Baptist Health Foundation Annual Report 2022

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THEPower of GENEROSITY

OCT 2021 n SEPT 2022 ANNUAL
REPORT

THE MISSION OF Baptist Health FOUNDATION

is to inspire philanthropy and build extraordinary donor relationships in support of excellence, innovation, community wellness and global leadership in healthcare at Baptist Health South Florida, a not-for-profit organization supported by philanthropy and committed to our faith-based charitable mission of medical excellence.

Note: This annual report includes images captured prior to March 2020 BAPTIST HEALTH FOUNDATION | FISCAL YEAR 2022 1 Table of Contents 2 Message from Leadership 3 Notable Gifts 4 Fundraising Overview 6 Impact by the Numbers 8 Annual Giving 10 Corporate Philanthropy Partners 12 Grand Gala 14 Bounce Back from CancerTM 16 Arts in Medicine 18 Planned Giving 19 Endowed Chairs 20 Award Recipients 22 Patient Experience 24 Research & Innovation 26 Community Outreach 28 Staffing & Quality Care 30 Medical Equipment 32 Education & Training 34 Financials 35 Officers & Directors 32 12 24

MESSAGE FROM LEADERSHIP

The Power of Generosity

Philanthropy has the power to revolutionize healthcare. Now more than ever, Baptist Health is positioned to be the preeminent provider in the region of outstanding, high-quality and compassionate care, thanks to The Power of Generosity.

2022 represented a year of celebration and immense growth for Baptist Health Foundation, marking our most successful fundraising year — raising more than $66 million in support of our hospitals and institutes. With more than $17 million disbursed back to support the needs of our entities, philanthropy left a powerful mark across Baptist Health, elevating the patient experience (pg. 22), helping launch new clinical trials and laboratory research (pg. 24) and funding lifesaving medical equipment (pg. 30).

We had the distinct honor of celebrating Brian and Dr. Susan Keeley’s decades-long commitment to Baptist Health at our Grand Gala (pg. 12), which raised $6.7 million in support of patient services, research and clinical trials, education and training for healthcare staff, state-of-the-art technology and community outreach programs. We also celebrated the establishment of six endowed chairs (pg. 19), recognizing the significant accomplishment of our honored physicians, while providing a stable source of funding to advance their work through philanthropy.

With a generous $2 million gift from Best Meridian Insurance (BMI) supporting Baptist Health’s Digital Patient Smart TV and Engagement system (pg. 11), philanthropy will be at the forefront in helping create a revolution in patient care to meet the demands of the future. We continued our investment in the healing arts (pg. 16) at Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute, and, because of your support, more than 27,000 patients enjoyed and participated in the Arts in Medicine Program.

Our successes, accomplishments and celebratory moments reflect your commitment, dedication and belief in Baptist Health. We cannot thank you enough for your support and for joining us on our journey to drive impact through philanthropy to make a meaningful difference in our community and beyond.

A special thank-you to Bob Berrin, our retiring Board chair. He has been an outstanding leader over the past three years — always ready to go the extra mile for the Foundation. Throughout his term, which coincided with the pandemic, he was a steady and resilient force for progress. His commitment to improving healthcare in our community, especially during a challenging time, has been inspiring, and we are very grateful for his service.

We are excited to welcome Lani Kahn Drody as our new chair in 2023.

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Thanks a Million

A very special thank you to the following donors who made contributions of $1 million or more to Baptist Health Foundation to further our mission and advance patient care in South Florida:

Anonymous (3)

Abbhi Family Foundation

Sally E. Bauer, M.D.

Trish & Dan Bell

Best Meridian Insurance (BMI)

Miguel B. Fernandez Family Foundation

IVFMD / Juergen G. Eisermann, M.D.

The Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Foundation

The Donald C. McGraw Foundation

The Nateman Family

Robert T. & Eva Neuwelt

Mayer & Samira Saad

Stewart & Susan Satter

Harold & Miriam Seybert

Buddy Wilton & Shay Doll

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NOTABLE GIFTS

Supporting Quality Care

$66.3 million raised through your generosity

Over $30 MILLION raised in support of Baptist Health institutes and programs

NEARLY $15 MILLION RAISED IN SUPPORT OF RESEARCH AT BAPTIST HEALTH

OVER $15 MILLION RAISED IN SUPPORT OF DIRECT HOSPITAL NEEDS

Nearly $12 MILLION raised through institutional giving

216 NEW COMMITMENTS FROM DONORS TOTALING OVER $41 MILLION

Over $330,000 raised in support of Continuing Medical Education

1,226 GRATEFUL PATIENT GIFTS VALUED AT $32 MILLION

871 FIRST-TIME DONOR GIFTS TOTALING MORE THAN $20 MILLION

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FUNDRAISING OVERVIEW

$1.4 MILLION RAISED IN SUPPORT OF

$6.7 MILLION raised in support of patient services, research and clinical trials, education and training for healthcare staff, state-of-the-art technology, community outreach programs and more at the 2022 Grand Gala

11 planned giving and legacy gifts totaling over $2.6 MILLION

More than $750,000 raised for the Centers of Excellence in Nursing

“If you want to provide quality, compassion and care, you need to have philanthropy.”

$12 MILLION RAISED IN SUPPORT OF ENDOWED CHAIRS

OVER $8 MILLION RAISED IN CORPORATE GIFTS

$1.8 MILLION RAISED IN SUPPORT OF BAPTIST HEALTH ENDOWMENTS

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– KEVIN NATEMAN & DR. DAVID NATEMAN

Your Contributions at Work

More than $17 million disbursed by purpose

MILLION

More than 3,900 student athletes received physical exams through the Youth Athletic Outreach Program

MORE THAN 2,800 HALO® SLEEPSACKS WERE PROVIDED FOR NEWBORNS AT BAPTIST, HOMESTEAD AND SOUTH MIAMI HOSPITALS

SOUTH MIAMI HOSPITAL PROVIDED MORE THAN 7,760 OUNCES IN DONOR MILK TO THE BABIES IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NICU)

NEW PARENTS AND FAMILY MEMBERS VIEWED THEIR INFANTS IN REAL TIME OVER 50,000 TIMES VIA NICVIEW CAMERAS IN SOUTH MIAMI HOSPITAL’S NICU

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0 10 20 30 40 50 COMMUNITY OUTREACH 4% STAFFING & QUALITY CARE
EDUCATION & TRAINING 6% MEDICAL EQUIPMENT 8% PATIENT EXPERIENCE 6% RESEARCH &
CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION 16% $17
IMPACT BY THE NUMBERS
16%
INNOVATION 44%

Your generosity funded more than 70 CLINICAL TRIALS at MIAMI CARDIAC & VASCULAR INSTITUTE

PATIENT NAVIGATORS AT MIAMI CANCER INSTITUTE GUIDED AND BROUGHT PEACE OF MIND TO 8,700 PATIENTS THROUGHOUT THEIR CANCER JOURNEY, TOTALING SOME 36,600 TOUCHPOINTS

Your generosity helped fund eight visual artists, musicians and performers at Miami Cancer Institute, impacting more than 27,000 patients

97% of patients reported that the arts enhanced their experience while at the Institute

Supported specialized trainings for eight breast radiologists, benefiting the more than 50,000 patients seen by these physicians each year

Made it possible for more than 50 nurses at West Kendall Baptist Hospital to attend nursing conferences throughout the year

Philanthropy supported 17 new clinical trials, for a total of 39 donor-funded studies at MIAMI CANCER INSTITUTE

Your generosity also supported 11 research associates and fellows

Supported the purchase of 10 new telestroke carts at Miami Neuroscience Institute

Registered nurses and cardiovascular technologists at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute were able to obtain more than 150 learning licenses to access clinical pathways focusing on cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology

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A Look Back at Top Initiatives

Built on the principle that generosity begins at home, Baptist Health employees are invited to join their colleagues in making a contribution via payroll deduction and paid time off donation to support the fund of their choice.

n Employee participation increased by almost 50% in the 2022 Employee Giving Campaign

n Baptist Health entities with the highest participation:

Technology & Digital Department

Baptist Hospital | South Miami Hospital

DOCTORS DAY AND NURSES WEEK

DOCTORS DAY, an annual observance celebrated on March 30, is aimed at appreciating the physicians who help save lives every day.

