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Your Gifts at Work

Gifts to the Valley Health Foundations and Development Funds support a wide range of programs and initiatives which help Valley Health achieve its mission of serving our community by improving health. Below are some examples of the various programs supported by your gifts. Our 2021 Annual Report contains additional examples and also provides an opportunity to recognize our donors.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss ways that your gift can help make a difference in your community or in a area of specific interest. Contact us at 540-536-6939 to learn more.

Winchester Medical Center Foundation

Our donors make a huge difference and we are thankful for every success. Together, we are able to provide much needed financial support to patients, supplies to the community, and education opportunities.

The Valley Health Cancer Center was made possible by raising over $10.5 million during the Cancer Center Capital Campaign. Patients and families can relax in the two-story glass atrium entrance or in the Trex Healing Garden – both made possible by philanthropy.

Winchester Medical Center new Cancer Center

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Hampshire Memorial Hospital Development Committee

Camp Fit 4 Kidz, an 8-week class held at the Hampshire Wellness & Fitness Center, allows children identified by their school nurse to learn more about nutrition, take exercise classes and discover how to start and maintain a healthy lifestyle now. Thanks to community support, this camp also covers a membership for a parent or guardian to join their child during the classes to help make our community healthier, together.

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Page Memorial Hospital Development Committee

CPR Anytime Classes are offered at Page Memorial Hospital, free of charge, to community members who want to learn CPR. After completion of the class, all participants receive a kit to take with them to share training with family, friends and neighbors and for refreshing skills as needed. Each kit contains a personal inflatable Mini Anne® CPR Manikin; bilingual Spanish and English CPR Skills Practice DVD; Adult CPR & AED and Hands-Only TM CPR reference card; and a Choking and Child CPR and AED reference card.

Page Memorial Hospital CPR class

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Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Foundation

Equipment purchased for the new state-of-the-art Emergency Department at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital was made possible with the $1.5 million raised by the community. The new ED now serves the Woodstock and Shenandoah county area with seventeen (17) private exam and treatment rooms; a dedicated cardiac care room; trauma room; new CT scanner, ultrasound and x-ray equipment. All thanks to the generous support of the community!

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital Emergency Department

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War Memorial Hospital Development Committee

A wheelchair-accessible van was recently purchased for the War Memorial Extended Care Unit. This will allow more flexibility in taking residents to appointments and getting them involved in more community activities.

War Memorial Hospital extended care unit's new wheelchair-accessible van

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Warren Memorial Hospital Foundation

Many times, patients are able to continue their rehabilitation from injury at home, but the cost of the equipment is sometimes out of reach. The Community Fund at Warren Memorial Hospital provides assistance for these one-time purchases that can help a patient return to their normal work and life routines. Examples of these therapy tools include knee, ankle, wrist and elbow braces; custom orthodontics; and therapy bikes and utensils for pediatric development.

Leg therapy tool purchased by the Community Fund at Warren Memorial Hospital

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