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A Year in Review 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

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A Letter from the AMC Leadership

Dear Friends and Supporters, The Animal Medical Center had a busy and noteworthy year in 2019. This was due not only to the continuing rise in the number of patients utilizing our specialty services — we recorded over 56,000 patient visits to our Elmer and Mamdouha Bobst Hospital – but because we strengthened our management team, enhanced our clinical staff, and officially launched the public phase of our $70 million Gift of Love capital campaign. We took these steps to ensure AMC’s continued ability to remain a leading force in the world of veterinary medicine, especially as demand for our services continues to grow. This annual report recounts our activities throughout this past year. We are grateful for the philanthropic support of donors who understand the importance of AMC’s mission—education, research, and the provision of charitable clinical care to those in financial need—and who enable us to accomplish so much. The support of our donors enabled us to offer more than $3 million in charity care in 2019, $1.7 million of which was provided in subsidized care through our 11 charitable Community Funds. Our internship and residency programs continued to offer advanced specialty training to the most highly qualified graduates of the country’s leading veterinary schools. Our doctors conducted numerous investigations of naturally occurring diseases in pets, often in collaboration with physicians studying the same illness in humans. And our Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education expanded its programming to secure its role as the leading provider of pet health information.


Thanks to our donors, we also made great strides toward our goal of raising $70 million for our Gift of Love capital campaign. This project will fund an 11,000-square-foot expansion of AMC’s hospital building and the renovation of 26,000 square feet of our existing clinical and client space. Our goal is to enhance AMC’s ability to provide the best possible care and treatment for companion animals, while opening new possibilities for cutting-edge research and creating an optimal environment for our residency and internship programs. We officially launched the public phase of this transformational campaign on October 22, 2019, and while we have received an overwhelmingly positive response from many generous donors, the campaign is ongoing. We encourage you to learn about these activities, and more, as you read through this annual report. On behalf of the Board of Trustees and staff of AMC, we offer our sincere thanks to our partners and supporters for making it all possible. With gratitude,

Robert Liberman Chairman

Kate Coyne President and Chief Executive Officer

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Board of Trustees*

OFFICERS

MEMBERS

HONORARY TRUSTEES

Mr. Robert Liberman Chairman

Mrs. William Acquavella

Dr. Henry Kaufman

Gabrielle Armand

Edith McBean

Mrs. Edwin M. Burke

Mrs. William Pitt

Moya Coulson

Mr. Langhorne Reid, II

Kathryn W. Coyne President and Chief Executive Officer Mrs. Kenneth Langone Vice Chairman Katharine Johnson Rayner Vice Chairman Mr. David B. Ford Treasurer Mrs. David T Schiff Secretary

Mr. Bruce Crawford William D. DeHoff, DVM Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul Tina Santi Flaherty Hal L. Folander, M.D. Brooke Garden Laura Garner Alexandra C. Goelet Michael Heaner Jane R. Horvitz Mrs. Henry Kissinger Sharon Amsterdam Koplin Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl Professor Iris C. Love† Marianne C. Mebane Elizabeth W.Y. Moore Bernadette Peters Alan H. Rebar, DVM, Ph.D. Mrs. Oscar de la Renta Elizabeth Gore Ross Jeanne Sorensen Siegel* Ann R. Tisch Eva Colin Usdan Mrs. Janet B. York

*AMC Board as of January 2020 †Deceased

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Our Hospital

Founded in 1910, the Animal Medical Center (AMC) is a non-profit academic veterinary hospital dedicated to providing compassionate and collaborative care to animals and to leading the advancement of veterinary medicine through clinical research and education. AMC has a staff of 461, including 119 veterinarians, whose combined expertise covers more than 20 specialties and services. Housed in the Elmer and Mamdouha Bobst Hospital on East 62nd Street in New York City and open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, AMC is the largest and busiest veterinary hospital in the United States, with an extraordinary volume and diversity of medical cases. In 2019, the Animal Medical Center recorded 56,117 patient visits, a 3.3% increase over the prior year. 2019 brought some important staffing changes to AMC, including the appointment of Dr. Katherine Quesenberry, DVM, MPH, DABVP (Avian), as Chief Medical Officer and Neil M. McCarthy as Chief Administrative Officer. Dr. Quesenberry brings more than three decades of experience in animal care, research, and veterinary leadership to her new role. Mr. McCarthy, who served as an AMC Trustee for 25 years, works with all departments and the senior management team to advance AMC’s strategic direction, develop important alliances, and identify business

opportunities to ensure sustainability and broaden the institution’s imprint across the evolving veterinary landscape. In 2019, we also appointed Dr. Chad West as Associate Medical Director to assist in providing medical oversight and direction for all clinical activities. To enhance these clinical activities and meet increased demand, we added five new staff doctors, and to enhance patient care and client services, as well as to improve the quality of life among AMC staff, we also welcomed Judith Harbour as our full-time, on-site Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

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Spotlight on Services

“AMC’s Emergency and Critical Care Service, which treats 20,000 patients annually, offers an integrated team approach so that all patients with lifethreatening, traumatic injuries receive the highest standard of care to ensure the best possible outcomes.” Kathryn Coyne President and CEO

Cancer Institute The Cancer Institute at the Animal Medical Center, founded in 2015 with a gift from Elaine and Kenneth Langone, is modeled after the most progressive, patient-centered human cancer hospitals in the country. The Institute takes an integrative and centralized approach to patient care, utilizing the most innovative treatments to prevent, diagnose, and care for animals with cancer. Its visionary design provides AMC’s oncology team with the optimal environment needed to diagnose and treat patients, focus on early detection, enhance outcomes, and work toward a cure for cancer through advanced research. In 2019, the Cancer Institute recorded 5,255 patient visits for 1,284 patients. In 2019, 11% of AMC’s patient visits involved cancer. Research conducted by the Institute’s staff doctors and residents in 2019 included examining whether the drug propranolol reduces tumor regression and lengthens survival time, studying the comparative success rates of vaccination versus chemotherapy in treating oral melanoma tumors, and determining whether electrocauterization to stop bleeding during surgery kills or spreads bacteria. These studies have therapeutic potential for both animal and human medicine and exemplify the groundbreaking impact of AMC’s efforts.

Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl Institute for Trauma Care The Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl Institute for Trauma Care at the Animal Medical Center is a state-of-the-art facility, providing compassionate and expert care for pets that need emergency and critical assistance. AMC is the only Level 1 Veterinary Trauma Center in New York City and one of only a few Level 1 trauma centers around the United States that can provide total care for every aspect of the management of the small animal trauma patient. We are fully equipped to manage life-threatening traumatic injuries and staffed

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by experienced veterinarians with specialty training in emergency medicine. In partnership with the emergency room, our intensive care unit (ICU) is staffed by a team of clinicians who work alongside in-house specialists and referring veterinarians to provide the highest standard of care. Because we never close, we are able to provide round-the-clock monitoring and treatment of critically ill pets. Of all AMC’s services, Emergency and Critical Care experienced the largest caseload in 2019; almost a third of AMC’s cases in 2019 were handled by ECC.

