Adventist HealthCare's 2012 Report to the Community
It is our pleasure to present to you Adventist HealthCare’s 2012 Report to the Community. In these pages, you will read about the extraordinary work provided by our dedicated employees, volunteers and physicians throughout the year. We also hope that you will come away with a greater understanding of our long tradition of service to our communities and the integral role we have in the regions we serve.
2012â€“2013 Report to the Community We demonstrate Godâ€™s care by improving the health of people and communities through a ministry of physical, mental and spiritual healing. Contents Bringing Wellness to the Community................................................................. 2 Excellence at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center.............................. 12 Adventist HealthCare By the Numbers In 2012.............................................. 3 Partnering With Our Physicians......................................................................... 13 Adventist HealthCareâ€™s Quality Awards and Designations......................... 4 Adventist HealthCare Center on Health Disparities................................... 14 Excellence in Cardiac Care...................................................................................... 6 Adventist HealthCare Community Benefit for 2012................................... 15 Excellence in Cancer Care....................................................................................... 7 Serving Our Community...................................................................................... 16 Excellence in Mother-Baby Care........................................................................... 8 Thank You to Our Generous Donors................................................................ 18 Excellence in Behavioral Health Services.......................................................... 9 Excellence in Rehabilitation Services............................................................... 10 Adventist HealthCare Board of Trustees and Executive Team........................................................................................................ 22 Excellence in Home Care Services.................................................................... 11 Adventist HealthCare Entity Leadership Groups......................................... 23 The vision of Adventist HealthCare is to be a high performance integrator of wellness, disease management and health care services, delivering superior health outcomes, extraordinary patient experience and exceptional value to those we serve. 1 Bringing Wellness to the Community H ospitals are generally seen as places where the very ill go for treatment of serious conditions at the hands of skilled physicians, nurses and staff. Adventist HealthCare is blessed to feature a number of our hospitals, which are recognized nationally for the high-quality care provided to patients. You can see many of these recognitions on the following pages. However, in this era of health care reform, hospitals and health systems are now being asked to not only provide quality and compassionate care inside the hospitals, but to also encourage people to stay healthy and to provide communities with resources that encourage a culture of wellness. Thankfully, Adventist HealthCare is already ahead of the curve due in large part to its more than 100 year history based upon Seventh-day Adventist principles of wellness. For a number of years, Adventist HealthCare has had robust health and wellness programs based at our facilities and in the community. In 2012, we touched more than 60,000 lives through heart, cancer, vascular and other screenings. Through our Center on Health Disparities, we raise community awareness about local health disparities, improve capacity to deliver population-based care, and develop solutions to eliminate local disparities in health care. Beyond health and wellness programs, in 2012 we continued to employ more primary care physicians and specialists through Adventist Medical Group, in order for the community to have improved access to care. We also were able to connect hundreds of physicians into electronic medical Bill Robertson, left, president and chief executive officer of Adventist HealthCare, and Dave Weigley, chair of the Adventist HealthCare Board of Trustees and president of the Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. 2 record systems through our ACES Program, helping them have even more accurate and timely information about their patients. And our work is not done. Over the upcoming months, you will begin to see information on more Adventist HealthCare programs that will bring our continuum of care into the community to provide population-based care. We invite you to read about Adventist HealthCare in our 2012–2013 report to the community through the stories of those whose lives we touched with our quality, compassion and experience. David E. Weigley, M.B.A. Chair, Adventist HealthCare Board of Trustees, and President, Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists William G. “Bill” Robertson President and Chief Executive Officer of Adventist HealthCare Bringing Wellness to the Community I n keeping with our mission, Adventist HealthCare continues its longstanding tradition to bring the community to good health through our robust offering of health and wellness services throughout Montgomery, Prince George’s and Frederick counties. Our facilities and programs served the community with approximately 650,000 encounters in 2012 as we provide care across the continuum to those whom we are privileged to serve. Adventist HealthCare provides community health education and reaches thousands of people throughout Montgomery and Prince George’s County at events such as the annual Fiesta de las Madres and SalvadoranLatino Health Fair, and at places including the Rockville Senior Center, Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington and Gaithersburg Upcounty Senior Center. Adventist HealthCare By The Numbers In 2012 1 | Mission: To demonstrate God’s care by improving the health of people and communities through a ministry of physical, mental and spiritual healing. 5 | Hospitals, three acute care and two specialty More than 100 | Community partners 1,047 | Licensed acute care and specialty beds 2,076 | Physicians/medical staff members 2,491 | Volunteers 6,263 | Employees 6,600 | Covered lives/Patient Centered Medical Home 7,097 | Newborns 27,387 | Surgeries 43,323 | Acute and specialty admissions 64,365 | Health and wellness encounters 77,352 | Home health visits Community events such as our annual Love Your Heart Expo are another way that Adventist HealthCare reaches out to help the community live a heart healthy life. More than 300 people attended the Feb. 9 event this year where Washington Adventist and Shady Grove Adventist Hospitals offered free heart health screenings, heart healthy cooking and lifestyle demonstrations and educational talks. 106,069 | Volunteer hours 180,232 | Emergency visits 246,998 | Outpatient visits 650,000 | Overall encounters (approx.) $63,412,071 | Community benefit $737,000,000 | Revenue 3 Adventist HealthCare’s Quality Awards and Designations National and State Recognitions U.S. News & World Report Washington Adventist Hospital: High performing in Cardiology & Heart Surgery, Gastroenterology, Geriatrics and Neurology & Neurosurgery; Top 10 hospital in Washington, D.C. region. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: High performing in Geriatrics, Diabetes & Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and Nephrology; Top 10 hospital in Washington, D.C. region. Top 500 of the 2012 HomeCare Elite in the United States Adventist Home Health: Top 500 of the 2012 HomeCare Elite, identifies the top 25 percent of national home health agencies and further highlights the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall. Top Ten Submission for Maryland Patient Safety Center’s Minogue Award for Patient Safety Innovation Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval Adventist Behavioral Health Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Washington Adventist Hospital Top-of-the-Line Rehabilitation Services Outstanding Cardiac Care High-Quality Cancer Care Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Cycle III Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Accreditation for patient care procedures that exceed the rigid standards set by the national Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland: First and only hospital in a five-state area to obtain accreditations from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) International for care of hospitalized patients in all four specialty areas—brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke and amputation. American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Accreditation Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Commendation as a Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Washington Adventist Hospital: Commendation as a Comprehensive Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. American College of Radiology Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s Nuclear Medicine Services: American College of Radiology Gold Seal of Accreditation in computed tomography, or CAT scanning. Shady Grove Adventist Radiation Oncology Center at Rockville: American College of Radiology Accreditation. American College of Radiation Oncology Washington Adventist Hospital: First facility in the Washington metropolitan area to be accredited by the American College of Radiation Oncology. 4 Accredited Chest Pain Centers with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) Washington Adventist Hospital: First in Maryland to receive Cycle IV Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Accreditation for patient care procedures that exceed the rigid standards set by the national Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. American Heart Association Mission: Lifeline Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: Bronze Performance Achievement Award. American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary The Cardiac and Vascular Rehabilitation Center at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Certification. American College of Cardiology Foundation and American Heart Association Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: ACTION Registry-Get With the Guidelines Performance Achievement Awards from the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Three consecutive Gold Performance Achievement Awards for quality care for heart attack patients. Adventist HealthCare’s Quality Awards and Designations Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services and Systems Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: Designated cardiac interventional centers by the Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services and Systems. Outstanding Vascular Care Expert Mother-Baby Care Centers of Excellence for Carotid Stenting Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: Designated Centers of Excellence for carotid stenting, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Level IIIB Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Designated Level IIIB, one of the highest possible ratings attainable. Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Echocardiography Laboratories Washington Adventist Hospital: Accredited echocardiography laboratory. American College of Radiology Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Accredited Vascular Ultrasound Laboratory. Maryland Patient Safety Center Collaborative Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Labor & Delivery: Gold Medal awards from the Maryland Patient Safety Center Neonatal and Perinatal Collaborative. Stroke Care Achievements American Heart Association Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award from the American Heart Association (AHA), recognizing each hospital for following the AHA’s Stroke Performance Achievement Indicators for 24 consecutive months and complying with the AHA’s Quality Measures. American Heart Association Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award Hackettstown Regional Medical Center: Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Awards from the American Heart Association ‘Get With The Guidelines— Stroke’ program. Primary Stroke Center by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital: Designated Primary Stroke Centers by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems. Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Accredited in carotid and venous ultrasound. Excellence in Surgical Services & Wound Care International Board Certified Lactation Consultants Care Award Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: First hospital in Maryland to receive the International Board Certified Lactation Consultants Care Award. American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence by the Surgical Review Corporation/American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery. Highest Patient Care & Experience Joint Commission Certification for Total Joint Replacement Programs Shady Grove Adventist Hospital: Joint Commission Certification for Total Joint Replacement Programs (Knees & Hips). Beacon Award for Excellence by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses The Cardiac and Vascular Intensive Care Unit at Washington Adventist Hospital: Silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. National Wound Care Center of Distinction The Center for Advanced Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine at Washington Adventist Hospital: Center of Distinction by Healogics, Inc. for outstanding patient outcomes for twelve months or more, the only wound care center in the D.C. metropolitan region within the Healogics network to be recognized with this national award. 5 Excellence in Cardiac Care C hris’ ordinary day was interrupted when he suddenly lost the ability to speak a full sentence. His doctor called David Brill, M.D., interventional cardiologist at Washington Adventist Hospital, and instructed Chris to go directly to the hospital. Doctors diagnosed a transient ischemic attack, which occurs when blood flow to part of the brain is briefly halted. And with a 5,000-mile crosscountry motorcycle trip just a few months away, the 57-year-old from Carroll County was shocked when doctors told him he would need open-heart surgery to remove a heart tumor. Paul Massimiano, M.D., heart surgeon and program director of cardiac surgery at Washington Adventist Hospital, performed the surgery. “My entire team of doctors and nurses was truly concerned about my care and my health,” Chris says. Before surgery, Chris started to have doubts that he would be able to recover in time for his scheduled motorcycle trip through Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and parts of Canada, but Dr. Massimiano put his mind at ease. Sure enough, just a few months after surgery, Chris was able to take his cross-country motorcycle road trip as planned. Successful open heart surgery at Washington Adventist Hospital allowed Chris to continue planning his 5,000-mile motorcycle trip, which he took just several months later. 