GIVE MIAMI DAY

The Miami Foundation’s Give Miami Day is an annual initiative to celebrate and increase generosity in Miami-Dade County through online giving.

In 2022, nearly $200,000 was raised in just 24 hours in support of Baptist Health Foundation!

More than $30,000 was donated by grateful patients in honor of Baptist Health physicians on Doctors Day.

Celebrated May 6-12, NURSES WEEK is an annual event to raise awareness of the important role nurses play in modern healthcare.

Grateful patients are invited to make a gift supporting the Center for Excellence in Nursing of their choice and honor a specific team or nurse who provided extraordinary care for themselves or their loved ones — a nurse like Ma Delia H.

“Nursing is challenging, but I do it because I have so much passion for people. I want to make a difference. Knowing that we continue to do everything possible to help our patients and give them hope shows the world the power of what nurses can do, even during the most challenging times.” – MA DELIA H. | R.N., ICU, WEST KENDALL BAPTIST HOSPITAL

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Employee GIVING CAMPAIGN
ANNUAL GIVING
Milagros Fuentes, Laetitia Daniel and Shirley Sanabria

National Grateful Patient Day

On September 7, 2022, Baptist Health celebrated National Grateful Patient Day — a day to show our healthcare workers the appreciation they deserve.

MEET GRATEFUL PATIENT AND ANNUAL GIVING DONOR

When she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Teresa Frontado, mother of two, chose Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute for her care. She was thankful for the Institute’s renowned physicians, leadingedge treatments and emotionally supportive caregivers. She was also impressed by the holistic therapies — such as visual arts, craft making and music — which are all funded by donors. It made a difference not only to her but for her family. “What my daughter saw during her visits to Miami Cancer Institute really changed her perspective,” Frontado says. “She told me, ‘Mami, I was afraid of coming today, and I’ve been very afraid because you’re sick. But I’m so happy that I came, and I’m not afraid anymore.’ That was a game-changer for me, because I don’t want my children to be afraid. My daughter said, ‘Mami, I think you’re going to be OK.’” Grateful for the care she received, Frontado donates to support the Institute. “It’s a luxury, a privilege, to have Miami Cancer Institute in our community,” she says. “I want more women who are going through this experience to get the care that I got.”

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PHOTO BY LYNN PARKS Teresa Frontado, son Carlos and pup Freddy

CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY PARTNERS

Corporate Philanthropy Snapshot

TOP AREAS SUPPORTED BY CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY PARTNERS: Baptist Health South Florida | Baptist Outpatient Services | Miami Cancer Institute

OVER $8 million RAISED IN CORPORATE GIFTS

14 SIX- AND SEVEN-FIGURE CORPORATE GIFTS MADE IN 2022

220 ANNUAL CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY PARTNERS

6 CORPORATE THIRD-PARTY FUNDRAISERS HELD, RAISING $215,000 IN SUPPORT OF BAPTIST HEALTH FOUNDATION

751 GIFTS MADE IN 2022

EL CAR WASH

With $50,000 raised for pediatric oncology at Miami Cancer Institute, El Car Wash’s cause marketing initiative — called the “Baptist Health Membership” — proved to be a huge success. Across South Florida at 17 locations, El Car Wash promoted Baptist Health as its first “global” charity give-back partner and donated $1 per month for each new patron who selected the promotional membership.