The Tina Santi Flaherty Rehabilitation & Fitness Service The Tina Santi Flaherty Rehabilitation & Fitness Service (TSFRFS) continues to thrive with 4,385 patient visits in 2019. The scope of therapeutic services available in the TSFRFS has also expanded, allowing us to treat a wide range of cases from routine post-operative care to advanced orthotics/prosthetics and regenerative medicine. Clinical trials conducted by the department in 2019 included an FDA clinical trial on the effects of allogeneic stem cells on naturallyoccurring osteoarthritis in dogs, evaluation of a Platelet Rich Plasma kit on canine whole blood cell parameters, and an FDA clinical trial on a novel anti-nerve growth factor monoclonal antibody for the treatment of feline osteoarthritis.

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Compassionate Programs & Charitable Funds

AMC’s charitable programs lie at the heart of our mission to protect and strengthen the profound connection between people and their pets. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, in 2019, AMC provided more than $3 million in free or subsidized care. Our charitable Community Funds, such as AMC to the Rescue, the Frank V.D. Lloyd Fund for Guide Dogs, Seniors’ Animal Veterinary Effort (SAVE), and the Patient Assistance Fund, account for approximately half of these subsidies. The remaining portion of charitable care provided by AMC includes assistance offered to other non-profit animal welfare organizations; discounts to the New York Police Department; and the care of stray animals left in AMC’s custody.

“AMC to the Rescue has been a real game changer for fosterbased organizations like Rescuzilla and dogs like Gus. When we first saw him at the city shelter, we were drawn to his sweet demeanor and goofy personality, but his orthopedic issues were a roadblock in finding his forever home. Thanks to AMC’s program, we were able to provide the care he needed, Gus became a permanent member of his foster family, and we can continue to give second chances to animals that need a little help along the way.” Katherine Good, CPDT-KA, Co-President, Rescuzilla

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Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education “The Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation is deeply rooted in medicine and medical research as well as supporting education and animal welfare. Recognizing that training the next generation of veterinarians is critical to advancing veterinary medicine, we are proud and honored to support the Animal Medical Center with a $5 million gift to establish the AnnaMaria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education.” Michael M. Kellen and Marina Kellen French, Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation

For more than 50 years, AMC has offered veterinarians the opportunity to pursue additional training through the rigorous internship and residency programs of our Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education. This invaluable educational experience allows veterinarians to reinforce, extend, and refine their clinical skills and enhance their diagnostic and therapeutic capabilities. At the Elmer and Mamdouha Bobst Hospital at AMC — with a staff of 461, including 119 veterinarians — young vets benefit from the size and diversity of AMC’s caseload and from the opportunity to participate in a collaborative learning environment under the guidance of veterinary doctors who are board certified in multiple medical specialties. AMC initiated its internship program in 1963, and it is now one of the most competitive in the U.S. Since the program’s inception, more than 2,000 veterinarians have completed internships at AMC. In 2019, AMC received 170 applications for 28 internship spots. AMC offers residencies in numerous specialties including Cardiology, Dentistry, Oncology, Surgery, and Emergency and Critical Care. Each three-year residency is intended to lead to board certification. In 2019, AMC had 36 residents in various stages of their three-year clinical training programs under the direct guidance of experienced medical staff. Each AMC resident plans and executes a research project leading to a scientific manuscript for submission to a peerreviewed professional publication. Because AMC is a member of New York’s extensive biomedical community, residents benefit from research collaborations with several prominent human medical centers, including NYU Langone Health, Weill Cornell Medicine, The Rockefeller University, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.


Top: Dr. Katie Kennedy and Dr. Nicole Leibman training interns and residents in AMC’s Cancer Institute.

Bottom: Diagnostic Imaging is just one of the many specialty services in which training occurs at AMC.

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Caspary Research Institute

Research is a fundamental component of the Animal Medical Center’s founding mission. AMC is proud to advance veterinary medicine by pioneering new discoveries and progressive treatments. Through our Caspary Research Institute, AMC veterinarians work to understand the origins of diseases, to develop preventive measures, and ultimately to achieve cures. AMC doctors conduct clinical investigations of naturally occurring diseases in pets, often in collaboration with physicians studying the same illnesses in humans, to enable more effective diagnoses, advance medical and surgical treatments, and prevent disease in animals and humans alike. Some studies undertaken in 2019 included evaluation of an oral nitrate medication added to conventional therapy to treat congestive heart failure in dogs; evaluation of regular insulin administered by constant rate infusion, as compared to intermittent intramuscular administration, to treat cats with diabetes; evaluation of artificial neobladder placement for dogs with resectable lower urinary tract tumors; investigation of the effects of allogenic stem cells on naturally occurring osteoarthritis in dogs; and comparison of combination chemotherapy and immunotherapy to treat dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma.

“The advancement of veterinary knowledge is central to AMC’s mission, and our staff regularly undertake pioneering research to make sure we’re able to provide the best possible outcomes for our patients.” Dr. Philip Fox, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Cardiology), DACVECC, Head of Cardiology and Director of the Caspary Research Institute at AMC

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Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education

“I’m a firm believer in the importance of animal health education and excited to join AMC to help broaden the reach of the Usdan Institute.” Michelle Leifer, Director, Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education

The Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education aims to be the leading provider of pet health information, with the goals of deepening the public’s understanding of general animal health topics, including preventive care and general wellness; raising awareness of public health issues and concerns; and promoting the human-animal bond. With AMC’s staff of more than 100 doctors and the knowledge gained from almost 110 years of experience, the Usdan Institute is uniquely positioned to deliver the best and most up-to-date information about pet health, not only to those in New York City but across the country and around the world. Educational topics such as pet cancer, genetic testing, and first aid are disseminated across a variety of platforms including AMC’s website (www.amcny.org); topical discussions at AMC; speaking engagements at partner institutions; and participation in community events. Through the Institute, AMC is asserting itself as the place for pet health information for pet owners, regardless of location. Late in 2019, we welcomed Michelle Leifer as the new Director of the Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education. With solid experience in media, as well as the animal world and non-profit arena, Ms. Leifer is uniquely qualified to strengthen and enhance the Usdan Institute’s broad information platform, which includes monthly events, educational videos, informational emails, and outreach to students and community groups. In 2019, the Usdan Institute hosted or collaborated on 16 events, including seven public health education lectures: Diagnosis & Treatment of Cataracts in Pets, The Cost of Pet Ownership, New Insights into Tracheal Collapse, Pet First Aid, Pet Cancer, Senior Pet Care, and The Impact of DNA Testing. All of AMC’s public lectures are broadcast on Facebook Live. AMC also participated in events at locations throughout New York City and sponsored a pet memorial event at the hospital in September. In partnership with the Usdan Institute, AMC continues its monthly one-hour talk show “Ask the Vet” on SiriusXM Stars 109. The Usdan Institute Community Advisory Council, comprised of active and engaged pet owners, ensures that our efforts are meeting the needs of the public.

