Rideout Health Foundation is leading the effort through our Annual Appeal Campaign to support the development of a high-quality and multidisciplinary Virtual Learning Center for our nurses and physicians. The center, which will be located near the hospital, is modeled after the UC Davis Virtual Training Center, where patient-simulation and advanced robotic technologies create a virtual hospital environment for health-care learners. The Virtual Training Center will offer the health-care professionals at Rideout exceptional educational opportunities that will allow them to maintain their skills and explore new procedures and technologies.
Sketch provided by Kelly Architecture & Planning
This unique center will not only provide a learning environment where physicians and clinicians can hone their skills, but also attract the best medical professionals to our Rideout Health staff.
Your gift is extremely important to Rideout Health because it will enable us to provide equipment and technology needed to develop a high-quality and multidisciplinary Virtual Training Center. The training provided will allow our nursing staff and physicians to increase the value of their knowledge in delivering high-quality care from a convenient facility located close to Rideout hospital.
- 14,256 square-foot facility located near the Rideout Hospital , 826 4th Street, Marysville
- Estimated cost - $1 million
- Provide innovative programs to improve the quality of health care through education, training and specialty-care at one location
- Fosters partnerships with local community colleges, organizations and associations to provide needed healthcare training
Please be a part of this effort and consider making a generous gift today.
Rideout Hospital is your community hospital. We exist to serve you and your loved ones - to provide hope, healing and recovery. Thank you for supporting our efforts and helping us achieve this goal.
To make a secure on line donation click on this link www.frhg.org/giving or to learn more, call Rideout Health Foundation at