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Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle School of Nursing and Health Services Building

The Frank M. Doyle Foundation donates $1,000,000

On November 19, 2008, Golden West College dedicated its spectacular new $12.5 million Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle School of Nursing and Health Services Building. The Frank M. Doyle Foundation provided $1 million to the naming opportunity for the building. Dedicated in memory of Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle, this beautiful building will provide a legacy of progressive health instruction and services, ensuring a bright future for our health professionals.  The Frank M. Doyle Foundation has made a significant difference in the lives of Golden West College students by providing the means to foster a learning environment built upon the newest technologies and advances in health care. Golden West College is privileged to be in partnership with this extraordinary philanthropic family. Over the last decade, the Doyle Foundation has provided the college $50,000 in nursing grants, as well as $312,000 in student scholarships.

The McBeth Foundation was recognized for their $50,000 donation to the naming opportunity for the Frank M. and Gertrude R. Doyle School of Nursing lobby. A Pillar of Support has been established in their honor and their generous donation will provide much needed equipment and supplies, as well as a garden for health services students, staff and the campus community to contemplate, reflect and relax.