St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center 2011 Annual Report
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center's 2011 Annual Report, including a hospital overview, 2011 highlights, awards and foundation news and recognitions.
St. Joseph’s HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER ANNUAL REPORT | 2011 Contents MISSION MESSAGE FROM OUR BOARD CHAIR AND PRESIDENT 1 We are passionate healers dedicated to honoring the Sacred in our sisters and brothers. OVERVIEW OF ST. JOSEPHâ€™S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER 2 STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND USE OF FUNDS FOR 2011 2 To be world-renowned for passionate patient care and outstanding clinical outcomes. 2011 HIGHLIGHTS 5 VALUES FOUNDATION REPORT 24 AUXILIARY HIGHLIGHTS 31 DONOR LIST 33 FOUNDATION STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND USE OF FUNDS FOR 2011 51 HOSPITAL LEADERSHIP 52 VISION In the spirit of good Stewardship, we heal by practicing: Compassion through our kindness, concern and genuine caring; Reverence in honoring the dignity of the human spirit; Excellence by expecting the best of ourselves and others; Integrity by being and speaking the truth. 2 A Message from our Board Chair and President 2011 was another historic year in the life of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center. We cared for more patients, responded to new challenges and continued our commitment to improve quality and patient satisfaction. It’s all in a day’s work for St. Joseph’s. We’re proud of the hard work of our dedicated family of staff, volunteers and physicians. What strikes us most as we think back on the past year is all the growth we’ve experienced. Our medical staff is larger and more connected than ever before. Our facilities expanded from the new Emergency Services Building to the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine. Our employment base grew to more than 4,000. The list goes on. Although we’ve grown, we’ve stayed true to our mission, vision and values established so long ago by the Sisters of St. Francis. It’s who we are and we never forget that. As you flip through the pages of this year’s Annual Report we think you’ll agree 2011 was a great year. We look forward to what’s to come in 2012. Sincerely, George Deptula, Esq. Kathryn H. Ruscitto President, Board of Trustees President and Chief Executive Officer 1 Overview OF ST. JOSEPHâ€™S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER STATEMENTS OF SOURCE AND USE OF FUNDS FOR 2011 Patient Care Revenue n Other Operating Revenue n Hospital Source of Funds 2011 2010 2009 2008 Patient Care Revenue Other Operating Revenue 542,257,177 466,627,790 455,357,177 427,901,530 14,748,889 18,131,834 14,785,482 13,437,135 Total 557,006,066 484,759,624 470,142,659 441,338,665 Use of Funds Patient Care General and Administrative Depreciation and Interest Charity Care and Uncompensated Care Provision for Bad Debts Community Service Programs n n n n n n Patient Care General and Administrative Depreciation and Interest Charity Care and Uncompensated Care Provision for Bad Debts Community Service Programs 442,206,430 385,272,458 376,198,526 346,694,266 53,184,449 46,388,707 41,639,491 43,007,714 19,859,108 18,498,918 18,056,358 18,094,107 26,556,435 20,134,280 20,066,380 8,065,860 6,975,548 11,883,658 8,954,736 16,514,992 2,250,000 2,175,000 1,950,000 1,850,000 Total 551,031,970 484,353,021 466,865,491 434,226,939 Income from Operations 5,974,096 406,603 3,277,168 7,111,726 2011: This statement does not include income related to investment income of 1,399,547 which is used primarily for capital improvements. 2010: This statement does not include income related to investment income of 5,628,481 which is used primarily for capital improvements. 2009: This statement does not include income related to investment income of 3,156,946 which is used primarily for capital improvements. 2008: This statement does not include income related to investment income (loss) of ($768,196) which is used primarily for capital improvements. S t. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center is a 431-bed comprehensive medical care system dedicated to providing quality health care to the residents of 16 counties in Central New York. St. Joseph’s is accredited by DNV Healthcare, Inc. St. Joseph’s has stood as a community landmark atop Prospect Hill in Syracuse since 1869, when five Sisters of St. Francis transformed a dance hall and bar into a 15-bed hospital. Still sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis, the growth of Syracuse’s first hospital has paralleled that of the city. The institution has evolved into a health system that, in addition to the hospital, includes a college of nursing, psychiatric emergency program and two outpatient surgery centers. In addition to providing general medical and surgical care, St. Joseph’s offers several specialty services, including hemodialysis, maternity services, a separate birth center, emergency care, intensive care, dental services, suicide prevention, wound care and certified home health care. St. Joseph’s operates several satellite facilities, including family and maternal child care centers, a dental office, psychiatric services center, The Wellness Place, Regional Dialysis Center, neighborhood dialysis centers, the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine, and a cardiopulmonary rehabilitation center. Inpatient admissions average more than 26,300 annually. Outpatient visits throughout the St. Joseph’s network number more than 606,000 a year. The hospital’s busy emergency department records more than 52,285 visits a year. St. Joseph’s annual operating budget is $525 million. The hospital’s medical staff of more than 800 is comprised of physicians, dentists and midwives representing a broad spectrum of specialties. In addition, more than 300 clinical affiliates, including physician assistants and nurse practitioners, are credentialed to assist the medical staff. More than 4,600 other health care professionals and support personnel are employed by St. Joseph’s. More than 1,100 devoted volunteers and members of the hospital’s Auxiliary help support patient care programs and donated more than 53,636 hours of service in 2011. The health care institution has been designated by New York State as a: l Special Care Neonatal Unit l Apnea Center l Cardiac Diagnostic Center l Cardiac Surgical Center l Community Mental Health Center l Tobacco Cessation Center 3 As an integral part of Syracuse and the Central New York community for nearly 145 years, St. Joseph’s provides quality care compassionately to the sick and injured. St. Joseph’s is sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis who established the organization in 1869. Franciscan COMPANIES 4 F ranciscan Companies is an affiliate of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center. For nearly 30 years, Franciscan has extended the reach of St. Joseph’s throughout the Central New York community with the goals of reducing the length of stay of patients, preventing unnecessary admissions and generating new sources of revenue for the hospital. Franciscan Companies provides medical equipment, oxygen, CPAP, home health aides, Lifeline Medical Alert, Registered Respiratory Therapists, medical weight loss and an elder life membership program. The Franciscan network includes: l Franciscan Health Support—a durable medical equipment supplier and home care provider providing 24/7 care to more than 3,200 patients in 14 counties. FHS specializes in respiratory care including sleep apnea treatments and home oxygen. l Joint ventures/collaborations, including l Embracing Age—a membership-based business formed in September 2011 that connects elders to a network of pre-screened professionals to help them live at home, independently, for as long as possible. Providers include contractors, financial and legal experts and landscapers. Lourdes Health Support in Binghamton, St. Elizabeth Health Support in Utica, Loretto Health Support, Auburn Health Support Services, Kinney Drugs at Franciscan, and CNY Infusion. 2011 HIGHLIGHTS l Started three new business ventures: a state-of-the-art expanded Oneida sleep laboratory, a preferred provider agreement with Auburn Memorial Hospital thus forming Auburn Health Support Services, and Embracing Age, a membership-based concierge program. l Started a sales force, resulting in a sharp increase in new referrals. l Met its goal of a $400,000 sponsorship to St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center. l Sponsored many community events and efforts, including the St. Joseph’s Gala, the St. Joseph’s Golf Classic and the Fairway to Heaven Golf Tournament, totaling nearly $250,000. l Franciscan Health Support, Inc., a licensed home care agency, grew its census by 29% since 4th quarter 2010. l St. Elizabeth Health Support experienced a 126% increase in net income over 2010 and was re-accredited by the Joint Commission. 5 Franciscan Companies Moves Beyond the Walls F ranciscan Companies has always been focused on providing the services hospital patients need to continue healing at home. Now in their third decade of this focus, they’re finding a new niche that incorporates their mission with the technology and resources that allows them to be a “hospital without walls.” “Our primary mission is facilitating a safe discharge from the hospital to home and providing services as a hospital without walls,” confirms Tim Scanlon, executive vice president. The services that come to mind quickly, such as visiting nurses, respiratory or pulmonary equipment can serve as —TIM SCANLON, EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT an extension of the hospital while allowing the patient the comfort of home. “Doctors and nurses are still the front line of care,” explains Scanlon, “but now they can manage their patients outside of the walls of the hospital.” Technology is helping to reinforce the front lines in a more cost effective and less invasive way than a daily visit by a home nurse. Tele-monitoring can be as simple as sending blood pressure and other vital signs for nurses to review outside the residence, or can be as critical as sending an alert for help in a life-threatening situation. “Lifeline” is a medical alert system for which Franciscan Companies has the largest program in New York State with more than 2,400 clients. The technology that supports the program is so advanced that the “Auto Alert” feature senses a person falling, eliminating the need to even push a button to summon help. “Our primary mission is facilitating a safe discharge from the hospital to home and providing services as a hospital without walls.” 6 While great advancements in medical devices can be credited for integrating medical care into the home, Franciscan Companies saw a need for a type of service that couldn’t be handled electronically. Last fall they launched “Embracing Age,” a business offering seniors resources to address the challenges of the aging process. An annual membership fee opens up access to equipment, services and connections that are often found only through a trial and error process that elderly people may find confusing and which can leave them vulnerable. Embracing Age clients are teamed up with an Elder Life Specialist who coordinates everything from medical services, such as medication management systems or mobility products, to services for everyday needs, such as lawn maintenance companies, legal counsel, accountants and plumbers. “The clients call us and we take care of everything,” says Scanlon. “What makes Embracing Age unique is our ability to handle more than medical issues. For example, we will coordinate estate planning with an attorney to protect a member’s assets should there be a crisis.” Franciscan Companies is creating a model for home-based services that has wide appeal in part because of a cost-effective trend toward home care for everything from dialysis to delivering babies. The company’s model and mission, developed with St. Joseph’s, is now emulated by partnerships with St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Loretto and Lourdes Hospital. “We’re moving into an era where we want our customers to be involved in their care,” explains Scanlon. “Not just an involvement in treating the acute episode but looking at how to prevent that episode from ever happening or reoccurring.” Roy Johnson, Lifeline installer, sets up the medical alert system in a patientâ€™s home. 7 Services S t. Joseph’s primary service area is Onondaga County, yet we also provide care for patients in 15 surrounding counties with a population of more than one million. In addition to providing general medical and surgical care, St. Joseph’s offers the community many specialty inpatient and outpatient programs, including the following: Specialty Inpatient n Cardiac care, including cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, minimally invasive and robotic surgery, electrophysiology and rehabilitation n Orthopedic diagnostics, surgery and rehabilitation n Vascular diagnostics, surgery and intervention n Maternal health care, n Adult mental health n Prostate, cardiac and thoracic surgery utilizing da Vinci® robotic technology n Neurosurgery, including stereotactic-guided procedures Specialty Outpatient n Cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation n Diabetes self-management n Orthopedic care and rehabilitation n Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, at our Regional Dialysis Center and satellite facilities in Fayetteville, Camillus, Liverpool and Cortland n Obstetrics, gynecology and n Telemedicine capabilities to enhance services for non-tertiary care providers including the Family Childbirth Center “Birth Place” pediatric services at the Maternal Child Health Center n Emergency care, including urgent care n Primary care, including family practice, obstetrics, gynecology and pediatrics at the Family Medicine Center, Westside Family Health Center and Maternal Child Health Center n Level III intensive care nursery n Women’s services, including comprehensive breast care and surgery programs 8 n Dentistry services at the Dental Office n Ambulatory surgery at Northeast and North Surgery Centers n Chronic pain management n Adult and children’s mental health services, including the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program n Sleep laboratories n Wound care at our Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine n Spine surgery n Physical, speech and occupa- tional therapies n Nutritional counseling n Wellness Place, a community- based health education and screening center Brewerton Baldwinsville North Syracuse East Liverpool Syracuse Camillus Fayetteville SYRACUSE Watertown Fulton Oneida Utica Onondaga Cazenovia Cortland Ithaca Elmira 2011 HIGHLIGHTS P E O P L E — Develop talented, loyal, committed staff and an outstanding leadership team. n Added new feature to the career opportunities website, allowing applicants the opportunity to “chat” in real-time with recruiters from the human resources department. n The hospital joined the DAISY Foundation, as a DAISY Award Hospital Partner; the nationwide program rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses every day. n Volunteer hours increased from five to nearly 40 percent in some areas. n We extended our mission education sessions to 4,000 employees and staff and established a plan for continual education for new employees. 