Fertility Physicians of Northern California (FPNC), Fertility and Reproductive Health Institute (FRHI) and Valley Ambulatory Surgery Center (VASC) have announced, along with the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF), that they will enter into a relationship that is expected to commence July 1 when FPNC, FRHI and VASC become part of PAMF. This move brings together two renowned Bay Area medical practices offering services in reproductive endocrinology and fertility.
PAMF brings more than 80 years of outstanding and nationally recognized contributions to multispecialty care in the Bay Area, and offers reproductive endocrinology and fertility services at its Palo Alto and Fremont facilities.
“By combining our organizations, we can use our expertise and resources to bring the best of reproductive medicine to a greater number of patients in our communities,” says David Adamson, M.D., founder and director of FPNC, FRHI and VASC.
Mark and Mary Stevens have donated $1.5 million to the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) in memory of their late friend Father Paul Locatelli, S.J. This philanthropic contribution enabled the completion of the $12 million capital campaign for the construction of the new cancer care and primary care center in Sunnyvale, located at 301 Old San Francisco Road.
PAMF’s cancer center in Sunnyvale will be named in memory of Father Locatelli, whose life was defined by “conscience, compassion and competence.”
Mark Stevens is the managing partner of S-Cubed Capital, his family investment office based in Menlo Park. He is a special limited partner and former managing partner at Sequoia Capital, a leading technology venture capital firm which is known for backing successful Silicon Valley icons such as Apple, Cisco, Electronic Arts, Google, Nvidia and Yahoo! Mary Stevens worked in the commercial real estate business for 13 years, lastly as a Vice President at Cornish and Carey Commercial in Santa Clara. She is a former member of the Santa Clara University Board of Fellows and joined the school’s Board of Trustees last year.