The $9 million, 20,000-square-foot project is part of a $40 million campus renovation that began in 2013."
The ICU was named in honor of John and Angelina Perrucci, the parents of attorney and real estate developer Michael Perrucci, who is a Phillipsburg native.
Perrucci donated “generously” to the hospital’s capital campaign, according to St. Luke’s, which said both his parents had received care at the Warren Campus.
“My parents thought the world of Warren Hospital, and they received excellent care here. I am happy to give back in their memory,” Perrucci said at the dedication.
The Infusion Center was named for the St. Luke’s Warren Hospital Auxiliary, which has raised money to help support the hospital for more than 70 years.
Auxiliary President Marietta Cerciello said: “Our mission is to help our hospital serve the community. I am so proud to have our name attached to this beautiful new center, and I hope people will heal here in comfort for decades to come.”
A total of $2 million was raised for the ICU and infusion center project. The ICU is about 16,000 square feet and cost about $6 million to build, and the Infusion Center is about 4,000 square feet and cost about $3 million.”