Nine stories. 169 beds. Countless patients to be served. The new Acute Care Tower at Highland Hospital opened in April 2016, expanding and strengthening the impact of Alameda Health System in the community. Housing innovative programs and the latest medical technology, the state-of-the-art building helps ensure that our providers have the resources they need to serve patients in a new era of health care.
Presented by Traditions Behavioral Health, this year’s Annual Gala—IMPACT: Nine Stories of Serving All—was held May 7, 2016 at Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery in Pleasanton and ushered in this new era, raising over $420,000 to support the health system. The elegant affair recognized three AHS providers for their outstanding commitment to patient care and featured a cocktail reception, seated dinner, awards program, and after party, as well as live and silent auctions. Patient speaker Meg Schwarzman, MD, MPH, shared her story to raise fund for priorities in the Acute Care Tower such as the Intensive Care Unit.
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