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The Bolger Foundation Challenges The Valley

Community to Support The  Mother/Baby Unit Renovation


In answer to a funding request from the Valley Hospital Foundation to support the renovation of Valley’s Mother/Baby unit, The Bolger Foundation has issued a CHALLENGE GRANT. 

Renovation of The Valley Hospital’s Center for Childbirth

 Surpassing the expectations of our patients and their families is a priority at Valley.  

The Valley Hospital’s Center for Childbirth offers a family-centered approach to the childbirth experience in a relaxed, flexible and comforting environment. These outstanding facilities are staffed by Valley’s dedicated team of anesthesiologists, gynecologists/obstetricians, midwives, neonatologists, perinatologists, pediatricians, pediatric subspecialists, specially trained certified holistic nurses, nurses and lactation consultants. These professionals work together to ensure the most comprehensive care for our patients and their families.

 Valley's Center for Childbirth delivers more than 3,400 infants each year, and currently the private post-partum rooms where these infants and their parents spend their first days are all located on the 3rd floor, but disjointed in two separated buildings. In order to provide comparable amenities to all of our delivering parents, renovations are underway to relocate half the post-partum rooms to be in the same building. This rearrangement will unify this space physically and offer an enhanced patient experience to all of the families who choose Valley. All rooms will have a private shower, and are appropriately furnished and stylishly accented to instill a comfortable, hotel-like atmosphere, including HDTV, an individual thermostat, sleeper-sofa for overnight visitors, and use of mobile phone technology.

The total estimated cost for this project is $2.4 million.

HELP US meet this Challenge!  

The Valley Hospital Foundation’s goal is to raise $1.8 million by December 31, 2017 in order to receive a $600,000 match from The Bolger Foundation.