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Together, Stronger

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation 2011 Annual Report


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Pictured from left to right: Jane Peck, Will Smith, Mike Aquilino Jr., Dennis Hansen, Amy Aquilino, Michael Aquilino, Bill Robertson, Kelly Aquilino, Jennifer Aquilino.


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Together in Service

Here at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, we have always appreciated the importance of collaboration and finding ways to foster and encourage teamwork. Each and every initiative in our quest to provide the best care to our community requires a coming together of physicians, caregivers, and administrators — all of whom are devoted to our mission of service. In June of 2012, we broke ground on the new Shady Grove Adventist Aquilino Cancer Center, a state-of-the-art facility, which will bring together specialists and caregivers in a centralized location to provide the best in cancer care right here in our community. The proximity of surgeons, radiologists, dietitians, nurse navigators, social workers and others will allow for an easier and more efficient exchange of information, which will in turn lead to better delivery of care for our patients. Just as we have done before with the Expansion Campaign for the new Tower, the Healing Garden and the new Cardiac, Vascular and Interventional Radiology Suite, the Aquilino Cancer Center is coming to fruition after many years of planning and support from our community. As a friend of Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, you are an integral part of our team and a vital link in a chain that has grown longer and stronger over the years as we have made more advancements and programs available in our commitment to bring exceptional, compassionate care to those we serve. For the special place you hold on our team — thank you. Through your support of all we do, you’ve tilled the soil with us, making so much important progress possible for the health and wellbeing of our community.

Dennis Hansen President Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

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Together in Purpose

Vince Lombardi once said, “Success demands singleness of purpose.” Arguably one of the most successful coaches in the history of football, his ability to motivate and inspire his players is legendary. He taught them about the importance of focus, determination and — most importantly — passion for the job at hand. At Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, we understand the importance of perseverance. Our purpose — our mission — is at the heart of everything we do. And every corner of the hospital, from the Healing Garden to the Emergency Department to every unit of every floor, each place and each person contributes in a unique way to that unified purpose. We are very excited about building another place with purpose — the new Shady Grove Adventist Aquilino Cancer Center. As part of our mission of serving our community through physical, mental and spiritual healing, the Center will focus on providing the best care for cancer patients and delivering that care in a way that makes the ordeal more manageable for patients and their families. The leading-edge treatments offered at the Center will assist those who are battling cancer. And with services that also include supportive care, such as nutrition counseling, nurse navigation, social work, support groups, fitness classes and more, the Aquilino Cancer Center will be a unique place for healing.

We acknowledge that in our quest for purpose, there is a special place that you, our partners from every corner of our community, hold. Without your support, the many initiatives, programs and services we offer simply would not exist. For maintaining your place beside us over the years, we are eternally grateful.

William H. Smith Chief Development Officer Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

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Cancer Care Team at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital.


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The Power of Teamwork Throughout our community, we see examples of teams working together toward common goals. Team environments foster unity, provide an outlet for members to learn from each other and offer synergistic combinations of ideas and abilities that may lead to new approaches and discoveries.

Throughout this report, you will find examples of how we join together to care for our patients, tackle complex medical challenges, and work to ensure the latest in advancements and treatments are available to those who expect and deserve the highest level of care from their community hospital. In all of this, we acknowledge that our team would not be complete without you. Our loyal supporters and partners stand with us, shoulder to shoulder, in all our efforts.

We celebrate and share every achievement, every milestone, with you.

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Pictured top left, Dr. Brian Carpenter; top right, Dr. Jeffrey Wang.


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A Team Makes a Difference The first symptom she experienced was a loss of energy. Before long, she began feeling a shortness of breath. “I was close to passing out,” Elizabeth Schwaab recalled. She knew something was terribly wrong. Elizabeth had two large blood clots in her lungs, which were affecting her heart’s ability to pump blood, and her ability to breathe. This situation, called a pulmonary embolism, is very serious, and often fatal if not caught and treated very quickly. Elizabeth was rushed to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital where it was promptly determined that she would require a procedure called a pulmonary embolectomy, where a catheter is inserted through the heart and into the lungs to remove clots. Shady Grove is one of very few hospitals in the area where this procedure is performed. Several specialists and service lines were involved in her care, including physicians in the intensive care unit, the catheterization lab, and vascular specialists. “A tremendous coordination of effort is required in a case like this,” said Dr. Jeffrey Wang, the vascular surgeon who performed the procedure on Elizabeth. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital is recognized for its commitment to high level patient care and quality testing for the diagnosis of vascular disease, providing comprehensive diagnostic, interventional, and surgical vascular services. The vascular services team works closely with internists, radiologists, general surgeons, plastic surgeons, podiatrists, cardiologists, pulmonary doctors and others to diagnose and treat a variety of cases. Elizabeth credits her full recovery to a dedicated team, which included Dr. Wang and internist Dr. Brian Carpenter, among others, who worked seamlessly together to save her life.

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At the Heart of a Cardiac Team Just 41 years old, Parag Parikh was young and healthy, or so he thought. But on a recent afternoon, when he began experiencing tingling in his shoulder, discomfort and a racing feeling in his chest, he thought he should call 9-1-1, just to be safe.

Within minutes of their arrival, the paramedic team performed an electrocardiogram (EKG) and sent the results directly to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital via LifeNet. This communications system enables ambulances in Montgomery County to transmit critical information to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital while patients are en route, allowing for the appropriate care to be ready as soon as the patient arrives. Immediately upon his arrival at Shady Grove, Parag was rushed to the catheterization lab, where interventional cardiologist Dr. Michael Castine performed an emergency percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), or angioplasty, to relieve a blockage in one of Parag’s arteries. After his surgery, a program of rehabilitation and exercise was prescribed for Parag. “There is a multidisciplinary team dedicated to rehabilitating patients after a cardiac event,” according to Dennis Friedman, M.D., medical director of cardiac and vascular services and cardiac rehabilitation at Shady Grove. Specialists, including cardiologists, nurses, physiologists, dietitians and certified diabetes educators, work together as a team and directly with patients to improve their quality of life and prevent the progression of heart disease. For Parag, the entire experience was a wake-up call to improve his health. He describes his newfound focus on a heart-healthy lifestyle as “helping me regain my confidence, physically and emotionally.”

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A Family Gives Back Several years ago, Michael Aquilino learned something very important about the value of time. His wife, Tammie, was diagnosed with cancer. For two and a half years, as she bravely battled the disease, time was a precious commodity.

The demands of caring for his wife and their three young children, traveling to many doctor’s appointments while maintaining his career were taxing. After Tammie passed away, Michael decided more could be done to help families such as his, battling cancer in our community. His generous donation has helped the Shady Grove Adventist Aquilino Cancer Center become a reality. Michael believed our community deserved a state-of-the-art cancer center, where the best of care would be available, a place where services patients would benefit from would be available under one roof, eliminating the need to travel near and far for appointments. The Aquilino Cancer Center offers an array of services that help patients in their physical, emotional and spiritual fight, while taking into consideration the importance of preserving the family unit. When the Aquilino Cancer Center opens its doors in the summer of 2013, it will house advanced technology and leading-edge equipment to help patients fight a variety of cancers. Patients and their families will have access — in one place — to expert medical care as well as essential support services. And the center will house multidisciplinary teams of cancer specialists who will work together every day on patient care plans. This past June, Michael and his family joined physicians and administrators from Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, friends of the hospital and members of the community at the official groundbreaking ceremony for the Aquilino Cancer Center.

