West Coast University is delighted to be a Presenting Sponsor for the Glendale Memorial Hospital's NICU charity event.
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Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) October 12, 2007
Southern California nursing school, West Coast University (WCU), is proud to sponsor the upcoming Glendale Memorial Health Foundation's 20th Annual Evening of Wine & Roses "Celebration Under the Stars" October 14, 2007. Proceeds of the event will aid Glendale Memorial Hospital's Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU), the advanced care unit for the most vulnerable babies, including those born prematurely (from 23 weeks gestation) or needing specialized attention.
"West Coast University is delighted to be a Presenting Sponsor for the Glendale Memorial Hospital's NICU charity event." announced Wayne Fletcher, Vice President of WCU. "As a nursing school, we are dedicated to supporting excellent healthcare in the Southern CA area. In addition to contributing to improving NICU care, sponsoring the charity event additionally allows WCU to support many of our graduates and the environment in which they work. It's a win-win situation for all."
The charity event is a black-tie affair complete with gourmet foods and fine wines. More than 800 guests, including business and community leaders, civic officials, physicians and staff of GMHHC, and friends are expected to attend the celebration and participate in the night of music, dancing, and the silent auction. All proceeds go to support GMHHC's NICU.
About West Coast University (http://www.westcoastuniversity.edu)
WCU was originally chartered in 1909 as an ophthalmology school. In the 1950s, WCU became one of the early pioneers to offer Bachelor Degree programs designed to meet the needs of working adults.
In May 1997, the University was reorganized and under the leadership of President and CEO, David Pyle, refocused the curriculum to offer accelerated nursing programs and high demand health care professions. Programs include RN to BSN, LVN to RN, and Health Care Administration. West Coast University has three campus locations in Southern California -- Los Angeles, Orange County (Anaheim) and a new campus location in Ontario opening in early 2008.