First physical icon of multimillion-dollar expansion unveiled
TORONTO, June 24, 2013 /CNW/ - West Park Healthcare Centre will place its first stake-in-the-ground for West Park Healthcare Centre's multimillion-dollar redevelopment with the unveiling of a new 7.6 metre (25-foot) sign firmly rooted along one of Toronto's major arterial thoroughfares.
The sign at the north-west corner of Eglinton and Emmett Avenues, features a double-sided, full-coloured LED screen that will promote West Park services and community events.
|Date:||Wednesday, June 26, 2013|
|Time:||2:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.|
|Place:||North-west corner of Eglinton Avenue and Emmett Avenue (rain or shine)|
| Interview /
| Frances Nunziata, City Councillor for York South-Weston;
Laura Albanese, MPP York South-Weston
Anne-Marie Canning, Toronto Philanthropist;
David Weishuhn, Direct Energy;
Anne-Marie Malek, President and CEO, West Park Healthcare Centre;
John LaFramboise, President and CEO, West Park Foundation
West Park Healthcare Centre provides specialized rehabilitation, complex continuing care and long-term care services. West Park's redevelopment will create Ontario's first integrated healthcare campus that will bring together advanced rehabilitative and complex continuing care, primary care, long-term care, and independent living opportunities on a single site, so patients can live their lives to the fullest.
West Park gratefully acknowledges funding support provided by the Toronto Central LHIN
SOURCE: West Park Healthcare Centre
For further information:
Vince Rice, Director, Public Relations
West Park Healthcare Centre
T: 416-243-3730 | E: [email protected]