6 Excellence in Cancer Care V aughn of Rockville diligently had his annual physical and prostate screening every spring for almost 20 years. Vaughn, a health-conscious former athlete, started annual prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screenings at age 40, after he lost his father to prostate cancer. His tests always came back normal until one day a physical showed an abnormal PSA test. included a referral to Don Bridges, M.D., a radiation oncologist at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. Vaughn quickly met with Barry Aron, M.D., chair of urology at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. Further tests confirmed that Vaughn had prostate cancer. While he had several treatment options to consider, Dr. Aron worked with him on a plan, which Vaughn decided to pursue an aggressive treatment option and in March 2011, instead of getting his annual physical and screening, he started his cancer treatment, which included hormone treatment followed by five weeks of radiation. “My first inclination was to go the surgery route,” Vaughn says. “Then I met with Dr. Bridges and he talked with me for over three hours. He wanted me to make sure that I knew all of the pluses and minuses to my options.” “I’m very pleased that I received such good treatment and care from the team at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital,” Vaughn says. “I am feeling wonderful these days.” The Aquilino Cancer Center will open this fall as the first community-based, free-standing, comprehensive cancer center in Montgomery County, Md. It will be located on Adventist HealthCare’s Rockville campus, adjacent to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. A family history of prostate cancer prompted Vaughn to get checked every year. In 2010, those screenings saved his life. 7 Excellence in Mother-Baby Care T iffany and Aaron of Germantown were just 20 weeks into their pregnancy when they learned that one of their unborn twins had only a small chance of survival. Their doctor connected them with Jim Rost, M.D., medical director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, to learn about the care their babies would receive when they arrived. “Dr. Rost was unbelievably warm and inviting to us and helped us feel at ease,” says Tiffany. On August 22, 2012, at just 27 weeks, physicians performed an emergency cesarean section and the twins were placed in the NICU. Alexis weighed just 1 lb. 6 oz. and her brother, Dylan, weighed 2 lbs. 8 oz. Dylan required only minimal respiratory support whereas Alexis was placed on a breathing machine called a ventilator. Tiffany visited her babies up to 12 hours a day in the NICU. Dylan went home after 51 days, but Alexis stayed for more than 120 days. On December 23, 2012, Alexis finally joined her brother at home. With both children home and gaining weight, Tiffany is thankful for the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital NICU team. “Not only was it convenient for us but we were very fortunate to have a facility that could handle a baby as small and as sick as our daughter and to have as positive of an outcome,” she says. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s expert mother-baby care has earned the International Board of Lactation Consultants Care Award and recognition as a gold-level Breastfeeding-Friendly Workplace from the Maryland Breastfeeding Coalition. New parents, Aaron and Tiffany, are thankful for the excellent care provided by staff at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s Level IIIb Neonatal Intensive Care Unit when twins, Dylan and Alexis were born at 27 weeks. 8 Excellence in Behavioral Health Services F ive-year-old Jack is a bright, artistic child and very engaging with adults. He also struggles with anxiety that at times is overwhelming, especially in social environments with his peers. These difficulties led his mother, Jennifer, to the Therapeutic Nursery Program TNP at the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children. The TNP is a family-centered intervention program that works collaboratively with parents to encourage and support their child’s positive emotional growth in the classroom and at home. “Since enrolling in the Therapeutic Nursery Program, Jack’s progress at home and in the classroom has been remarkable,” says Jack’s mother, Jennifer. The goals of the TNP are to help young children overcome social and emotional delays by building positive relationships with adults and peers and helping children express their feelings in safe ways. With this foundation, children can be successful in school throughout their life “Jack is learning how to communicate with his family and his peers in way that helps him build confidence, feel secure and establish trust, Jennifer says. We are just delighted to see our little boy growing, learning and happy.” Adventist Behavioral Health is a comprehensive behavioral health provider with locations in Dorchester and Montgomery counties, including Washington Adventist Hospital’s Behavioral Health Unit and the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children. The organization offers a broad range of behavioral health programs and services for young children, adolescents, adults and senior citizens including therapeutic nursery programs, acute inpatient care, outpatient/ dual diagnosis chemical dependency programs, residential treatment, special education and community-based residential services. Jack, with mom Jennifer, flourishes in the Therapeutic Nursery Program at the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children, which provides educational and therapeutic activity year-round. 9 Excellence in Rehabilitation Services T om, Bethesda resident and father of 12, came to Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland for inpatient therapy in October. He had fallen from a tree while cutting branches during work, suffering a traumatic spinal cord injury. Following inpatient therapy, Tom underwent two years of outpatient physical and occupational therapy at Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital. “They asked me the first day of therapy what my expectations were and I didn’t have any,” Tom remembers. “ [My therapist] asked me, ‘Do you think you can walk?‘ and I just didn’t have a clue. I said, ‘I don’t think so.’ But I was walking that first day.” As he regained strength and returned home, Tom was determined to reach a goal he had prior to his injury—racing in the Marine Corps Marathon. One of his therapists at Adventist Rehab petitioned to get him his own bike, a “hand cycle,” by writing a letter on his behalf for a $3,000 grant through the Challenged Athletes Foundation. When his hand cycle arrived, Tom resumed training for the Marine Corps Marathon, which he completed on October 30, 2011. He has since completed the American Odyssey Relay, a 200-mile race from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to Washington, D.C., as well as the 2012 Marine Corps Marathon. Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland opened its Neuro Rehabilitation and Balance Center in September, offering innovative inpatient and outpatient care for individuals experiencing problems as a result of stroke, brain injury or a neurological condition. Tom’s expert therapy and care team helped him reach his goals. He has been able to continue his family business and still visits Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital to speak with current patients about his experience. 10 Excellence in Home Care Services W ith some encouragement, a healing environment and a compassionate caregiver, Robert, of Silver Spring was able to regain his independence just two weeks after bilateral knee replacement surgery. “Before therapy, it was painful to stand on hard surfaces,” Robert says. “It made normal activities like grocery shopping very difficult.” After an initial in-home assessment, Jill Harper, physical therapist at Adventist Home Care Services, worked closely with Robert’s physician and family members to develop a personalized medical plan of care directly tailored to his condition and needs. She explained that she approached caring for Robert as she would her own parents. Choosing to recover in the comfort of his own home in June 2012, Robert was referred to Adventist Home Care Services, which provides a full range of home health care services across the Maryland-D.C. region, ranging from assistance with personal care to skilled help from a nurse or a therapist. Adventist Home Health, part of Adventist Home Care Services, was named as a national top-performing home health agency for the third year, ranking in the top 500 of the 2012 HomeCare Elite. Adventist Home Health serves Montgomery, Prince George’s, Charles, Calvert, St. Mary’s, Howard and Anne Arundel counties. Robert’s physical therapist, Jill Harper, center, “was able to get his mind off the pain and get him motivated,” says Robert’s wife, Kay, left, after his bilateral knee surgery. The procedure replaces both knees simultaneously, making rehabilitation a critical and often challenging stage of recovery. 