“It brings closure to a very difficult time in my life, and it’s a dedication to my wife. And for me…I’m able to give something back to the community.” — Michael Aquilino The Aquilino Family

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Aquilino Cancer Center Breaking Ground to Break Down Barriers to Care

This summer, Adventist HealthCare officials, members of the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital team, local elected officials and members of our community joined together in a special groundbreaking ceremony on the campus of Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, on the site that will become Montgomery County's first free-standing, comprehensive cancer center. The Shady Grove Adventist Aquilino Cancer Center, scheduled to open in the summer of 2013, will be a 50,000 square foot, three-story building and will offer state-of-the-art cancer care in one centralized location to patients in our community. The Center will house multidisciplinary teams of cancer specialists, including medical, surgical and radiation oncologists; oncology nurses; cancer care nurse navigators; oncology dietitians and social workers, who will all work together, side by side, and directly with patients. For the dedicated teams of caregivers, the Aquilino Cancer Center will create a place where they can more efficiently interact with their colleagues and work more proactively in their quest to better serve their patients. As part of the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center and the Great Seneca Science Corridor, physicians at the Aquilino Cancer Center will also be able to closely collaborate with local and national research organizations, and offer patients opportunities to participate in clinical trials and research projects. Every patient who walks through the Center's doors will have access to all the important services they need — the very best of care — delivered in a way that will make the cancer experience more manageable for the patient and the patient's family. “For the patient, our plan is to create a Center where they can walk in and have all of the services they need that completely takes care of them as they're fighting cancer,” said Jane Peck, the Executive Director of Cancer Care Services for Adventist HealthCare. “Not just their doctor's appointments and the clinical side of things, but also the supportive care that a cancer patient needs, whether that be through psycho-social support, nutritional support, fitness, all of those elements that are so important to a person when they're battling the disease.” The cancer journey takes both a physical and an emotional toll on patients. From a patient's perspective, having all the services they need under one roof makes life easier during a time that is stressful and taxing. The Center's breadth of services will transform the way cancer patients cope with and fight their disease.

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Looking Back

The Aquilino Cancer Center is the latest in a series of advancements planned by Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, as part of our mission to ensure that our friends and neighbors in our community have the best of care available right here where they need it most.

Before we look ahead to other current and future advancements, we wanted to share some of the important progress made in 2011 in programs and services at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. These initiatives are already making significant differences for our patients and their families and would not be possible without the generous support of our friends and partners in care. Additionally, we received several designations and awards throughout 2011; these achievements demonstrate our dedication to delivering the finest care possible to our community. 14

Cancer Care In 2011, the new Shady Grove Adventist Radiation Oncology Center opened in Germantown, Maryland. The center is the first facility in Germantown to offer radiation therapy. The center houses state-of-the-art radiation equipment using cone beam technology, one of the latest advances in cancer treatment. This important advancement is part of Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s commitment to expand access to vital services to residents of upper Montgomery County. Also in 2011, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital's Life Beyond Cancer program experienced significant growth. Since its inception, the goal of the program has been to ensure that a comprehensive complement of cancer care services is made available to members of our community. Last year, the program moved to an expanded office space and is currently housing a nurse navigation team that helps guide patients through their cancer journey. The National Comprehensive Cancer Network recommends the use of navigators to ensure patients receive the best care possible and understand and have access to an array of services that may be helpful to them — in essence, developing a customized treatment plan

that is based on the individual needs of each patient. The navigation team at Shady Grove includes four nurse navigators, an oncology social worker and an oncology dietitian. The team focuses on treating the whole person through expanded access to clinical, physical, spiritual and financial resources.

The Linear Accelerator, part of the state-of-the-art technology at the new Shady Grove Adventist Radiation Oncology Center, ensures precise targeting of tumors, sparing normal tissue from being affected by radiation.


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The newly expanded space is a unique setting that includes a patient/family conference room and resource library to support patient education and access to resources. Nutrition classes, support groups and complementary fitness activities have been made available to patients and their families throughout the course of the year. Additionally, a Healing Arts initiative was launched; studies have shown that exposure to the arts in health care helps to reduce stress and anxiety, decreases the need for pain medication, decreases blood pressure and reduces the duration of hospital stays. Currently, more than 1,000 newly diagnosed cancer patients (of the nearly 5,000 throughout Montgomery County) choose Shady Grove for their care and support programs each year. This number is expected to significantly increase with the opening of the Aquilino Cancer Center. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital's Cancer Program achieved accreditation with commendation by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons in 2011. It is among only

The daVinci SI Surgical System.

30 percent of U.S. hospitals to achieve this distinction, signifying the quality care provided to patients by Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s cancer care program.

Surgical Services In the summer of 2011, surgeons at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital began performing the latest level of minimally invasive surgery using leading-edge robotic technology, the da Vinci SI Surgical System. The system works by extending the physician’s eyes and hands, essentially allowing the surgeon to control a “robot” to perform highly precise, intricate procedures. The system is used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including bladder cancer, colorectal cancer, gynecologic cancer, endometriosis, kidney cancer, kidney disorders, lung cancer, weight loss, prostate cancer, throat cancer, thyroid cancer, uterine fibroids and uterine prolapse. The enhanced precision offered by the da Vinci system spares surrounding nerves, which benefits patient recovery by expediting the healing process.

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Looking Back

Cardiac and Vascular Care

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In the spring of 2011, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital achieved an important designation — it was named as one of the few cardiac interventional centers in the state of Maryland. The Maryland Institute of Emergency Medical Services and Systems (MIEMSS) awards this designation after careful review of qualifications and requirements and a lengthy and rigorous application process. This is a very prestigious designation, as EMS in Maryland can only take patients who are suspected of suffering a heart attack to hospitals who hold this title. Also in 2011, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital received three recognitions for quality cardiac care. These included: 2011 ACTION Registry-GWTG Gold Performance Achievement Award from the American College of Cardiology Foundation and the American Heart Association; the Mission Lifeline Silver Performance Achievement Award from the American Heart Association; and the Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (pPCI) waiver extension from the Maryland Health Care Commission. The ACTION Registry-GWTG Gold Performance Achievement Award recognizes hospitals throughout the country for consistent, outstanding care to heart attack patients and is the highest level achievable for this honor. The Mission Lifeline Award recognizes Shady Grove for its commitment and success in improving the survival and care for patients experiencing the most serious type of heart attack — a STEMI (ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction).

The extension of Primary PCI Waiver recognizes Shady Grove’s sustained excellence in performance of the life-saving emergency procedure known as pPCI, more commonly known as angioplasty.

These recognitions of Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s cardiac program are indicative of the dedication of the entire cardiac team at Shady Grove. Additionally, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital’s Vascular Laboratory achieved accreditations by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories (ICAVL) for its noninvasive vascular testing in the areas of carotid ultrasound and venous ultrasound. These accreditations, considered the industry “gold standard,” recognize Shady Grove’s delivery of quality care and testing to vascular patients. The Vascular Laboratory also achieved full re-accreditation from the American College of Radiology (ACR).

Neonatal Intensive Care Shady Grove Adventist Hospital was the only hospital in Maryland in 2011 to earn the Gold Medal award for quality care provided to critically ill newborns from the Maryland Patient Safety Center (MPSC) Neonatal Collaborative. Shady Grove’s neonatal team prides itself on instituting proactive protocols to advance the delivery of care to the community’s youngest and most vulnerable patients.


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Mother-Baby Care Shady Grove Adventist Hospital became the first hospital in Maryland in 2011 to receive the International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) Care Award. The international award recognizes the exceptional, comprehensive education and support the hospital’s clinical team provides to breastfeeding families. All lactation consultants in Shady Grove Adventist’s mother/baby unit are IBCLC nurses who specialize in clinical management of breastfeeding. The IBCLC credential is the only one globally-accepted for professional lactation services and requires a rigorous recertification process every five years.