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Ann and Charles Johnson One Health Institute

“The health of people, animals, and the environment is intertwined, and medical advances in understanding and treating diseases and illnesses in one species may be applied to other species. All AMC veterinarians are dedicated to the One Health approach to medicine and routinely collaborate with researchers and doctors at leading human healthcare institutions to help improve diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and ultimately patient outcomes.” Dr. Katherine Quesenberry, Chief Medical Officer

In 2019, the Animal Medical Center named the Ann and Charles Johnson One Health Institute in recognition of a generous gift to AMC from Ann and Charles Johnson. The Institute supports the One Health approach to medicine, recognizing the growing connection between the health of animals, people, and the environment. This synergism advances 21st century healthcare and helps protect and save millions of lives in our present and future generations. The Institute will continue to provide the platform from which AMC veterinarians can continue to work collaboratively through interdisciplinary research with leading New York City medical centers to help advance veterinary and human medicine.

One Health Conference and One Health Day On November 2, the Animal Medical Center, in partnership with the Clinical and Translational Science Center at Weill Cornell Medicine, conducted its fifth annual One Health conference, Connecting Human and Veterinary Medicine, A Comparative Approach to Environmental Emergencies. During the day-long conference, members of AMC’s Emergency and Critical Care team presented on veterinary approaches to environmental emergencies in conjunction with human emergency medicine physicians from Weill Cornell Medicine and Sollis Health. Topics included heat stroke, burn injuries, anaphylaxis, submersion injuries, and electrical injuries. On November 4, AMC joined institutions world-wide to commemorate Global One Health Day and raise public awareness of the collaborative efforts of health professionals in different fields to ensure the wellbeing of people, animals, and the environment. AMC marked the day with a panel discussion, The Impact of DNA Testing on You, Your Pet, and Your World.

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Top: Dr. Dava Cazzoli, DVM, DACVECC, presenting at the One Health Conference.

Bottom: Dr. Katherine Quesenberry, CMO, with participating emergency specialists from both animal and human medicine.

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The Gift of Love Capital Campaign

On October 22, AMC launched its $70 million Gift of Love capital campaign, the largest campaign in the institution’s history. This transformational three-year renovation and expansion will add more than 11,000 square feet of new space to AMC and will renovate more than 26,000 square feet of existing clinical and client space. The Gift of Love campaign secures AMC’s ability to continue to provide the best possible care for our patients for the next generation of veterinary medicine, while creating new opportunities for our veterinarians, staff, residents, and interns in a premier medical environment. Thanks to the leadership of AMC’s Board of Trustees and the generous support of an expanding group of individual donors, the Gift of Love campaign was successful in raising more than $46 million of its $70 million goal in 2019. AMC’s future renovation and expansion will add new programs and amenities to its current offerings, including the following

“I am heartened by the enthusiastic and generous response from AMC’s donors to the Gift of Love capital campaign. The outpouring of support demonstrates a commitment to AMC’s mission and to sustaining our leadership role in the world of specialty veterinary medicine, education and research for many years to come.” Robert Liberman, Chairman

enhancements: -Renovated Exterior will signal AMC’s position as a world-class institution, a place for the most advanced veterinary care and clinical research. -Renovated Lobby will provide a warm, welcoming environment to the more than 100,000 patients, families, and staff who come through AMC’s doors each year. -Emergency Room and Intensive Care Unit will nearly triple the current footprint on the second floor, adding needed equipment, exam tables, and cages. An improved layout connecting the ER and ICU will optimize patient outcomes, and an ICU isolation room will keep animals that may be contagious away from other pets. Six new clinical rooms will be added and all treatment areas will be reconfigured. continued 19


-Special Care Unit will expand by 5,500 square feet, nearly 40% of its current footprint, allowing AMC to accommodate more patients. The SCU will provide separate areas for feline and canine recovery, as well as amenity spaces for visitors. -Dog Run and Park will be part of the third floor SCU expansion and will provide a controlled outdoor environment for canines during their in-patient stay. -Integrative Health and Education Center, located in the 5,500-square-foot addition on the fourth floor, will provide medical day-care, as well as nutritionist and pet behaviorist services. It will feature an expanded Education Center, with nearly double the current capacity, allowing for enhanced public health education programs. -Peri-Operative and Surgical Suite (below), on the seventh floor, will provide three times the space as the current footprint. The relocation of surgical services from the second to the seventh floor will enable AMC to create five state-of-the-art operating rooms, a procedure room, a recovery room segregating dogs and cats, and a Central Sterile Center.

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The Gift of Love Donors

VISIONARIES ($5M+)

Barbara J. Slifka

Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Foundation

Mrs. Margaretta J. Taylor

Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl

SPONSORS ($100K+)

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Langone

Mrs. Edwin M. Burke

Mrs. Katharine Rayner

Peggy & Millard Drexler Family Foundation

BENEFACTORS ($1M+)

Mr. and Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul

Jacqueline B. Mars

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Acquavella

Alexandra C. Goelet

Linda L. Munson

Anonymous

Dorothy and Jerry Goldstein

Kane and Martin Nussbaum

The Emma and Georgina Bloomberg Foundation

Mary G. Herms and Ryan J. Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Roberts

Linda D. Kofmehl

Elizabeth Gore Ross

Sharon and Cary A. Koplin

Mrs. Daisy M. Soros

The Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation

Marcia Brady Tucker Foundation

Elizabeth and Clement Moore

Dr. Deborah Miller Zabel and William D. Zabel, Esq.