11 “Jill pushed me, yet always took my feelings into consideration. She gave me the confidence to believe I could make it on my own,” Robert says. Today, Robert is back at work as a plumber and is able to enjoy his hobby of gardening without pain and discomfort. Excellence at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center W hen Clinton, an elderly, terminally ill patient in the intensive care unit/coronary care unit (ICU/CCU) at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, became comatose, his family knew that the time had come to let their loved one pass gently from this life. At the same time, Dorothy, Clinton’s wife of many years, was also a patient in the hospital’s progressive care unit (PCU). Dorothy was in the end stages of her life, too, but she wanted and needed to be with Clinton during his final hours. Debbie Kowolsky, an ICU/CCU nurse, brainstormed with her co-workers and within a very short time, Clinton and Dorothy were both moved to a quiet room on the hospital’s third floor. Their hospital beds were carefully wheeled together and placed close enough for Dorothy to reach out and hold Clinton’s hand. “The entire staff of PCU and ICU/CCU went above and beyond to accommodate our unique circumstances and provided such kindness to my family,” says Sharon, Clinton and Dorothy’s daughter. “Debbie’s suggestion to move my parents into the same room … so that they could be together was beautiful and forever touched my heart.” Surrounded by family, and with his hand cradled in Dorothy’s, Clinton quietly passed away—peacefully, just as his family had wished. Nine hours later, Dorothy also passed and entered into eternal rest with her beloved Clinton. In a continual effort to enhance patient care, Hackettstown Regional Medical Center recently established Medical Center Partners in Primary Care, and Medical Center Partners in OB/GYN, two hospital-employed physician practices located adjacent to the hospital. These offices will grow and expand to include various specialties and services for the health of our community. The compassion of Debbie Kowolsky, an ICU/CCU nurse, and her co-workers, brought an elderly couple together for the very last time under very special circumstances at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center. 12 Partnering With Our Physicians M ore than 2,000 physicians in our community are affiliated with Adventist HealthCare as part of our continuum of care for the communities we serve. Of that number, hundreds of primary care physicians and specialists have also chosen to partner with us through Adventist Medical Group and our ACES (Ambulatory Care Electronic Health Records Support) Program. A recently announced partnership between ACES and the Primary Care Coalition will now electronically connect more than 200 health-care providers through a Health Information Exchange (HIE) to further strengthen the health safety-net for the 120,000 low-income, uninsured residents in Montgomery County, Md. The Adventist HealthCare HIE will expand the number of community physicians connected through ACES, ensuring that providers have the right information at the right time for the right patient to receive the right care. Adventist Medical Group The Adventist Medical Group Christopher Magee, M.D., network of local primary orthopedic surgeon, offers care physicians, surgeons high-quality orthopedic care and specialists serves our to the Washington Adventist communities in Montgomery, Hospital community, further Prince Georgeâ€™s and Frederick expanding Adventist Medical counties in Maryland. The Group specialties for the network is a collaboration with health of our community. the George Washington Medical Faculty Associates (MFA), the largest multi-specialty physician practice in the Washington, D.C. area. Adventist HealthCare ACES Program Adventist HealthCareâ€™s ACES Program provides expertise and guidance to accelerate the rollout and adoption of electronic health records to our outpatient physicians. ACES allows physician practices to remain independently operated, while providing the benefits of an integrated delivery network. Carolynn Young, M.D., gynecologist, right, and Potomac resident Kathleen, with the da Vinci robotic surgical system for minimally-invasive surgery at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. The Adventist HealthCare ACES Program helps Dr. Young to provide the best care for patients. 13 Adventist HealthCare Center on Health Disparities I n its 2012 Health Equity Progress Report, “Partnering Toward a Healthier Future,” the Adventist HealthCare Center on Health Disparities took the monumental step of becoming the first health system in Maryland—and just one of a handful in the nation—to publish a report detailing quality indicators and process measures stratified by race and ethnicity in a population of patients. The groundbreaking report was presented to more than 200 business and health leaders in October 2012 at the Center’s sixth annual conference, “Starting at the Top: Achieving Health Equity Through Executive Leadership.” Maryland Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown, Co-chair of the Maryland Health Quality and Cost Council. Lt. Gov. Brown delivered the opening remarks for the event and was also the recipient of the Center’s annual Blue Ribbon Award for his work to reduce health disparities. In 2012, the Center on Health Disparities provided: n Qualified Bilingual Staff (QBS) training on language interpretation in clinical settings for more than 80 health care workers, including bilingual employees from Sibley Memorial Hospital, Doctors Community Hospital, Children’s National Medical Center, the University of Maryland Medical Center, and Providence Hospital, through a Maryland Hospital Association partnership. From left, J. Knox Singleton, CEO of Inova Health System, Neil Meltzer, President, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and Senior Vice President and CEO of LifeBridge Health, Marcos Pesquera, Executive Director of the Center on Health Disparities, Dr. Benjamin Carson, pediatric neurosurgeon and best-selling author, Bill Robertson, President and CEO of Adventist HealthCare, and Helen Darling, President and CEO of the National Business Group on Health, at the Center on Health Disparities Sixth Annual Conference. 