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Corporate Donor Spotlights

IVFMD MILLION-DOLLAR GIFT

IVFMD, a fertility medicine practice founded by Juergen Eisermann, M.D., made a $1 million gift to Baptist Health Foundation in support of Baptist Health South Miami Hospital. A portion of the donation will be directed to the Center for Excellence in Nursing, which provides education, training, technology and other services for nurses; and the Child Development Center, a program that evaluates infants and children for potential problems that might require treatment, therapy or parent education. The gift will also fund programs at the hospital’s Center for Women & Infants, including a bedside transition nurse position, breast milk donations, infant sleep sacks and NICU cameras and beds, in addition to purchasing recliner chairs for patient rooms and supporting the hospital’s Grow2Heal garden.

“This gift is wonderful news,” said Bill Duquette, CEO of South Miami Hospital. “It will go a long way in helping the hospital sustain programs that benefit so many. Nurses, mothers, fathers, newborns, preemies and older children alike will be impacted by this gift – and our community will be stronger as a result. We greatly appreciate Dr. Eisermann’s support of South Miami Hospital and his many years of service to our community.”

RAISED OVER $4.2 MILLION IN SPONSORSHIPS

BEST MERIDIAN INSURANCE (BMI) $2 MILLION GIFT

Leveraging new and existing technology, Baptist Health is embarking on a modernization of the patient experience to meet consumer expectations. In 2021, the Digital Patient Smart TV and Engagement system was piloted at Baptist Health Baptist Hospital utilizing state-of-the-art technology to provide patients with a more personalized approach to care, along with increased comfort and peace of mind. With a $2 million gift from Corporate Philanthropy Partner Best Meridian Insurance (BMI), the implementation of high-tech, patient-centered features in hospital rooms will be launched throughout Baptist Health, helping create a revolution in patient care to meet the demands of the future.

“This incredible donation will make a huge difference for patients throughout Baptist Health,” said Patricia Rosello, chief patient experience officer at Baptist Health. “Digital smart TV and engagement systems represent the future of inpatient hospital care, with greater options for on-demand entertainment and amenities, and the ability to stay connected with loved ones. It will improve patient safety and make it easier for our clinical staff to provide the highest level of care.”

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TV Aa Virtual Rounding Patient Education Patient Satisfaction Care Journey Concierge Services Friends & Family Collaboration Patient Monitoring Patient/Staff Tracking Tele-Discharge Remote Consults Translation Service Bedside Entertainment

A Night to Remember

HONORING AN EXTRAORDINARY LEGACY

More than 1,500 community leaders, healthcare professionals, donors and corporate philanthropy partners came together at LoanDepot Park in May for a special celebration honoring Brian E. and Susan Keeley’s decades-long commitment to Baptist Health.

The Grand Gala was an opportunity for guests to reflect upon and honor the Keeleys’ visionary leadership and unparalleled contributions that transformed a single hospital in Miami into a renowned healthcare organization. Brian E. Keeley retired as CEO of Baptist Health on September 30, after 53 years of service.

“Leading the tremendously talented team at Baptist Health has been one of my life’s greatest privileges,” said Keeley. “Susan and I feel incredibly grateful for our community’s generosity over the years. Funds from this event will help to carry on the legacy of Baptist Health and further enhance what makes this organization so special — its people and its patients. I thank our employees, board members and supporters from the bottom of my heart for helping to make this longstanding vision a reality.”

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GRAND GALA
Dr. Susan Keeley and Brian E. Keeley

Aptly themed “Back to the Future,” the Gala featured a cocktail reception followed by a formal seated dinner, live and silent auctions, a drone light show and a presentation honoring Brian and Susan Keeley’s contributions to the South Florida community.

A highlight of the evening was the unveiling of a proposed new building on the Baptist Hospital campus — the Keeley Pavilion — which will house Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute’s Women’s Cancer Center.

The Grand Gala raised over $6.7 million. The funds raised will be used throughout Baptist Health to support exceptional patient services, research and clinical trials, education and training for healthcare staff, state-of-the-art technology, community outreach programs and more.

