Valley Children's Healthcare is honored to receive a $540,000 grant from the Leon S. Peters Foundation, in support of the new outpatient specialty care center in Fowler. "The Leon S. Peters Foundation has invested throughout the years in the healthcare infrastructure of our community," says Kenneth "Butch" Peters, chair of the Leon S. Peters Foundation. "We are pleased to be an integral part of Valley Children's plans, in partnership with Adventist Health/Central Valley Network, to expand their services in Fowler. Fowler happens to be home for many of our members, and we are excited about the role Valley Children's will play in the southern portion of Fresno County for generations to come."
Last year, Valley Children's Healthcare and Adventist Health purchased property together on Freeway 99. The partnership brings together Valley Children's expertise in pediatric care with Adventist Health's expertise in rural and adult health care. The multi-million dollar development will improve access to high-quality care for families living in rural areas. Construction begins later this year. The specialty care center will open in 2016.
Dr. Philip Hyden calls the work of the Guilds "an amazing miracle" and expresses his gratitude for their help funding The Guilds Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment Center in perpetuity. View the video here»
Generous families across the Valley are making a lasting impact on the health of our kids by leaving a legacy gift to Valley Children's Hospital. Learn More»
The Guilds are partnering with World Ag Expo & Toyota to giveaway a new 2015 TundraSuggested donation: $5Drawing to be held: February 12, 2015Learn how to purchase your tickets here.
Kids Day Volunteers - sign up here!28th Annual Kids DayTuesday, March 3, 2015
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