14 n Cultural competence training to 200 physicians at Shady Grove and Washington Adventist Hospitals, to improve quality of care to diverse patient populations and promote effective cross-cultural communication. n BEAT IT! (Becoming Empowered Africans Through Improved Treatment of Diabetes, Hepatitis B, and HIV/AIDS) training to health care professionals at Adventist HealthCare, Health and Human Services, and Montgomery College to teach culturally competent care for African immigrants, through a grant funded by the Office of Minority Health Resource Center. Adventist HealthCare Community Benefit for 2012 Adventist HealthCare, based in Gaithersburg, Md., is blessed to continue our longstanding tradition as the largest provider of charity care and community benefit in Montgomery County. In 2012, our Maryland hospitals alone provided $60,228,693 in charity care and community benefit to those we serve. Total COMMUNITY BENEFIT for Adventist HealthCare Hospitals: $63,412,071 Reporting Period July 1, 2011 â€“ June 30, 2012 Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Number of Licensed Beds 331 January 1 â€“ December 31, 2012 Washington Adventist Hospital 252 Hackettstown Regional Medical Center 111 Category Community Health Services 5,220,425 5,011,654 870,311 Health Professions Education 789,367 834,605 285,938 8,542,546 13,704,011 not applicable Research 332,272 330,979 not applicable Financial Contributions 653,195 695,351 61,277 Community Building Activities 425,338 1,162,758 8,721 Community Benefit Operations 170,045 264,004 3,743 Charity Care 8,871,895 10,766,256 1,485,179 0 0 0 1,374,020 1,079,973 not applicable Unreimbursed Costs of Medicaid Program (NJ only) not applicable not applicable 468,209 Hospital Totals $26,379,103 $33,849,591 $3,183,378 Mission Driven Health Care Services Foundation Funded Community Benefit Medicaid Assessments (MD only) 15 Serving Our Community W e are the dedicated professionals of Adventist HealthCare who work together each and every day to provide excellent wellness, disease management and health-care services above and beyond the walls of our facilities and into our communities. Our care extends into supporting programs that deeply and positively create more liveable and workable environments to transform our vibrant communities. Adventist HealthCare’s strength is our ability to work together with a variety of community organizations to strengthen economic and workforce development for those we serve. The following is just a portion of the many shared coalitions and partnerships in the area to whom we contribute our resources and expertise. Please visit www.AdventistHealthCare.com for a full list of our more than 100 community partners. Adventist Community Action Council Adventist Community Services American Cancer Society American Heart Association CASA of Maryland Central County Coalition of Prince George’s County City of Gaithersburg City of Takoma Park Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Committee for Montgomery Community Clinic, Inc. Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County Gaithersburg-Germantown Chamber of Commerce, Inc. General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Governor’s Workforce Investment Board Greater Silver Spring Chamber of Commerce IMPACT Silver Spring Interfaith Works, Inc. Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington Jewish Council for the Aging Jewish Social Service Agency Kaiser Permanente Labquest Leadership Montgomery Adventist HealthCare received a four-year grant through Susan G. Komen for the Cure®, which helps us provide mammograms and breast health information to hundreds of women in need throughout our community. We were honored to join the Race for the Cure on June 2 last year in Washington, D.C., where we were awarded the number one grantee fundraiser. 16 Mary’s Center Maryland Business Roundtable for Education Continued, next page Serving Our Community Maryland Chamber of Commerce Maryland Health Care Commission Maryland Hospital Association Maryland Patient Safety Center A dventist HealthCare provided our community with more than 64,000 health and wellness encounters in 2012 through a variety of classes, screenings, lectures and support groups. We focus on chronic diseases prevalent within the communities we serve, and especially on groups that are the most vulnerable. Our population health efforts include mothers and babies, seniors, and prevention and treatment of cancer, heart disease, stroke, obesity and influenza. Mercy Health Clinic Mobile Medical Care, Inc. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and Washington Adventist Hospital provided the community with more than 800 free screenings at their annual Cancer Screening Days this year, targeting oral, breast, colorectal, prostate, skin and thyroid cancers. Volunteers at Shady Grove’s April 7 event included, from left, DongMei Wang, M.D., medical oncologist, Madhuri Devdhar, M.D., endocrinologist with Adventist Medical Group, and Health & Wellness interns, Shannon Lee and Kyndra Humphreys. Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Montgomery County Economic Advisory Council Montgomery County Government Montgomery County Health & Human Services Montgomery County Workforce Investment Board Montgomery Hospice North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists Primary Care Coalition Prince George’s County Health Department Rebuilding Together Montgomery County Rockville Economic Development Initiative Susan G. Komen for the Cure Takoma Park Community Center Universities at Shady Grove Washington Adventist University Adventist HealthCare is the largest healthcare provider of free and low-cost flu shots in Montgomery County, providing more than 2,000 flu shots to the community during our 2012 Help Stop the Flu campaign. More than 200 community members are part of Adventist HealthCare’s weekly Walking Club program at Westfield Montgomery Mall, where Adventist HealthCare and the American Heart Association hosted a National Walking Day event on April 4, 2012, with Ginny Prunty, center, Manager, Community and Business Development for Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland. The club offers free heart health screenings, heart healthy cooking and lifestyle demonstrations and educational talks. 17 Thank You to Our Generous Donors A s a not-for-profit organization, Adventist HealthCare is deeply grateful for the generosity of individuals, corporations and other funders who make philanthropic investments in our mission of demonstrating God’s care to those we serve. With their assistance, the hospitals and other associated programs across our system provide the highest level of care to our community. $15,000 – $24,999 Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver Advanced Pathology Associates—Joy Burbach, M.D., Nicolas Cacciabeve, M.D., Glenn Dickey, M.D., David Kardon, M.D., Amir Kende, M.D., Summer Nugent, M.D. The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey— Dr. Robert A. DeFalco, Jr.; Dr. Paul G. Teja; Dr. Michael Kelly; Dr. Michael X. Rohan; Dr. Kevin White; Dr. Jerome D. Rosman; Dr. William S. Giliberti; Dr. Dino de Jesus; Dr. Stephen Koss; Dr. Frank J. Corrigan Anonymous Cardiac Vascular & Thoracic Surgery Associates, P.C.—Paul S. Massimiano, M.D., Nelson A. Burton, M.D., Kai A. Ihnken, M.D., John W. Rhee, M.D., Eric L. Sarin, M.D., Alan M. Speir, M.D. Each and every donation makes a significant impact; we would like to give special recognition to the following for their contributions in 2012 to Washington Adventist Hospital Foundation, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation, Hackettstown Regional Medical Center, Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland, Adventist Behavioral Health Foundation, Adventist Home Care Services, and the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children: ParenteBeard Bruce Rosenberg/Rosenberg-Hecht Philanthropic Fund Dr. & Mrs. Chan K. Chung Turner Construction Company Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Goldberg The Walker Group Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary $5,000 – $9,999 Inpatient Specialists—Jude Alexander, M.D., Brian Carpenter, M.D. Dr. Cary & Dr. Cara Simmonds Jose F. Bonelli, M.D. $200,000 + $50,000 – $99,999 Marion Esser Kaufmann Foundation Associates In Radiation Medicine—James D. Bridges, M.D., Catherine L. Salem, M.D., Anu Singh, M.D.* Cardiac Associates—Alexander S. Asser, M.D., Sean C. Beinart, M.D., Michael R. Castine, M.D., Michael S. Chen, M.D., Robert DiBianco, M.D., Gregory Fisher, M.D., Dennis Friedman, M.D., Robert Gold, M.D., Daniel J. Goldberg, M.D., D. Leonard Griffen, M.D., Thomas J. Odar, M.D., Geetha Pinto, M.D., Eric S. Tannenbaum, M.D., Thomas H. Wang, M.D., Richard Weinstein, M.D., John M. Yackee, M.D. Pettit Family Charitable Foundation Lockheed Martin Cerner Corporation Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventist M&T Bank Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Michael Chasen Crothall Healthcare, Inc. Jason & Stacey Coe Dart Group II Foundation, Inc. Cora & John H. Davis Foundation DAVIS Construction Peter J. Gakos, Jr. & Mary Beth K. Gakos DECO Recovery Management Dr. Brett & Mary Kay Gamma Loiederman Soltesz Associates, Inc. Emergency Medicine Associates, P.A., P.C.