Marin General Hospital Receives $21 Million Bequest

The Marin General Hospital Foundation in Greenbrae, California, has announced a $21 million planned bequest from board member Bruce Braden in support of a new campus for Marin General Hospital.

Announced in conjunction with the launch of the public phase of a campaign to fund the $394 million project, MGH 2.0, the bequest will support ongoing construction of the new campus. Slated to open in 2020, the  campus will include a four-story, 260,000-square-foot replacement facility for the current hospital; a five-story, 100,000-square-foot ambulatory services building; and a new parking structure. To date, the foundation has raised more than $64.2 million from community members, physicians, and staff.

"Marin General Hospital Foundation is thrilled by the extraordinary support and generosity of our friends and neighbors in Marin County," said MGHF board chair Andrea Schultz. "With the help of these donors, and through our Building Better Health campaign, we're determined to see that MGH 2.0 exceeds the needs of our community and that our caregivers continue to deliver the highest quality care in the North Bay."

"Marin General Hospital Foundation Announces Building Better Health Campaign." Marin General Hospital Foundation Press Release 07/19/2017.