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“Philanthropy allows us to continue pushing boundaries and making breakthroughs in healthcare, bringing innovation in treatments and therapies to our patients,” said Alex Villoch, CEO of Baptist Health Foundation. “Every year, we are humbled by the tremendous support from our donors, but this year we are truly amazed. We look forward to continuing our mission of delivering exceptional, compassionate care to the communities we serve in South Florida.”
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Bo and Elizabeth Boulenger, Cynthia and Bruce Sherman

BOUNCE BACK FROM CANCER

Bounce Back with Udonis Haslem

Udonis Haslem, Miami HEAT forward and team captain, jumped at the chance to become event ambassador and social media influencer for the Bounce Back from CancerTM fundraising effort for Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute. He led participants in the two-mile walk from The Underline’s Brickell Backyard to the MiamiDade Arena on March 13, joining in plenty of selfies along the way. Haslem, a Miami native who has won three NBA championships and is the HEAT’s all-time leading rebounder, was named Sports Illustrated’s 2021 Hometown Hero for his community service

OVER $3.5 MILLION RAISED SINCE 2018

SPONSORS 34

PARTICIPANTS REGISTERED 744

TEAMS REGISTERED 83

UNIQUE DONATIONS

3,329

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and goodwill initiatives. Participating in Bounce Back from CancerTM is especially meaningful to him and hits close to home, as his mother and father both died of cancer.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to be a part of Bounce Back from CancerTM because it combines two of my passions — basketball and supporting the community,” said Haslem. “It’s a grassroots event that encourages people of all ages to get involved and raise money for research to end this devastating disease.”

As an ambassador for Bounce Back from CancerTM, Haslem understands the importance of raising critical funds to help build a world without cancer, and is an enthusiastic advocate, supporter and partner. His commitment to the cause shines a light on how we can all make a difference in our community, no matter how big or small.

Funds raised through Bounce Back from CancerTM continue to help Miami Cancer Institute conduct breakthrough life-saving research.

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The Healing Arts

Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute’s Arts in Medicine Program, part of the Cancer Patient Support Center services, encompasses visual, literary and performing arts and was designed to help patients harness the healing power of the arts to better cope with their illness and treatment. Research has shown that patients exposed to the arts experience less pain, decreased anxiety and a better overall mindset during cancer treatment.

Fully funded by philanthropy, the program gives patients the opportunity to engage with professional artists-in-residence who create and perform in the lobbies, waiting areas, chemotherapy infusion suites and the outdoor Meditation Garden. They also lead creative workshops in which patients can immerse themselves in music, song, color and visual beauty, and even create their own works of art.

Philanthropic support is vital to the longevity and sustainability of the Arts in Medicine

Program. Thanks to the generosity of many Foundation donors, the Institute has the funds necessary to support the program’s key components, including creative art therapies, artist residencies, research, supplies, technology, people and education.

Along with the Arts in Medicine Program, the Institute’s Art and Design Program cares for the whole person — body, mind and spirit.

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ARTS IN MEDICINE

The program features the works of dozens of visual artists and artisans from all over the world. A selection of handcrafted quilts and textiles, generously donated by JPMorgan Chase and dating from 1800 to the present, greets patients and visitors in the first-floor lobbies, while four large-scale sculptures by three distinguished American artists, donated by Earl and Christy Powell, enhance the surrounding grounds.

Baptist Health Foundation is grateful to JPMorgan Chase and the Powell family for their generous philanthropic support, which is perfectly aligned with the Institute’s commitment to provide complementary holistic support to cancer patients. Their contributions help attract and inspire others to join in providing the healing benefits of the arts to the Institute’s campus.

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In 2022, the Arts in Medicine Program impacted more than 27,000 patients, 97 percent of whom said that their experience at Miami Cancer Institute was enhanced by engaging in or viewing the creative arts.
“Baptist Health has been there for me, my family and our community – and is dedicated to excellence.”
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Leaving a Legacy

Grateful patient establishes planned gift to benefit Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute.

For years, Robert Neuwelt and his late wife Eva received exceptional care at Baptist Health. In 2014, Neuwelt suffered a sudden stroke and brain hemorrhage. He underwent a successful surgery performed by Vitaly Siomin, M.D., director of cerebral vascular surgery at Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute, but soon after suffered two seizures, which were treated by Institute neurologist Alberto Pinzon Ardila, M.D.

