Sponsor and Member News

January 2016

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican's Medical Staff Gives $20,000 in Donations to Local Charities
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican's medical staff spread humankindness during the holiday season by making donations to local nonprofits that go above and beyond for both those in southern Nevada and serving overseas. Each hospital campus' medical staff committee chose the nonprofit and notified them of the award last month. <<READ MORE>>
WGU Nevada Announces Las Vegas Latin Chamber Partnership and $32,000 in Scholarships
In collaboration with the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce, WGU Nevada is encouraging busy professionals to embark on a continuing education journey by offering more than $30,000 in scholarships to members of the chamber. The WGU Nevada Otto Merida Scholarship was created in honor of the founder and long-serving chief executive officer of the Latin Chamber of Commerce. 
Seeing Orange - The RTC provides enhanced resources and tools to help plan your commute
As Southern Nevada rebounds from the economic recession, we are experiencing growth in population and development. That's why local governments, utility companies and private developers are investing in enhancing and maintaining our existing infrastructure and building new infrastructure to accommodate our current and future growth. 
While this is good news for both our economy and our roadways, it has frustrated the public and tested their tolerance for roadway construction. The RTC launched Seeing Orange, a campaign to provide the public with critical and important information about construction projects. The community can call 702-928-CONE (2663) or visit seeingorangenv.com to submit questions and get project information. <<READ MORE>>
Real estate developer, former UNLV coach finds humanity in banking
Victor Hecker, former head coach for UNLV's swim team and local real estate developer, searched the country for a loan to build a memory care assisted living facility near Elkhorn Drive and Jones Boulevard. All of the banks to which he applied - even one he's been with for more than 20 years - turned him down flat. The reason? The numbers didn't add up in the computer, and it was only a $3 million deal.

Nearly a year ago, through a broker in Ohio, Hecker was introduced to Steve Wagner at Valley Bank of Nevada -- right in his own back yard. <<READ MORE>>
iFynder by DIVS Partnering to Keep Women and Children Safe
The Nevada Health Care Association Perry Foundation Welcomes Roger Faselt to its Board of Directors