9 Binghamton Behavioral Health Services Grows to Serve More in Need I n early February, St. Joseph’s Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP) reloca ted to the upper levels of the new emergency services building. CPEP had long since outgrown its old space, a former residence for the Sisters of St. Francis at 201 Prospect Street. With more than 7,000 annual visits the new 18,000 square foot space finally represented not only a physical expansion for the patients and staff, but a place to grow the programs and services they provide. Services such as point of care testing, which will soon be on-site, will have a shorter turnaround time providing patients with a more efficient experience at the program. The new 18 private patient —MARY BISHOP, SERVICE LINE ADMINISTRATOR rooms for CPEP are also an FOR BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES essential feature in the new location, but the most important space-related change is separate waiting rooms. “The ability to have three different waiting rooms, one for children and families, one for voluntary adult patients and one for involuntary adult patients is going to have an enormous impact on the experience here,” explains Mary Bishop, service line administrator for Behavioral Health Services at St. Joseph’s. “Previously we had just one waiting room so a person coming in for a prescription refill was in a locked waiting room and couldn’t exit voluntarily. Addressing that uncomfortable experience and the ability to keep the adult patients segregated from other kids and families is critical.” The new building is not the only place that CPEP is serving the community. The mobile crisis outreach team, a service with a dedicated staff separate from the emergency program, moves within the community to stabilize clients through in-home services and connect them to community-based behavioral health “The ability to have three different waiting rooms, one for children and families, one for voluntary adult patients and one for involuntary adult patients is going to have an enormous impact on the experience here.” 10 services. The mobile team does both follow-up visits for patients discharged from CPEP and initial home visits. Outpatient Behavioral Health Services is also on the move in North Syracuse with the relocation and expansion of the LINK program. Now operating on the North Medical Center Campus the program has expanded from its initial mission of children-only behavioral health services and will soon offer outpatient services to adults too. While the program uses a private practice model, the clinicians are all employed by St. Joseph’s. This site is the model that may be duplicated in other parts of Onondaga County. “These satellite offices won’t look, feel or behave like a clinic,” says Bishop. “They will be more like an office practice. When we serve the suburbs the attraction, patients and goals are all different. We want to bring a new level of service to St. Joseph’s and the community and we’ll do that by closely aligning with primary care. By fully linking our services with primary care providers we can offer a more integrated full-service model.” The team approach is the foundation for Personalized Recovery Oriented Services (PROS), a New York State initiative that Outpatient Behavioral Health is adopting this year. PROS integrates treatment, support and rehabilitation in a comprehensive care program for behavioral health patients to, among other goals, improve functioning and reduce inpatient stays and emergency services. Outpatient Behavioral Health has already taken great strides toward the PROS goals with “at-home” services. By integrating the health care services into a community-based model, the team addresses some of the behavioral health issues with a single-care focus and costefficiency that the old model cannot offer. Whether within the walls of their new building, or moving throughout the community, behavioral health services for mental health needs are poised to grow on their success. Susan Walburger, a customer service representative in the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program, helps a patient fill out intake forms. Dawn Smith is in the background recording information into the electronic medical record system. 11 Building a Physician Enterprise E vidence of clinically integrated medicine is present throughout St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center—from the new vision of expanded facilities at the Westside Family Health Center to the far reaching services of the long-established Franciscan Companies. While buildings and services are physical representations of the commitment to clinically integrated care, the heart of the initiative beats, quite literally, in the physicians who serve the patients. Fred Letourneau, vice president for physician enterprise (a new position on the St. Joseph’s administrative leadership team), has his fingers on the pulse of the key role physicians play in clinically integrated care. His sights are set on two main goals for employed and private prac—FRED LETOURNEAU, VICE PRESIDENT tice physicians affiliated FOR PHYSICIAN ENTERPRISE with St. Joseph’s: to form a clinically integrated system to improve quality and coordination of patient care; and, to champion the idea of a “medical home” to all the primary care practices owned by, or affiliated with, St. Joseph’s. Letourneau’s view of a clinically integrated system places physicians in leadership roles and patients at the center of care. “Physicians directly impact care, and we can all learn a lot from bringing them to the table,” explains Letourneau. “At the end of the day you want doctors making the clinical decisions for length of stay and the appropriate place of care for patients. We also need physicians to take a more global view of things; not only from their practice’s perspective but from a broader system perspective.” “Putting the patient at the right place of care at the right time is critical. Primary care doctors who have a history with a patient can provide past diagnoses and recently performed tests to the ED.” 12 The “broader system” is the full spectrum of care from the primary physician’s office, to the specialist’s office, to the hospital and its associated services. There are multiple opportunities to provide patients with better care by emphasizing coordination across the system. Coordination such as directly admitting patients to the hospital; one of the projects on which Dr. James Tucker, chief of emergency and hospitalist medicine, and Dr. Sandra Sulik, vice president for medical affairs, are working with primary care physicians in the community. By opening up communication between the hospital and primary care physicians, patients can be directly admitted to the hospital instead of simply being sent to the Emergency Department, placing undue demand on the time and the resources of the Emergency Department. By using the experience of the primary care physicians and relaying important clinical information to the hospital, patients are admitted quicker and their primary care physicians are involved in the care. Clinical integration can be relatively simple, such as the hospital coordinating with primary care offices to see a patient within five days of discharge. Timely follow up is directly related to reducing the rate of readmissions. In the future, this will enable the hospital to meet a key performance measure (readmission rate reduction) but more importantly it puts physicians in the position to intervene quickly to prevent infections and keep patients on the path to recovery. Another key component of clinical integration is the use of Electronic Medical Records (EMRs). EMRs enable the standardized recording of patient information and allow for the sharing of that information throughout the health care system. Key data such as medical history, patient demographics, medications and chronic conditions can be shared by physicians in the network. EMRs help provide continuity of care and the information can follow the patient throughout an episode of care including an admission to the hospital. Dr. Seth Greenky Dr. Juno Lee Dr. Douglas Fetterman 2011 HIGHLIGHTS P H Y S I C I A N R E L AT I O N S H I P S — Be the hospital of choice for physicians practicing in our region. n Dr. Seth Greenky, orthopedic surgeon, received the Dr. Pease “Putting the patient at the right place of care at the right time is critical,” Letourneau explains. “Primary care doctors who have a history with a patient can provide past diagnoses and recently performed tests to the ED.” This approach saves time and reduces costs. Letourneau also has his sight set on how all the pieces of the healthcare system, including the hospitals using this advanced care approach, can share the savings. Financial rewards however, are not the sole focus for the physician-directed and patient-centered change toward integrated care. Serving the patient by providing the right services in the best setting has always been at the heart of the St. Joseph’s system and is the work carried out by the physicians who serve in association. St. Joseph’s vast network of physicians helps ensure patients are cared for in the right place at the right time. Dr. Michael Tong is a physician at St. Joseph’s Medical, P.C., DBA North Medical, an affiliate of St. Joseph’s. Award; Dr. Juno Lee, radiologist, received the Medical Imaging Staff Appreciation Award for excellence in patient care; and Dr. Douglas Fetterman received the MD Excellence Award from clinical affiliate services. n Established a pilot Antibiotic Stewardship team comprised of a pharmacist, pharmacy students and Infectious Disease physicians. n Began the rollout of SJOrders, computerized physician order entry using customized evidence based order sets. Nursing and ancillary departments went live in April. Provider rollout began in December. n Founding participant of the Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO), which is a secure, electronic health information exchange that gives authorized medical providers access to essential patient information. n A number of our physicians continue to be named Best Doctors within our region. 13 2011 HIGHLIGHTS CLINICAL & SERVICE EXCELLENCE — Be a recognized leader regionally and nationally for quality, safety and service. n Completed a successful DNV Accreditation Survey. n St. Joseph’s College of Nursing completed a successful Middle States Accreditation for 2011. n Implemented hand hygiene program to increase compliance rates among staff, which rose to 85 percent and higher on a daily basis. n Participated in CorPath PRECISE trial to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of robotic-assisted coronary angioplasty. St. Joseph’s was one of only eight hospitals in the world evaluating this new technology. n Implemented an aviation-based patient safety training program in the operating room through LifeWings Partners LLC, a leader in aviation safety tools. In addition, surgical services now participates in the NSQUIP surgical quality database for tracking surgical quality throughout the institution. n Reinvigorated St. Joseph’s membership in the local chapter of The Mended Hearts, Inc., a national nonprofit organization that partners hospitals and rehabilitation clinics to offer services to heart patients through visiting programs, support group meetings and educational forums. n Established a Pharmacist Post Graduate Residency Program in collaboration with St. John Fisher College Wegmans College of Pharmacy and hired first resident. 14 n Hosted a community meeting to lead the healthcare community in the fight against Clostridium difficile (C Diff), a significant infection often acquired in health care settings. n Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction (HACR) teams developed and implemented strategies to significantly reduce HACs throughout the hospital. Initiatives have opened up two more inpatient beds per day and saved more than $500,000 in associated expenses. n Hosted OB/GYNs from Moscow, Russia, to share family-centered model of care on the maternity unit. n Implemented new safety program to reduce incidence of patient falls. n Instituted Seeds of Hope grief support program in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit to provide comfort to families experiencing loss. n A peer defusing program was designed to provide early recognition and support of stressful events. n As part of the implementation of Relationship-Based Care, clinical educators and a primary nursing team developed and executed an education program and toolkit to aid in the implementation of primary nursing; successfully trained 279 nurses online and 647 nurses attended in-person sessions. n Entered into an IV Pump Management Program with Universal Health Services, which has reduced infection control pump violations while increasing pump utilization rates. n Dialysis Services established a Patient Advisory Board to help bring forth concerns. n The hospitalâ€™s wireless network was enhanced to provide full coverage for data, voice and real-time location tracking. 