Welcome to your Lynchburg Children's Miracle Network Hospital

Dedicated to helping children in need of medical attention since 1983, the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals has committed time and money into continuing the future medical attention and happiness of children everywhere.

Centra Virginia Baptist and Centra Lynchburg General Hospitals belong to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and treat babies and children from throughtout the region.  Children's Miracle Network Hospitals locally provides pediatric and neonatal medical equipment, facilities, and transportation equipment for the hospitals.

Admission is $7 per person for one day & $10 for both days. 

Children 6 and under Free!

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Walmart Celebrates

CMN Hospitals Partner Sets World Record

Sunday, November 13

E. Stuart James Grant Center, Dimon Drive, North Campus,  Averett University, Danville, VA

Walmart, a key fundraising partner of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, created a collage of 24,379 square feet of 8” by 10” photos to break the existing record of a 22,600 square foot photo collage. The new record translates to approximately 45,000 photos. A Guinness official was present to verify the record. A hundred Walmart associates were on hand to create the massive collage, assisted by the Averett University baseball team.

Customers made donations to sponsor photos for the collage at ten Walmart stores…Altavista, Appomattox, Blackstone, Danville, Emporia, Farmville, Franklin, South Boston, South Hill, & Suffolk. The stores raised $106,000 in support of the photo collage.

The most important thing about the collage is that proceeds remain locally to go to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the area in which they were raised. For the collage this would include Centra Lynchburg General and Virginia Baptist Hospitals, Children’s Hospitals of the King’s Daughters in Norfolk, Children’s Hospital in Richmond, and Duke Children’s Hospital. CMN Hospitals use funds to provide medical equipment, facilities, emergency transportation and patient services to treat babies and children in their local communities.

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 We have started our campaign to raise funds to replace the older neonatal/pediatric ambulance we provided six years ago. Lydia Horne from Clarksville was born prematurely and had to be treated by the neonatal ambulance transport team, then taken to the Virginia Baptist Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  If you would like to donate toward the new ambulance, please click on the donate button below.

Click here to see Horne Family video 2016 


Ambulance 2016 for CMN Hospitals Website

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