A Multi-Million-Dollar Investment in Women’s Health
VHC Health is investing millions of dollars to expand women’s health services in the new six-story Outpatient Pavilion, set to open in the summer of 2023. Developed and designed by a female-led physician team, women’s health services will be centralized in 26,000 square feet of space on one floor.
Women’s Health Circle
Formed in 2014, the VHC Health Foundation’s Women’s Health Circle chooses a program each year that improves and expands the quality of women’s health services at VHC Health. Over the past two years, the group has focused on expanding imaging services for women and the Outpatient Pavilion.
“The Women’s Health Circle is proud to support women’s health services at VHC Health’s Outpatient Pavilion,” said Danine Fresch-Gray, DDS, Founder of Clarendon Dental Arts and co-chair of the Women’s Health Circle. “VHC Health has always empowered women by ensuring there is access to personalized, compassionate care, and this investment is a testament to elevating that care.”
“The influence that women hold in healthcare is widely acknowledged, as research shows they make more than 80% of the healthcare decisions for their families and 59% of decisions for other people. The Women’s Health Circle has supported these crucial decision makers through educational salons, investments in advanced hospital equipment, and connecting our members with medical experts,” said Marybeth Fraser, CEO, Magnificent Manors Team, Keller Williams Metro Center and co-chair of the Women’s Health Circle. “It’s rare to go to a hospital that is very community- oriented and puts their teams and people on even levels so that everyone feels comfortable, no matter what their experience going through the hospital is. VHC Health gives a lot to the community, so our job is to give back to the hospital. That gift of gratitude goes through generations.”