15 Home Care Team Provides Comprehensive Care F “The hard work and the skills of our staff identifies issues in the home so that patients can seek treatment early and take care of problems before they have to go the hospital.” —MELISSA ALLARD, DIRECTOR OF PATIENT SERVICES or St. Joseph’s Certified Home Health Care Agency, the numbers say it all. In 131,782 separate home visits in Onondaga and Cortland counties last year, St. Joseph’s Home Care provided skilled services for patients transitioning back to their homes from the hospital. While that number alone is impressive, the lower number is even more noteworthy. The agency achieved a lower average, both state-wide and nationally, for readmission to the hospital. In conjunction with Franciscan Health Support (Franciscan Companies’ Licensed Agency) and with a combination of focused education and exceptional service, the agency realized great results both on paper and in homes across 16 counties. “The hard work and the skills of our staff identifies issues in the home so that patients can seek treatment early and take care of problems before they have to go the hospital,” says Melissa Allard, director of patient services for the Certified Home Health Care Agency. The staff she credits with the continuing success of the agency includes not only skilled nurses, such as RNs and LPNs, but also: psychiatric nurses; physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapists; medical social workers; registered dieticians; and specialized nurses focused on specific needs such as wound care and oncology. Also among the long list of trained professionals are two on-staff chaplains. The spiritual care program is unique to the business of home health care. Allard credits these colleagues—a Sister of St. Francis and a protestant chaplain—with a type of care that often extends past the life of the patient. “The chaplains go out to visit upon referral or request and often make such strong connections that the families ask them to participate in the funeral services,” explains Allard. A quick glimpse into the care and services offered by the agency reveals challenging work, and Allard’s team has proven they are up to any challenge. In 16 2010 Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection (CAUTI) numbers started slowly rising. Allard and her colleagues addressed the issue directly, and for the second half of 2011, the rate remained at less than one per 1,000 catheter days, with more than 13,000 catheter days reviewed. The team rolled out an evidencebased approach to infection reduction that centered on staff education and a revision in the standard of care for patients with catheters. Focused and intentional changes kept patients comfortable at home and reinforced the importance of education within the agency. Education is the driving force behind another initiative that the agency tackled last year. Manage ment from St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Home Health Care Agency, together with St. Joseph’s nurses and physicians, collaborated to discuss strategies to assist patients in healing at home. As the team met monthly to discuss the integration of care between the hospital and the patient’s home, it quickly became clear that service coordination needed to start long before discharge. “In order for people to successfully transition home they need to plan for their medications and the right support set up in the home prior to discharge from the hospital,” explains Brenda Ko, RN, manager for performance improvement and education for the Certified Home Health Care Agency. “Once they’re home we have already missed a big opportunity to ensure that patients can remain home safely.” The monthly meetings focused on discharge planning to define who will take the responsibility for the patient before they leave the hospital, and identify where the home care agency can step in most effectively when they get home. The continual balance of skilled care with selfcare, coupled with a commitment to education and excellence, promises more noteworthy results for the Certified Home Health Care Agency in 2012. 2011 HIGHLIGHTS F I N A N C I A L S U C C E S S â€” Demonstrate outstanding operational and financial performance. n Golf Classic netted more than $227,206; Gala netted nearly $350,000. n Foundation raised nearly $2.2 million for hospital programs and services, and secured the second largest single contribution from a living individual in St. Josephâ€™s history. n Established automated television ordering system that is expected to generate additional revenue, reduce staffing and increase patient satisfaction. n Reduced length of stay for surgical patients. n Reduced the daily Alternate Level of Care census. St. Josephâ€™s home care services is comprised of a wide range of highly skilled staff, including two chaplains, one of whom is Carol Manglos, seen here with a patient. 17 Finding New Ways to Care for the Most Complex Patients T aking care of a community requires a broad range of services and experience. Taking exceptional care of a community means collaborating with other caregiving organizations to share experience and sharpen service for the good of the patients. The latter model is exactly the mission of the complex care program that St. Joseph’s initiated in conjunction with Loretto Health and Rehabilitation Center last year. Executives from St. Joseph’s and other regional hospitals conducted a study on “complex care” patients—those who averaged more than 25 days in one hospital admission. The study specifically sought out the reasons that these patients weren’t able to transfer from the acute care setting of the hospital to a sub-acute care setting such —MARY LUZIANI, RN, DIRECTOR OF CASE MANAGEMENT SERVICES as Loretto. The most frequent reason was centered on specific acute care needs, such as a long-term IV antibiotics or specialized wound care. The specific needs required training for care management that was either not possible for the primary caregiver of the patient or wasn’t covered as a home health care service under insurance. St. Joseph’s recognized the opportunity to provide its patients with a more comfortable environment and fiscally responsible option in sub-acute care settings. The complex care program was developed as a means to identify ways to develop sub-acute facilities to meet the specific needs of complex care patients. “We started by working with Loretto to develop a complex care program where we would help them with the training,” explains Mary Luziani, RN, direc- “We started by working with Loretto to develop a complex care program where we would help them with the training,” 18 tor of case management services for St. Joseph’s. “Our staff would go over to Loretto and train them in specialties such as IVs, wound care and respiratory care. We help with policies and procedures and our physicians share their expertise and resources to provide them with the necessary training and care path procedures to address and care for this patient population.” The complex care patient population is expected to shift from St. Joseph’s to Loretto by summer when the program is fully developed and training is complete. After an initial evaluation period of the new partnership, Luziani expects that the model can be developed in other sub-acute care centers such as Rosewood Heights Health Center and Iroquois Comprehensive Health Care Center. The collaborative approach to managing longterm care isn’t new to either St. Joseph’s or Loretto. For nearly 15 years, the CareLink program has facilitated discharge of patients who require long term care services after an acute stay. Weekly meetings of CareLink representatives, the director of case management, a financial counselor (to provide support with Medicaid interfacing), representatives from area skilled nursing facilities, and other care specialists identify the needs of the patients and map out a plan for discharge and extended care. Taking exceptional care of the community is at the center of the collaborative work that St. Joseph’s is doing with partners such as Loretto. As the range of services and collaboration changes over the coming years with initiatives such as the complex care program, St. Joseph’s dedication to ensuring the best care for patients is sure to remain the same. St. Joseph’s is working with Loretto to develop a complex care program. From left to right are St. Joseph’s Geriatric Specialist Marty Pond, RN; Teresa Mosher, nurse educator, and Cheryl Coolican, director of admissions, both from Loretto; Stephen Swierczek, director of respiratory care, and Mary Luziani, director of case management, for St. Joseph’s. 19 Opening the Door to Comprehensive Primary Health Care C “Case managers can identify and encourage prevention monitoring… This can be as simple as making sure immunization schedules are followed.” —SANDRA WHITTAKER, DIRECTOR OF PRIMARY CARE CENTERS omprehensive health care can sometimes mean more than a visit to a primary care doctor’s office. Specialists, lab technicians and other care providers play individual roles in the integrated needs of a patient. Addressing the points of integration is the motivation behind the “Open Door to Comprehensive Primary Health Care”—a movement that’s happening at St. Joseph’s Westside Family Health Center and also the name of the $6.6 million HEAL grant awarded to St. Joseph’s by New York State. The grant allows the centers to bring together the key pieces for comprehensive patient care and, by December 2014, the integrated services will all be under one roof. The next two years will bring physical changes to the Westside Family Health Center, including struc tural updates inside the existing building and an expansion in the areas of treatment offered through the center. Sandra Whittaker, director of primary care centers for St. Joseph’s, points to a great example of the benefits of integration planned for the Maternal Child Health Center Pediatric Office and St. Joseph’s Mental Health Services. “St. Joseph’s Outpatient Mental Health Services will add primary care services,” Whittaker explains. “When behavioral health issues can be handled with the primary care doctors, especially at an early age, behavioral problems can be addressed with coping mechanisms in concert with social workers. Getting the primary care doctor and the family involved takes care of the issue early so that it doesn’t become a cause for admission a few years later. By adding key services to an existing center, we can meet all the patient’s needs in a holistic way.” The holistic approach will extend beyond the walls of the newly renovated offices and reach all the way into the home. One home outreach initiative set to launch this year focuses on keeping the community healthy by meeting them where they are. This key concept is the catalyst behind the partnership with 20 West-side based Nojaim’s market and the anticipated launch of educational programs within the grocery store. Group classes on healthy eating and combating obesity will arm both children and adults with the real-world skills and decision making tools they need to take charge of their health at home before a health crisis occurs. Commitment to the home health focus is also the reason that all the primary care centers applied for accreditation from the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). NCQA approval will mean that the centers have met three important goals of reducing cost, improving quality and enhancing the patient experience. Using models championed by the innovative NCQA program, the centers will improve delivery of primary care by focusing on integration of services to meet patient needs in the primary care setting and also foster good health habits in the home. For example, on-site dieticians can help diabetic patients manage their health through diet complimenting the care plan developed by the doctor in the same office. Whittaker points to the important role of case managers in the primary care setting as the changeagent for the centers. “Case managers can identify and encourage prevention monitoring among the patient population,” she explains. “This can be as simple as making sure immunization schedules are followed.” Case managers will also follow up with patients to be sure they are following doctor’s orders and help them get the resources they need to manage chronic conditions. From small changes, such as the grocery store discussion groups, to the large project of renovating the Westside Family Health Center, all the developments point to the same end goal. Empowering patients with the resources they need, both at their primary care doctor’s office and in the community, enables them to manage their health care in a preventive and personal way. Dr. Raseefa Anwar performs a check-up on nine-month-old Chloe at the Maternal Child Health Center Pediatrics Office. 21 2011 HIGHLIGHTS S T R AT E G I C G R O W T H â€” Achieve superior n Weekend hours were implemented for selected support services performance and growth through investments in key service lines and markets. n Mental health services further expanded its neighborhood programs, n Established and executed new social media strategy using Facebook and Twitter to reach target audiences; two new blogs were created to share quality and orthopedic messages. n St. Josephâ€™s Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine added 1,500 square feet of space in an expansion to improve the current clinic flow and scheduling demands, and accommodate the growing need for wound care. n Opened new, $6 million kitchen and launched on-demand room service for all patients. n Successfully recruited 14 IT professionals in support of the strategic investment in information technology, including the continued migration to computerized provider order entry and electronic medical record, all part of health care reform. 