley
SHC – VALLEYCARE
SUPPORTERS TO OUR DONOR FAMILY
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The merger of Stanford Health Care (SHC) and ValleyCare Health System in 2015 brought together the expertise and excellence of local East Bay physicians with the innovative strength of Stanford Health Care.
Today, the newly named Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley provides exceptional, patient-centered community medicine together with specialized Stanford Medicine programs to deliver a full continuum of care. It has been exciting to bring the SHC Tri-Valley fundraising mission into the Stanford Medicine Office of Medical Center Development (MCD) family.
THE UNION OF TWO WORLD-CLASS HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS FINALIZED
In June 2021, the final merger of the two systems was finalized with the fundraising mission and longstanding legacy of community generosity at ValleyCare being welcomed into the Stanford University Office of Medical Center Development (MCD).
IMPROVING PATIENT CARE FOR THOSE WHO LIVE, WORK, AND PLAY IN THE TRI-VALLEY
Funds raised will continue to help provide pioneering programs to meet the health care needs of this rapidly growing community. Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley brings advanced medical services and standards of care to the Pleasanton, Livermore, and Dublin areas.
MAKE A GIFT TO HELP FOSTER HEALTH. BUILD COMMUNITY. SAVE LIVES.
By supporting Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley and its innovative medical programs, your gift can help improve the health and betterment for all residents of the East Bay region. Forward-thinking and community-driven, SHC Tri-Valley helps ensure that patients and their families have world-class medical care and lifesaving services and technology, close to home.
FOR INFORMATION ON MAKING A GIFT AND LEARNING ABOUT SPECIFIC PRIORITIES AT STANFORD HEALTH CARE TRI-VALLEY, PLEASE CONTACT:
Senior Associate Director of Development
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