EMR Technology Always with a goal of more efficient care, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and the entire Adventist HealthCare system instituted electronic medical records (EMR) technology in 2011, moving to an EMR system for all patients. Transition to the state-of-the-art clinical system involved years of planning and training. The system makes it easier for physicans and patients to keep track of their medical history and also helps physicians share helpful information with patients about their condition more easily and quickly.

EMR allows “anytime access” to physicians, so they may be able to consult critical patient records wherever they are, whenever they may need the information. Ultimately, this important advancement ensures that medical offices operate more efficiently, and enhances the quality of patient care. The move to the new EMR system is part of a commitment to “Care Excellence” — which includes plans to transform the standards of care delivery, enhance the patient experience, increase provider productivity and expand patient access to health information.

Diabetes Care In the United States, a total of 25.8 million children and adults — 8.3 percent of the total population — have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Shady Grove Adventist Hospital has made it a priority to address this ever-growing health epidemic. In 2011, we continued to step up efforts to offer a comprehensive program of outpatient diabetes education classes. Accredited by the American Association of Diabetes Educators, this program is designed to help those living with diabetes to better manage this life-long disease. Classes are taught by registered nurses and a registered dietitian, all of whom are Certified Diabetes Educators.

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Looking Ahead

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Cancer Care

Cardiac, Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Cancer care is of enormous importance to our community and is a major focus for Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, both today and into the future. We are working hard to integrate, coordinate and offer a comprehensive approach in the fight against cancer. The Aquilino Cancer Center will house the most advanced technologies for diagnosing and treating cancer, as well as critical services that help patients and families cope with a diagnosis of cancer. These support services will include: Cancer Care Navigation services, support groups, palliative care services, complementary health treatments, nutritional counseling and cooking classes, massage therapy and meditation, yoga classes and fitness activities, an education library, and pastoral care services. Our destination Cancer Center will focus on individual, coordinated, personalized care and a unique environmental experience for healing.

The Center for Fitness and Health at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, formerly the Cardiac Rehabilitation and EECP Center, reopened in a larger, updated space in early 2012.

The Aquilino Cancer Center will foster collaboration among medical, surgical and radiation oncologists; oncology nurses; nurse navigators; oncology dietitians; and social workers.

The new facility is needed to accommodate the 180 percent growth in patient visits from 2000 to 2011. The center is twice its original size — with its open layout, spacious gym, education spaces, new locker rooms and expanded waiting area — to benefit the traditional cardiac patients as well as those facing a

The Center for Fitness and Health's newly expanded space offers modern fitness equipment and programs for different fitness levels, as well as stress management programs and nutrition education.


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broader spectrum of diagnoses, including pulmonary and vascular conditions, diabetes and obesity. In the months ahead, The Center for Fitness and Health will continue to add classes and equipment to continue to meet the growing need for cardiac-focused healthcare programs in our community. An innovative new tool is beginning to ensure radiation safety for physicians and surgeons in Shady Grove Adventist Hospital's Cardiac, Vascular and Interventional Radiology (CVIR) Suite. The Zero Gravity Radiation Protection System is essentially a lead shield that is suspended from the ceiling and attaches to a physician with a special magnetized vest, affording protection and allowing the physician to move more freely during procedures requiring radiographic imaging. The new system will make a big difference in ongoing efforts to protect staff from radiation exposure.

A cardiologist using the Zero Gravity Radiation Protection System during surgery.

Ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the Center for Fitness and Health at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, formerly the Cardiac Rehabilitation Center.

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Evergreen Lounge The Evergreen Lounge at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital has been an important place of comfort and respite for families of patients in Pediatrics, the Intensive Care Unit, the Critical Care Unit and Cardiac, Vascular and Interventional Radiology. Called a “safe haven� for patient families during emotionally stressful times, the Lounge has been in need of renovation for many years. Plans are underway to complete the renovation, which began in the summer of 2011; these plans include completion of a new nourishment area, two private family consult rooms, fully renovated restrooms, new furniture, more natural lighting and two sleeper sofas for overnight guests. The renovation and rebirth of the Evergreen Lounge is of great importance to our community, because of the many families served by this core area of the hospital.

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The newly renovated Evergreen Lounge.


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Fundraising Milestones The purpose of the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation is to encourage the community to support the many services and programs necessary for the hospital to meet the healthcare needs of our community. From the very smallest to the largest, every single gift means the best of care is accessible and available to our families, our friends and our neighbors. Every dollar donated to the Foundation goes directly to the improvement of care.

The programs and services you have read about in this report have made and are continuing to make life-changing differences for our patients. In 2011, the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation transferred more than $1 million to the hospital and raised more than $2.3 million in new gifts and pledges. The 26th Annual Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Golf Classic netted $300,000 to benefit Cancer Care Services at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. The annual employee C.A.R.E. (Caring, Acting, Responding Employees) Campaign once again exceeded expectations, raising more than $120,000 for the expansion of Cancer Care Services at Shady Grove, including the Life Beyond Cancer program and the Aquilino Cancer Center. Additionally, Adventist Healthcare donated more than $27 million in charity care directly to our community in the form of Medicaid assessments, financial contributions, and community health services.

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Donor Recognition 21st Annual Donor Recognition Event

At the 2011 Donor Recognition Dinner for the President’s Circle of Friends, the Foundation honored outstanding members of our generous community:

2011 President’s Award – Outstanding Corporate/ Foundation Contribution EagleBank

2011 President’s Award – Outstanding Physician Contribution Advanced Pathology Associates

Previous Years’ Honorees:

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President’s Award – Outstanding Corporate/Foundation Contribution Loiederman Soltesz Associates (2010) Robert Truland and the Truland/Butz Foundations (2009) Lockheed Martin (2008) Healthcare Initiatives Foundation (2007) Whiting-Turner Construction Company (2006) W. M. Rickman Construction Company (2005) Foulger Pratt Development (2004) Cohen, Rutherford, Blum + Knight, P.C. (2003) President’s Award – Outstanding Physician Contribution Medical Emergency Professionals (2010) Associates in Radiation Medicine (2009) Cardiac Associates (2008) Simmonds & Simmonds, Chartered (2007) Shady Grove Radiological Consultants (2006) Neonatology Associates, P.C. (2005) First Colonies Anesthesia Group (2004)

2011 President’s Award – Lifetime Giving Conrad and Lois Aschenbach

Montgomery Emergency Physicians (2003) President’s Award – Outstanding Individual Contribution Michael Aquilino (2009) President’s Award – Lifetime Giving Marvin & JoAnne McIntyre (2010) Shady Grove Orthopaedics (2008) The Pettit Family Foundation (2007) Pat & Thiel Sullivan (2006) Marilyn M. & James D. Ward (2005) Kathleen (dec.) & Farid Srour (2004) Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Auxiliary (2003) Heritage Society Award Edna & Jerome Goldberg (2010) Constance & Roscoe Whipp (2007) Dorothy A. Farmer (2006) Alice C. & Milton F. Clogg (2005) Doris & Sydney Fishman (2004) Nancy Todd Ackerman (2003)

We are eternally grateful to our friends and partners in the community. Join the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation and your friends and neighbors to support our mission of delivering the best of care to our community. To donate online, kindly visit www.ShadyGroveAdventistHospital.com. If you would like to join our President’s Circle of Friends with a donation of $2,000 or more within the calendar year, please contact the Foundation office at 240.826.6570.

Thank you for your support!