22 to assist with patient flow. relocating its North LINK program to North Medical Center and committing to the addition of a school-based satellite location at Porter Elementary School in Syracuse. n Realigned Construction Management of new Emergency Services Building, which open in February. n Established 1-1 Observation Unit. n Increased annual Mobile Crisis Outreach visits (community mental health based evaluations) to patients and families affected by mental illness by 44 percent (with no increase in expenses). n The psychiatric emergency program reduced diversion/closure by 20 percent, improving access to medical emergency services. n Increased inpatient surgical volume by nearly 800 procedures. ST. JOSEPH’S AWARDS: l HealthGrades: l National Research Corp.: 2011/2012 Consumer l Five-Star Rated for Treatment of Heart Attack – 3 years in a row (2010-2012) l Five-Star Rated for Valve Surgery l Joint Replacement Excellence Award™ – 2 years in a row (2011-2012) l Named America’s 100 Best for Joint Replacement Choice #1 Award for highest overall quality and image in the Syracuse area. (St. Joseph’s has earned this award 11 of the last 12 years.) l American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery: Designated a Bariatric Center of Excellence l Excellus BlueCross BlueShield: Blue Distinction Center for Cardiac and Orthopedic Care l Ranked Among the Top 5% in the nation for joint replacement – 2 years in a row (2011-2012) l Ranked #4 in New York state for joint replacement l Five-Star Rated for joint replacement – 6 years in a row (2007-2012) l Five-Star Rated for total knee replacement – 6 years in a row (2007-2012) l Five-Star Rated for total hip replacement – 2 years in a row (2011-2012) l Vascular Surgery Excellence Award – 2 years in a row (2011-2012) [Ranked #1 in NY for Vascular Surgery in 2012] l Five-Star Rated for Vascular Surgery l Five-Star Rated for Carotid Surgery – 3 years in a row (2010-2012) l Five-Star Rated for Peripheral Vascular Bypass 2012 l Outcome Concept Systems: St. Joseph’s Home Care and Hospitals Home Health Care cited as one of the top 500 performing home care providers in the United States l National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission: St. Joseph’s College of Nursing (five-year national accreditation) l American Association of Critical-Care Nurses: Beacon Award for excellence in critical care nursing for both the Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Units l Hospitals & Health Networks (journal of the American Hospital Association): St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center named one of the nation’s “100 Most Wired” hospitals. l Press Ganey: 2011 Summit Award for Patient Satisfaction (Outpatient Surgery Centers) l Aetna: Institutes of Quality (IOQ) designation for: Cardiac Medical Intervention, Cardiac Surgery, and Rhythm Disease Diagnosis & Treatment. l American Association of Respiratory Care: *2011 Healthcare Consumerism and Hospital Quality in America Report Quality Respiratory Care Recognition for 2011 l CenterState CEO: NonProfit Business of the Year for 2011 l CenterState CEO: Economic Champion – Oct. 20, 2011 23 Foundation REPORT 24 F or years St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has served those most in need, including individuals with nowhere else to turn. Our founder, Blessed Marianne Cope, started a tradition in 1869 of caring for those most in need. In her time, she was a trailblazer, insisting that the hospital care for all regardless of their religion or lot in life. Honoring with reverence the dignity of the human spirit, the hospital continues this tradition. Today, as I think about Blessed Marianne Cope, who will be canonized a Saint on October 21, I am reminded of other activities that she and her fellow Sisters wove into the heritage of St. Joseph’s. For example, to ensure there were adequate financial resources to carry out their mission, the Sisters held “Donation Day” each year on the day after Thanksgiving. This was a time for them to call on the community to offer whatever they could to support St. Joseph’s mission of service. Because history tells us that some years were financially leaner than others, I’m sure there were times it must have been difficult for people to give. Nevertheless, they continued to assist the hospital and the care it provided to the residents of our community. That steadfast dedication remains today, with our many donors who give so generously year after year, more than $11.2 million in 2011. In fact, this year St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation was blessed to receive the two largest individual donations in the history of our organization! 25 We are very appreciative to Samuel and Carol Nappi and Dr. A. John Merola for their inspiring examples of commitment to family, community and excellent health care for all. I am especially thrilled to report that the Generations Campaign for St. Joseph’s Hospital’s facility expansion reached an important milestone in 2011—crossing the halfway mark of $15 million toward the overall goal. Attainment of 51 percent of the campaign goal is an exciting achievement, giving all of us renewed energy for the challenge ahead. We walk in the footsteps of those who came before us and I think the Sisters would be proud. Equally so, they would be deeply grateful for the thoughtful generosity and service of our numerous supporters. Thank you. Sincerely, Margaret R. Martin Vice President St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation More than $4.8 Million in Grant Funding Awarded to St. Joseph’s in 2011 Hospital programs and services enhanced by 28 grants from government, corporate and foundation sources St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center was awarded $2.5 million through the Empire State Development Corporation. The funding is part of a larger award of more than $103 million to the Central New York region through the governor’s Regional Economic Development plans. The grant will be used toward the next stage—Phase 2B—of the hospital’s expansion, which will include a state-of-the-art surgical suite with 14 operating rooms and a 25-bed post-anesthesia care unit, along with new private patient rooms, medical and surgical intensive care units, and a greenway corridor to North Side businesses. St. Joseph’s has the largest green roof on any health care facility in the state, thanks to an earlier pledge from Kopp Billing Agency and The O’Connor Family and a recent grant of $712,500 from the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s Green Innovation Grant Program. Built atop the new Emergency Services Building, the 50,000 square-foot vegetative roof reduces storm water runoff into the municipal storm sewer by an estimated 550,500 gallons per year and is one example of the local initiatives that led the Environmental Protection Agency to name Onondaga County and Syracuse among the top 10 green communities in the nation. New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) issued a $150,000 grant award to partially fund St. Joseph’s Transportation Demand Management Program. The hospital, in conjunction with C&S Engineers, Inc., will undertake the program as a way to shift transportation demand from single-occupant vehicles to carpools, vanpools or other energy-efficient transportation alternatives. This will help reduce parking demand on campus while contributing to a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions in the region. St. Joseph’s was awarded $42,016 through the New York State Health Workforce Retraining Initiative to develop a Critical Event Core Competency program for registered nurses working in Critical Care, Emergency and Surgical units to refresh their skills in managing crisis events such as lethal arrhythmias and heart attacks. The Pfizer Medical Education Group awarded a grant of $26,850 to enhance care for patients of St. Joseph’s Family Medicine Center. Faculty and resident physicians will utilize disease registry software to conduct evidence-based research to establish quality of care benchmarks for chronic diseases such as diabetes. St. Joseph’s LINK (Leading, Integrating and Networking for Kids) program received a $10,000 grant from the Citizens Bank Foundation. Serving school-age children and their families in the East Syracuse-Minoa Central School District and the North Syracuse Central School District, LINK offers highly innovative programming that will be enriched through this funding. 26 The J.M. McDonald Foundation awarded $10,000 toward construction of a 14-bay ambulance entrance, allowing better patient flow into the new Emergency Department. This is especially important since St. Joseph’s receives more ambulance transports than any other area hospital. The Central New York Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure awarded a grant of $18,260 to St. Joseph’s Lymphedema Education and Prevention from Stage 0 Program, which works to prevent, delay and reduce the progression of lymphedema that may occur as a result of breast cancer treatment. Bank of America Charitable Foundation gave $35,000 toward a green construction transitional job experience program developed by the Northside Urban Partnership. The grant enabled participants to work on green components of St. Joseph’s expansion, gaining valuable work experience with a local contractor. Bedside mobile workstations, or BMWs, are computers-onwheels that allow nurses to access a patient’s electronic medical record at the bedside, enter vital signs into the record and dispense medication. The Flora Bernice Smith Foundation granted $17,500 toward BMWs for the Post Anesthesia Care Unit and Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Syracuse Operations, gave $5,000 toward BMWs for the Observation Unit. St. Joseph’s has the largest green roof on any health care facility in the state. The 50,000 square-foot vegetative roof sits atop the new Emergency Services Building. St. Joseph’s Maternal Child Health Center (MCHC) promotes childhood literacy through the national Reach Out and Read program, which contributed nearly $1,000 in books this year so pediatricians could give each child a new book to take home. In addition, MCHC and the Family Medicine Center receive generous donations of children’s books from the Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation. 27 Generations CAPITAL CAMPAIGN I n the decades since St. Joseph’s Hospital was founded in 1869, technology has changed, the facility has changed, the demo graphics of patients have changed, even the diseases and conditions we treat have changed. Across the generations, however, St. Joseph’s commitment to our community and excellence in patient care has not wavered. The Generations Campaign helps to support today’s advanced medical technology, such as the new General Electric HD750 CT Scanner, the first of its kind in Central New York. The scanner uses a different type of image detector, which requires 50 percent less radiation. The resulting high-definition, three-dimensional image helps clinicians accurately and safely diagnose patients. To meet the growing health care needs of our region, the hospital is in the midst of a multi-phase plan to modernize and expand its facility. In support of Phase 2 of the plan, St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation is engaged in the Generations of Compassion F Healing F Innovation capital campaign. Building on prior gifts from the Auxiliary of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health 28 Center, Inc., our employees, and a number of businesses, foundations and individuals, the campaign marked a significant achievement in 2011. By year-end, the Generations campaign had passed the halfway point, with $15.2 million in gifts and pledges. We thank all who have given to the campaign and invite those who haven’t to join in this historic effort—the largest project of our generation—advancing St. Joseph’s mission of service and helping to provide a higher level of care for the residents of Central New York. For more information and updates on the Generations capital campaign, visit the website at www.generations campaign.org. An Historic Gift S amuel and Carol Nappi recently made history at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center when they donated the single largest contribution from an individual donor in the organization’s history. Their naming gift helped to fund the new Ralph and Christina Nappi Emergency Services Building, which opened February 1. The Nappis hope their gift will help recognize the lives and life lessons of Sam’s parents, Ralph and Christina Nappi, and it speaks about the care the elder couple received from St. Joseph’s physicians and nurses over the years. According to Sam, his parents taught him and his family the importance of helping others without expecting anything in return. They led by example, showing that if you give back, you also get back. St. Joseph’s is proud to know the Nappi family and grateful for their generous support of St. Joseph’s. The William F. Walsh Memorial fund was established in memory of Mr. Walsh, who served in political office for many years. Donations to the fund will dedicate the Quiet Zone in the new Surgical Waiting Room to both William and his wife, Mary Walsh. Left: St. Joseph’s held a ribbon cutting and blessing ceremony for its new Ralph and Christina Nappi Emergency Services Building Jan. 30. The building officially opened for business Feb. 1. Pictured are Sam Nappi and his mother, Christina Nappi, cutting the ribbon while family members look on. Pictured left is Kathryn Ruscitto, president and chief executive officer of St. Joseph’s. This Peter Max portrait of Ralph and Christina Nappi, for whom St. Joseph’s emergency services building is named, was commissioned by the Nappi family and is displayed in the new facility. (For more about the artist Peter Max, visit www.petermax.com.) ALL ART © PETER MAX 2011 29 Partnership with Le Moyne College receive their associate’s degree in nursing from St. Joseph’s and then continue their studies at Le Moyne, receiving their bachelor’s degrees in another year. U.S. Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25), a 1972 graduate of the College of Nursing, addressed the graduates. n St. Joseph’s College of Nursing became the latest college to join the Say Yes to Education Higher Education Compact, by agreeing to offer free college tuition to Syracuse City School District graduates who meet residency and college entry requirements beginning in 2012. St. Joseph’s College of Nursing joins nearly 100 colleges and universities currently in the Say Yes to Education Higher Education Compact. College Corner n St. Joseph’s College of Nursing, in March 2011, was granted continuing accreditation by The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) which is responsible for the specialized accreditation of nursing education programs. The College is presently a candidate for initial accreditation by the Middle States Commission on higher Education (MSCHE) which is the unit of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools that accredits degreegranting colleges and universities in the Middle States region. Also, the College’s faculty have been preparing to transform the present curriculum and redesign nursing education to address the profound changes in nursing and the health-care industry. n The 111th annual graduation ceremony was held on May 25. The associate degree in applied science with a major in nursing was conferred on 107 students. Sixty-two completed the school’s Weekday Option and 35 completed the Weekend Option. Ten students returned from the Fall 2010 graduating class to participate in commencement. Students participating in St. Joseph’s Dual Degree 30 n Students and graduates were the recipients of more than $30,000 in award and scholarship money. These awards and scholarships were made possible by donations from individuals and fundraising by the College of Nursing. In addition the Auxiliary of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Inc., awarded two full scholarships totaling $44,998.50, and the Alumni Association of St. Joseph’s College of Nursing awarded three partial scholarships totaling $11,750. n The Auer Family Foundation awarded $3,750 to purchase lifelike pregnancy, childbirth, neonatal, and ostomy models and simulation equipment for the Clinical Learning Lab at St. Joseph’s College of Nursing. This equipment gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in order to be better prepared when faced with real patients in the clinical setting. n Students and faculty