Local property developers Frances and Dominic Moceri have donated $10 million to Beaumont Hospital in Troy, the hospital’s largest financial gift to date. The donation will fund the construction of a family learning center and a medical intensive care unit, as well as establish a learning center endowment.
“The Moceri Medical Intensive Care Unit will treat patients with the most urgent and critical needs,” says Nancy Susick, president of Beaumont Hospital — Troy. “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.”
Susik says the 20,000-square-foot learning center will serve as an educational hub for physicians, nurses, and Oakland University medical students. The center will also offer public community health and wellness events.
Susik says the gift also allows for the completion of a 12-bed, private-room intensive care unit, to be located on the fifth floor of the hospital’s Critical Care Tower.
“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,” says Dominic Moceri.
Auburn Hills-based Moceri Cos. have developed numerous high-end residential communities in metro Detroit, including the Pinnacle homes in Oakland Township and the Stonewater subdivision in Northville Township. Moceri is currently building an 11-unit loft-style residential development called Irongate in Birmingham’s Rail District.
The company also has built luxury homes in Bloomfield Township, Bloomfield Hills, Franklin, Northville Township, Oakland Township, Rochester Hills, Troy, and West Bloomfield Township.