Chris and Bruce Crawford Ann and Charles Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liberman Mrs. Marianne C. Mebane Mrs. Oscar de la Renta Mr. and Mrs. David T Schiff Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Tisch Mr. and Mrs. John Usdan

PATRONS ($250K+) Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Berkeley Blue Dot Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Druckenmiller

The Redlus Family Sascha Rockefeller Ms. Jacqueline Weld

The Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder Foundation Dr. Betsy D. Lawrence and Mr. Bryan H. Lawrence Melinda Lloyd

Lindsay Wilcznyski

Pledges made as of 12/31/2019

Mrs. Janet York

SUPPORTERS (<$100K) Ms. Gabrielle Armand Susan L. Baker and Michael R. Lynch

Tina Santi Flaherty

Dr. Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos and Mr. Adam Bartos

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ford

Gale Rundquist Chen

The Freed Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. William D. DeHoff

Brooke and Ed Garden

Robert Fagenson

Kathryn O. Greenberg

Dr. Hal & Mrs. Kimberly Folander

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Horvitz

The Honorable and Mrs. Henry Kissinger

Mr. and Mrs. Neil M. McCarthy

Ms. Laura A. Garner and Mr. Roger Hardon

Jeffrey A. Schoenfeld

Mr. Michael Heaner

Jeanne Sorensen Siegel Foundation

Ms. Nicola Heryet

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Events

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Wellington Florida Event February 22, 2019 | Home of Elizabeth Monaco and Neil M. McCarthy | Over 160 guests joined us for a reception and raffle raising support for AMCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charitable Community Funds.

Opposite Page: Trustee Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl Top Left: Chief Administrative Officer Neil McCarthy, Elizabeth Monaco, and John Talley Top Right: Cathy Zicherman, Anne Speiser, Michael Waring, and Betsy Battle Below: Luis Rodriguez and Robert Ross

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Living Legends Luncheon May 7, 2019 | The University Club | Our 11th annual luncheon to honor pets who have survived extraordinary medical challenges thanks to the care provided at AMC and the dedication of their owners.

Left: Kristin Petrizzo and Flapjack Bottom Left: The Hymowitz Family with Oliver Bottom Right: Dominque Milbank with Lola, Trustee Tina Santi Flaherty, Dr. Nicole Leibman, Kate Coyne, President and CEO

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Chairman’s Circle “Cocktails & Conversation” May 14, 2019 | Home of Susan L. Baker and Michael R. Lynch | Inaugural celebration of our Chairman’s Circle donors featured Surgical Oncologist Dr. Katie Kennedy.

Ellin Prince Speyer Legacy Society Luncheon June 12, 2019 | Animal Medical Center | A luncheon to express our appreciation for those who have made a legacy gift to AMC, featured Director of the Tina Santi Flaherty Rehabilitation and Fitness Service, Dr. Leilani Alvarez.

Above Left: Betty Chiao, Gail Cook, and Liana Everaert, Executive Director of Client Services Above Right: Dr. Leilani Alvarez DVM, DACVSMR, Director of the Tina Santi Flaherty Rehabilitation and Fitness Service, presenting to Speyer Legacy Society members Left: Trustees Dr. William DeHoff and Virginia Burke

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White Coat Ceremony June 17, 2019 | Animal Medical Center | The 2019â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2020 incoming class of 25 interns was welcomed with an official presentation of their AMC white coats.

Left: Dr. Chad West and Dr. Kailee Zornow Below: 2019â&#x20AC;&#x201C;2020 Intern Class

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Graduation June 27, 2019 | The Rockefeller University | The 2019-2020 graduating class included 25 interns, three specialty interns, and 10 residents.

Golden Paw Reception October 2, 2019 | The Doubles Club | AMCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual celebration of our Golden Paw Society donors.

Below Left: 2019 Graduating Interns Below Right: Dr. Dennis Slade, Dr. Chelsea Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toole, Dr. Katherine Quesenberry

From Left to Right: Ali Armour and Joseph Stein, Joan Mazur and Stephen Kapner, Dr. Anne Marie Zollo, John and Jennifer Gourary Left: tk

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President’s Council Dinner October 15, 2019 | The ‘21’ Club | AMC thanks our President’s Council donors with a dinner in their honor.

Top Left: Martin Nussbaum, AMC Board Chairman Bobby Liberman, Kane Nussbaum Top Right: Cary Koplin, Susan and James Baumann Left: Thomas Elghanayan, Trustee Sherry Koplin, Trustee Laura Garner, Madeline Elghanayan

Gift of Love Capital Campaign Public Launch October 22, 2019 | The Bentley Hotel | More than 100 guests gathered to celebrate AMC’s public launch of its $70 million capital campaign to renovate and expand the current facility.

Trustees and Gift of Love Campaign Committee members Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl, Elaine Langone, and Marianne Mebane

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Top Dog Gala December 10, 2019 | Cipriani 42nd Street | Nearly 500 guests attended the Top Dog Gala to honor animal advocate, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Dylan Lauren with the Brooke Astor Award. Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s VetDogs Sully H.W. Bush was awarded a medal for his service to President George H.W. Bush; in addition, four K-9 dogs from the New York City Police Department Counterterrorism Bureau were honored for their heroism.

Above Left: Trustee Nancy Kissinger, Dylan Lauren, President and CEO Kate Coyne, Trustee Elaine Langone, and Sully H.W. Bush Above Right: Police Officer Benjamin Go III, Trustee Annette de la Renta, and K-9 Jimbo Left: Trustee Donna Acquavella, second from left, and family

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Donor Societies AMC is fortunate to have committed and loyal supporters who embrace our mission to provide compassionate and collaborative care to animals and to lead the advancement of veterinary medicine through innovative clinical research and education. Those who give to AMC annually are critical to our success and are recognized with membership in one of our special giving societies.

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Opposite Page: Trustees Laura Garner, Elizabeth Moore, Katharine J. Rayner Left: Jeffrey Schoenfeld and Trustee Ann Tisch

Chairman’s Circle The Chairman’s Circle is AMC’s leadership donor group, comprised of benefactors who believe in the importance of providing worldclass veterinary care to all the pets we serve. Donors who contribute $25,000 or more annually are invited to become members of the Chairman’s Circle.

President’s Council Donors who contribute $10,000 or more annually join a growing list of individuals whose generosity and foresight allow our doctors to deliver the most advanced specialty medicine, pursue cutting-edge research, and offer groundbreaking educational programs. 31


Russell Miller and Kiono Thomas

Golden Paw Society Golden Paw Society members are a group of committed and loyal supporters who understand the importance of our work and the critical role they play in helping us fulfill our mission. Golden Paw Leaders ($5,000 to $9,999), Golden Paw Sponsors ($2,500 to $4,999), and Golden Paw Partners ($1,000 to $2,499) represent a group of donors who value our efforts to provide more innovative and compassionate veterinary treatment to companion animals and their families.

Silver Paw Society The Silver Paw Society is comprised of donors who give between $500 to $999 annually, enabling AMC to remain at the forefront of veterinary medicine and helping us promote pet health care around the world. 32


Ellin Prince Speyer Legacy Society The Ellin Prince Speyer Legacy Society welcomes members who have made a commitment to AMC through a bequest, retirement plan, life insurance, lifeincome, or other legacy gift. AMC was established nearly 110 years ago with Ellin Prince Speyer’s vision of promoting compassionate animal care and making it available to pet owners of all means. Since then, AMC has evolved into one of New York’s most vital and beloved institutions. The commitment of AMC’s Legacy Society members will ensure our ability to carry out advanced treatment, research, education, and compassionate care for companion animals well into the future.