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2011Donor List $100,000 - $499,999

$25,000 - $49,999

Amy & Michael Aquilino Medical Emergency Professionals

Conrad & Lois Aschenbach Joseph D. Byrd Foundation Alice C. & Milton F.* Clogg EagleBank Amy & Angelo Falcone Joanne & Peter Harrigan Kaiser Permanente Golf Event to Fight Diabetes Pettit Family Charitable Foundation W. M. Rickman Construction Co.

Joel Buzy, M.D. Michael Cetta, M.D. Peter Chen, M.D. William Dooley, M.D. Nicole Evancich, M.D. Angelo L. Falcone, M.D. Scott Freedman, M.D. David Friedman, M.D. Brett A. Gamma, M.D. Emily Gordon, M. D. Amit Kalaria, M D. Tamara Kile, D.O. David N. Klein, M.D. Thai S. McGreivy, M.D.* Patsy McNeil, M.D. James McQuiston, M.D. Leslie Mitchell, M.D. Jennifer Morcos, M.D. Julian Orenstein, M.D. Orlee Panitch, M.D. Erik Schobitz, M.D. Deborah Sherrill, M.D. Aaron Snyder, M.D. David G. Srour, M.D. Jonathan Wenk, M.D.

Farid Srour

$50,000 - $99,999 Cardiac Associates Alexander S. Asser, M.D. Sean C. Beinart, M.D. Michael R. Castine, M.D. Michael S. Chen, M.D. Randy Cohen, M.D. Gregory Fisher, M.D. Dennis Friedman, M.D. Robert Gold, M.D. Daniel J. Goldberg, M.D. D. Leonard Griffen, M.D. Thomas J. Odar, M.D. Eric S. Tannenbaum, M.D. Thomas H. Wang, M.D. Richard Weinstein, M.D. John M. Yackee, M.D.

Edna Goldberg** Lockheed Martin **Given Posthumously *Deceased

$10,000 - $24,999 Adventist HealthCare Advanced Pathology Associates Joel Barton, M.D. Joy Burbach, M.D. Nicolas Cacciabeve, M.D. Joshua Dee, M.D. Glenn Dickey, M.D.

The Butz Foundation & Family Cora & John H. Davis Foundation Dorothy A. Farmer** Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Goldberg Human Genome Sciences, Inc. Minkoff Development Corporation ParenteBeard Dr. Chitra & Mr. Doraiswamy Rajagopal Mr. & Mrs. Harrison Smith Sodexo Health Care Services Doug Scott Thompson The Truland Foundation & Family James Dudley Ward & Marilyn Mobley Ward George Wasserman Family Foundation

$5,000 - $9,999 The Acuity Company AGM Financial Services, Inc. America's Charities Anthelio Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Capital Women's Care

Cohen, Rutherford & Knight, P.C. Dart Group II Foundation, Inc. Richard E. and Nancy P. Marriott Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hansen Hughes Network Systems, LLC Kaiser Permanente Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. Loiederman Soltesz Associates, Inc. Mitchell P. Rales Family Foundation Our 365 Share More Shady Grove Adventist Hospital – Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Shady Grove Adventist Hospital – Medical & Affiliate Staff Jane Leigh Luce & Willam H. Smith Truland Systems Corporation Bernard Edwin Wills

$1,000 - $4,999 ADI Construction AECOM Technology Corporation Advanced Women's Care, Inc. Allscripts Mark & Judy Ammons Aronson Foundation Bard, Rao & Athanas Consulting Engineers, LLC Eula Beasley Bloom & Associates Mr. & Mrs. Abba J. Blum Louise Brissette-Chasin Broaddus & Associates Caren R Bromberg Carol & John Burke C. I. Design Cammack LaRhette Consulting Cerner Corporation Dr. & Mrs. Michael Cetta City of Gaithersburg Coakley Williams Construction Continuum Nursing Services

Pierce Cook Barbara Courtney Crest Cleaners Crothall Healthcare, Inc. Kathleen & Scott Dallas James G. Davis Construction Co. Isabel de la Puente Benito & Kari De Leon Bruce & Lori Dubinsky Duke Realty Etchison Charitable Trust First Colonies Anesthesia Associates, LLC Jeffrey Briggs, M.D. Thomas K. Chau, M.D. Dwayne Chen, M.D. Edward Chen, M.D. Jen W. Chen, M.D. William L. Chester, M.D. Melvin V. Coursey, M.D. Stuart Hough, M.D. David Hwang, M.D. Cynthia Kenol, M.D. Harkison A. Laheri, M.D Stephen D. Martin, M.D. Philip Owens, M.D. Paul Park, M.D. Kestutis Pauliukonis, M.D. Ramani Peruvemba, M.D. Clyde W. Pray, M.D. Marianne Ries, M.D. Gerald Scheinman, M.D. Nader E. Soliman, M.D. John A. Tam, M.D. Bernard W. Tsai, M.D. Paul S. Van Nice, M.D. Christopher Wahlgren, M.D. Aigin Yu, M.D.

Sydney Fishman Fitzgerald's Lakeforest ChryslerPlymouth, Inc. Steven & Terry Francis Abby Frimpong G Street Fabrics Gazette Newspapers-PostNewsweek Media, Inc. Genesis Security Systems, LLC Gilbane Building Company Lisa J. Gill

Shawn Gilson Mr. & Mrs. Herman Gohn Goodman-Gable-Gould Company Grace Care Dr. Judith A. Gurdian & Mr. David A. Royston Kris Hakanson June L. Harris John Herbert Enrico O. Hidalgo Mr. and Mrs. Leon Collins Howard University Southland Industries Inpatient Specialists Jude Alexander, M.D. Brian Carpenter, M.D.

Johnson Bernat Associates, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Jones Brian T. Kelleher Richard H. Kelly Kiewit Building Group Lewis Lacsamana Mr. & Mrs. Lyndell Lay Barbara & Berton Leach Mr. & Mrs. James G. Lee Cheryl Long James Lurie M&T Bank Man Tech International Corporation Manhattan Construction Company Nancy R. Markus, M.D. Maxim Staffing Solutions Melnick & Associates John Melnick, MD Priscilla Callahan-Lyon, M.D.

Sakina Mengle John Miklos Rachel & Howard Miller Elder Edward Motschiedler, D.Min. Nixon Uniform Service & Medical Wear OTJ Architects Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver

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Donors Josie & John Ogaitis PNC Bank Jill & Jeffrey Pargament Pediatrix of Maryland

Nana Adu-Amankwa, M.D. Sumita Asthana, M.D. Kisha Destin,M.D. Matthew Eig, M.D. Laura Gomez-Prosper, M.D. Jeffrey Greenwald, M.D. Dr. Kimberly Iafolla, M.D. Madhu Nigam, M.D. James Rost, M.D. Mike Sukumar, M.D. Edina Veszelovszky, M.D.

