Ronald McDonald House at Stanford celebrates opening of new residence

The new building has 67 private family suites for families who have children hospitalized at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.

The new building is part of Ronald McDonald House at Stanford, which previously comprised just one residence with 47 suites. The addition of the new residence, which is next door to the original one, is expected to alleviate the nightly waiting list of 40-50 families seeking accommodations.
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A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held May 10 for a newly constructed, 52,000-square-foot residential building designed to house families with children hospitalized at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. The new building, on Sand Hill Road, has 67 private family suites. There are 357 Ronald McDonald Houses worldwide, providing families with a place to stay near hospitals where their children are being treated.

The new building features age-specific activity rooms, including this recreational area for teens, as well as kitchen and dining areas, laundry rooms, a fitness center and a rehabilitation room.
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Tenasha Carter and Samuel Akpan have an 11-month-old son, Ajani, hospitalized at Packard Children’s. The couple, along with Ajani’s three siblings, will be staying at the new residence. 
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A room in one of the family suites.
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