—Anna Ansaldo, M.D., Tensaye Aynalem, PA-C, James Buxbaum, M.D., Allyson Conley, PA-C, Vincent Hayes, M.D., Leanne Hedges, PA-C, George Ho, M.D., Terry Jodrie, M.D., Kilole Kanno, DO, James K. Lightfoot, M.D., Seona Lisse, PA-C, Amber Marshall, M.D., Ameet Parikh, M.D., James Rosenthal, M.D., Cecile Silvestre, M.D., Erin Smith, M.D., Brian Tenney, M.D., Drew White, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Nisivoccia Dorothy A. Farmer** Edna Goldberg** U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration The John & Margaret Post Foundation $100,000 – $199,999 The Alexander & Margaret Stewart Trust Amy & Michael Aquilino The Butz Foundation & Family Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Friedman Medical Emergency Professionals—Joel Buzy, M.D., Michael Cetta, M.D., Peter Chen, M.D., William Dooley, M.D., Nicole Evancich, M.D., Angelo L. Falcone, M.D., Scott Freedman, M.D., David Friedman, M.D., Brett A. Gamma, M.D., Emily Gordon, M.D., Amit Kalaria, M.D., Tamara Kile, D.O., David N. Klein, M.D., Thai S. McGreivy, M.D.*, Patsy McNeil, M.D., James McQuiston, M.D., Leslie Mitchell, M.D., Jennifer Morcos, M.D., Julian Orenstein, M.D., Orlee Panitch, M.D., Erik Schobitz, M.D., Deborah Sherrill, M.D., Aaron Snyder, M.D., David G. Srour, M.D., Jonathan Wenk, M.D. Dr. Chitra & Mr. Doraiswamy Rajagopal Sodexo HealthCare Services Farid Srour $10,000 – $14,999 Conrad & Lois Aschenbach $25,000 – $49,999 Anthelio Healthcare Solutions Inc. Associates in Oncology & Hematology—Manish Agrawal, M.D., Nicholas Farrell, M.D., Joseph M. Haggerty, M.D., Shannon C. O’Connor, M.D., George A. Sotos, M.D., Paul M. Thambi, M.D., John M. Wallmark, M.D. Genesis Security Systems, LLC Hackettstown Rotary Foundation, Inc. Katherine Pollard Maddux Memorial Mental Health Foundation EagleBank Amy & Angelo Falcone Robert & Arlene Kogod Family Foundation First Colonies Anesthesia Associates, LLC Joseph D. Byrd Foundation Kaiser Permanente R. Patrick Krause William G. “Bill” & Della M. Robertson Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. The Truland Foundation & Family NAI The Michael Companies, Inc. Robert G. Brewer, Jr. Cammack LaRhette Consulting Capital Oncology & Hematology The Clark Construction Group, LLC Clark-Winchcole Foundation Cohen, Rutherford + Knight, PC Donor gifts supported the comprehensive cancer care services at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital through the new Aquilino Cancer Center, which will meet the needs of patients at every stage of their cancer journey. James Dudley & Marilyn Mobley Ward 18 Thank You to Our Generous Donors Dr. & Mrs. Paul Van Nice sanofi pasteur Inc. Terry Forde Shady Grove Adventist Hospital— Medical & Affiliate Staff Fulton Bank of New Jersey Gilbane Building Company Hackensack University Medical Center Hackettstown Emergency Associates, P.A.— Dr. William Olivieri; Dr. Chester Skiba, Jr.; Dr. Moheb Abdelmalek, Dr. Ellen Benson, Dr. Bruce Bonanno, Dr. Michael Burgio, Dr. William Carle, Dr. Gurvindra Johal, Dr. Samir Maximos, Dr. David Scolnick Nancy E. Hardwick Heery International, Inc. John K. Higdon Hospital Housekeeping Systems Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Medical Staff Hughes Network Systems, LLC Skanska USA Building, Inc. In Memory of George Kurtas James G. & Margaret M. Lee Lee Foundation Singapore Donor gifts helped fund significant capital improvements at Washington Adventist Hospital through the purchase of new equipment, as well as access to care for those facing economic hardship. T&T Marketing, Inc.; Anthony Dolce Mr. & Mrs. Doug Scott Thompson University of Maryland Ken & Laurie DeStefano Matt & Melanie, Inc. Dr. Vivek Chander Vaid & Mrs. Annal Vaid Dominion Mechanical Maximus Foundation Paula & Larry Widerlite Duke’s Landscape Management, Inc. Mid-Atlantic Critical Care Services, LLC $2,500 – $4,999 Renee D. Dupree-Jones Mid-Maryland Oncology HEM Kathleen Dyer Minkoff Development Corporation Energy Federal Credit Union Nathan Landow Family Limited Partnership Etchison Charitable Trust Edgardo A. Ong, M.D. Forrester Construction Panther Valley Pharmacy Cards & Gifts Bloom & Associates Freestate Electric Pediatrix of Maryland Dr. Leon Brown & Mrs. Hardett Brown, Dermatologist Gaithersburg Equipment Co. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Peterson Garland Company Jeanne M. Pettit Tom & Chris Burlin Genomic Health, Inc. Phillips Realty Capital C.I. Designs, Inc. Grace Care Sudi & Fred Press Capital Internal Medicine, LLC—Neeraj Chopra, M.D., Ahmed Nawaz, M.D., Shahid Shamin, M.D. Hackensack Pathology Associates, LLC The Principal Financial Group Hackettstown Imaging Services—HDI/RAH/ O3tMRI—Dr. Clay R. Hinrichs, Dr. Michael K. Mantinaos, Dr. Steven T. Lee, Dr. John A. Werring Pulte Homes Advocare Family Health at Mount Olive AECOM Technology Corporation Anonymous (3) Berkeley Research Group, LLC Office Depot Cardiovascular Consultants, P.A.—David M. Brill, M.D., James L. Cockrell, Jr., M.D., Robert DiBianco, M.D., Dennis J. Donohue, M.D., Maureen C. Fennell, M.D., Daniel J. Fernicola, M.D., Laurence R. Kelley, M.D., Louis J. Larca, M.D., Keith M. Lindgren, M.D. Jeff & Jill Pargament Coakley Williams Construction InforMed, LLC PEPCO Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Cochran Johnson Dodge Chrysler Jeep, Inc. Perrine Planning & Zoning Continuum Nursing Services Kalkreuth Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Ronald E. Philipp Corbett Technology Solutions Inc. (CTSI) Kalmia Construction Company Revenue Guard Courter, Kobert & Cohen, P.C. King & Spalding, LLC Richard E. & Nancy P. Marriott Foundation Crest Cleaners Ralph C. & Lois R. Knechel Rockville Lions Foundation, Inc. Crystal Steel Fabricators, Inc. Kol Shalom Synagogue RTKL Associates Michelina DeSanti, DO Berton J. & Barbara E. Leach Local Independent Charities Joyce & G.J. Newmyer Paul & Karyn Nicholson Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Hansen Tracy Heimbach Homer & Martha Gudelsky Foundation Sung W. Lee, M.D. Donor gifts to the Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children enhanced the Center’s excellent educational and mental health services for more than 4,000 young children and their families in our community. Life Star Response of Maryland Manhattan Construction Company Maryland Digestive Disease Center Gustavo Matheus, Esq., LLC 19 RADISPHERE RMF Engineering, Inc. Bruce C. Robertson, Ph.D. Lawrence N. Rosenblum, C.P.A. Ryan Floors Santos, Postal, & Company, P.C. Scheer Partners, Inc. Scott Long Construction Siemens Medical Solutions Emily & Will Simone Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Steele Kanchana Sukachevin Pat & Thiel Sullivan Tazz Construction Truland Systems Corporation United Way of the National Capital Area Rhodora R. & David D. Vaflor Robert Vandeman Thank You to Our Generous Donors Donor gifts helped expand Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital’s new Neuro Rehabilitation Center to provide innovative care for those recovering from stroke, brain injury or neurological diseases. Randall P. Wagner, M.D. & Debra A. Benator, M.D. Marc Bloom Washington Adventist University Bollinger Insurance Bernard Edwin Wills Louise Brissette-Chasin Teresa & James Witt Caren R. Bromberg Heather Wynne Dawn N. Brown Bruce S. Yetter Paul A. Bryant Maureen Dymond Nancy Greenfield Jeffrey & Lauri Zell Carol & John Burke Mel & Julie Eisele Sheldon I. Grosberg $1,000 – $2,499 Cardinal Bank Diana & Larry Eisenstat Michael Habermann Amy Carrier Dr. & Mrs. Norton Elson Centenary College Janice Erickson Thomas Chan Heidi & John Fahey Minh T. Chau Gary R. Fennel, PA-C & Dr. Maria Nichols Fennel Inder M. Chawla, M.D. & Mrs. Vera Chawla Harold & Arlene Finger Charles Cheetham Marvin S. Fish, Esq. Hackettstown Anesthesia Associates, LLC— Dr. Arnold Bodner, Dr. Edward Champey, Dr. Paul Dierlam, Dr. Robert Forrest, Dr. Rosanne Giannuzzi, Dr. Philip Lutz, Dr. Prabhakar Reddy, Dr. David Rocamboli, Dr. Philip Rubinfeld, Dr. John Secoy, Dr. Dragomir Vujic, Dr. William Willis, Dr. Daniel Wu Cherry, Weber & Associates, P.C. Fitzgerald’s Lakeforest Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. Josephine R. Cimino Flanders Pediatric Dentistry, LLC Cintas Laura & Shawn Fletcher Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Chester Office Mr. & Mrs. Thorleif H. Floystad Compassionate Care Hospice Foot Care Associates, P.C.