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Jeanne M. Pettit Randy L. Phillipp Power Solutions, Inc. Eileen & John Prinkey Pulte Homes Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute R & T Motorcycle Club Robins & Morton Rockville Lions Foundation, Inc. Ron Ruff Roofing, Inc. Ryan Floors SRC Contractors, Inc. Santos, Postal, & Company, P.C. Michael A. Sauri, M.D. Scheer Partners, Inc. Scott Long Construction Siemens Medical Solutions Skanska USA Bldg, Inc. Lorraine & Julian Sparrow Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Steele Pat & Thiel Sullivan Systems Engineering Services Corporation Tammie's Bees The Outsource Group The Walker Group Turner Construction Company United Investors Management Corp. University of Maryland Rhodora R. & David D. Vaflor Rob Vandeman

R.G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP Hirschel, Savitz, Parker & Hollman, P.A.and Village Settlements, Inc. Lorna Vitangcol-Tanasan Ward & Klein, Chartered Warner Construction Consultants, Inc. Constance Whipp Willard Packaging Co., Inc. Wilmot Sanz Architects Drs. Mei-Ling Chen and James Yan Deborah A. Yancer Becky Young Ziegler

$500 - $999 Ambulatory Care Associates Michael Joseph Aquilino Robert Barry W. Barry Basen, M.D. Renu Berry, M.D. Robin & Bruce Bortnick, M.D. Jonathan Bowles, M.D. Archibald R. Bright Michele Burkhammer Velma E. Casanova, M.D. Lou Chacon Carol Chandler Community Realty Kerry Cross P J Dick, Inc. Ginny Dowski Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Duffy Energy Federal Credit Union Zahide Erkmen, M.D. Tom & Kathleen Farasy David B. Fishman Gaithersburg Equipment Co. Trish Gallagher Gimmel, Weiman, Ersek & Blomberg, P.A. HBW Group Dorothy M. Hatley Kellie J. Hawkins

William Hemphill Kimberly Howes Robert & Sheryl Isaacs Monty & Gigi Jacobs Dorine R. Jennings Jones Lang LaSalle Kurt J. Leithauser, M.D. Leo A Daly Cel & Mike Manganaro Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Matt & Melanie, Inc. Talia & Frank Mauck Ellen McCrorie Ann McDade McGinn Investment Management Medical Park General Partnership Mr. Arden Baker Richard Katon, M.D.

Medical Plaza II, LP Mended Hearts Chapter 94 of the National Capital Area Nancy Moore John Nazzaro Dan O'Grady Laura F. Parker Catherine I. Pharis Mr. & Mrs. Peter H. Plamondon, Jr. ProMark Real Estate Services RMJ Development Group, LLC Swaroop G. Rao, M.D., Ph.D. Robert A. Rice Jeffrey Rich, M.D. David J. Rothfeld, M.D. Sachs Capital Dr. & Mrs. Sameer Samtani Shady Grove Radiological Consultants, PA. W. Barry Basen, M.D. Bruce J. Bortnick, M .D. Jonathan Bowles, M.D. Scott C. Buckner, M.D. Velma E. Casanova, M.D. Allyn M. Cohen, M.D. Zahide Erkmen, M.D. Robert S. Isaacs, M.D. Holly Korsvik,M.D.

Denise Kramer, M.D. Kurt H. Leithauser, M.D. Jeffrey I. Rich, M.D. David Rothfeld, M.D. Sameer Samtani, M.D.

Lyndan Simpson Spacesaver Systems, Inc. Maryann Stevens Tazz Construction Jewel & Gilmore Thompson Triad Isotopes Vanguard Realty Group Vehicles for Change, Inc. Pamela Vesper Greater Washington Maternal Fetal Medicine and Genetics Kristin Wise Kathryn & Eric Zimmerman

$250 - $499 Esther Allotey-Taylor N. Atkins Barbara Barrueta Chaye Bini Steve Boyle Sherrie & Brian Burkholder John P. Clark, Jr. Shelia E. Coleman Bob Conley Darlene M. DeFrehn Kathy Walker Dickerson Nancy T. Do EMJAY Engineering & Constucting Co., Inc. Melissa Esposito, M.D. Eugene M. Sullivan, M.D. Foundation Robert M. Galkin Deborah Glascock Mr. Peter M. Grysavage Kathryn Hanson William Hasfurther Wendy Honchel International Foundation for Electoral System Calvert Investments

Claudia Jaquez Salvadora Juarez KBE Building Corp. Barbara Kallish Matthew Keats Michael Kedda Pauline Kiamos Eun Hye Lee Pam & Robert Leedy Cynthia A. MacMaster Mary Magliaro Hesham & Madlin Mahdawi Manekin Construction, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Miller, Jr. Timothy S. Miller Bruce Mowery Nick's Chophouse Larry E. Paul Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pegram Jennifer Plaia Ann P. Potteiger Laura Previte Gerald Rawls Rodgers Consulting Mario E. Ruiz Celeste Scott Perla Scott Kathleen Socha Katherine Swecker L. Brian Tommer Debra & Thomas Truxillo Lisa C. Usher Mr. & Mrs. Steven D. Ward Alfons Weber Mr. & Mrs. Norman T. Weissberg Pamela Woynicz Katy Young

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Antonina Amigable, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. Dale A. Ashdown Dr. Ellen & Mr. Arden Baker Carol W. Barker Mr. & Mrs. William Isley Barnes Karen Maier Becker Ira A. Benzion Bruce Bershtein Wei Bi and Zhou Wang Lewis Birnbaum Loryn K. Blum Paul M. Boyland James A. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Theodor Brown Leo Bruso Rodney S. Bullard Mr. & Mrs. John G. Bunch Mr. & Mrs. William S. Burak Margaret Burrous Sandra Jean Carlin Shamita Chakraborty Rolanda Valerie Chalmers Bertha L. Chen Chiehsan Cheng Ying Cheng Bob Chernak Li-Yun Chien Rosemary Chisarick Opper Chiweshe-Mutetwa Debra G. Chucran The Clark Construction Group, LLC Nancy K. & Rory S. Coakley Judith Coates Mr. & Mrs. Bradley Cohen Murray A. Cohen Euett Coley John M. Connelly Larry Cooper Luz Correa, M.D. Michael R. Courbron Valinda A. Dattilio Bradford A. Deel Daniel Demeria Lisa Denison Mortimer Dittenhofer Brian Donohue

Gail & David Driskill Margaret DuFour Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan C. Duffie Michele Duron Dayna R. Edwards Frank U. Egbue Mr. & Mrs. Sam Elrod Kristina Falatko John B. Driscoll & Family Lisa M. Feingersh Laura & Irwin Feuerstein Jim Finder Billy Fischer Brian Flanagan Laura Fletcher Cristina Delcarmen Flores Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Footer Cecilia Fox Henry Frain Anice Freeman Gerald Frick Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Friedman Nicole Fuller Mirian Garcia Patricia K. & H. Thomas George Mr. & Mrs. David E. Gilsinn Fred M. Goines Mark S. Goldstein James Farrelly & Anne Goodman Maghal Mathilda Gorre-Ndiaye Alan Gottleib Eugene Granof Thomas Grant Bernard Greenbaum Laura Greenzaid Jonathan Grover John Guckert Gladys Guerra Christina M. Gurchik Erdal Gursel Mr. & Mrs. George C. Kung Gregory G. Habeeb Kendra Hall Carole & Henry Haller Joshua Harris Peter Harvey Mr. & Mrs. John R. Hastings

Susan Heitmuller Mr. & Mrs. Israel Heller Rosa B. Hernandez Helen Zue Ho Giles D. Hopkins II Katherine Huber Daniel W. Hynes JAL Associates of DC, Inc. Howard Jacobson Senorina Jimenez Jin A. Jin Lewis Johnston Dennis M. Kamber Ralph Kantrowitz Dr. & Mrs. Harvey Kaplan Anna Kaplunovich Albert Katoski Stella Kim Benson Klein Bernard Klein David J. Kosc John R. Krouse Lou & Judy Kuntz Mr. & Mrs. Gary Kushner Tops Fitness, LLC Helen Elizabeth Lanes Sheau-eng Lau Florence Lee George Lees Dr. Robert A. Leyton Chienhsun Li Erica L. Liebelt Annabel Liu C.Y. & S.D. Liu Nicholas Lopes Dr. & Mrs. Attila Lorincz Mrs. Jean H. Mann Gustavo Matheus, Esq., LLC Alastair McArthur Albert McCracken Caleb McFarlane Michael James McGinty Beverly A. McKesey M. Pauline Mead Philip Meadows Jennifer Mendizabal Agnes Garcia Raken Modi

