Monday, September 29, 2014

Anonymous $10 million donor to be revealed

TROY >> On Tuesday, we'll learn the identity of the anonymous $10 million donor who made the largest private sector gift to a health care institution in the history of Troy and Rensselaer County.

It will happen at 11 a.m. at. Peter’s Health Partners breaks ground for its $99 million Troy Master Facilities Plan – a project that they expect will transform the future of health care in Troy, Rensselaer County, and the surrounding communities — at the Samaritan Hospital campus.

There will be more good news when officials announce a new $1 million gift from a well-known philanthropic. 

Among those expected to attend the event are the anonymous $10 million donor; Robert W. Johnson, III, chair of SPHP's board of trustees; Dr. Jim Reed, SPHP president and chief executive officer; Norman E. Dascher, Jr., chief executive officer of Samaritan and St. Mary's hospitals and vice president of Acute Care Troy, SPHP; Rensselaer County Executive Kathleen Jimino; Troy Mayor Lou Rosamilia; Peter D. Semenza, vice president of philanthropy, SPHP, and the co-chairs of SPHP's "Transforming Health Care in Troy" capital campaign; Thomas Amell, president & CEO, Pioneer Bank, and Dr. Robert E. Benton, cardiologist, Capital Cardiology Associates, and chief of cardiology, Samaritan Hospital.

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