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|Every day, an increasing number of children from across the Southland rely on the expert physicians and care teams at Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach for life-saving care. To meet this growing need, Miller Children's Hospital Long Beach recently opened a new, leading-edge, 124,000 square foot inpatient pavilion. Yet, the need for philanthropic support on this project is still critical.||
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Community members, patients, staff and physicians have been actively involved in the planning for the new pavilion. We are now at the next phase of planning and are looking to build out the rest of the second floor, the entire third floor and refurbish the MemorialCare Center for Women.
The next several years of growth provide a tremendous opportunity for community members to become a part of the life-saving efforts that happen here. Help us. Help kids.
There is still time to put your name on the new inpatient pavilion. The financial requirements and guidelines for naming opportunities differ, but donors are encouraged to discuss their ideas with one of the development officers. An array of possibilities exist at Miller Children’s for donors interested in naming opportunities that might closely align with their specific areas of interests, such as:
Roof top Garden on 3rd Floor - The roof-top garden can give children and their families a chance to take a break from hospitalization and find some solace, without having to venture too far from a patient’s room. A generous donor can make gift to make the roof-top garden come to fruition on the second floor of the new pavilion.
Endowment or Trust - Support one of the many Outpatient Special Care Centers, that provide specialized pediatric care for each medical specialty.
Support Inpatient Care Area Growth
Support Outpatient Specialty Centers
Support the Imagining Center
Contact a Senior Development Officer to discuss any philanthropic opportunities that support the expansion project.