For 80 years, women have come to Holston Valley Medical Center for their health needs – whether welcoming new life, getting routine checkups or seeking specialty treatment.
We're honored to be part of your lives during these key times. And now, we're excited to unveil plans to improve our care and create an atmosphere that's better suited for women and their families.
Through the Generations campaign, Holston Valley will create our Center for Women and Infants that will consolidate the birthing unit, post-partum care, the neonatal intensive care unit, pediatrics and gynecology on one floor of the hospital.
This new unit is a dedicated center for women and their families, and as such, will feature a separate entrance and elevator that lead directly to the Center for Women and Infants.
This $2 million project is desperately needed to bring peace of mind to new mothers, who can now be assured their babies are just a few feet away. And women who need additional gynecological services can be confident they're staying in updated, comfortable rooms.
In 2014, Holston Valley completed fundraising for its new neonatal intensive care unit, which will be a key element of our Center for Women and Infants.
Thanks to donors like you, we'll be able to:
Your gift to the Holston Valley Generations campaign will make it possible for us to provide the absolute best care to our region's women, infants and their families.
If Holston Valley has touched your life, or the life of someone you know, please consider enrolling in the Generations campaign's Footprints Club.
You also have the option to make a one-time gift to the Center for Women and Infants or a recurring donation at whatever level reflects your passion and commitment to the project.
Support a bright future for women's and children's care in our region. Consider enrolling in the Footprints Club or make a one-time gift to help build the new Center for Women and Infants.
Emily and Madison Surgener were born 10 weeks before their due date. Today, thanks to the NICU at Holston Valley, they are thriving, healthy girls who are true miracles. Check out their story and those of other children across the region who have grown up happy and healthy - and as NICU miracles.
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