Neuwelt gradually recovered and today lives a normal life, which includes skiing in the winter and fishing and golfing the rest of the year. He was immensely grateful for the care he received at the Institute and felt a strong desire to give back. He decided to donate his condominium to Baptist Health, retaining a life estate, and in return he will receive income for the rest of his life and an immediate income tax deduction.

The gift of a home with a Retained Life Estate is a great way to make a meaningful impact, especially for anyone considering a gift to Baptist Health from their will or trust. Neuwelt is thankful that he had this opportunity to make a difference.

“I hope my gift will ensure that future patients will have the same care and therapies I received, with even more preventive options,” he said. Baptist Health Foundation is truly grateful for the foresight and generosity of Eva and Robert Neuwelt.

For more information about planned gifts or to tell us your planned gift story, contact Kevin Hughes, Director of Gift Planning, at GiftPlanning@BaptistHealth.net.

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PLANNED GIVING
Robert and Eva Neuwelt

ENDOWED CHAIRS

Honoring Excellence

An endowed chair is one of the most prestigious awards bestowed on physicians, acknowledging their outstanding contributions to the medical field. This high honor not only recognizes the physicians’ significant accomplishments, but also provides a stable source of funding to advance their work through philanthropy.

At Baptist Health, endowed chair recipients have the great privilege and responsibility of furthering our mission through their service and research. These physicians utilize the funding to deploy bold clinical research plans and treatments, allowing Baptist Health to provide the highest level of clinical care and enhance the patient journey.

Philanthropic support for endowed chairs is crucial in recruiting and retaining renowned physician leaders. Institutions with the most creative clinical and basic science research and most engaged physicians attract the best and brightest minds across medical disciplines, pushing the boundaries of medical advances.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, Baptist Health Foundation celebrated the establishment of six new endowed chairs at Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute and Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute:

ABBHI FAMILY ENDOWED CHAIR IN UROLOGIC ONCOLOGY | MURUGESAN MANOHARAN, M.D., CHIEF OF UROLOGIC ONCOLOGIC SURGERY

FERNANDEZ FAMILY FOUNDATION ENDOWED CHAIR IN CANCER RESEARCH | MANMEET

AHLUWALIA, M.D., CHIEF SCIENTIFIC OFFICER

IRMA BASS ENDOWED CHAIR IN STROKE NEUROLOGY | FELIPE DE LOS RIOS LA ROSA, M.D.

IRMA & KALMAN BASS ENDOWED CHAIR IN CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE | MICHAEL MCDERMOTT, M.D., CHIEF MEDICAL EXECUTIVE

KALMAN BASS ASSOCIATE ENDOWED CHAIR IN SKIN CANCER | NAIARA ABREU FRAGA BRAGHIROLI, M.D.

Deepak, Seema and Sankesh Abbhi with Murugesan Manoharan, M.D.

THE HARRY T. MANGURIAN JR. FOUNDATION ENDOWED CHAIR IN BAPTIST HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP SOUTH | BERNARDO FERNANDEZ, M.D., CEO OF BAPTIST HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP

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Michael McDermott, M.D.

Volunteer of the Year

At the close of fiscal year 2022, Baptist Health Foundation named Jim Carr Volunteer of the Year in recognition of his contributions and ability to connect with others through his passion for supporting Baptist Health.

When past Baptist Health Board of Trustees Chair Jim Carr first joined the Foundation board, he immediately embodied the philosophy that the more you give, the more you receive. As an ambassador for the Foundation, he has inspired many others to join him along the way.

He rapidly moved into a leadership role, becoming chair of the Foundation board in 1997. Upon completion of his term, his successor took over, but he was asked to step back in and complete the term as chairperson in 2003, making him the only person to have served as Board chair twice.

Carr has also given generously through his residential development company, CC Homes. He and his partner, Armando Codina, recently contributed $1 million to Baptist Health Foundation as a challenge grant, divided among four of the organization’s entities: Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute, Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute and Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute. This gift serves to inspire others to invest in transforming the future of healthcare in South Florida.

