In this changing healthcare environment, RVNA is evolving without losing touch with its core mission of compassionate caregiving. Our tradition of delivering healthcare services in the home is unchanged and is complemented with clinic-based care and education. RVNA will continue to expand to take the lead in the wellbeing of our entire community.
On December 8, 2014, we broke ground to build a new facility and home for RVNA, accessible to all who seek our services, with enough space for our clinics and educational programming. Raising funds through our successful Campaign for Tomorrow, we took occupancy in February 2016 and then held a community-wide ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 1, 2016, officially opening the Center for Exceptional Care!
A true community health and wellness facility, the RVNA Center for Exceptional Care is a user-friendly center for the community to obtain information and health education on a variety of health-related topics. It is a center for caregiver support, nutrition counseling, immunizations, travel medicine, well-child physicals, first aid training and illness prevention programs. RVNA continually strives to be prepared with the staff, technology, skill and knowledge to respond to healthcare reform, community health needs, emergencies and disasters, as well as the future home healthcare needs of our neighbors, young and old.
RVNA invites you to purchase a commemorative bench or paver along the Pathway to Health. Personalize your bench or paver with your name, family name, business name, or in memory of someone special. Leave a legacy or honor a loved one with a permanent tribute and become a lasting part of the RVNA community. RVNA is here to serve your family, friends and neighbors who will need us in the years and decades to come.
To purchase a commemorative bench or engraved paver, please click here to visit our donation page. For more information, please contact M.J. Heller, Director of Philanthropy, at (203) 438-5555, ext. 1206 or email@example.com.
Your contribution to RVNA today will help our community tomorrow.