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Inova Loudoun launches ‘Loudoun Rising’ fundraising campaign

Leaders of the new Inova Loudoun fundraising campaign. From left, Scott Miller, CEO of FCi Federal; Deborah Addo recently appointed Inova Loudoun Hospital CEO; Sharon Virts, FCi Federal founder and Inova Loudoun Hospital campaign co-chair; Mark Stauder, president and COO at Inova. Courtesy Photo
Inova Loudoun Hospital recently unveiled the “Loudoun Rising: Taking Health to New Heights” fundraising campaign, a planned $20 million endeavor that will support the hospital’s $300 million master plan for the expansion of facilities and services.

The expansion is expected to be completed by 2020, and donors have already amassed $12 million in the effort.

Loudoun residents Sharon D. Virts and Scott F. Miller, the campaign co-chairs, hosted the campaign kickoff at Selma Mansion in Leesburg on Wednesday.

“We believe strongly in investing in our community’s health. This campaign is a bold initiative that will have a significant and meaningful impact on our health, our children’s health and even our grandchildren’s health,” said Virts and Miller, both of whom are major donors for the campaign and Selma owners.

Inova Loudoun Hospital's new CEO Deborah Addo said the campaign “will only be successful with the community’s support and advocacy.”

“We know that to meet the needs of our ever-growing community requires in-depth, countywide expansion planning and implementation, along with advanced services and tertiary care that you would see at larger hospitals,” Addo said in a statement. “Our plans, and this Loudoun Rising campaign, are about building additional infrastructure and expanding services to meet the needs of our growing community.”

The master plan expansion of facilities and services includes a new seven-story patient tower with all private rooms; more tertiary services, including catalyzing Level III Trauma at the Inova Virts Miller Family Emergency and Trauma Center and throughout the hospital; an expanded Inova Heart and Vascular Institute Schaufeld Family Heart Center; an expanded Intermediate Care Unit and Intensive Care Unit and a new obstetrics unit and expanded Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).


265 million dollar gain and now they are begging for money, yikes!

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