Files: David Musyj, president, CEO, Windsor Regional Hospital on Nov. 25, 2013. (DAN JANISSE/The Windsor Star)

DAN JANISSE / Windsor Star

Hospital CEOs and a number of native politicians will present an “important update” Monday on getting funding for the proposed mega-hospital.

The hospital is holding a information convention at 1 p.m. to give an replace on “efforts to secure a $2-billion investment in local hospital infrastructure for Windsor and Essex County,” in accordance to a hospital information launch.

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens and Tom Bain, warden of the County of Essex, shall be current, together with two members of provincial parliament: Taras Natyshak, for Essex, and Percy Hatfield, who represents Windsor-Tecumseh.

They’ll be a part of David Musyj, president and CEO of Windsor Regional Hospital and Janice Kaffer, president and CEO of Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Shane Mitchell, spokesman for Citizens for an Accountable Mega-hospital Planning Process, stated he doesn’t know what the hospital will announce, however would really like to see considerations concerning the website location addressed earlier than the method continues. The hospital is dealing with a lawsuit from the runner-up property.

“We’re frustrated that we still have a lot of outstanding questions that are unanswered and unresolved and it seems the city and the county have no problem pressing forward,” Mitchell stated.