ELLIN PRINCE SPEYER LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBERS Anonymous (5)

Ms. Mary C. Fey

James G. McMurtry, III M.D.

Madelyn Antoncic, Ph.D.

Mrs. Tina Santi Flaherty

Mr. and Mrs. Clement C. Moore, II

Ms. Julie Babka and Dr. Joseph Feldman

Nancy B. Fray

Ms. Caryn Eve Murray

Joan Fricke

Ms. Irene Muschel

Melanie Balousek

Alexandra C. Goelet

Eileen Nemeroff

Ms. Fern Beckman

Gretchen Grant

Joy* and Al Nussbaum

Hildy Benick

Ellen and Robert Grimes

Kane and Martin Nussbaum

Ms. Judith Binus

Mr. Michael Heaner and Mr. David Michaud

Delia L. Peters

Dr. and Mrs. Edward* Gerock Boyette Deirdre Brady

Gail Irwin Hartman Foundation

Mr. Robert Restivo

Mr. Robert B. Johnson

Katherine R. Riley

Linda D. Kofmehl

Elsie Saccone

Sharon Amsterdam Koplin

Fred* and Emilia Krimendahl

Richard P. Krasnow and Nancy Meyrich

Mrs. David T Schiff

Ms. Alexandra Buck Marjorie R. Bukzin Mrs. Edwin M. Burke Mr. William A. Carmell Elizabeth Marr and Robert Chase Joni Maya Cherbo, Ph.D. Betty Chiao

Ms. Ruth Lapin Janice Levine

Ms. Laurie Pulaski

Ms. Petra Schmidt Paula Sidewater Mr. Bruce Smith

Y. Daphne Coelho-Adam

Joan B. Levine, DDS and Jonah B. Berman, OD

Ms. Marie C. Cole

Ms. Norma R. Lewin

Gail Cook & Anoop Punjabi

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liberman

Carol Cucchiara

Helene F. Linden

Cecily and Roy* Davis

Claire K. Lindgren

Dr. Tina L. Waltke and Ms. Mary Jane Constant

David DePorte

Ronald Repogle and Maureen Loftus

Ms. Atsuko Watanabe

Maria and Albert DiMeglio

Susan L. Baker and Michael R. Lynch

Janet York

Ms. Karen Eckhoff

Mrs. James Marcus

Ms. Jane L. Emery

Ms. Nadine McCarthy

Donald Eugene Family Trust

Mr. and Ms. Neil M. McCarthy

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Stuart Ms. Ronnie Taffet Ms. Maggie Malina and Mr. David Tischman

*deceased

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Financials

These ďŹ nancial summaries were compiled by management. All figures are rounded to the nearest $100,000. A copy of the 2019 Audited Financial Statements can be obtained by sending a written request to the Animal Medical Center c/o Chief Financial Officer, or by visiting our website at www.amcny.org.

Statement of Activities â&#x20AC;˘ Year Ended December 31, 2019 Revenue and Support Professional services revenue Capital Campaign Gifts and Pledges

$45,400,000 16,800,000

Contributions

5,900,000

Special event revenue, net of expenses

1,400,000

Rental income, net of expenses Investment income and other revenue TOTAL REVENUE AND SUPPORT

200,000 7,800,000 $77,500,000

Expenses Operating Expenses*

$38,100,000

General Services

6,300,000

Fiscal Services

3,000,000

Administrative Services

2,600,000

Fundraising

1,800,000

Depreciation

2,800,000

TOTAL EXPENSES

$54,600,000

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

$22,900,000

*includes Education, Research and Charitable Care

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Statement of Financial Position â&#x20AC;¢ Year Ended December 31, 2019 Assets Cash

$1,900,000

Investments

63,900,000

Contributions and pledges receivable

19,600,000

Accounts receivable, prepaid expenses and other assets

6,400,000

Property and equipment, net TOTAL ASSETS

42,400,000 $134,200,000

Liabilities and Net Assets LIABILITIES Accounts payable and accrued expenses

$6,100,000

Accrued pension plan costs

1,600,000

Mortgage payable

9,600,000

Other liabilities

100,000

Deferred revenue

400,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$17,800,000

NET ASSETS Without donor restrictions With donor restrictions

$59,800,000 56,600,000

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$116,400,000

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$134,200,000

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Donors AMC is fortunate to have committed and loyal supporters who embrace our mission of providing compassionate and collaborate care to animals and leading the advancement of veterinary medicine through innovative clinical research and education.

Elizabeth and Clement Moore

Paul J. Kofmehl (deceased) and Linda D. Kofmehl

Bianca’s Furry Friends Foundation

Barbara Picower

Mrs. Sharon Vaughn Lapin

Steven Boxer

Mr. Jeffrey Altman

The Rachael Ray Foundation

Mr. John Bradham

Anonymous

Mrs. Katharine J. Rayner

The Ralph and Ricky Lauren Family Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Connie Cheng and Mr. Roy Berggren

Mrs. Oscar de la Renta

The Michele and Agnese Cestone Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Siegel/Dana Foundation

Ms. Barbara Dauphin

Ms. Margaretta J. Taylor

Ms. Whitney Pizale and Mr. Ryan Dzierniejko

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Tisch

Mr. and Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul

Mr. and Mrs. John Usdan

$50,000+ Mr. and Mrs. William R. Acquavella

Mrs. Tina Santi Flaherty* Dr. Hal & Mrs. Kimberly Folander Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ford Brooke and Ed Garden Dr. Kelly Posner and Mr. David E. Gerstenhaber Ms. Laura A. Garner and Mr. Roger Hardon Mr. and Mrs. Michael Horvitz Ms. Jane Morison Iwanowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert James

Mr. and Mrs. David T Schiff

*indicates multi-year pledge

$25,000–$49,999 Judy Hart Angelo Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Berkeley Blue Dot Foundation C.A.L. Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Pamela J. Keld* Sharon and Cary A. Koplin

Abby and Rick Elbaum

Emilia Saint-Amand Krimendahl

The Lincoln Ellsworth Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Langone

Beth and Gary Glynn

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lauren

Francis Goelet Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liberman

The Florence Gould Foundation

Mrs. James Marcus

Ms. Kathryn Graham

Mr. and Mrs. Neil M. McCarthy

Terry and Mel Karmazin

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Ms. Edith McBean The Ambrose Monell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nussbaum

The Honorable and Mrs. Henry Kissinger

Ms. Anne S. Buford Mr. and Mrs. George N. Buxton Linda and Arthur Carter Cauldwell Wingate Company, LLC Mrs. Kendall G. Chen

