TROY, Mich., Oct. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Frances and Dominic Moceri will be recognized November 3rd at Beaumont Hospital - Troy for their donation of the largest financial gift in the hospital's 38-year history. The gift will fund construction of the Frances and Dominic Moceri Family Learning Center and the Frances and Dominic Moceri Medical Intensive Care Unit, as well as establish the Moceri Learning Center Endowment.
The 20,000-square-foot Dominic and Frances Moceri Family Learning Center will serve as an educational hub, for physicians, nurses and other clinicians at Beaumont Hospital – Troy, as well as students of Oakland University William Beaumont (OUWB) School of Medicine. The center will also be a hub for community health and wellness offering events and programs for the public. Additionally, the gift allows for completion of a 12-bed, private-room Medical Intensive Care Unit which will be located on the fifth floor of the hospital's Critical Care Tower. The area is currently shell space and the Moceri gift will complete, equip and furnish the unit.
The gift supports Beaumont Hospital - Troy in its ongoing efforts to provide extraordinary, compassionate care to patients and families.
"The Moceri Medical Intensive Care Unit will treat patients with the most urgent and critical needs," said Beaumont Hospital – Troy President Nancy Susick. "This gift connects the latest in technique and treatment taught through the Frances and Dominic Moceri Learning Center to the care provided in the medical intensive care unit bearing their name."
"You don't become poor from giving," said Dominic Moceri, who built Moceri Development from the ground up during the past five decades. "We learned long ago that our primary focus has to be to create communities that are not only beautiful but sustainable, healthy places for families to live."
"We are thrilled that the Learning Center and Medical Intensive Care Unit will allow our community to receive the best care available in our region, while providing a space for the next generation of health care leaders to develop and learn about the therapies and care delivery methods of tomorrow," Moceri added.
The Moceri family has become a staple in Michigan property development, associated with a range of high-quality residential communities and commercial buildings. Moceri neighborhoods are called home by more than 55,000 families in the state. These personalized homes range from elegant, master-planned sites to luxury apartments and affordable condominiums and manufactured home communities throughout Southeast Michigan.
"The Moceri family has changed the very landscape of southeastern Michigan by the distinctive homes that grace our region," said Beaumont Foundation President and Beaumont Health Chief Development Officer Margaret Cooney Casey. "Now, through their overwhelming generosity, Frances and Dominic Moceri are supporting the health and wellness of those who live in those communities and beyond."
For more information on Moceri, please visit www.Moceri.com
About Moceri: For three generations the Moceri name has been synonymous with the face of housing in Michigan. Moceri is associated with a range of high quality residential communities. Moceri Companies' neighborhoods are called home by more than 55,000 families and range from elegant, master planned sites such as The Oaklands and Northville's Stonewater to luxury apartments, and affordable condominiums and manufactured home communities in southeast Michigan.
About Beaumont Hospital – Troy:
Part of Beaumont Health, Beaumont Hospital -Troy is a 458-bed, acute care community teaching hospital that ranks among the nation's highest-volume community hospitals for admissions and surgeries. Beaumont Hospital -Troy is a Magnet-designated hospital for nursing excellence. The hospital has been recognized as among the nation's "100 Top Hospitals." Beaumont Hospital - Troy earned "high performing" regional rankings in eight medical specialties on the U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Hospitals" 2015-16 lists. Visit Beaumont's website at www.beaumont.edu.
SOURCE Moceri Companies