participated in the American Heart Association—Syracuse Heart Walk, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society—Light the Night Event and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure just a few of the community events, students, faculty and staff support. Auxiliary 2011 Highlights n In November, the Auxiliary presented its first FOLLIES, “St. Joseph’s Gets the Show on the Road.” More than 75 people from the hospital staff, auxiliary, as well as community members were involved with the show either on stage or behind the scenes. An additional 750 more came out to support the Follies, which was held at the Sisters of St. Francis’ facility, the Gingerbread House. n The Auxiliary’s annual gift to St. Joseph’s was presented at the annual meeting in May in the amount of $262,000 and reflects the second payment to fulfill the Auxiliary’s $1 million pledge to the Generations capital campaign. This amount represents revenue from the Hospital Gift Shop, Baby Photo program, Coffee Bar, patient telephone and television services, Follies, and a number of book fairs. n Two full tuition scholarships, the Sister Wilhelmina scholar- ship and the Sr. Mary Obrist scholarship, were awarded to two students attending St. Joseph’s College of Nursing. n 750 backpacks, filled with school supplies were distributed through the “Operation Backpack for Our Kids” program to children who receive their school physicals at St. Joseph’s outpatient primary care centers. In addition, the Auxiliary purchased books for staff at Westside Family Health Center to distribute to children birth to age 12, who visit the clinic for their annual wellness checkups. n The Ellen Needham Fund honors the memory of little Ellen Needham, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Needham. Ellen died in a tragic accident in 1948. Donations are received from those who wish to memorialize someone who is deceased or to honor the living. A Mass is said annually for those names in the Ellen Needham Fund and those deceased members of the Auxiliary of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Through the funds donated, art supplies, creative materials, stuffed animals and toys are purchased to benefit the children in the St. Joseph’s Emergency Department, the Westside Family Health Center and the Psychiatric Emergency Program. The Ellen Needham Fund also supports the literacy programs of the Maternal Child Health Center, Westside Family Health Center and the Intensive Care Nursery by providing new books that are given to the children and babies at the time of discharge. n The Auxiliary continues to provide a variety of services within the hospital, including managing the volunteers at the main information desk and surgical waiting room, operating the Hospital Gift Shop, and providing free television and telephone to palliative care unit patients. 31 Thank You DONOR LISTING I n 2011, donors to St. Josephâ€™s Hospital Health Center Foundation contributed generously to help physicians and nurses make a difference in our community. Listed are cash donations received between January 1 and December 31, 2011. 32 $300,000 and up Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Nappi $40,000 – $299,999 Anonymous Auxiliary of St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center, Inc. CNY Infusion Services, LLC Franciscan Companies Ms. Frances A. Gibbons M & T Bank Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. O’Connor $8,000 – $39,999 Mr. and Mrs. James H. Abbott Atlas Health Care Linen Services The Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc. Brown & Brown Empire State Byrne Dairy, Inc. Mrs. Sharon Cavanaugh Citizens Bank Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Keith Civil Coca Cola Bottling Co., Inc. of Syracuse Costello, Cooney & Fearon, PLLC Mrs. Therese M. DeFuria The Dorothy and Marshall M. Reisman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Drescher, Jr. Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Central New York Region Flora Bernice Smith Foundation Fust Charles Chambers LLP Hancock & Estabrook, LLP The Hayner Hoyt Corp Hess Corporation Hueber-Breuer Construction Co., Inc. IBEW Local 43 J. M. McDonald Foundation, Inc. Key Bank King & King Architects, LLP Kinney Drugs, Inc. Mr. Kenneth G. Klobus Laboratory Alliance of Central New York, LLC Lockheed Martin Employees Federated Fund Loretto Dr. A. John Merola Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy, III Nephrology Hypertension Associates of CNY, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. John O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O’Connor Robert H. Law, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Romano S.J. Thomas Company, Inc. SJH Cardiology Associates Mr. E. Carlyle Smith Susan G. Komen for the Cure Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists, P.C. SYSCO Syracuse, LLC Team Health East United Way of Central New York $5,000 – $7,999 AJM Management, Inc. Alesco Advisors, LLC Allscripts Anesthesia Group, P.C. Anonymous Associates for Women’s Medicine, PLLC Beacon Federal Benefit Consulting Group, LLC Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Burns Bros Contractors Cardiovascular Group of Syracuse Carrier Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Edward Carsky CNY Family Care, LLP Diversified Therapy Eastwood Rotary Foundation First Niagara Bank Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Fust Green & Seifter, Attorneys, PLLC Heart Care Center, P.C. Johnston Paper Dr. and Mrs. Randy J. Kalish Kopp Billing Agency, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Maglione Magnetic Diagnostic Resources of Central NY Margaret and Don Martin Mohawk Hospital Equipment, Inc. Murphy & Nolan, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Panasci Practice Resources, LLC RBC Wealth Management Kathryn and Daniel Ruscitto Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Semel Siemens Industry, Inc. St. Joseph’s Imaging Associates St. Joseph’s Medical Education Dept. St. Joseph’s Medical Staff St. Joseph’s Medical, P.C. Syracuse Office Environments Syracuse Time & Alarm Co., Inc. Upstate Surgical Group, P.C. $2,500 – $4,999 Amerinet Auer Family Foundation Bailey, Haskell & LaLonde Insurance Services Bankers Healthcare Group Bennetts & Huysman Architects, P.C. Bivens & Associates Architects, PLLC Dr. Jerry Brown Rick and Mary Brown Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Caputo CBD Construction, LLC Computer Related Technologies Mr. Timothy Conan Dr. Ruben Cowart Cygnus Management Foundation, Inc. Dalpos Architects & Integrators George S. and Mikell G. Deptula Mr. and Mrs. George Deptula Donald B. Barter & Associates/ Merrill Lynch Ms. Marylin Galimi Gastroenterology & Hepatology of Central New York, P.C. Henderson Johnson Co. Hiscock & Barclay, LLP Drs. Pamela Horst and Thomas Dennison ICM Controls ING Financial Advisers, LLC/ING Funds John P. Stopen Engineering L. & J.G. Stickley, Inc. Le Moyne College – Arts & Sciences Marsh USA, Inc. Dr. Laura Martin Drs. Mark McConn and Susan McConn Estate of John T. McKee Medtronic USA, Inc. National Grid Neurosurgical Associates of Central New York, LLP 33 Patterson Dental Supply, Inc. Pinckney Hugo Group Plan & Print Systems Postler & Jaeckle Corp. Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation Print Solutions Plus, Inc. Pulmonary Health Physicians, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ricciardi Dr. and Mrs. William Roberts Rural Metro Medical Services Sack & Associates Dr. and Mrs. Gary Schopfer St. Joseph’s Pathology, P.C. Dr. Sandra Sulik Terumo Cardiovascular Systems Thornberry Ltd. Time Warner Cable Business Class Vascular Surgeons of CNY, PLLC Welch Allyn, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Zimmerman $1,000 – $2,499 Ahern, Murphy & Associates Dr. Anwar S. Ahmad Allied Electric Co. Americar Leasing Mr. Albert and Susan Antonini Appel Osborne Landscape Architecture Dr. and Mrs. Carl Austin Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Barter Dr. and Mrs. Edward Bell Msgr. Ronald C. Bill Mr. Joseph Bitzel Blumberg Ribner, Inc. Ms. Elisabeth M. Bolduc Ms. Mary Ann Bottar Dr. Lawrence Calabrese Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cannizzaro Ms. Susan L. Chappuis Cisco Ms. Shannon Colvin Dr. Robert Constantine COR Development Company, LLC Mr. W. Carroll Coyne Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy S. Czyz Dr. and Mrs. Edward Downing Ms. Catherine Dukat-Wilson Dupli Envelopes & Graphics EBS-RMSCO, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Ehrich Eye Surgeons of Central NY Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Falter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fennell Dr. Joseph F. Finelli Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Drs. Paul and Carolyn Frymoyer Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gonza Harris Beach, LLP Hematology-Oncology Associates Ms. N. Joan Horan Hummel’s Office Plus Ikon Office Solutions, Inc. Invacare James Square Nursing Home, Inc. Mr. Arthur A. Jutton Dr. and Mrs. Philip Kaplan Dr. and Mrs. Gregory Kenien Mr. and Mrs. Russell King Ms. Mary Knepper Mr. James E. Mackin Mr. and Mrs. John D. Marsellus Dr. Mehdi Marvasti Dr. and Mrs. Richard Mayne McKesson MDI Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mezzalingua Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mulvey Dr. and Mrs. Ahmad Nazem NEC Corporation of America Dr. and Mrs. John D. Nicholson Ted and Diane Pasinski Pevco POMCO Group Dr. and Mrs. Michael Pratts Prism Medical Company Pro Air Plus, Inc. PSS World Medical, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Rabuzzi Dr. and Mrs. Narayana Reddy Rian M. Yaffe Contributions Dr. Cami Riley and Mr. Phillip Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rothman Mr. John Salemme Mr. and Mrs. George Schunck Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scicchitano Scolaro, Shulman, Cohen, Fetter & Burstein, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scuderi Dr. and Mrs. George A. Shaheen Shirley W. & William L. Griffin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Short Sirius Computer Solutions, Inc. Synthes USA Syracuse Thermal Products, Inc. T.H. Kinsella Inc. TLC Emergency Medical Services, Inc. Estate of Clara S. Towell V.I.P. Structures, Inc. Vertex Solutions Mr. H. Edward Walker Mr. and Mrs. William J. Watt Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Wladis Law Firm, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. David Wormuth Mr. and Mrs. John A. Zawadzki Dr. and Mrs. Robert Zimmer $500 – $999 S. G. Arvantides Ms. Elizabeth Bennett Mr. George Betts Ms. Nicole Blumin Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boeheim Ms. Patricia A. Calpeter Mr. Peter F. Carranti Catholic Charities of Onondaga County Mr. Paul Costello Ms. Karen A. Cuipylo Curbside, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Cuttler Mr. Richard Dabrowski, Jr. Mr. Bernie Delello Ms. Lydia A. DeVeau Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. DiFlorio Ms. Kathy Dodge James B. Draveck, D.D.S., P.C. Familycare Medical Group, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Fernandez Ms. Dottie Foster Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Friedman Mr. Douglas Fye Ms. Sharon Goettel Ms. Ann Gorton Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grabowski Ms. Laura Gray Mr. Rosario Greco Dr. and Mrs. G. Randall Green Mr. Stewart W. Handy Ms. Dianne Harris Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holmberg Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Homer Ms. Maureen Iacono Iflow Corporation Just the Right Stuff, Inc. Ms. Barbara Keith Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Kelley, Jr. Ms. Stacy D. Keppler Dr. Jeffrey Kirshner Lake Country Dental Ms. Catherine LeMura J. Richard Lesch, D.D.S., P.C. Ms. Mary Luziani Dr. and Mrs. John Marangola Mr. and Mrs. George J. Markowitz Ms. Diane Mazza Ms. Michele Mecomonaco MediaMarCon Meggesto, Crossett & Valerino, L.L.P. Mrs. Anne L. Messenger Ms. Katherine J. Mueller Mr. Martin Mulderig Mr. Mark Murphy Ms. Kimberley Murray New Country Dental Group, P.C. Dr. Vanlinh Tien Nguyen Mr. Jamie Nicolosi Dr. Katiuschka Nunez Willoughby One Commonwealth Associates, LLC Onondaga Flooring, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Joel Potash Ms. Jill Potter Ms. Rose Ann Procopio Mrs. Susan Riley-Waldron Mr. Gregg Rinaldi Ms. Jamla M. Rizek Mr. Michael J. Salamone Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Scanlon Mr. Mike Scherr Ms. Christine Schrank Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shaffer Dr. Hassan S. Shukri Signage Systems Dr. and Mrs. Russell Silverman Mr. Chris Snow Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Stark, Jr. Ms. Mary Studdiford The Summit Dental Group, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Temes Ms. Nancy Thompson Ms. Tara J. Tifft Carol and Robert Triggs Ms. Maureen K. Tuck Mrs. Mary Ann Wafer Mr. Adan Warfa Mrs. Deborah Welch Ms. Elizabeth J. Wise $250 – $499 Mr. David M. Abell Ms. Melissa Allard Ms. Christine Aris Ms. Laura Arndt Arthritis Health Association, PLLC Auburn Memorial Hospital Ms. Debra Bailey Ms. Susan L. 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Doherty Ms. Margaret Dolan Mr. Robert Domachowski Ms. Ruth Donaldson Ms. Cathleen Donegan Ms. Roseanne Donegan Mrs. Patricia A. Donnelly Ms. Tricia Donovan Ms. Joanne Dority Dennis and Kerry Dorsey Ms. Joann M. Dorsey Ms. Jean M. Dougherty Ms. Jennifer Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. John Downey Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Downs Ms. Kim M. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Draves Mr. Robert Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dubaniewicz Mr. and Mrs. Ira S. Dubnoff Ms. Elizabeth Dudley Ms. Diane Dugan Ms. Frances H. Duggan Ms. Julie Dumas Ms. Brigid Dunn Mr. John Dunn Ms. Susan Dunn Ms. Margaret V. Durr Ms. Marie Durst Dr. and Mrs. William Dutch, Jr. Mrs. Mary E. Dwight Mr. Joseph Dwyer Ms. Mary Ann Dwyer Ms. Mary K. Dwyer Ms. Michele A. Dwyer Ms. Susan Dwyer and Mr. James Buschman Ms. Ashley B. Dyke Ms. Lisa Ebert Ms. Sharon E. Eddy Mr. Jim Egan Ms. Mary E. Egan Ms. Patricia B. Eggleston Ms. Joy Eidt Mr. Michael F. Elder Dr. Pablo R. Elizondo Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Elliott Ms. Carol J. Elliott Dr. and Mrs. Charles Elliott Ms. Mary Ann Ellis Mr. William O. Ellsworth Elmcrest Children’s Center Ms. Roberta Emmert Mr. Willard G. Emmert Ms. Francine Emmi Employees of Children’s Division, Onondaga County DSS Mr. Michael F. Endries St. Joseph’s Day Awards St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation paid tribute to supporters at the 21st annual St. Joseph’s Day Appreciation Breakfast held March 17, 2011, at The Genesee Grand Hotel in Syracuse. St. Joseph’s hosts the breakfast annually to recognize major supporters and advocates of the hospital. Hospital President and CEO Kathryn H. Ruscitto presented St. Joseph the Worker awards to Dr. Charles and Mrs. Kathleen Elliott and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 43/National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Finger Lakes Chapter. Dr. and Mrs. David Eng Ms. Joanne Engelhardt Ms. Perrine E. Engle Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Enzerillo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Epolito Ms. Deborah A. Erhardt ES-M Transportation Department EspressOasis Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Ettelson Ramanda Eudell Ms. Christine Evans Ms. Janet Evans Mr. Kevin Evans Ms. Karen Ewald Ms. Natalie Fadden Ms. Judith Fager Ms. Theresa Faircloth Ms. Lori Falck Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Falcone Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Falkiewicz Ms. Colleen N. Fall Mr. and Mrs. William F. Falter, Sr. 37 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Farley Ms. Lauralee Farrar Bertram and Laurie Farrell Ms. Carol Farrell Ms. Katherine L. Farrell Ms. Beverly Fayette Ms. Valerie R. Fedele Ms. Tammy Feeney Feher Rubbish Removal, Inc. Ms. Lori Femano Ms. Janice Fenn Ms. Sharon Ferguson Mr. Frank Ferrante Ms. Donna Ferris Mr. Erman Ferris Ms. Jeanne Ferris Ms. Patricia J. Ferro Mrs. Paula M. Fetcho Ms. Tricia Fiasconaro Ms. Ann Field Ms. Michelina Figliomeni Ms. Laurie Files Circle of Caring This program offers several membership levels as well as a number of benefits and opportunities for recognition. In addition to being listed in the annual report and on a Donor Honor Roll in the hospitalâ€™s main lobby, members of the Circle of Caring are invited to our special St. Joseph the Worker Breakfast. In 2011, donors contributed more than $47,800 to the Circle of Caring campaign. Circle of Excellence $10,000 and above A. John Merola, M.D. Circle of Compassion $5,000 to $9,999 Circle of Stewardship $2,500 to $4,999 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Caputo Dr. Pam Horst and Dr. Tom Dennison Circle of Service $1,000 to $2,499 Dr. Anwar Ahmad Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Antonini Dr. and Mrs. Carl Austin Donald B. Barter Dr. and Mrs. Edward Bell Msgr. Ronald C. Bill Mrs. Mary Ann Bottar In memory of Thomas M. Bottar Dr. Jerry Brown Rick and Mary Brown Mr. and Mrs. Keith Civil Timothy J. Conan In memory of Mark Conan, III Dr. Robert Constantine Mr. W. Carroll Coyne John and Andrea Danial George S. and Mikell G. Deptula Dr. and Mrs. Edward T. Downing Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Falter Dr. Joseph F. 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Healy, Jr. Ms. Carrie Heaphy Ms. Sarah Heath Ms. Kristen Mucitelli-Heath Ms. Lynne Heaviside Ms. Nadine Heberger Dr. Richard Hehir Ms. Kellie Heiselman Ms. Helen Hemings Ms. Barbara Henchen Ms. Melissa Henderson Ms. Patricia S. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Henderson Mr. Shawn Henderson Mr. Jonathan Henry Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Henry Ms. Vera Herasymovych Mr. Greg Herbert Dr. John C. Herrman Ms. Mary Lu Hess Ms. Stacy Hessler Ms. Lori Higgins Mr. Al Highducheck Reverend and Mrs. Stewart Hild Ms. Linda Hillenbrand Ms. Kristen Hines Mr. Joseph Hipius Ms. Jennifer Hirsh Ms. Denise Hiser-Ruddick Ms. Mary Hlad Mr. Greg Hmiel Ms. Beverly B. Hogan Mr. Thomas Hogan Ms. Deborah Hohl Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Holland Ms. Kara Hollenbeck Ms. Ruth N. Holliday Ms. Carol Holt Ms. Mark Holt Mr. Jeffrey Hood Mrs. Judy Hooper Mr. Stephen Hoosock Ms. Deborah J. Hopkins Mr. Hann Horn Horowitch Family Foundation Ms. Jennifer L. Hosler Hospice of CNY Mr. Joseph Hotchkiss Ms. Pamela B. Houck Ms. Constance Hourihan Ms. Julie House Ms. Susan House Ms. Elizabeth M. Howard Ms. Karen M. Howard Ms. Agnes Howe Ms. Melanie H. Howell Ms. Amanda R. Howland Mr. Kevin Howland Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Huber Mr. Peter L. Hudson Ms. Wandalee Hughes Mr. Richard Hughs, Jr. Ms. Kelley Hulihan Mr. Kevin E. Hulslander Ms. Karen Hunt Ms. Patricia Hunt Dr. Peter and Mary Huntington Ms. Linda C. Hurley 39 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hurley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Hurst Ms. Donna L. Hussar Mberwa Hussin Ms. Ronda Huston Ms. Mary Huxford Mr. and Mrs. Victor G. Ianno Ms. Jaclyn Iasnik Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Impaglia Ms. Mary Indick Ms. Lorri Ingison Ms. Kathleen Ingram International Union of Elevator Constructors Local 62 Ms. Giovanna Isgro Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Isgro Mr. Finka Ivanova Mr. Sidney J. Ivory J&A Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Mr. Kenneth Jackson Ms. Virginia M. Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Jacobs, Jr. Ms. Ann Jamison Mr. Robert Janowski Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Janvrin, Jr. Ms. Georgianna Javier Mr. Walt Jaworsky JE Medical Center Ms. Penny Jemola Ms. Susan Jenks Ms. Helen H. Jennings Ms. Margaret M. Jevis Taryn Smith Jirousek, DMD, P.C. Ms. Susan A. Jobson Mr. Moses K. Joh Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnsen Ms. Denise Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Johnson Ms. Kathy Johnson Dr. Margaret M. Johnson Ms. Meghan Johnson Mr. Michael P. Johnson Ms. Patricia O. Johnson Ms. Yvonne T. Johnson Ms. Jennifer Johnstone Mr. Harry A. Jones Mr. Peter Jones Mr. Randolph Jones Mr. Derek C. Jorden, Jr. Joseph A. Cimino Food Brokers, Inc. Ms. Joan E. Joy Mr. and Mrs. Donald Judge Ms. Sue Judge Mr. Thomas W. Julian, Sr. Mr. James Juliano Ms. Joy Jurena K&L Gates, LLP Mr. Philip R. Kadushin Ms. Karen Kalivoda Ms. Adelia S. Kania Ms. Virginia Kapusta Ms. Jilliane Karlik Ms. Amy R. Karp William H. Karp, D.D.S., P.C. Ms. Maryann Katz Ms. Ronni Ann Katzowitz Mr. Jim Kavanaugh Ms. Elaine M. Kazakis Ms. Joan Keefe Ms. Susan E. Keefe Ms. Joan B. Keeffe Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kelleher The Keller Family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller Mr. and Mrs. G. Richard Kelley Mr. Grant Kelley Mr. Thomas S. Kelso Mr. William A. Kemp Ms. Pam Kennedy Ms. Dolores M. Kernan Mr. and Mrs. F. Philip Kessler, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Kessler Mr. Philip C. Khairi Mr. and Mrs. Norbert A. Kieffer Ms. Susan Kielb Mr. Michael Kieloch Ms. Jeanne L. Kiesinger Mr. Jung Kim Ms. Lorraine F. Kimmerle Ms. Nancy King Ms. Sara King Ms. Sylvia R. King Mr. Thomas J. King Ms. Valerie King Mr. Tom Kinney Ms. Joan Kinsella Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kirk Ms. Sadie Kirkendall Ms. Lisa Klapan Klepper, Hahn & Hyatt Structural Engineers Mr. Jordan M. Kligerman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Klobus Mr. Kyle A. Klobus Ms. April Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Knittel Mr. Charles R. Kobuszewski Ms. Ann Marie Kogut Ms. Kate Kohler Ms. Cynthia Kolis Mr. Walter Kolodziey Ms. Audrey Komorek Ms. Alice Konkol-Wilbur Mr. Robert Kosinski Mrs. Marianne Koslowski Ms. Joanne Kottage Mr. Richard D. Kovar Mr. Christopher Kowal Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Kowalski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Kowalski Mr. Christopher J. Kozma Ms. Janice M. Kozma Ms. Margaret Kozsan Mr. and Mrs. David Krathwohl Ms. Melissa Krausnick Ms. Joyce M. Krichbaum Mr. Joe Kroes Ms. Suzanne K. Kroth Ms. Nancy Krupka Ms. Susan A. Krzyzak Mr. Herbert Kuehne, USAR Ms. Margaret Kufel Ms. Sharon Kurgan Ms. Apinya Kurtzworth Ms. Jean LaBarge Mr. Kevin LaBarge Ms. Lori LaBarre Ms. Kathy Labulis Ms. Katie Lacey Mr. Ron Lachut Ms. Carolyn Lafaver Ms. Susan Lafaver Ms. Kristen LaForte-Spoon Ms. Debra Laframboise Ms. Lynn M. LaFrance Ms. Teresa Lagalante Ms. Jessica LaGrow Mr. and Mrs. John Lallier Ms. Susan J. Lamanna Ms. Tiffany K. LaMarca Ms. Michelle Lamb Ms. Sharon Lampert Ms. Robin Landers-Pignatti Ms. Dorie Landreth Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Lane Ms. Shirley T. Lange Ms. Deena Lankenau Mr. Sam J. Lanza Dr. Kathleen LaParne Ms. Kelly LaRocca Ms. Nikky Lasinski Ms. Margaret M. Laufer Ms. Joanne LaVigne Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lavin Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lavine Ms. Lorraine Lawrence Mr. Michael Lawrence Ms. Amy LeClair Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. LeClair Ms. Vonn Y. Lee Ms. Deborah Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Leisner Mr. Lawrence Lemanczyk Ms. Virginia R. Lemon Ms. Bertha Lengauer Ms. Lynn Leo Ms. Cathy Lewin Ms. Judith M. Lewis Mr. Ralph Lewis Mr. Roy V. Lewis Mr. Dominic Liberati Mr. Mike Licciardello Mr. Carlos Lind Ms. Catherine Lindberg The Lindsay Family Ms. Barbara E. Lingo Mr. Mike Link Ms. Joyce Linnenbach Ms. Beth Lipke Ms. Gretchen Lipp Ms. Linda Liszka Ms. Dawn Litherland Ms. Flora Lively Ms. Nancy Livermore Liverpool Public Library Ms. Jeanette Loftus Senator and Mrs. Tarky Lombardi, Jr. Ms. Gail M. Longcore Ms. Jane Longo Ms. Joan M. Longo Dr. and Mrs. Alfredo Lopez Ms. Rita C. Lopresti Mrs. Elizabeth Loran Ms. Joni M. Lore Ms. Lisa M. Losito Harry and Anne Louise Ms. Sandra Lovelace Mrs. Mae Loveland Mrs. Rita Lowry Ms. Susan Loysen Mr. Dhal Lual Mr. and Mrs. Todd J. Luchsinger Ms. Kimberly L. Luckette Ms. Mary Jane Luke Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lum Ms. Margaret M. Luongo Ms. Jeanine Luzzi Mr. Ralph Lyboult, Jr. Mrs. Donna J. Lynch Mrs. Jane S. Lynn Lynn Law Firm, LLP Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lysack M. Lemp, Inc. Ms. Sarah MacDowell Ms. Jennifer K. Machmer Mr. Daniel Macko Ms. Norma Jean Macko Ms. Paulinna R. Macko Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Madden Ms. Faith L. Madden Madison Mutual Insurance Company Ms. Sara Madison Dr. Paul W. Madonia Dr. Margaret Madonian Mr. and Mrs. John A. Magee Ms. Susan Magee Mr. Gerald M. Mager Walkways of Caring Three Walkways of Caring offer peaceful venues for patients and visitors. St. Francis Garden is located at the front of the hospital while Caritas Park is located in front of the College of Nursing. The Walk of Valor, at the flagpole in front of the hospital, pays tribute to veterans, reservists and active military personnel. Inscribed bricks and benches honor personal heroes and departed loved ones. In 2011, more than $12,000 was raised to support programs throughout St. Josephâ€™s network of services. 40 Ms. Nancy Mahlberg Mrs. Dolores K. Maier Ms. Jan Main Mr. John Main Mrs. Patricia Major Ms. Marion Makhuli Ms. Mary Malay Mr. Thomas Malisa Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Malone Mr. John Mancini William and Bernadette Mancini Manlius Pebble Hill School Manning & Napier Foundation, Inc. Mr. John F. Mannion and Mayor Stephanie Miner Mr. Patrick Mannion Ms. Laura Maracchion Dr. Antonio V. Marasigan Ms. Lorraine R. Marinelli Mr. John Markes Ms. Lisa Markes Mr. Shawn Markes Dr. Alan Markowitz and Ms. Cathy Pollard Ms. Jeannette Marquart Marsh Mr. and Mrs. James R. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. John D. Marshall Mr. Charles E. Martin Ms. Dena Martin Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Martineau Dr. Scott Martini Ms. Mahnaz Marvasti Ms. Dorothy M. Marventano Ms. Christina Mascato Mr. and Ms. Stephen R. Maser, IV Ms. Nicole A. Mason Mr. Joe Massari Ms. Emily Maston Mr. Steven P. Matarante Ms. Mary Matochik Ms. Rene L. Matthews Ms. Celestine Maurillo Ms. Christina A. May Mr. Greg May Ms. Jennifer Mayo Ms. Lise Mayo Ms. Mary Mayom Ms. Martha Maywalt Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. McAnaney Ms. Laura L. McBreairty-Pete Ms. Maureen McBride Ms. Christine McCarthy Ms. Janet McCarthy Ms. Nancy K. McCarty Mrs. Mary T. McConnell Mr. Francis D. McCormack Ms. Diane McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. McDermott Sister Laurine McDonald Mr. Robert W. McDonough Ms. Kathleen M. McEnery Ms. Jeanne McFee Mr. and Mrs. William L. McGarry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McGarvey Mrs. Sara McGee Ms. Amy McGrath Mr. William McGrath Mr. Michael McGuirl Mr. Timothy McHenry Mr. George McKean Ms. Alice McKee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McKeown Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas McKnight Ms. Dorothy H. McMahon Ms. Margaret G. Meccariello Ms. Frances Meehan Ms. Norma Meeks Radhika Mehra Mr. and Mrs. John A. Meldrum Mr. William Melfi Drs. Stanley Meltzer and Patricia Randall Ms. Ann R. Melvin Mr. Edward G. Melvin Ms. Louise Menickelli Ms. Victoria Menzel Mr. and Mrs. Merino Merola, Jr. Susan Merola-McConn, M.D. Mesa of NY, Inc. Mr. David Messinger Mr. James F. Meyers, Jr. Ms. Laura Meyers Ms. Caroll A. Michaels Ms. Sharon Micho Ms. Frances E. Mickens Mr. William Midlar Mrs. Rosemary Migliore Mr. Paul Migliorisi Mr. and Mrs. Dave Milback Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Milillo Ms. Eileen M. Millard Ms. Carol A. Miller Ms. Jane A. Miller Ms. Jeanette L. Miller Ms. Kathleen Miller Mr. and Mrs. Willie Miller Ms. Joni Milliron Ms. Laura Minnoe Ms. Deanna P. Minor Missionary Franciscan Sisters Ms. Cindy Mitchell Ms. Diane A. Mitchell Ms. LaToya Mitchell Ms. Michele T. Molinari Ms. Doreen M. Moltrup Mr. Gerald Monica Mr. and Mrs. James A. Monnat Mr. and Mrs. Dodge Monteleone Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Monz Mr. Joseph Montecalvo Gregg and Michelle Moore Ms. Margaret Moore Ms. Tonia M. Moore Ms. Anna Marie Moosbrugger Ms. Roberta Morales Judge and Mrs. Norman Mordue Mr. James J. Morelli Ms. Ann Marie Moreno Ms. Vicki Morey Ms. Bette Morgan Ms. Kathryn Morgan Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan Ms. Roni Morgenstern Ms. Patricia Morini Morningside Social Fund Ms. Melissa A. Morris Ms. M. Rita Morrissette Ms. Dyana Morrow Mr. Bryan H. Morse Teresa Zielinski Mortise Ms. Jeanne Moskal Ms. Kimberly Mowers Ms. Margit Moynihan Ms. Sara Moynihan Ms. Susan Mulcahy Ms. Melissa Muldoon Mr. Ed Mulpagano Ms. Martha E. Mulroy, Esq. Ms. Nancy K. Muncy Ms. Peggy S. Munn Ms. Carol Murnane Ms. Julie Murphy Ms. Mary E. Murphy Mr. Matthew Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Murphy Mr. Patrick Murphy Mr. Gary Murray Ms. Marla R. Murray Mr. Derrick Murry Mr. and Mrs. James Murty Mr. James Myers Ms. Joan Marie Myers Ms. Bonnie Myles 41 Mrs. Jane Naas NAPM Greater Syracuse Ms. Nancy Nardelli Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Nardone Ms. Lisa Nash Mrs. Renate Navaroli Ms. Mary Navarra Ms. Delores Neal Ms. Marjorie Neal Ms. Juliann M. Nedell Ms. Lois Needham Ms. Mary Kay Nels Ms. Vanessa Nels Ms. Elizabeth A. Nemier Ms. Donna E. Neuman New York State Department of Health Mr. and Mrs. James F. Newton Chuyen Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nicholas