Ms. Francine Parnes

Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Chu

Ms. Nancy L. Wender and Mr. Steven J. Rand

Ellen and Daniel Crown

Sascha Rockefeller

Mr. and Mrs. Michel David-Weill

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Schwarzman

The Dearie Family Charitable Trust

Esta Eiger Stecher Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stoga Alice K. Turner Foundation Mrs. Janet York

Bloomberg Philanthropies

Peggy and Millard Drexler Foundation

Mrs. Marianne C. Mebane

Audrey Love Charitable Foundation

$10,000–$24,999 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Adelson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Allen Anonymous (2)

Deborah DeCotis Dr. and Mrs. William D. DeHoff Dr. and Mrs. Joseph William Donner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Elghanayan Ms. Alixandra G. Englund Jim and Maxine Frank Mr. and Mrs. John French

Ms. Dylan Lauren and Mr. Paul Arrouet

The Bruce G. Geary Foundation

Dr. Nikki Feirt Atkins and Erwin L. Atkins

Ms. Samantha Cheirif and Mr. Eric Gendal

Mr. Scott Rudin and Mr. John Barlow

Ms. Barbara Gladstone

Dr. Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos and Mr. Adam Bartos

Dorothy L. Goldstein

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Baumann Ms. Fern Beckman

GNYHA Ventures, Inc. Ms. Bonnie Gorman John and Jennifer Gourary Kathryn Greenberg


Mr. and Mrs. George J. Grumbach, Jr. Ms. Agnes Gund Mr. Hank Hagey

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Palmer

Mr. and Mrs. John Welch

Pannonia Foundation

Nina W. Werblow Charitable Trust

Harini Patel, Ph.D.

Ms. Nancy H. Gilmartin and Mr. Vincent A. Blasi Ms. Susan Blodgett

Mr. Ronald O. Perelman

Lindsay Wilczynski

Ms. Georgina Bloomberg

Ms. Kaitlin Trinh and Mr. Myles C. Pollin

Ms. Anna Wintour

Mr. Jonathan Bloostein

Ms. Nicola Heryet

Mr. Steven C. Witkoff

Ms. Heidi M. Holterbosch

Dr. Rock Positano

Idexx Laboratories, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Hayward R. Pressman

Mr. Dick DeBartolo and Mr. Dennis Wunderlin

Mr. and Mrs. D. Dixon Boardman

Fred and Sonya Hauser

The C and A Johnson Foundation

The Raiff Foundation

The Howard Johnson Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Robinson, III

Ms. Dorothy R. Davies and Mr. Jeremy R. Kramer

Joanne Ronson

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin V. Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Pierre F. LaPeyre

Dr. Margaret R. Ruttenberg and Mr. John C. Ruttenberg Ms. Katherine Ruttenberg

Ms. Virginia R. Bonaro

$1,000â&#x20AC;&#x201C;$9,999 Mrs. Diane Abbey and Mr. Arthur Abbey Anonymous (5) Mr. Scott Asen Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Asta

Mr. and Mrs. Edward O. Sassower

Sandra Atlas Bass & Edythe & Sol G. Atlas Fund, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Schorsch

Joseph and Christine Augustine

Mr. and Mrs. John Sculley

Bannerot-Lappe Foundation

Muriel F. Siebert Foundation

Mr. Ronald J. Baranowski

Nicole Seligman

Barbara Parker Fine Jewelry

Ms. Clara Weyergraf-Serra and Mr. Richard Serra

Ms. Kalliope Barlis

Bruce and Cynthia Sherman Charitable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Bassock

The Lipton Foundation

Ms. Maria P. Ruffilli and Ms. Susan M. Silbermann

Bawd Foundation

Ms. Melinda L. Lloyd

Ms. Barbara J. Slifka

The Caroline M. Lowndes Foundation

Marc S. Solomon

Ms. Kathleen Lamb and Mr. Eduard H. Beit

Ms. Maria Bartiromo and Mr. Jonathan L. Steinberg

Dr. Meghan Fleming and Mr. J. Patrick Bennett

Dr. Anita Krishnan and Mr. Anil C. Stevens

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Berger

The Ronald and Jo Carole Lauder Foundation Edith and Herbert Lehman Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Leistner Ms. Karen Lerner Ms. Jane Goldman and Dr. Benjamin H. Lewis Judith Lidsky, Esq. Jennifer and Marc Lipschultz

Ms. Susan L. Baker and Mr. Michael R. Lynch Ms. Kimberley Hatchett and Mr. Tracy V. Maitland Ms. Mary G. Herms and Mr. Ryan J. Marshall James G. McMurtry, III M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Meckler Mr. Michael Heaner and Mr. David Michaud Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Mullen

Mr. John L. Auerbach and Mr. Ed Tang Diana L. Taylor Mrs. Susan Taylor

Mr. Frederick Bear

Franklin M. Berger Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William R. Berkley

Ms. Sara Tecchia Mrs. Linda J. Wachner

Brook and Roger Berlind

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

Michael and Arlene Berner

Margo Geer Walker

Bessemer Trust Company

Barbara Washkowitz

Mr. David S. Orentreich and Marina Killery Orentreich

Mr. Philip M. Waterman, III

Mrs. Susan Paine

Ms. Sandra Atlas Bass

Ms. Toni Seidl and Mr. Richard Berkman

One Ten Group, Inc.

John L. and Sue Ann Weinberg Foundation

Ms. Phoebe Washburn and Mr. A. J. Bocchino

Mrs. Deborah S. Bernstein Best Pet Rx Specialty Veterinary Compounding Pharmacy Mr. Robert S. Birch

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braddock Ms. Emily J. Brill Ms. Donna E. Brion Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brodsky Brown & Brown of Garden City, Inc. Ambassador and Mrs. W. L. L. Brown, Jr. Ms. Janine Buckley Mr. Douglas S. Cramer and Mr. Hugh Bush The Janice Spencer Calkin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Callander Margarita T. Camacho-Winter, M.D. Canine Styles, Inc. Ms. Lisa Carlton-Wilson Carnegie Corporation of New York Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Whitman Casdin Mr. Patrick Catullo CCS Consulting The Stephen Colbert Americone Dream Fund Cali Cole Robert Reed Cole, Ph.D. Ms. Lois Conway Mr. Robert Couturier Cowles Charitable Trust Mrs. Lucy Cribben Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Cronson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cross

