Cedars-Sinai to name center after Bill and Sue Gross
By Rob Kozlowski | November 26, 2012
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center will name a new surgical center in its Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion after PIMCO founder William H. Gross and his wife, Sue.
The announcement on Nov. 14 comes as a result of a $20 million gift toward the building, scheduled to open next summer, by the $341 million Gross Family Foundation, Albany, N.Y.
“We wanted to make a gift to support a worthy Los Angeles-based health-care institution. Cedars-Sinai's mission resonated with us,” said Ms. Gross, president of the foundation, in a news release.
The Sue and Bill Gross Surgery and Procedure Center will take up the fifth floor of the new 11-story pavilion. The 50,000-square-foot center will provide outpatient surgical procedures and will connect to the main medical center via the Sue and Bill Gross Skywalk bridge.
This article originally appeared in the November 26, 2012 print issue as, "Cedars-Sinai to name center after Bill and Sue Gross".