Ms. MariJill A. Nicholson Ms. Susan Nicholson Mr. Trent A. Nish Ms. Donene Noce Ms. Ann M. Noel Ms. Cheryl Noetscher Ms. Patricia Noll Ms. Kathy Anne Noonan Northern Oswego County Health Services, Inc. Ms. Dorothy Norton Ms. Roberta J. Novak French Mr. Isaac Ntansah-Boateng Ms. Linda Obit Ms. Danielle O’Brien Ms. Judith O’Brien Ms. Rebecca Obrist Ms. Lois M. O’Connell Ms. Joanne O’Green Ms. Margaret O’Hara Ms. Martha O’Leary Ms. Patricia O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Oliva Ms. Frances Oliva Sam and Marianne Oliva Ms. Ashante Oliver Ms. Kelie I. Oliver Ms. Winifred Olmstead Ms. Linda Olmsted Ms. Mary M. Olson Ms. Irene M. Oman Omega, Inc. Mr. David Omilanowicz Ms. Joan P. Omolino Oneida Indian Nation Ms. Patricia M. O’Neil Mrs. Stephanie O’Neil Ms. Karen O’Neill Ms. Dolores J. Oot Mr. Henry R. Oppenheimer Mr. Peter Opperman Options for Independent Living, Inc. Mrs. Michelle O’Rourke Ms. Anne J. Orr Ms. Rebecca Orzechowicz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Orzell Ms. Susan Osborne Ms. Christine M. Ostrowski Ms. Christine Osuchowski Ms. Theodora E. Owen Yaa Owusu Ms. Julie A. Ozcelebi Ms. Jill Pacholyk Mr. Joseph D. Pagano Mr. and Mrs. James Palanzi Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Palma Palmerton Group Mr. and Mrs. Peter Palumb Ms. Rustina Papini Mr. and Mrs. James A. Parise Ms. Teresa P. Parke Dr. Bruce D. Parker Ms. Kelly Parker Ms. Mary Parker Ms. Suzanne E. Parker Ms. Amber Parkhurst Mr. Gennaro Parlato Ms. Assunta Pascarella Ms. Maria Pascarella Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pasqua Mr. and Mrs. Antonino Patane Ms. Charlene Patane Mr. and Mrs. Haden Patten Ms. Angelika Patterson Ms. Joyce V. Patterson Paul Clapper & Associates Ms. Maureen Paur Mr. Edward Payment Ms. Joan M. Payne Ms. Laurie Payne Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Pearless Mr. Leroy Peck Ms. Robin Peck Ms. Bonnie J. Penoyer Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Pensabene Ms. Carleen Pensero Ms. Rhonda Pepper Mr. Abe Pereira Mr. Mark E. Perioli Ms. Susan H. Pernasilice Ms. Sheila A. Perrotti Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peters Mr. Douglas Peterson Ms. Mary Peterson Mr. Richard Petitto Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas V. Petragnani Mr. and Mrs. Walter Petrie Mr. and Mrs. John Petrocci Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Petroff Ms. Barbara Petrosky Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan E. Petruska Ms. Tina Pham Mr. and Mrs. David E. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Phelps Ms. Susan Phillips Mr. Danny Philpot Ms. Nina Phimmahom Mr. Ferdinand L. Picardi Ms. Cathleen Picarel Ms. Kathleen Piechowicz Ms. Sharon Pieper Ms. Dawn Pierce Mr. Paul Pietrantonio Ms. Amy Pine Ms. Lucritia Pine Ms. Carol A. Pinkowski Ms. Tara Pinney Ms. Doni Piper Ms. Sheila M. Piraino Mr. William J. Pitcher Ms. Maryann Platania Ms. Ann Platler Ms. Linda Platt Ms. Jean Player Ms. Maureen Polacci Mr. Thomas Polhamus, Jr. Ms. Christina Poli Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Pollard Ms. Kathleen Pollastro Ms. Mary J. Pollock Mr. Edward Polly Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Pomerleau Mr. and Mrs. Rush Pond Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Ponto Ms. Tammy Ponto Ms. Dianne Poore Mrs. Beth Porter Ms. Katie Powell Ms. Susanna H. Power Ms. Marty Prater Ms. Bonnie Prevost-Limoges Ms. Colleen G. Price Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Prince, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Priozzolo, II Ms. Kathleen C. Procita Ms. Dianne Procopio Prosurance Group, Inc. Ms. Donna Proulx Ms. Jennifer Prutzman Ms. Kathleen Puerner Ms. Joanne S. Pugliese Mr. Walter Pulaski Mr. Steven J. Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Pynn Ms. Tammy Pyzdrowski Ms. Debra Quay Ms. Susan Querreveld Ms. Liz Quill Ms. Kathleen J. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Quinn Ms. Dominique Racona Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ragonese Mr. John Ralph Mr. Thomas Ralston Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ramaglino Ms. Jane Ramont Ms. Shannon Ramsden Mrs. R. Linda Ranalli-Gallagher Ms. Connie Randolph Ms. Rosemarie Ranger Ms. Sonia I. Ranger Ms. Shirley Ransom Ms. Sarah Rasmussen Mr. Gregory Rathbun Ms. Stacey Raughley Ms. Janine Ravesi Mr. James Rayome Ms. Kelly Reader Ms. Rhonda Reader Mr. and Mrs. Timothy V. Reardon Mr. and Mrs. George Reck Mr. and Mrs. John K. Reed Mr. William Regan Mr. Ryan N. Reichard Mr. Donald Reifschneider Mr. and Mrs. James Reilly Ms. Jean Reilly Ms. Susan N. Reilly Ms. Lori Reinhart Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Renzi Ms. Carole A. Rerick Ms. Amber D. Restor Ms. Betsy Retchless Dr. Robert Rhodes Ms. Amy Rhone Mr. Eric T. Riccardi Ms. Jayne E. Richards Ms. Nancy Richards Ms. M. Catherine Richardson Ms. Laurena Riedl Mrs. Rose D. Riel Mrs. Eleanor Riley Ms. June Riordan Ms. Suzanne Ritter Ms. Marissa Rivera Ms. Noreen Rix Mr. John E. Rixford Karema Rizek Ms. Jennifer Riznyk Ms. Jean Roach Ms. Katherine Robb Ms. Patricia Robbins Drs. Leo and Linda Roberge Mr. Floyd E. Roberts Ms. Karen Roberts Ms. Brittnie Robinson Ms. Pearlena Robinson Ms. Rochelle Robinson Drs. Stephen and Linda Nancy Robinson Rockdale Rod & Gun Club, Inc. Ms. Summer Rockwell Ms. Rebecca Roder Ms. Mia Rodriguez Ms. Odalys Rodriguez Ms. Katherine Roesser Mr. and Mrs. Clifford D. Rogers Ms. Mary F. Rogers Ms. Denise Rojek Ms. Cheryl A. Rollin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Romano Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Romano Mr. and Mrs. Hal Romans Mr. Charles Romeo Ms. Jeanne M. Rood Ms. Lucille K. Roop Ms. Carroll Root Ms. Denise R. Root Ms. Antonietta Rosano Ms. Kimberly A. Ross Ms. Jennifer Roth Ms. Rachel Rothman Mr. Kevin P. Rourke Mr. Charles Rouse Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rouvelas Mr. Richard Rowlinson Ms. Therese M. Royal Dr. James M. Rozanski Mrs. Grace J. Roznowski Yaroslav Rubakha Ms. Christine Caldwell-Rudolph Ms. Brenda Rudy 42 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ruge Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rupp Ms. Christina Rushford Mr. Claude Russell Mrs. Maria P. Russell Dr. and Mrs. Michael Rutkowski Ms. Carol A. Ryan Ms. Kimberly Ryan Ms. Mary Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Ryan Mr. Timothy P. Ryan Ms. Jennifer Sabatini Ms. Mary Margaret Sabel Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sacco, Jr. Ms. Ann Sadowski Mr. David A. Sadowski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Salati, Sr. Ms. Susan D. Salerno Ms. Elaine M. Salmon Mr. Silvio Salvagni Ms. Michelle Salyer Mr. Kevin Sanborn Mr. Joey Santana Ms. Nanette A. Santoro Ms. Kathryn Sapp Ms. Elaine Sarem Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Satalin, Jr. Ms. Zakia Saunders Mr. Dale D. Sauro & Family Ms. Jodi Sawyer Ms. Cheryl Scaia Ms. Brenda L. Scanlon Ms. M. Kathleen Scanlon Ms. Tina Schad Ms. Catherine M. Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Schaller Ms. Jacqueline Schill Ms. Judith L. Schiller Mr. Joseph Schiltz Mr. Don Schmidt Mr. Kent Schmidt Mr. David F. Schmitt Mr. Donald H. Schnackel Ms. Stacey Schneble Ms. Lorraine A. Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Schneider Ms. Cindy Schnur Ms. Carolyn Schnurr Mr. F. John Schoeneck, Jr. Ms. Maribeth A. Schoeneck Mr. and Mrs. John Schoenmaker, Jr. Ms. Dorothea M. Scholes Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gary Schuls Ms. Cynthia Schultz Dr. Daniel F. Schultz Mr. Thomas A. Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Schutz Ms. Barbara Schwebel Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schwenn Ms. Laurianne Schwitter Ms. Jody Scimone Mr. John Sciuga Ms. Jessica Scott Dr. and Mrs. Carl Scruggs Ms. Patricia A. Scully Ms. Joan Seastead Ms. Linda Sees Ms. Mary Semak Ms. Cheryl Semmens Ms. Sarah M. Sempler Seneca Data Ms. Linda Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Shaffer Ms. Deborah Shanahan Ms. Laurie Shanahan Ms. Melodie Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Sharpe Ms. Julie Sharpe Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Shattell Ms. Elizabeth Shea Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sheftic Ms. Annette Sheldon Mr. and Mrs. James P. Sheldon Ms. Mary Beth Sheldon Ms. Anna V. Shelley Sheridan, Edwards, French & Corso Dentists, P.C. Mr. Kurt R. Sherman Ms. Carolyn Sherwood Mr. Craig Shoebridge Ms. Elizabeth Shoff Mrs. Donna Shostack Ms. Elizabeth A. Shubsda Ms. Angeline Siebert Ms. Pamela Silfer Ms. Candice A. Silino Mr. and Mrs. Loron E. Silliman Ms. Bonnie Silva Ms. Kathye M. Silva Ms. Shirley L. Silver Mr. and Mrs. David Silverman Ms. Karen Simmons Ms. Barbara M. SimonianPalmerton Dr. and Mrs. Alan J. Simons Ms. Bonnie Simson Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sincebaugh Ms. Shirley Singer Skaneateles Jewelers Ms. Joanne M. Skeval Ms. Abbie Skinner Ms. Cindy Slavinski Mr. Ralph A. Slepecky Mr. Richard Small Ms. Julianne Smart Ms. Ann Smith Ms. Arlethia Smith Mrs. Carla C. Smith Mrs. Carol Smith Ms. Carol A. Smith Ms. Cheryl Smith Ms. Danielle Smith Mr. David W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Smith, Jr. Mr. Mitchell Smith Ms. Robyn Smith Ms. Rosa Smith Ms. Shilo C. Smith Ms. Suzanne Smith Mr. Henry L. Smithers Ms. Teri Smithers Ms. Donna G. Snow Mrs. Constance Snyder Ms. Craig W. Snyder Ms. Joanne Snyder Mr. Eddie Sochia Ms. Lisa T. Soderberg Ms. Tina Sokolova Mr. Paul Sonneborn Ms. Gwen Sorber Ms. Lorraine Southworth Ms. Joanne L. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Speach Ms. Susan K. Spencer Ms. Laura A. Spicer Ms. Lynnette Spies Ms. Michelle Spinella Ms. Rosaline Spinella Mr. Salvatore Spinella Ms. Kelly Spinelli Mr. James C. Spinner Ms. Patricia Spoto Mr. Andrew Spry Mr. Mark J. Squire Mr. Mark St. John St. Joseph’s Care Management Services St. Joseph’s Clinical Learning & Resource Department St. Joseph’s Hospital St. Joseph’s Hospital ED Staff St. Joseph’s Hospital Human Resources Staff St. Joseph’s Nets Nearly $350,000 at Annual Gala Fund Raiser St. Joseph’s Foundation hosted its annual black tie optional gala dinner dance on June 3, 2011. The event, which netted nearly $350,000, was held at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino with a “green and silver eco-chic” theme. The theme celebrated the first stage of one of the largest green building projects in Upstate New York – St. Joseph’s emergency services building – as well as the 20th year of successful galas held to support St. Joseph’s many programs and services. Presenting sponsor was Central New York Infusion Services, LLC; gala co-chairs were Drs. Susan Merola-McConn and Mark McConn, and Dr. Alan and Mrs. Deborah Simons. Proceeds from the gala support St. Joseph’s programs and services. 43 St. Joseph’s Hospital Security Department Ms. Claudine Stanley Mr. Erik L. Stannard Ms. Dawn M. Stanton Ms. Diane Stanton Ms. Arleen Stapleton Ms. Christine Stapleton Ms. Stephanie Starie Mr. Walter A. Starz Ms. Miriam A. Stauter Ms. Kristen L. Stebbins Mr. Eric G. Stephens Ms. Tabitha Stephens Ms. Terri Stevens Mr. Rosamond C. Stevenson Mr. Alvin Stever Ms. Debra A. Steves Ms. Diane Steves Ms. Michele Stiles Elena and Arthur Stipanovic Ms. Debra Stith Ms. Leslee Stivers Mr. and Mrs. John P. Stopen Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Straub Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Strempel Mr. and Mrs. Carter H. Strickland Ms. Anna Strutina Ms. Karen Stuber Ms. Joanna Stump Mr. Greg Swain Ms. Lily L. Swanson Mr. Dale Sweetland Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Swierczek Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Swimm, Jr. Ms. Bobbi Swistak Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Switzer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Switzer Syracuse University Ms. Sandi Syrko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Szombathy Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Szymaniak Ms. Deborah Szymanowski Ms. Melanie Szymanowski Ms. Erma Tackman Mr. James M. Taft Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Tafuri Ms. Suzanne M. Talarico Ms. Christine M. Tancredi Ms. Lauren Tangredi Ms. Brendan Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tansey Mr. Matt Taranto Ms. Mary Jo Tartaglia Mr. Matthew Tartaglia Mr. George Tarter Ms. Helen R. Tassone Ms. Susan M. Tatro Ms. Debra Taylor Ms. Joann Taylor Mr. Lawrence A. Tefft Mr. Charles Terotta Ms. Tristan Tesorio Ms. Brooke Thiroux Mr. and Mrs. David W. Thomas Thomas Erie, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Justin Thomas Ms. Latoya L. Thomas Ms. Peggy A. Thomas Ms. Christina Thompson Mr. William E. Thompson Ms. Agnes J. Thomson Ms. Bridgit Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Thomson Ms. Patricia A. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thomson Mr. Michael Thornhill Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Thornton Mrs. Susan M. Thornton Ms. Jessica Tillapaugh Ms. Karen Timmins Sister Elizabeth John Timson Ms. Colleen P. Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Toomey Ms. Diane Toteda Mr. William Tourville Ms. Kim Townsend Ms. Shelley Trace Mr. Mark Tracy Mr. Michael Traino Transfiguration Roman Catholic Church Dr. and Mrs. James Traver Mr. William Traver Mr. David Treichler Ms. Madeline C. Tremblay Mr. Gregg A. Tripoli Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tromans, Jr. Ms. Jacquelin Trosky Ms. Denise Truelson Mr. and Mrs. David P. Truitt Reverend Richard G. Tucker Ms. Jacquelyn D. Turner Mr. Thomas J. Turo Ms. Paula Turtura Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tyler Ms. Donna Tyo Mr. Thomas E. Tyo Upstate Analytical Services, L.L.C. Mr. John R. Urciuoli Ms. Jacqueline R. Utton Ms. Teresa Vadala Ms. Camille Valentine Ms. Sundae Valentine Valley Men’s Club, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joel F. Van Keuren Ms. Cynthia VanDerveer Ms. Jessica VanEtten Ms. Barbara Vannoy Ms. Vicki VanSlyke Ms. Frances M. Vargo Mr. Julian Vault Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Vecchio Ms. Joann Vetere Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vincent Mr. John Vincent Ms. Monica A. Clemons-Vincent Mr. Richard B. Vincent, Jr. Mr. Arthur J. Vinette Mr. John Viola Ms. Suzanne Viola Mr. John Visco Ms. Patricia A. Vitale Mr. Andrew Von Deak Ms. Mary Jo Vona Ms. Carol Vurraro Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wadsworth Ms. Barbara Wagoner Mr. Mark Waite Ms. Susan Walburger Dr. and Mrs. Richard Waldman Ms. Constance Waldon Ms. Diane Waldon Ms. Cheri Walker Mr. John J. Walker, Jr. Ms. Tammi Walker Azizzi Waller Mr. and Mrs. David J. Walsh Dr. Kevin M. Walsh Ms. Lindsay Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walsh William and Sandra Walsh Ms. Rita Walters Ms. Rose Walters Mr. John D. Walton Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. 