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Mrs. Heather S. Cruz

Ms. Maria T. Galeno

The Huxley Family

Larry Leeds

Mr. William Cummings

Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Galesi

Ms. Kazuko Ishida

Mr. Harold Lehr

Mr. Jeffrey H. Gansberg

Ms. Bridget G. Marks and Mr. Philip Isles

Gaby and Mark Lehrer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gebhard

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Israel

Dr. and Mrs. Roy G. Geronemus

Ms. Joan Lewis and Mr. Howard Jaeckel

Mr. and Mrs. Trevor B. Gibbons

Ms. Victoria McGinley and Mr. Joe Jhala

Mr. Mark Glasser

Ms. Clara I. Guzman and Mr. Juan M. Jimenez

Mr. and Mrs. Ashton Curtis Mrs. Helen Daniels Mr. Douglas Benson and Mr. Paul Dassenko Ms. Cecily Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Davis The Robert N. DeBenedictis Foundation Ms. Barbara DeFina Mr. Donald W. De Leo Mr. Robert de Rothschild Ms. Caroline Dean Mr. and Mrs. Michael Del Mauro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dewey Ms. Jane Diamond Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diker Ms. Jennifer Dorre Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dresdale Dr. Charles W. Drocea Ms. AnnMarie Mattila and Mr. Andrew Dsida Mr. Frederick Eberstadt Ms. Karen Eckhoff Mr. and Ms. Blair W. Effron

Arne and Milly Glimcher Mr. and Mrs. David Gochman Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Gogel Mr. Alberto Goldberger Ms. Betsy Goldin Mr. Paul Arnhold and Mr. Wes Gordon Mabel Burchard Fischer Grant Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott Greenstein Griffon Corporation Ellen and Robert Grimes

Mr. Glen Senk and Mr. Keith Johnson Tory & Peter Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jonas Mrs. Lucille Kantor Hon. Bruce M. Kaplan

Ms. Janice Levine Mr. and Mrs. Randy Levine Levy Holm Pellegrino & Drath, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewin Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Lewinter Mr. and Mrs. R. Linclau The Arthur Loeb Foundation Mrs. Deborah A. Loeffler Ms. Marianne Rossi and Mr. Robert Lohse Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Robert Lovejoy

Ms. Joan B. Mazur and Mr. Stephen N. Kapner

Mr. John D. Lowry

Ms. Debra November and Dr. Eric A. Karp

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mack

Ms. Beth Rogers and Mr. Jeffrey Katz

Ms. Suzanne Grinberg

Kaufman Management Co., LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gross

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. King

Dr. Elisabeth J. Cohen and Dr. Robert I. Grossman

Dr. Florence Comite and Mr. Marc Klahr

Mrs. Henry Grunwald

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Klingenstein

Ms. Georgiana Mac Mahon Ms. Paola Y. Lima and Mr. David Mafoud Ms. Florence J. Maher Alan Gleit and Nannette Martin Mr. Paolo M. Martino Dr. Nancy C. Maruyama Ms. Nancy McAllister

Mrs. Patricia K. Klingenstein

Adam R. Rose and Peter R. McQuillan

Mr. and Mrs. David Egen

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gutfreund

Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Einhorn

Ms. Shauna Holiman and Mr. Robert Hackney

Ms. Lillian E. Kraemer

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Menken

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kramer

Mr. Donald Eugene

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hamm

Ms. Nancy Meyrich and Mr. Richard P. Krasnow

Ms. Katie P. Gerlach and Mr. Keith S. Merrill

Mr. Guy Emile Harley

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kraus

Mr. John L. Metro

Hartsdale Crematory, Inc.

Deborah and Peter Lamm

Mr. Cary A. Meyers

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Ferrero, Jr.

Ms. Donna Hasil

Mr. and Mrs. Jon Landau Mr. Larry Landes

Ms. Suzanne E. Stone and Mr. Paul Miles

Ms. Jeanne Donovan Fisher

Ms. Jennifer Hayhurst Ms. Diana Rhoten and Mr. John Heilemann

Ms. Aneice R. Lassiter

Mr. Robert B. Fagenson Mr. and Mrs. Jose P. Fanjul Jr.

Ms. Hope Fitzgerald Fleming Foundation Mr. Robert Fluet Mr. and Mrs. Randy Foster Ms. Danyelle Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Bertram F. French Nancy Friday Foundation

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Ms. Kim MacDonald and Mr. David Heissenbuttel The Helmar Foundation Dr. Holly Andersen and Mr. Douglas A. Hirsch The Joe & Hellen Darion Foundation, Inc. and Marcy and Alan S. Honig

Ms. Despina Leandrou and Mr. Michael V. Laudati Ms. Helen H. Laughery Mr. David Lauren Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Lavyne

Ms. Katarina Mesarovich

Mr. Russell K. Miller Mr. David G. Milner Mr. Joe Minahan Messrs. Russell and Barry Minkoff Ms. Alison Minton A.S. Mitchell Foundation

Ms. Joan A. Leake

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Mohr

Leaves of Grass Fund

Mr. Robert Mortimer


Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Nelson

The Rosenkranz Foundation

Ms. Eileen H. Nemeroff

Mrs. Shirley Lord Rosenthal

Mrs. Carol R. Netzer

Dr. and Mrs. Zev Rosenwaks

Ms. Cristina F. Noble

Ms. Cheryl Rothman

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Nolan

Suzanne Schecter and Todd Ruback

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Novielli Ms. Lee F. Nunnally Ms. Nancy L. Kuhn and Mr. Bernard Nussbaum Ms. Jackie Barth and Mr. Jay Nydick

The Spektor Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Williams

Ms. Patricia A. Poglinco and Mr. Geoffrey Stein

Mr. Michael T. Escue and Mr. Scott Wimbush

Ms. Ali S. Armour and Mr. Joseph W. Stein

The Winn Feline Foundation

Fiona and Eric Rudin

Honorable and Mrs. Sidney Stein

Mr. Andrew D. Zacks

Mrs. Susan Rudin

The Bulova Stetson Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sackler

Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Zavagli

Ms. Jessica A. Salles

Ms. Reed Elfenbein and Mr. David Stier

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence S. Zeff

Ms. Cynthia Saltzman

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Street

Mr. Michael R. Salzer

Alan and Katherine Stroock Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Olmsted

Mrs. Marjorie F. Samuels

Mr. and Mrs. Noah Osnos

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sandow

Ms. June Ozmon Ms. Christina M. Pae Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Palin Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Patcella Mrs. Dorothy A. Paulsen Mr. David P. Pearson Ms. Lauren N. Pellegrino Mr. and Mrs. Francis I. Perier

Ms. Marlene Sandler

Ms. Pamela D. Zilly and Mr. John H. Schaefer Ms. Rosalind Schaefer Mr. Matthew Schnall Mr. Lawrence Schnapf

Ms. Katherine R. Riley Mr. Robert J. Rizzo Allen and Heidi Roberts Robertson Foundation Ms. Yuko Ogino and Mr. Thomas Neil Rodriguez Ms. Yolanda Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Les Rosenberg

Estate of Alfred DiNapoli Elsie Ferguson Egan Foundation Trust Joyce Englund Foundation

Ms. Alyce Toonk

Estate of Martha Fedorko

Mr. Lewis E. Topper

Estate of Johanna Fiedler

Ms. Deborah W. Dorsey and Mr. Paul Trebilcock

Natalie J. Gardner 2014 Living Trust

Mr. Jeffrey D. Treisman

Estate of Somers Gardner

Mr. John Trentacoste

Estate of Charles A. Gruber

Ms. Elaine Tross

The Beverly Hayes Revocable Trust

Mr. Joel Shapiro

Ms. Angela M. Reed

Estate of Sophie Ahmad

Ms. Lisa Tillinghast

Ms. Emilia H. Fanjul-Pfeifler and Mr. Brian C. Pfeifler

Dr. Susan Mc Laughlin and Dr. Alan H. Rebar

Ms. Lucinda Cardinal and Mr. Daniel S. Tamkin

BEQUESTS

Drs. Cynthia and Thomas Sculco

Martin and Jean Shafiroff

Prince Associates, Inc.

