Sinai Dedicates Six-Story Stoler Tower

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Leonard and Roslyn Stoler’s healthcare philanthropy is reaching new heights.

On Sunday June 1, the six-story Stoler Tower was dedicated on the Sinai Hospital campus, made possible by the Stoler’s $3 million gift to the new patient-care facilities.

The Stoler Tower is the new home to Sinai’s ER-7 Emergency Department, the Margaret and Benjamin S. Schapiro Cardiac Diagnostic Center, the Rose and Joseph Lazinsky Neuroscience Center, Sinai’s Intensive Care Unit, the Louis and Phyllis Friedman Neurological Rehabilitation Center and Sinai’s Intermediate Care Unit.

The gift enabled the building or renovation of each unit, and the facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art technologies as well as family-centered amenities that have become hallmarks of Sinai. All rooms are private, and the non-ICU in-patient rooms feature sleeper chairs for the comfort of extended stays by loved ones.

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