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Change CHOC, Change the World Campaign Newsletter
CHOC Children’s Launches Campaign to Fulfill Destiny of the Hospital

COVER STORY :
CHOC Receives Largest Gift In Its History
$30 million gift accelerates transformational change

Sometimes there’s a compelling and profound sense of humility in the quiet advocate for children. CHOC Children’s came to understand this when it received a $30 million estate gift— the largest gift in the hospital’s history—from a private, compassionate philanthropist whose ideals matched CHOC’s mission to improve the lives of children locally, nationally, and globally for generations to come.

The gentleman was former investment banker Robert L. Tidwell, who lived modestly in Garden Grove, California, and gave extraordinarily to drive the growth of a children’s hospital. With his transformative gift, CHOC is now more than 80 percent of the way toward meeting the goal of its $125 million “Change CHOC, Change the World” campaign, a major fundraising effort that will help CHOC evolve from a regional pediatric care center into one of the nation's leading children’s hospitals.

Mr. Tidwell’s gift will be balanced between helping build the new...
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Construction of CHOC Children's new sevenstory hospital tower, designed to provide a flexible platform to serve this region now and into the future, stands more than 70 percent complete. more...
Building the Tower from the Inside Out
Once the patient-care tower is finished, how do you bring it to life?
CHOC Children’s new patient-care tower strikes an impressive form with its massive footprint and wonderfully playful color scheme. The physical presence of the building, however, is only half the story. The building will spring to life by what gets put into it.

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CHOC Children’s Patient-Care Tower on Target to Open Spring 2013

Construction of CHOC Children's new sevenstory hospital tower, designed to provide a flexible platform to serve this region now and into the future, stands more than 70 percent complete. The state-of-the-art facility enables CHOC to take its place among our nation’s premier children’s hospitals with the ability to advance the research and practice of pediatric medicine.

When officially open in April 2013, the tower will add 425,000 square feet and up to 142 additional inpatient beds in future phases as part of an effort to boost the capacity and services of the top twenty busiest children’s hospital in the U.S. The tower will also feature dedicated pediatric surgery suites, radiology and laboratory facilities, and a new emergency center.

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People Make Greatness Happen People Make Greatness Happen
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