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Donation Helps Hospital Build New Care Facility
Updated May 5, 2013 12:03 AM | Filed under: Network Indiana
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - St. Vincent Hospital officials in Indianapolis have announced a $2.4-million naming gift for the new primary care center currently under construction.

Sue Anne Gilroy, executive director of the St. Vincent foundation, says the facility will be known as the Joshua Max Simon Primary Care Center thanks to a gift from Mel and Bren Simon.

The Simons donated the multi-million dollar gift in the name of their son, Joshua Max, who would have been 34-year-old on May 1st.

The primary care center will provide full-service care for the entire family, complete with family medicine, internal medicine, women's health and pediatrics clinics.



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