Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU celebrates new outpatient Children’s Pavilion

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Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU is celebrating a new standard of outpatient care with the ribbon-cutting of its new Children’s Pavilion.

The new Children’s Pavilion is the largest, most advanced pediatric outpatient facility in the region. The culmination of more than five years of planning and preparation, the new pediatric facility marks a milestone in advancing children’s health care and meets the growing need for coordinated outpatient services in Central Virginia. The 640,000-square-foot facility includes clinics, radiology, outpatient surgery, lab testing, dialysis, infusions and family amenities in an environment built just for kids.


WHAT:               Children’s Pavilion ribbon-cutting
                          Media will be invited to tour the building following the ribbon-cutting.

WHEN:               March 9, 2016
                          10 a.m.
                          Media are asked to arrive by 9:30 a.m. to set up.                           

WHERE:             New Children’s Pavilion, Ground Level
                          1000 E. Broad St.
                          Complimentary valet parking available. Entrance located on 10th Street.
                          Media must RSVP to Shira Pollard to ensure convenient parking. 

WHO:                 Gov. Terry McAuliffe
                           VCU, VCU Health and CHoR leadership
                           Patient family