Ms. Szilvia J. SzmukTanenbaum

Roy J. Zuckerberg Family Foundation

The Robert H. Farrington and Sylvia Stark Farrington Trust

Ms. Laurie Petrucci

The Mrs. Cheever Porter Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Eleanor S. CampbellSwank and Mr. Darrell Swank

Dr. Susan S. Zuccotti

Mrs. Topsy Taylor

Perkins + Will

Mr. John Metzner and Mr. Stan Ponte

Edward Sulzberger Foundation, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zicherman

Ms. Diane Crane and Mr. Michael Schoeman

Ms. Dianne LaBasse and Mr. Alan D. Seget

PKF Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Davies, LLP

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Stuart

Mr. Charles Yassky

Ms. Jody Sherman Ms. Vanessa Shoman Ms. Paula Sidewater

R.G. Vanderweil Engineers, LLP

Mr. and Mrs. Myer O. Sigal

Mr. Gordon VeneKlasen

Estate of Donald T. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Silver

Ms. Cecilia Greene and Mr. Paul Verbinnen

Estate of John D. Kurtz Anita Mazza Revocable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Vincent

The Solow Family Foundation, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander von Auersperg

The Janet Traeger Salz Charitable Trust

Mr. Stephen Sondheim

Ms. Marsha Wagner

Ms. Anita Y. Lee and Mr. David S. Song

Lucy R. Waletzky, M.D.

Mr. Maurice Sonnenberg Mrs. Daisy M. Soros Martin and Toni Sosnoff Foundation Charles Spear Charitable Foundation

Ms. Hsiao Yun Wang J. Weinstein Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Mary Jane Weiskopf Ms. Jacqueline Weld

Estate of Lili Israel

Olive Stengel Family Trust Estate of Emily Graham Storrow Estate of Elaine M. Stumpf Henry Borst and Anne K. Wietecki Charitable Trust The Elizabeth Yule Living Trust

Ms. Bettina M. Whyte Mr. Robert H. Wilder, Jr.

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Staff

Kathryn Coyne President and Chief Executive Officer Katherine Quesenberry DVM, MPH, DABVP (Avian) Chief Medical Officer

Specialties & Services ANESTHESIA & PAIN MANAGEMENT

EMERGENCY & CRITICAL CARE

Paul Greene Chief Financial Officer

Melissa Smith, DVM, PhD, DACVVA

Dava Cazzolli, DVM, DACVECC

Carol Dinsmore Chief Operating Officer

AVIAN & EXOTIC MEDICINE

Neil M. McCarthy Chief Administrative Officer

Laâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Toya Latney, DVM, DECZM, DACBVP (Reptile and Amphibian)

Courtney Rabb Chief Strategy Officer

Robert Moore, DVM, DABVP (Avian)

Philip Fox, DVM, MS, DACVIM/ECVIM (Cardiology), DACVECC Director, Caspary Research Institute Alexandra van der Woerdt, DVM, MS, DACVO, DECVO Director, Institute for Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Institute for Postgraduate Education

Cyndi Brown, DVM

Katherine Quesenberry, DVM, MPH, DABVP (Avian)

CARDIOLOGY Betsy Bond, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) Philip Fox, DVM, MS, DACVIM/ECVIM (Cardiology), DACVECC

COMMUNITY PRACTICE

Liana Everaert Executive Director of Client Relations

Heather Brausa, DVM

Michelle Friedman Executive Director of Marketing and Communications

Caitlin Roswell, DVM

Donna Weissman Executive Director of Development

Robert Dyke, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice) Jessica Wallach, VMD

DENTISTRY Daniel Carmichael, DVM, DAVDC

Kim Denroche, DVM Carly Fox, DVM Christine Keyserling, DVM, DACVECC Jennifer Prittie, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVECC Lauren Saunders, DVM Andrea Trafny, DVM Nili Uhrman, DVM Joel Weltman, DVM, DACVECC, PhD Kristina Willoughby, VMD Ann Marie Zollo, DVM, DACVECC

INTEGRATIVE & REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE Leilani Alvarez, DVM, DACVSMR, CVA, CCRT, CVCHM Barry Cherno, DVM, CVA, CCRT

INTERNAL MEDICINE Elizabeth Appleman, VMD, DACVIM (SAIM) Nahvid Etedali, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Douglas Palma, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Linda Faison Executive Director of Organizational Development and Human Resources

Django Martel, DVM, DAVDC

Michelle Leifer Director, Usdan Institute for Animal Health Education

Mark Macina, DVM

INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY & INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

Allyson Berent, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM)

Judith Harbour, LCSW Social Worker

Anthony Fischetti, DVM, MS, DACVR

Chick Weisse, VMD, DACVS

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Stephen Riback, DVM

Dennis Slade, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM) Jennifer Slovak, DVM, MS, DACVIM

DERMATOLOGY

Alexandre Le Roux, DVM, MS, DECVDI, DACVR


NEUROLOGY Abbie Lebowitz, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) John McCue, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM, Neurology) Chad West, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology)

ONCOLOGY Maria Camps, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology) Ann Hohenhaus, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM, Oncology) Katie Kennedy, DVM, MS, DAVCS-SA Nicole Leibman, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology)

OPHTHALMOLOGY Alexandra van der Woerdt, DVM, MS, DACVO, DECVO

PATHOLOGY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Heather Daverio, DVM, DACVP Taryn Donovan, DVM, DACVP Andrea Siegel, DVM, DACVP (Clinical Pathology)

RADIATION ONCOLOGY Rachel St-Vincent, DVM, MVSc, DACVR (RO)

SURGERY Rob Hart, DVM, DACVS Katie Kennedy, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA Pamela Schwartz, DVM, DACVS, CCRP Daniel Spector, DVM, DACVS

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