Mr. & Mrs. Wendell C. Mohr Amador Mondejar Doug & Amy Morris Evelyn Diane Moxley Shankar Murthy Robert Nelson Rick T. Norwood Kusi Y. O'Hemeng Dr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Oaks, Jr. Oracle Trancription, Inc. Bhupinder and Gurinder Singh Parhar William Frederick Peel, III Marcos Pesquera Jeanne Marie Pettit Rocio Pineda Beletshachew C. Pisaltis Cheryl L. Pohlman Brent Polkes Adrian Poston Marie H. Priest Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Prosswimmer, Jr. Amber Richter Joe Robinson Diann J. Rodgers Mary A. Roof Carol Rose Mr. & Mrs. Marc J. Rose Rachelle Roth Robert Rubenstein Mario A. Ruiz Daniel Ruttenberg Andrew Sachs Luz & Jaime Sahagun Jay H. Salkin Terrence Sams Jeff Sauder Kathleen M. & James E. Savitz Ann T. Scafide Anne E. Schrantz Caroline Semmler Amy Shapiro Gail M. and William R. Shults Robert Silva Robert A. Silverman Emily D. Simone

Elaine Smith Joseph C. Smith Ronald Smith Artha Jean Snyder Richard Sorrell Standard Textile Company, Inc. Glenn Steinhandler Mark Sucher Shelly L. Suddith James A Swink Rose & Marvin N. Tabb Melina Talavera Hour Tan Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Tang Debra Tash Larry Tash Betty Tate Dorinda Thomason Karn Mr. & Mrs. Clayton H. Timken Diana Tootill Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Traettino Minh & Huong Tran Peggy Tran Diana McFadden Troese Lily Chen & Chi Kung Tsao United Way of the National Capital Area Hendrik Willam Van de poll Elizabeth Vandermause Florence R. Vorron Bill Wainger Julia & Milton Walker Mr. & Mrs. Linus E. Wallgren Mr. & Mrs. Warren Mack Wells, Jr. Bruce C. Winston Teresa & James Witt Washington Workplace Margaret S. Wu ZGMI Agent for Potomac Place Kathleen M. Zarrella

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Donors 2011 Cumulative Giving

Thank you for the significant commitments of our donors who have given a cumulative total of $25,000 or more to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital.

$1,000,000+ Estate of Nancy Todd Ackerman Amy & Michael Aquilino First Colonies Anesthesia Associates, LLC Edna A. Goldberg** Healthcare Initiative Foundation Medical Emergency Professionals

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Joel Buzy, M.D. Michael Cetta, M.D. Peter Chen, M.D. William Dooley, M.D. Nicole Evancich, M.D. Angelo L. Falcone, M.D. Scott Freedman, M.D. David Friedman, M.D. Brett A. Gamma, M.D. Emily Gordon, M. D. Amit Kalaria, M D. Tamara Kile, D.O. David N. Klein, M.D. Thai S. McGreivy, M.D.* Patsy McNeil, M.D. James McQuiston, M.D. Leslie Mitchell, M.D. Jennifer Morcos, M.D. Julian Orenstein, M.D. Orlee Panitch, M.D. Erik Schobitz, M.D. Deborah Sherrill, M.D. Aaron Snyder, M.D. David G. Srour, M.D. Jonathan Wenk, M.D.

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Auxiliary Shady Grove Radiological Consultants, PA. W. Barry Basen, M.D. Renu Berry, M.D. Bruce J. Bortnick, M .D. Jonathan Bowles, M.D. Velma E. Casanova, M.D. Zahide Erkmen, M.D.

Robert S. Isaacs, M.D. Sonya G. Kella, M.D. Jeffrey I. Rich, M.D. David Rothfeld, M.D. Sameer Samtani, M.D. Alex M. Wurm, M.D.

Farid Srour

$500,000 -$999,999 Conrad & Lois Aschenbach Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Medical & Affiliate Staff The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.

$250,000 - $499,999 Associates in Radiation Medicine James D. Bridges, M.D. Catherine L. Salem, M.D. Anu Singh, M.D.

The Butz Foundation & Family The Truland Foundation & Family Cardiac Associates, P.C. Alexander S. Asser, M.D. Sean C. Beinart, M.D. Michael R. Castine, M.D. Michael S. Chen, M.D. Randy Cohen, M.D. Gregory Fisher, M.D. Dennis Friedman, M.D. Robert Gold, M.D. Daniel J. Goldberg, M.D. D. Leonard Griffen, M.D. Thomas J. Odar, M.D. Eric S. Tannenbaum, M.D. Thomas H. Wang, M.D. Richard Weinstein, M.D. John M. Yackee, M.D.

Columbia Union Conference of Seventh Day Adventist Lockheed Martin Corporation Pediatrix of Maryland Nana Adu-Amankwa, M.D. Arlene Boykin, M.D. Kisha Destin,M.D. Laura Gomez-Prosper, M.D. Dr. Kimberly Iafolla, M.D. Madhu Nigam, M.D. James Rost, M.D. Mike Sukumar, M.D. Edina Veszelovszky, M.D.

Pettit Family Charitable Foundation W. M. Rickman Construction Co. Simmonds, Helmbrecht & Martin, Chartered Albert C. Simmonds, IV, M.D. Cara Simmonds, M.D. Wayne Bernstein, M.D. Kalpana Helmbrecht, M.D. Thomas Martin, M.D.

James Dudley Ward & Marilyn Mobley Ward

$100,000 - $249,999 Advanced Pathology Associates Joel Barton, M.D. Joy Burbach, M.D. Nicolas Cacciabeve, M.D. Joshua Dee, M.D. Glenn Dickey, M.D. Summer Nugent, M.D.

Associated Emergency Physicians, Chtr. Bank of America Corporation Bechtel Group Foundation Joseph D. Byrd Foundation Clark Winchole Foundation Alice C. & Milton F.* Clogg Cohen, Rutherford & Knight, P.C. Cora & John H. Davis Foundation EagleBank Foundation Doris B.* & Sydney Fishman Foulger-Pratt Companies Joanne & Peter Harrigan Horizon Surgical Group Robert L. Fox, M.D. Shan-e-Ali Haider, M.D Richard A. Silva, M.D. Michael D. Sulkin, M.D.

Inpatient Specialists Jude Alexander, M.D. Brian Carpenter, M.D.

Rebecca & Richard Kay Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. M&T Bank The J. Willard & Alice S. Marriott Foundation Philanthropic Service for Institutions

Roberts Oxygen Company, Inc.\Roberts Home Medical Shady Grove Adventist Hospital — Department of Pediatrics Shady Grove Orthopedic Associates, PA R. Marshall Ackerman, M.D. Andrew W. Bender, M.D. Brett J. Hampton, M.D. Craig A. Miller, M.D. Mark A. Peterson, M.D. Brett R. Quigley, M.D. Steven L. Tuck, M.D. Jeffrey F. Witte, M.D.

Truland Systems Corporation Wachovia Corporation Estate of Mohammed H. Zanboorie

$50,000 - $99,999 Adventist HealthCare, Inc. Jack Alfandre, Jr. Avon Foundation Breast Care Fund The Bower Partnership, Inc. City of Gaithersburg Dynalectric Company Etchison Charitable Trust Gaithersburg Critical Care Partners Theodore Igwebe, M.D. Safy John, M.D. Ajit Kuruvilla, M.D. Vikramaditya Reddy, M.D.