—Dr. John Guiliana; Dr. Barry Mullen; Dr. Fawaz Nesheiwat; Dr. Kyle Alessi A. M. Sheikh & Associates, P.C. Robinson & Vimala Abraham Advance Digital Data, Inc. Affiliated P.E.T. Systems Alpert/Faust Family Fund Anees Ahsan, M.D. The Allstate Foundation Clement & Sandra Alpert Designated Endowment Fund America’s Charities Anonymous (8) Armstrong, Donohue, Ceppos & Vaughan Chtd Donna Arnold Robert & Margaret Ashworth AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Keith Ballenger Seth Bardu Linna Barnes & Christian Mixter The Baruch Fund Sean Beinart, M.D. Terri Bennett Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Bensinger Bonnie Blandford Ellen & Jay Bloom David Fontaine Jose Cortez Barbara Courtney Dorothy Crawford Mark A. Curry Kathleen & Scott Dallas Lloyd N. Dallas Franklin David Kari Peterson & Benito De Leon Glenn DeKraker Developers Mortgage Corporation Heath Village John Herbert Mary Christina Hill Clay R. Hinrichs, M.D. Barbara Holloway Dr. Mark S. Freeman House of the Good Shepherd Lourdes Frigillana Huntington Mortgage Group Abby Frimpong I.D. Care G Street Fabrics IBM Employee Services Center G.S. Proctor & Associates ICommunity Network Ismael Gama ISEC, Inc. Mark Gourley & Wendy Kisch Tom & Katie Grant Great Meadows Design Group Natalie A. Greenberg Dr. Madalene & Dr. Barry Greene 20 Bridget Hart-Shea Louisa Hollman Special Events, Inc. Good Impressions Donor gifts supported the purchase of new cardiac monitoring equipment in the Intensive Care/Coronary Care Unit at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center and provided funding for the hospital’s Joan Knechel Cancer Center. Mark A. Harris Elizabeth Franzino & Andrew Keith GBW Insurance Dana DiCarlo Mary Ann Harris, R.N. Steven & Terry Francis Thomas Garvey Michael DeVore Mr. & Mrs. Michael Halpin Jonathan Jaeger Kenneth Janowski, D.O. & Tracy Janowski Robert E. Jepson Mr. & Mrs. Lyle Jepson Paul Johnson Susana Jones Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Kelly Dr. Anirudh Khanna Thank You to Our Generous Donors Donor gifts to Adventist Behavioral Hospital benefited those receiving mental health and substance abuse services through items such as play therapy supplies, washers and dryers for residents, and summer outings for adolescents in the Residential Treatment Center. Thomas Knechel Gene C. Milton Michael Koo Dhirendra & Minal Morarji Shailendra Kumar, M.D. Geoff & Mandy Morgan Lakeland Bank Alfred Munzer, M.D. Harold Lappin, M.D. Nixon Uniform Service & Medical Wear Dr. & Mrs. Lasalle D. Leffall, Jr. NJM Insurance Group Sam Shang Jou Li NJN Publishing SASCO Insurance Services, Inc. Rebecca Vasse Judith A. Lichty-Hess North American Credit Services Marguerite Savage Benjamin S. Vaughan Lincoln Financial Group NovaMed Corporation Fayaz A. Shawl, M.D. Elise A. Vernick James & Kristan Litsinger Oncology Physics Group, LLC Eunmee Shim Pamela Vesper LK Associates, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Kevin M. O’Neill Chor-Kiat Sim Vianovo, LP Cheryl Long Joselito Ong Lyndan Simpson Dexter Love, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. John O’Reilly James Lurie Orthopaedic Surgeons of Montgomery County, P.A.— Zohair S. Alam, M.D., Dexter W. Love, M.D., Christopher M. Magee, M.D. Skylands Urology Group, P.A.—Dr. Frank T. Salvatore; Dr. James, R. Matteson; Dr. Donald J. Mykulak; Dr. Paul M. Littman Hirschel, Savitz, Parker & Hollman, P.A. & Village Settlements, Inc. Burton Lustine Dina R. Madrid Nancy R. Markus, M.D. H. Lyndon Marter, M.D. Ronald Mason Steve & Darlene Maternick Judy McDaniel Dr. Jill McGovern & Dr. Steven Muller* Stephen & Mia McLelland Edward McManus, M.D. Medical Center Orthotics & Prosthetics Metro Maryland Ostomy Association Metropolitan Women’s Group, LLC MID-Atlantic Urology Associates, LLC John Miklos Mark & Barbara Miller Rachel & Howard Miller Bill Miller Jane Leigh Luce & Willam H. Smith Nicolo & Stella Visaggio Helen J. Waldman Larry & Paulette Walker Ron & Jane Peck Christopher & Jacqui Snead Marta & Manuel Perez Marjorie H. Sonnenfeldt The Pingho Family Southland Industries Warren County Community College Foundation, Inc. Tracye A. Polson & Keven M. Clair Lorraine & Julian Sparrow Dave Weigley, M.B.A. Pomarico Design Studio Weymouth Spence Sandra Poolas Stars & Stripes Janitorial Services, LLC West Chester Machinery & Supply Company; Jim Gordon Radiation Medicine Associates of Warren County Theodore P. Stein, P.C. Savitri & Kevin Raghubir Mr. & Mrs. Clyde A. Stinson Brent Reitz Evelyn Sturza RMJ Development Group, LLC Kempanna Sudhakar, M.D. Marcellus Robinson Thomas B. Sweeney Kenneth J. Roehrich The TAB Group RoNetco Supermarkets, Inc. Mona & Drew Tavss Diana Rowny Theresa Testoni Ryan Wealth Management Services Thomas & Betts; Elastimold S. Kann Sons Co. Foundation, Inc. TLC Engineering For Architecture Pauline Salmon TMP Direct Debra & Thomas Truxillo Donor gifts strengthened the Healthy Community Impact Fund, which meets the needs of all Adventist HealthCare’s entities and brings health and wellness programs to those we are privileged to serve. 21 Warner Construction Consultants, Inc. Constance Whipp Ted & Judith Wiegand Willard Packaging Co., Inc. Winchester Homes, Inc. H. Marcel & Stacia Wright John & Karen Young Kevin G. Young Dr. Herman & Liliana Zarate Zenith Physicians, LLC—Dr. Barrington Lynch, Dr. Eduardo Ramos Ziegler ZIMMER Mid-Atlantic United Investors Management Corp. NOTES: Estate of Grace Vanheteren * Deceased ** Posthumous Gift Adventist HealthCare Board of Trustees and Executive Team The Executive Council for Adventist HealthCare is comprised of the following (listed alphabetically): William G. “Bill” Robertson President & Chief Executive Officer, Adventist HealthCare Keith Ballenger Vice President, Adventist HealthCare Home Health and Specialty Services Robert Jepson Vice President, Business Development, Adventist HealthCare Jason C. Coe President, Hackettstown Regional Medical Center James G. Lee Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Adventist HealthCare Kenneth B. DeStefano, Esq. Vice President & General Counsel, Adventist HealthCare Kathleen Dyer Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Adventist HealthCare Terry Forde Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Adventist HealthCare Ismael Gama Associate Vice President, Mission Integration and Spiritual Care, Adventist HealthCare Patrick Garrett, M.D. Senior Vice President, Physician Integration/Innovation & Population-Based Care, Adventist HealthCare, and President, Adventist Medical Group Joyce Newmyer President, Washington Adventist Hospital Marta Brito Pèrez Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer, Adventist HealthCare The following members comprise the Adventist HealthCare Board of Trustees: Board Members Officers Seth T. Bardu, M.B.A. Treasurer, Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Chair Dave Weigley, M.B.A. President; Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Renée Battle-Brooks, Esq. Assistant State’s Attorney, Office of the State’s Attorney for Prince George’s County, Maryland Vice Chair Robert T. Vandeman Secretary, Columbia Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists Secretary William G. “Bill” Robertson President & Chief Executive Officer; Adventist HealthCare Brent Reitz Vice President & Administrator, Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland Avis E. Buchanan Executive Director, the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia Ruth Ellen Bulger, A.M., Ph.D. Emerita Professor, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Mark E. Griffin Vice President, Marriott International Nancy E. Hardwick Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton Patrick J. (P.J.) Hogan Associate Vice Chancellor, Government Relations, University System of Maryland John Sackett President, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Paula Widerlite Vice President, System Strategy & Chief Development Officer, Adventist HealthCare Jeffrey J. Pargament, Esq. Attorney, Pargament & Hallowell, PLLC Kevin Young President, Adventist Behavioral Health Susan L. Glover Senior Vice President, Chief Quality/Integrity Officer, Adventist HealthCare 22 Bruce C. Robertson, Ph.D. Managing Director, H.I.G. Bioventures James Rost, M.D. Medical Director, NICU, Interim Medical Director, Pediatrics, and Medical Director, Patient Safety, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Weymouth Spence, Ed.D. President, Washington Adventist University Robin Thomashauer Executive Director, Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare Drew White, M.D. Medical Staff President and Medical Director of the Department of Emergency Medicine, Washington Adventist Hospital Board Members (Emeritus/Emerita) Charles (Jim) P. Barger Retired Executive, Nations Bank Ida G. Ruben Former State Senator, Maryland State Senate Adventist HealthCare Entity Leadership Groups Washington Adventist Hospital Executive Team Joyce Newmyer, President Amy Carrier, Vice President/Operations and Interim Chief Financial Officer Ismael Gama, Associate Vice President, Mission Integration Geoff Morgan, Vice President, Expanded Access Thomas Sweeney, Vice President, CNO and Interim Associate Vice President, Clinical Effectiveness Randall Wagner, M.D., Vice President, Chief Medical Officer Governing Board William G. “Bill” Robertson, Chair Joyce Newmyer, Secretary Seth Bardu, Treasurer Charles Atwell Frankie Blackburn Marc Bloom Carmen Camacho Amy Carrier Franklin G. David Terry Forde Sheldon Grosberg James G. Lee Ali Reza Manouchehri Lyndon Marter, M.D. Geoff Morgan Cynthia Plate, M.D. Haywood Robinson Marcellus Robinson Arshad Sheikh, M.D. Weymouth Spence Governing Board William G. “Bill” Robertson, Chair Robert T. Vandeman, Vice Chair John Sackett, Secretary James Benson Priscilla Callahan-Lyon, M.D. Douglas (Doug) Doerfler Brian K. Edwards Terry Forde Daniel Goldberg, M.D. Leon Hollins Stephen Lakner, M.D. James G. Lee Lawrence A. (Larry) Luteran Wayne Meyer, M.D. Carolyn O’Conor, M.D. Cesar Palacios, M.D. David P. Shapiro Thomas Sweeney Gustavo Torres Randall Wagner, M.D. Drew White, M.D. Foundation Board Robert G. Brewer, Jr., Chair Herman F. Hewitt, Jr., Vice-Chair and Treasurer Christy Swanson, Secretary Joyce Newmyer Paula Widerlite Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Executive Team John Sackett, President Shelvan Arunan, Executive Director of Mission Integration and Spiritual Care Eric Brown, Senior Business Partner, Human Resources. Dan Cochran, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Skip Margot, Vice President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nurse Executive Eunmee Shim, Vice President of Operations William H. Smith, Chief Development Officer Kevin Smothers, M.D., Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Rhodora Vaflor, Associate Vice President for Quality and Medical Staff Services Foundation Board Daniel Goldberg, M.D., President Andrew Bridge, President-Elect Emily Simone, Vice President Joel Greenzaid, Treasurer William H. Smith, Secretary Dan Cochran Henry Bernstein Abba Blum Brett Gamma, M.D. Robert Harris Jason Klein Marc J. Rose John Sackett Monika Samtani John Sporidis David A. Srour, M.D. Farid Srour 23 Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Executive Team Jason C. Coe, President Mary Ann Anderson, Chief Nursing Officer Tracy Heimbach, Administrative Director Kenneth Janowski, M.D., Chief Medical Officer Jeanne Jepson, Human Resources Director Robert Peterson, Chief Financial Officer Stella Visaggio, Chief Operating Officer Judith Wiegand, Executive Director Governing Board William G. “Bill” Robertson, Chair Jason C. Coe, Secretary Bogden Bienko Jose Cortes Eric Cross Maria DiGiovanni Michael Halpin Michael B. Lavery, Esq. James G. Lee Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, Ph.D. Timothy McDonough Ray Nisivoccia James J. Travis Glen Wainen, M.D. Norman Worth Continued, next page Adventist HealthCare Entity Leadership Groups Foundation Board Maria DiGiovanni, President Glenn K. Tippy, Vice President Steven R. Maternick, Executive Director (ex-officio) Michael S. Selvaggi, Esq., Secretary Robert Peterson, Treasurer Marie Accetturo Janen Ardia Jason C. Coe Michelina Desanti, D.O. Marvin S. Fish, Esq. Robert L. Gaynor, Esq. James F. Gilmore Jim Gordon John H. Johnson Mattar Mattar Peter N. Olivieri Judith Wiegand Norman Worth Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland Executive Leadership Team Brent Reitz, Vice President and Administrator Val Daniels, Senior Financial Officer Anita Doll, Manager, Human Resources Robert Grange, Director of Rehabilitation Debra Illig, Associate Vice President, Clinical Effectiveness & Patient Safety, Adventist HealthCare Susana Jones, Post Acute Referral Management James S. Litsinger, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Adventist HealthCare, Non-Acute Services Anne Moorer, Manager, Marketing & Service Excellence Terrence Sheehan. M.D., Chief Medical Officer Valerie Summerlin, Chief Nursing Officer Caterina Pa単gilinan, Associate Vice President, Quality and Patient Safety Clarencia Stephen, Director of Strategic Communications Ed Tolessa, Chaplain Marcel Wright, Executive Director, Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children Board Members Terry Forde, Chair Vinu Ganti, M.D. James G. Lee Gene Milton Brent Reitz Tony Touma Governing Board Terry Forde, Chair Robert T. Vandeman, Vice Chair Kevin Young, Secretary Tom Burlin Steven Israel, M.D. James G. Lee Susanna Nemes, Ph.D. Adventist Behavioral Health The Reginald S. Lourie Center for Infants and Young Children Executive Team Kevin Young, President Paula Chapin, Nurse Manager, Washington Adventist Hospital Unit 2100 Silvana Dill, Associate Vice President, Business Development Kevin Drumheller, Executive Director, Eastern Shore Facility Elizabeth Franzino, Executive Director, Foundation Steven Gorozdos, Director, CommunityBased Residential Services Carrie Hibbard, PHR, Human Resource Business Partner II James S. Litsinger, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Adventist HealthCare, Non-Acute Services Executive Team Marcel Wright, Executive Director Sheryl Dickerson, Director, Early Head Start James F. Herrera, M.D., Medical Director Melanie Jewell, Program Coordinator, MCITP Tamieka A. Skinner, MA, Educational Director James Venza, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist, Program Manager, Therapeutic Nursery Program, Associate Executive Director Mary Wichansky, Director, Parent Child Clinical Services 24 Board of Directors Kevin Young, Chair Lawrence N. Rosenblum, Treasurer Marcel Wright, Secretary Eric Feldstein Carol Garvey, M.D., MPH The Honorable Nancy Navarro Uzoma Onyeije Christopher L. Snead Mona Tavss Larry E. Walker Lauri M. Zell Adventist Home Care Services Leadership Team Keith Ballenger, Vice President Venzil Browne, Director of Operations, Adventist Home Assistance and Adventist Choice Nursing Lynette Godhard, Director of Clinical Operations James S. Litsinger, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Adventist HealthCare, Non-Acute Services Gail Pasard, Manager, Human Resources Greg Roof, Director of Finance Governing Board Terry Forde, Chair Keith Ballenger Susan L. 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