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Sauro & Family In memory of William P. Scanlon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Scanlon In memory of Teddy Schalk Ms. Patricia O’Leary In memory of Dr. Robert Schelper Ms. Ruth N. Holliday In memory of Carmella Scherr Mr. Mike Scherr In memory of Donna Schneble Ms. Stacey Schneble In honor of Michelle Schneider Margaret and Don Martin In memory of Dr. Ferndinand J. Schoeneck Mr. F. John Schoeneck, Jr. In memory of George Schrader Ms. Michelle Glaski In memory of Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Schramm Ms. Brenda L. Scanlon In memory of Debbie Schumaker Ms. Mary Huxford In memory of George Schumpf, Sr. Ms. Debra Quay Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Doherty Ms. Christine Evans Mr. and Mrs. William F. Falter, Sr. Frazer School PTSO Ms. Beverly B. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Hurst Ms. Lorraine F. Kimmerle Mr. Charles R. Kobuszewski Mr. Lawrence Lemanczyk Ms. Joni M. Lore Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Lum Ms. Caroll A. Michaels Mr. and Mrs. John Petrocci Mrs. R. Linda Ranalli-Gallagher Ms. Judith L. Schiller Mr. John Sciuga Mrs. Donna Shostack Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Wiley, Sr. In memory of Gerald and Catherine Simmons Ms. Deborah Guancial In memory of John E. Scott Ms. Heather A. Flanagan In honor of The Sisters of St. Francis Mr. Howard Lewis In memory of Jesse Scruton Ms. Amanda R. Howland In honor of SJHHC Employees Mrs. Linda Corrigan In honor of Nicholas Sees Ms. Linda Sees In memory of Anthony and Thelma Skane Ms. Marissa Rivera In memory of Richard Segreti Mr. Steven J. Shih In honor of Walter W. Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Shaffer In memory of Mary Connors Sharkey Mr. and Mrs. Martin Connor In memory of Katie Shatraw Ms. Suzanne Smith In memory of Michael J. Shelmidine Ms. Denise Johnson In memory of Victor J. Shepardson Ms. Virginia Kapusta In memory of Edward Shoebridge Ms. Jan Bauman Mr. Craig Shoebridge In memory of Adam Shostack Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Bolster Ms. Mary Burns Ms. Regina Capella Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. DeSantis In memory of Jim Slattery Ms. Deborah Lehman In memory of Donna Smith Walker Ms. Carol Farrell In memory of Ellie Smith, RN Ms. Kelly Parker In memory of Sheryl Dorothy Snyder Ms. Craig W. Snyder In memory of Maria Sorbello Mr. Antonio Bianchetti Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biasi Ms. Cecilia Caruso Ms. Diane J. Crivelli Fremont Bakery Ms. Giovanna Isgro Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Isgro Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Petroff Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tromans, Jr. In memory of Robert Southard, Jr. Ms. Susan House In memory of Betsy Griffin Sovay Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harney In memory of Roy W. Spies Ms. Lynnette Spies In honor of Sister Jacqueline Spiridilozzi Mr. John Cavender In honor of the St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center Emergency Room Staff Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ramaglino In memory of Joyce Tartaglia Ms. Mary Jo Tartaglia In memory of Eleanor Tenney Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Downs In honor of Donna J. Thomas Ms. Christina Rushford In memory of Richard and Joan Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Justin Thomas In memory of Charlotte G. Thompson Mr. William E. Thompson In memory of Thelma Starling Ms. Arlethia Smith In memory of Helen Tierney Mrs. Mae Loveland In memory of William W. Stauring Workers United Local 1822 In memory of Mary and Paul Tindall Ms. Kathryn Morgan In memory of Ann Stemmler Ms. Patricia A. Calpeter In memory of Dr. John Tinervia Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wojcik Jr. In honor of Keri Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Schutz In honor of Bob Triggs Carol and Robert Triggs In memory of Elizabeth Stever Mr. Alvin Stever In memory of James and Agnes Tuck Ms. Virginia G. Giarusso In memory of Myron, May and Sharon Stivers Ms. Leslee Stivers In memory of Ruth Studdiford Ms. Apinya Kurtzworth Ms. Jean Reilly In honor of Gloria Sulik Dr. Sandra Sulik In memory of Philip A. Tully Ms. Maureen Bogardus In memory of Francis E. Turo Ms. Kathleen Turo In honor of Loretta C. Turo Ms. Kathleen Turo In memory of Mary Swinsick Ms. Susan M. Aldrich In memory of Shirley VanBeschoten Wladis Law Firm, P.C. In memory of Mary and Dan Taber Mrs. Elizabeth Loran In honor of Elaine and Rodney VanEtten Ms. Jessica VanEtten In memory of Ronald and Frances Tanner Mrs. Mary T. Beddard In memory of Margaret Vault Mr. Julian Vault In honor of Ann Tanny Hass Ms. Lorraine A. Schneider In memory of Debra Tanous Ms. Judith Lynd Desio and Mr. Frank All In memory of Walter and Helen Tansey Mr. John Salemme In memory of Kevin L. Tansey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tansey 50 In memory of Ann Marie Verostek Ms. Kathleen Bullion Ms. Dawn Harris Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Ponto In memory of Phyllis Vincent Wladis Law Firm, P.C. In honor of Albert Viola, Sr. Mr. John Viola In memory of Maria Visco Houck Mrs. Molly A. Hart In memory of Joanne Paino Walker Mr. H. Edward Walker In memory of William F. Walsh Alderman and Alderman Mr. Dennis R. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Bart Beak & Skiff Apple Farms, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berman Ms. Linda M. Bougus Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Boyea Ms. Lynn V. Breitlow Ms. Margaret I. Brooks Honorable and Mrs. Harold C. Brown, Jr. Mr. William J. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Buzzelli C&S Companies Colleen, Corie, Kristina, and Caroline Callahan Cambareri & Cambareri, LLP Cardiovascular Group of Syracuse Pete and Mary Beth Carmen Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Carroll Cavalry Veterans of Syracuse – Troop D and Troop K Central New York Community Foundation, Inc. CNY Family Care, LLP Mr. Benjamin Coffin Mr. Shawn Comer Ms. Kathleen M. Connor Mr. and Mrs. John P. Curtin Mr. Albert R. Denti Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Dillabough Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dixon Dennis and Kerry Dorsey Ms. Joann M. Dorsey Ms. Susan Dwyer and Mr. James Buschman Ms. Mary E. Egan Employees of Children’s Division, Onondaga County DSS Eye Surgeons of Central NY Ms. Mary G. Foti Ms. Barbara Funck Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Gage Mr. and Mrs. David F. Gibaud The Gifford Foundation Ms. Mary K. Gillis Ms. Christa Glazier Ms. Elizabeth A. Gorski Dr. and Mrs. Seth S. Greenky Mr. and Mrs. Stewart F. Hancock, Jr. ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS Foundation Revenue 2011 2010 2009 2008 Fundraising, including program services and events Increase in Restricted Funds Investments 915,387 868,728 828,065 964,276 10,040,151 4,060,087 4,532,940 1,180,667 328,047 2,241,765 2,627,808 (4,348,748) Total Revenue 11,283,585 7,170,580 7,988,813 (2,203,805) n Increase in Restricted Funds n Fundraising, including program services and events n Investments Expenses Fundraising, including program services and events Operations Donations to St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center 12,400,366 Total Expenses 13,401,879 4,176,686 1,579,047 2,482,063 Increase (Decrease) in Net Assets (2,118,294) Total Net Assets 22,171,207 24,289,501 21,295,607 14,885,841 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence M. Hanlon Ms. Marilyn Higgins Ms. Ann Jamison Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Janvrin, Jr. Ms. Helen H. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Donald Judge K&L Gates, LLP Mr. Charles A. Keller, Esq. The Keller Family Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keller Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lavine M. Lemp, Inc. Ms. Marion Makhuli Margaret and Don Martin Dr. Mehdi Marvasti Dr. and Mrs. Richard Mayne Ms. Martha Maywalt Ms. Sara McGee Ms. Dorothy H. McMahon Judge and Mrs. Norman Mordue Ms. Martha E. Mulroy, Esq. Nephrology Hypertension Associates of CNY, P.C. Ms. Patricia Noll Sam and Marianne Oliva Ted and Diane Pasinski Mr. and Mrs. Haden Patten 504,772 531,746 653,753 461,250 496,741 545,080 724,228 676,990 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Pensabene Mr. and Mrs. David E. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rouvelas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ruge Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scuderi Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Semel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Sharpe Mr. Kurt R. Sherman Ms. Barbara M. SimonianPalmerton Mrs. Carol Smith Mr. Henry L. Smithers St. Joseph’s Hospital Human Resources Staff Mr. and Mrs. John P. Stopen Syracuse University Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Toomey Valley Men’s Club, Inc. Mr. Arthur J. Vinette Mr. John Visco Mr. and Mrs. David J. Walsh William and Sandra Walsh Ms. June E. Wright 3,099,860 2,993,894 201,066 6,409,766 In memory of Patricia Walters Ms. Barbara Henchen Mr. Charles E. Martin Missionary Franciscan Sisters Ms. Shirley L. Silver Dr. Kevin M. Walsh Ms. Rita Walters In memory of Hadi Warfa Mr. Adan Warfa In memory of Laure Waterman Mr. Steven Waterman In memory of Andrew Weiland Ms. Grace Bristol In memory of Irma Wells Ms. Laura B. Darling In memory of Kevin Wells Robert J. Dietz, Jr., D.D.S. Ms. Deborah A. Erhardt Ms. Julianne Smart Ms. Bonnie Y. Wassel Ms. Jackulyn L. Wells In memory of Elizabeth H. Whalen Ms. Mary Malay 51 1,343,823 (4,685,868) In memory of Eva Whorrall Ms. Yvette Dixon In memory of Elizabeth Wilk Ms. Christine Baughman In memory of Earl Williams Mrs. Carla C. Smith In memory of Earline Williams Ms. Mary Brice In memory of Helen M. Williams Ms. Patricia D. Burke n Donations to St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center n Fundraising, including program services and events n Operations In honor of Devin and Cierra Wolterding Mr. and Mrs. Denny Wolterding In memory of A.P. Worden Mr. Richard L. Worden In honor of R.G. Worden Mr. Richard L. Worden In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Worley Ms. Faith L. Madden In memory of Donald and Clara Wilmot Ms. Clarissa DeLong In memory of Hans Heinz Wuerslin The Family of Hans Heinz Wuerslin In honor of The WinderlSchoeneck Family Ms. Maribeth A. Schoeneck In memory of Sister M. Amata Yager Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mulvey In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Wlad Ms. Joan Wlad In memory of Mary Ellen Zeller Ms. Ellen M. Callahan Culver In honor of Tyler Wladis Ms. Mary Anne Gillson In memory of Dennis Wolterding Mr. and Mrs. Denny Wolterding In memory of Dominic Zieno Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Enzerillo Mr. and Mrs. James A. Parise Rockdale Rod & Gun Club, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zieno Leadership CORPORATE STRUCTURE ST. JOSEPHâ€™S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES ADMINISTRATION George Deptula, Esq. chairperson Kathryn H. Ruscitto president Sr. Mary Obrist secretary/treasurer Lucinda Drescher Sharon McAuliffe, Esq. John Murphy, III Pawan Rao, MD William Roberts, MD Balasubramaniam Sivakumar, MD Sandra Sulik, MD Vincent Sweeney Charles Zimmerman Sr. Monica Zmolek Kathryn H. Ruscitto president and chief executive officer Mary W. Brown senior vice president for operations Mark E. Murphy, RN, NP senior vice president for system development and ambulatory care AnneMarie Czyz, MS, RN vice president for clinical services Charles Fennell vice president for information management Fred Letourneau vice president for physician enterprise 52 Margaret R. Martin vice president for marketing, communications and development Joseph Scicchitano vice president for support services Lowell Seifter general counsel Michael Shaffer vice president for fiscal affairs Frank L. Smith, Jr. vice president for special health programs Sandra Sulik, MD vice president for medical affairs Deborah Welch vice president for people MEDICAL STAFF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Balasubramaniam Sivakumar, MD president Richard Waldman, MD vice president Cristian Andrade, MD secretary/treasurer Joseph P. Augustine, MD Samuel S. Badalian Jarrod L. Bagatell, MD Dawn Brink-Cymerman, MD Larry Consenstein, MD Angelo DeRosalia, MD Santo DiFino, MD Marya Gendzielewski, MD Seth S. Greenky, MD Sheryl K. High, NP Randy J. Kalish, MD Philip M. Kaplan, MD Chris R. LaBounty, MD ST. JOSEPH’S ANNUAL REPORT IS PUBLISHED BY ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER, 301 PROSPECT AVE., SYRACUSE, NY 13203. COPYRIGHT © 2012 BY ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NO PART OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT OF ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL HEALTH CENTER. Alfredo Lopez, MD Joseph P. Markham, MD Craig T. Montgomery, MD Ahmad Nazem, MD Narayana P. Reddy, MD Kenneth Santos, DO Alan J. Simons, MD Sandra Sulik, MD Nicholas C. Trasolini, MD James B. Tucker, MD Therese M. Whitt, MD Syed N. Zaman, MD COUNCIL OF ADVISORS Donald Barter Susan Bastable Msgr. Ronald Bill Gary Bobbett James Breuer William Byrne David Capriotti Dr. Edward Carsky Danielle Cummings William Fisher Darren Fuller Stephen Gorczynski Bridget-ann Hart, RPh Kristen Heath Matt Huber Philip Kessler Melanie Littlejohn Tarky Lombardi, Esq. Carmen Louise Eleanor Ludwig Margaret Martin Kemper Matt Anne Messenger Eleanor Moloney Dr. William Nugent Sr. Mary Obrist Chris Papayanakos Dr. Fred Pestello Kathryn Ruscitto Elaine Scuderi Theresa Slater Carlyle Smith Pamela Speach Dr. Sandra Sulik Patricia Stith Kimberly Townsend Courtney Wilson Mark Wladis Rev. Robert Yeazel 3 FOUNDATION BOARD Patricia Civil George Deptula Paul Hanrahan, Esq. Patrick O’Connor Sr. Mary Obrist David Panasci Kathryn H. Ruscitto George Schunck Alan J. Simons, MD John Zawadzki AUXILIARY OFFICERS Martha C. Tooley president Deborah Borenstein Roxanne Kenneally Stephanie Macero Katie Roberts Pamela Speach Laura Spring EDITOR/WRITER: KERRI GANCI, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MARKETING FEATURE WRITER: ELIZABETH R. WIMER DESIGNER: COLLEEN KIEFER, KIEFER CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHER: WAINWRIGHT PHOTO PRINTER: MIDSTATE PRINTING CORPORATION 301 PROSPECT AVENUE SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 13203 315.448.5111 WWW.SJHSYR.ORG @STJOSEPHSHEALTH SPONSORED BY THE SISTERS OF ST. 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