Newswise — Baltimore, MD - Philanthropists, Roslyn and Leonard Stoler, have given a multi-million dollar gift to Sinai Hospital of Baltimore to name the south tower in the main hospital.
The newly named Roslyn & Leonard Stoler Tower has six floors and more than 200,000 square feet of space and includes units for patients with the most critical care needs. The Stoler Tower is home to an intensive care unit and neurocritical care unit, a cardiac diagnostic center, a neuroscience center, brain and spine programs, a neurological rehabilitation center, an intermediate care unit and a roof top helipad.
Leonard Stoler, who began his business with one car dealership in Baltimore in 1968 and now has more than a dozen franchises in Maryland and New York, is also a member of the LifeBridge Health Board of Directors and serves on the LifeBridge Health Budget and Finance Committee. Additionally, he and his wife support numerous charitable organizations.
“Roslyn and Leonard Stoler’s gift not only impacts Sinai’s patient-centered care now, but its influence will be felt for generations to come,” said Neil Meltzer, president and CEO of LifeBridge Health, Sinai’s corporate parent company. “Thanks to the Stolers’ visionary gift, Sinai continues its successful mission to provide advanced, high-quality health-related services.”
LifeBridge Health is one of the largest, most comprehensive providers of health services in northwest Baltimore. In addition to Sinai, it includes Northwest Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center and related subsidiaries and affiliates. For more information, visit www.lifebridgehealth.org.