Sierra View Foundation donates $100k for oncology tech enhancements

Presented to the Sierra View Medical Center (SVMC) Board of Directors during their first monthly meeting of the year, the Sierra View Foundation (SVF) donated a $100,000 check for a 4D CT (computerized tomography) Simulator benefitting Sierra View Medical Center’s Roger S. Good Cancer Treatment Center.

On behalf of the Sierra View Foundation, Debbie Landers, Foundation Chair presented the check to Sierra View Medical Center’s Hospital Board and Roger S. Good Cancer Treatment Center staff. “This year’s donation is a result of proceeds from the 2018 Sierra View Foundation Gala and Annual Golf Tournament,” Landers said during the board meeting. “We have been making huge strides in our fundraising efforts and in building upon our relationship between the hospital and the community; I believe it’s important for us to fulfill our mission and keep making the same progress this year.”

Both the Hospital Board and Sierra View Foundation is exceptionally pleased with the generous support from the community members and thrilled to have contributed in purchasing the 4D CT simulator that will enhance the technology of oncology services for patients.

In alignment with one of the hospital’s 2019 goals, the Sierra View Foundation has set its sights on raising funds for an advanced and more sophisticated Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scanner. The MRI machine will help progress the SVMC imaging services and have a direct impact in patient care.

The Foundation’s first event of the year where all proceeds will be earmarked for the MRI Scanner is Sierra View Foundation’s 15th Annual Sierra View Golf Classic, happening Friday, April 5, 2019. With a 10 a.m. shotgun start, there will be much fun to be had at River Island Country Club, where the SVF hopes to use this opportunity to also build upon lasting relationships and help promote a positive image of Sierra View Medical Center. For more information about the Sierra View Foundation or upcoming events, visit or contact (559) 791-3922.

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