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Help Grow WVU Medicine Children's

Take a virtual tour (in the video above)  of what the new, state-of-the-art WVU Medicine Children's Hospital will look like, addressing current capacity issues and better serving the healthcare needs of all of West Virginia’s women and children. 

Building a new hospital, especially one for kids, is a heavy lift. Consider donating to help raise the $60 million needed to make the hospital a reality. 

“This is a necessity, not a nicety,” Gordon Gee, WVU president and chairman of the West Virginia University Health S ystem Board of Directors, said when the project was first announced . “The children and families we serve will be relying on our friends and alumni, our businesses, the people of West Virginia, and the Mountaineer Nation – wherever the y may be – to pitch in and to make this project a reality.”

The 155-bed, eight-story tower is scheduled to be completed in 2020. In addition to the WVU-themed floor, the tower will include:
WVU Medicine Children's provides the greatest range of pediatric specialty, high-risk maternal, and comprehensive gynecological care in central Appalachia. 

Gifts for the $60 million capital campaign are being made through  the WVU Foundation, the non-profit organization that receives and administers private donations on behalf of the University.

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