Brampton Civic Hospital’s South Tower Renamed to Bikram S. Dhillon and Family South Tower in Recognition of Transformative Donation
Last summer, Mr. Dhillon generously donated $10 million to the William Osler Health Network, prompting the renaming of the south tower.
The recently announced official name for Brampton Civic Hospital’s south tower is the Bikram S. Dhillon and Family South Tower. This name is in honor of Bikram S. Dhillon, the CEO of BVD Group, a family-owned Brampton firm that serves the North American trucking industry. Last summer, Mr. Dhillon generously donated $10 million to the William Osler Health Network, prompting the renaming of the south tower.
Ken Mayhew, the President and CEO of William Osler Health System Foundation, expressed gratitude for the transformative donation from BVD Group, highlighting its significance beyond its monetary value. He emphasized that it symbolizes a profound dedication to enhancing the health and well-being of the community. With the south tower now bearing the Dhillon family name, it stands as a lasting testament to their commitment to fostering healthier communities.