Hughes Network Systems, LLC Kaiser Permanente Golf Event to Fight Diabetes Eugene I. Kane Foundation The Kentland Foundation, Inc. Peter & Kira Kibler Life Technologies, Inc. Allison & Steven Lockshin Loiederman Soltesz Associates, Inc. Mary and Daniel Loughran Foundation,Inc. The Aris & Marianne Mardirossian Charitable Foundation M&T Bank Marvin & JoAnne McIntyre Wayne L. Meyer, M.D.

Miller & Schroeder Financial, Inc. Minkoff Development Corporation Our 365 Share More Jill & Jeffrey Pargament Pediatric Inpatient Associates PNC Bank Estate of Alma P. Ring Della & William G. Robertson Sandy Spring Bank Sodexo Health Care Services Pat & Thiel Sullivan Stuart B. Taylor United Healthcare Hirschel, Savitz, Parker & Hollman, P.A. & Village Settlements, Inc. Paulette & Larry Walker Constance Whipp Willco Companies Wilmot Sanz Architects

$25,000 - $49,999 All American Ambulance Anthelio Healthcare Solutions, Inc. Armstrong, Donohue,Ceppos & Vaughan Chtd. Associates in Oncology Hematology, P.C. Manish Agrawal, M.D. James A. Brown, M.D. Nicholas Farrell, M.D. Joseph M. Haggerty, M.D. George A. Sotos, M.D. Paul M. Thambi, M.D. John M. Wallmark, M.D.

BAE Systems Gaithersburg Operation Willcox K. Bailey Dr. & Mrs. Joel H. Barton Bender Foundation, Inc. Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Inc. Bryan & Carole Breckenridge Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Buczek J. W. Burbach, M.D. Cammack LaRhette Consulting Richard & Sherry Carson Cory & Joyce Chambers William L. Chester, M.D.


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The Clark Construction Group, LLC Crosby Marketing Communications Crothall Healthcare, Inc. Edward M. Crough Dart Group II Foundation, Inc. Ernst & Young Essroc Cement Corp. Amy & Angelo Falcone Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #3509 Gaithersburg Rotary Club Gazette Newspapers-PostNewsweek Media, Inc. GEICO Philanthropic Foundation Genesis Security Systems, LLC Dr. & Mrs. Daniel Goldberg Dr. Seth & Mrs. Arlene Goldberg Norris C. Hekimian* Holland & Knight, LLP King Automotive Group The Annette M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Malm Marquette Electronics Richard E. and Nancy P. Marriott Foundation Mellon Financial Corporation National Race For The Cure Otsuka America Pharmaceutical ParenteBeard C. M. Parker & Co., Inc. Edmund R. & Barbara L. Peters Jeanne M. Pettit Piper & Marbury The Potomac Hunt Club, Inc. Mrs. Robert A. Pumphrey, Sr. Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute Dr. Chitra & Mr. Doraiswamy Rajagopal Michael J. Rappaport Beverly H. Rogers, M.D. Ruppert Landscape Jane Leigh Luce & Willam H. Smith Tazz Construction J.A. Thomas & Associates

The TMZ Corporation Turner Construction Company Vanguard Realty Group Ward & Klein, Chartered Mrs. Shirley Weinschel George Weinschel Willard Packaging Co., Inc. Winchester Homes, Inc. Deborah A. Yancer Erik B. Young, M.D.

DECA The donors listed below have made a gift to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital every year for the last ten or more years. We thank them for their dedicated support. Deanna L. Aghguiguian Rosemary S. Anderson Bella Barrientos Mr. & Mrs. Philip G. Berman Patricia Bodine Mr. & Mrs. John W. Boretos Louise Brissette-Chasin Patty Burr Cammack LaRhette Consulting Lynda Chakalis Carol Chandler Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Chisarick Josephine R. Cimino City of Gaithersburg Cohen, Rutherford & Knight, P.C. Bob Conley Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Couchman Kerry Cross Kathleen & Scott Dallas Cora & John H. Davis Foundation Darlene M. DeFrehn Dr. & Mrs. William S. Driscoll Gail & David Driskill EagleBank Helen C. Easton Dr. & Mrs. Roy L. Eskow Etchison Charitable Trust

Dorothy A. Farmer* Debra Foshee and Chris Witt Catherine M. Frasier Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Friedman Gazette Newspapers-PostNewsweek Media, Inc. Constance S. Geerhart Mr. & Mrs. David E. Gilsinn Claudette Grant Mr. Peter M. Grysavage Mary Ellen Haddad Dr. & Mrs. Cyril Hardy Mr. & Mrs. John R. Hastings Norris C. Hekimian John Herbert Marie Anne M. Hewitt Linda M. Hirsch Agnes W. Holloway Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Huband IBM International Foundation Hussain Tarik Imam Jane Leigh Luce & William H. Smith Mrs. Betty Isis & Mr. George Marshall Senorina Jimenez Mr. & Mrs. James Keady Pauline Kiamos Rose A. Koerber Judith Vander Sys Lapara Barbara & Berton Leach Pam & Robert Leedy Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. Judy Lichty-Hess Local Independent Charities Lockheed Martin Marie Martins Medical Emergency Professionals Joel Buzy, M.D. Michael Cetta, M.D. Peter Chen, M.D. William Dooley, M.D. Nicole Evancich, M.D. Angelo L. Falcone, M.D. Scott Freedman, M.D. David Friedman, M.D. Brett A. Gamma, M.D. Emily Gordon, M. D.

Amit Kalaria, M D. Tamara Kile, D.O. David N. Klein, M.D. Thai S. McGreivy, M.D.* Patsy McNeil, M.D. James McQuiston, M.D. Leslie Mitchell, M.D. Jennifer Morcos, M.D. Julian Orenstein, M.D. Orlee Panitch, M.D. Erik Schobitz, M.D. Deborah Sherrill, M.D. Aaron Snyder, M.D. David G. Srour, M.D. Jonathan Wenk, M.D.

Melnick & Associates John Melnick, MD Priscilla Callahan-Lyon, M.D.

Nancy & James Moore Elder Edward Motschiedler, D.Min. The Cheryl Mumper Family Shelia Myers Mr. & Mrs. William M. Pitts PNC Bank Ann P. Potteiger Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute Swaroop G. Rao, M.D., Ph.D. Roberts Oxygen Company, Inc. Roberts Home Medical Mary Savage Brian Scharf Mr. & Mrs. William Schlossenberg Shady Grove Orthopaedic Associates, PA Shady Grove Radiological Consultants, PA. W. Barry Basen, M.D. Bruce J. Bortnick, M .D. Jonathan Bowles, M.D. Scott C. Buckner, M.D. Velma E. Casanova, M.D. Allyn M. Cohen, M.D. Zahide Erkmen, M.D. Robert S. Isaacs, M.D. Holly Korsvik,M.D. Denise Kramer, M.D. Kurt H. Leithauser, M.D. Jeffrey I. Rich, M.D. David Rothfeld, M.D. Sameer Samtani, M.D.

