Panoramic Properties donates to Niagara Hospital
posted on July 07, 2022
Panoramic Properties believes in investing in and building strong communities. That's why Panoramic Properties' President, Angelo Butera, just made a two million dollar donation to Niagara Health in support of their 'Its Our Future' campaign which will fund the creation of a new South Niagara hospital. Canada’s first WELL-certified healthcare facility, the new hospital will span 1.2 million square feet and 10 storeys. It will feature 469 beds, eight operating suites and 42 hemodialysis stations. It will be located at the corner of Montrose and Biggar road in Niagara Falls. Its specialties will include stroke care, older adult care, and ageing and wellness.
As a Niagara resident who received formidable healthcare in Niagara in 1991 when he broke both of his legs in an accident, Butera said that he believes “Niagara Health provided high quality care, and excellent patient experience to help me in my recovery to walking again. I wanted to give back because I want to do what I can for this beautiful region, as it made me who I am today. Excellence in healthcare means no cracks to fall through.”
His donation was made on behalf of the Angelo Butera Family and was very well received. “The support from Angelo Butera and his family will be a driver for a connected and community healthcare experience at the South Niagara Site,” said President and CEO of the Niagara Health Foundation, Andrea Scott. “We are so thankful for their donation and are honoured to recognize Angelo and his family as Founding Donors of the ‘It’s Our Future’ campaign.”
“We couldn’t be more grateful for the outpouring of community support we are receiving for the South Niagara Site so far,” added Mayor of Niagara Falls Jim Diodati and HOCO president Harry Oakes. “Contributors like Angelo Butera and Panoramic Properties know that this project is a game-changer for Niagara. It’s so exciting to see so many people jumping on board to be a part of it!”
Lynn Guerriero, President and CEO of Niagara Health added, “We are thrilled to recognize Angelo Butera and the Butera family for their generous contribution to the south Niagara site. As a community leader and builder, Mr. Butera understands the importance of creating safe and inviting spaces."
The main entrance seating area of the new hospital will be named the Angelo Butera Family Seating Area. The project will be completed in fall 2026.