The Troy Record published a story about SPHP’s master facility plan for its Troy facilities, interviewing Peter Semenza, vice president for philanthropy for St. Peter’s, on fundraising efforts to accomplish those construction goals.
From the story:
As the first of what was billed as a three-phase master plan for Troy’s facilities winds down and officials begin to look forward to the opening next month of the new Heinrich Medicus Pavilion at Samaritan Hospital, the partnership continues to look into the future of Collar City healthcare. Meanwhile, the group’s philanthropic arm is also winding down a three-year campaign to raise $25 million towards the cost of the $99 million plan, which also included construction of a new parking garage that opened in June 2015 on the Samaritan campus.
“Now, the trick is finishing it,” Peter Semenza, vice president for philanthropy for St. Peter’s, said during an interview last week. “We are in the home stretch.”
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