Sheila K. Shalleck Mr. Yu-Kuang Teng and Ms. Lindsey Lien Shang Clara L. Shipe Jo Ann Shum Sodexo Health Care Services Lorraine & Julian Sparrow The Spirer Family-Robyn, Lee, Jake & Max Farid Srour Standard Textile Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. E. Keith Steele Mr. & Mrs. Seth M. Steinberg Maryann Stevens Pat & Thiel Sullivan James A Swink Mr. & Mrs. Jack J. Talamo Mr. & Mrs. Ram Lal Taneja Jewel & Gilmore Thompson Debra & Thomas Truxillo Vanguard Realty Group Indar Varma Hirschel, Savitz, Parker & Hollman, P.A. & Village Settlements, Inc. Paulette & Larry Walker Ward & Klein, Chartered James Dudley Ward & Marilyn Mobley Ward Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Weber Constance Whipp The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. Willard Packaging Co., Inc. Teresa & James Witt Rachel Wong-Li Becky Young Kathryn & Eric Zimmerman A Special Thank You to our Anonymous Donors

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Adventist HealthCare Healthy Community Impact Fund Taking Care of Our Whole Community. The Healthy Community Impact Fund (HCIF) is an annual giving program that provides donors with an opportunity to impact all of the hospitals and healthcare programs of Adventist HealthCare, including Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, with one comprehensive gift. Adventist HealthCare programs and services include a broad range of areas, including oncology, heart/cardiac care, rehabilitative care, behavioral health, and children and family services. In 2011, the HCIF raised over $370,000, of which Shady Grove Adventist Hospital received a portion. We thank the following members for their generosity.

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2011 Partners $1,000 or more Adventist HealthCare Support Center Employees Anonymous Anthelio HealthCare Solutions Terri Bennett Boone & Crockett, LLC Cammack LaRhette Consultants Cerner Thomas T. Chan DECO Recovery Management Ken DeStefano Kathleen Dyer Maureen Dymond Melvin Eisele Energy Federal Credit Union David Fontaine

Terry Forde Lourdes Frigillana Ismael Gama Genesis Security Systems, LLC Tom Grant Louisa Hollman Special Events Hughes Network Systems James Lee Lerch, Early & Brewer, Chtd. Judy Lichty James Litsinger M&T Bank Gustavo Matheus, Esq. Medical Account Management, Inc — Bloom Associates Gene Milton

Ober-Kaler Office Depot ParenteBeard Jane Peck Quest Laboratories Kevin and Savitri Raghubir William “Bill” G. and Della Robertson Sam's Club Foundation Skanska Turner Construction The Walker Group Barbette Weimer‐Elder Robert Wells Paula S. Widerlite Teresa Witt

For additional information about the Healthy Community Impact Fund, please contact Teresa Witt at 301.315.3313.


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Ways to Give

As a not-for-profit organization, Shady Grove Adventist Hospital directly applies every donation to caring for patients and delivering critical services throughout the community. The hundreds of gifts received each year help ensure that our hospital continues to provide the best facilities, treatments and clinical care.

There are many ways to give.

the designated number of years, it can be possible to transfer assets to your heirs while paying little or no gift or estate tax.

Contribute Online You can choose the amount and also the designation at any time by going to www.ShadyGroveAdventistHospital.com.

Gifts of Appreciated Property Those who enjoy making charitable gifts are pleased to learn that when appreciated property that has been held for more than 12 months (i.e., stocks, bonds, mutual funds, real estate) is donated, an income tax deduction is generally allowed based on the current value of the property rather than just its cost. This may provide greater tax benefits than a cash donation.

Bequests Cash, securities, real estate, or personal property can all be given to charity through your will. By naming the hospital as a charitable beneficiary of your estate, you’ll become a member of our Heritage Society. Call and we will help you make arrangements.

Charitable Gift Annuity In giving, you will be receiving, for life! This is an opportunity to make a charitable gift to support Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and receive fixed annual payments for life. The payment amount is based on the age(s) of the payment recipient(s). The older the recipient(s), the larger the payments.

Charitable Lead Trust A charitable lead trust can be created to provide income for a charity, such as Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, for a designated period of time (typically, 10 to 15 years). At the end of

The President’s Circle of Friends This membership club includes esteemed individuals and businesses who donate an outright gift of $2,000 or more to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in a calendar year.

Commemorative Gifts These gifts honor or are given in memory of a person important to you.

Matching Gifts Many companies offer a matching gift program to their employees as a benefit. The company matches the employee’s donations to charitable organizations, such as Shady Grove Adventist Hospital.

Vehicle Donation Our Vehicle Donation Program is a free and convenient service for converting an extra car, truck or RV into a tax-deductible donation that benefits the hospital.

Volunteering Shady Grove Adventist Hospital seeks volunteers to help us provide our community with the best of care. Call 240.826.6111 for more information.

Workplace Contributions Shady Grove Adventist Hospital participates in the Combined Federal Campaign of the National Capital Area and the United Way workplace campaigns.

Additional gift options include Appreciated Assets, Cash, Named Funds, and even your own gift idea. If you’d like to make a contribution or would like to learn more about giving opportunities, please call us. For information, contact the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation at 240.826.6570 or visit www.ShadyGroveAdventistHospital.com.

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Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

Foundation

For more than thirty years, the sole purpose of the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation has been to raise funds to support the many programs and services that Shady Grove Adventist Hospital offers to our community. The funds raised by the Foundation are transferred directly to the hospital to purchase essential equipment and support important initiatives. The Foundation is committed to the advancement of Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and its mission to provide healthcare excellence to the community we serve.

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William H. Smith

Abby Frimpong

Cel Manganaro

Kimberly Howes

Michele Duron

Chief Development Officer

Major Gifts Officer

Development Specialist II

Development Specialist II

Executive Assistant


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Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation

Board of Trustees

David A. Srour, M.D. President

Jeanne M. Pettit Immediate Past President

Michael Rand Vice President

Andrew Bridge Treasurer

Vice President, Medical Emergency Professionals

Owner, Pettit Homes, LLC

Partner NNR Architects, LLC

Senior Vice President, Business Development Sales Manager EagleBank

William H. Smith Secretary, Chief Development Officer

Robert Harris Executive Committee Member-at-Large

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation

Lerch, Early & Brewer

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Henry Bernstein

Dennis Hansen Executive Committee President

Dan Cochran Executive Committee Chief Financial Officer

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

Jason Klein

Madhu Nigam, M.D.

Marc J. Rose

Principal The Walker Group

Staff Neonatologist SGAH/Pediatrix of Maryland

Vice President Continuum Group

Senior Vice President Scheer Partners

Ann W. Black, LUTCF, CFP Daniel Goldberg, M.D. Investment Advisor The Washington Group

Joel Greenzaid

Cardiac Associates, P.C.

President, CEO G Street Fabrics

Emily Simone

John Sporidis

Farid Srour

Dir., Global Community Outreach Lockheed Martin

Managing Principal Vanderweil Engineers

Owner F.S. Peoples Realty Company


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Shady Grove Adventist Hospital

Executive Team 32 Dennis Hansen

Dan Cochran

Skip Margot

President

Chief Financial Officer

Vice President of Patient Care Services & Chief Nurse Executive

Eunmee Shim

William H. Smith

Rhodora Vaflor

Vice President of Operations

Chief Development Officer Foundation

Associate Vice President Quality & Medical Staff Services


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Mission

We demonstrate God’s care by improving the health of people and communities through a ministry of physical, mental and spiritual healing.

Values Respect:

We recognize the infinite worth of the individual and care for each one of us as a whole person.

Integrity:

We are above reproach in everything we do.

Service: We provide compassionate and attentive care in a manner that inspires confidence.

Excellence: We provide world class clinical outcomes in an environment that is safe for our patients and caregivers.

Stewardship: We take personal responsibility for the efficient and effective accomplishment of our mission.

For more information on how to support Shady Grove Adventist Hospital, please contact the Foundation office at 240.826.6570 or visit www.ShadyGroveAdventistHospital.com.


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Emergency Center Shady Grove Adventist Hospital 9901 Medical Center Drive Rockville, MD 20850 www.ShadyGroveAdventistHospital.com

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation 14955 Shady Grove Road, Suite 165 Rockville, MD 20850

Shady Grove Adventist Emergency Center 19731 Germantown Road Germantown, MD 20874


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