Carr is an integral part of Baptist Health. We are very grateful for his commitment to our mission, and proud to call him a friend.

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“I want to invest in an organization that continues to give such great care to the community.”
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AWARD RECIPIENTS
Bob Berrin, Alexandra Villoch, Jim Carr and Jay Hershoff

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS

Much of what we are able to accomplish at Baptist Health Foundation is thanks to our Board of Directors. Day in and day out, they voluntarily give their time, embrace the Foundation’s mission and help advance our organization.

Our directors are some of our most devoted and loyal advocates, leading by example and helping set the stage for our success. They are instrumental in helping develop new ideas to accomplish our goals and inspiring others to support Baptist Health through philanthropy.

In appreciation for the hard work demonstrated by our Foundation Board of Directors, the Foundation presents The Spark Award each year in recognition of board members who have raised $250,000 or more. In 2022, we were honored to recognize:

Michael B. Berman

Robert G. Berrin

Karel K. Foti

William H. Henneberry

Jay A. Hershoff, Esq.

Lourdes Jofré-Collett

Michael L. Katz

Barry T. Katzen, M.D.

John Cyrill Malloy III

Jane C. Packard

Jorge E. Perez, M.D.

Betty Anne Schilling

Albert R. Taño, M.D.

Jeffrey Taylor

Bill R. Tillett

William W. Wilson III

E. Carlton (Buddy) Wilton Jr.

Judith H. Zeder

The Victor E. Clarke Award is presented to board members whose total direct donations to Baptist Health Foundation have exceeded $1 million. In 2022, we were honored to recognize: Mary Blum

E. Carlton (Buddy) Wilton Jr.

The Physician Champion Pin is awarded to physicians who have collaborated with the Foundation in securing $1 million or higher in cumulative or single gifts. In 2022, we were honored to recognize:

Manmeet Ahluwalia, M.D.

Naiara Braghiroli, M.D.

Bernie Fernandez, M.D.

Galed Hakim, M.D.

Matthew Hall, M.D.

Leonard Kalman, M.D.

Michael McDermott, M.D.

Murugesan Manoharan, M.D.

Jorge Perez, M.D.

Lloyd Wruble, DMD

Michael Zinner, M.D.

Service Award Recipients

Robert G. Berrin – Foundation Chair 2019-22

Tomas P. Erban – Chair Emeritus

Karel K. Foti – Baptist Health Representative

Sofia Holtzman – South Miami Hospital Council Chair

Michael L. Katz – Miami Cancer Institute Council Chair

John Pasqual, M.D. – Bethesda Hospital Council Chair

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Patient Experience

Addressing the psychological, physical, social and spiritual needs of our patients during treatment and beyond through meaningful interactions is integrated into the fabric of Baptist Health. Philanthropy has been beneficial in enhancing the patient experience by supporting initiatives within our organization to allow our patients to feel heard, understood and cared for.

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Maria Beatriz Currier, M.D., and patient Andrea Johnson, R.N., and patient
PATIENT EXPERIENCE

Providing take-home HALO® SleepSlacks to babies born at Baptist Health Baptist Hospital, Baptist Health Homestead Hospital and Baptist Health

South Miami Hospital is an important step to ensure that families avoid a preventable tragedy. The accidental suffocation and strangulation of infants can be largely attributed to sleep environment risks associated with loose bedding and blankets. A sleep sack provides parents a safer and more effective way to swaddle their newborn. All three hospitals model safe infant sleep practices and advocate for providing safe sleep education to the families. Upon discharge, with the help of philanthropy, all parents are given a brand-new HALO SleepSack.

Studies show that babies fed human milk have better outcomes and less risk of infection, including lower rates of necrotizing enterocolitis, a life-threatening intestinal illness that affects primarily premature infants. At Baptist Health South Miami Hospital, philanthropy has helped launch a donor breast milk program to ensure that babies who need human milk can get it. In 2022, the hospital fed more than 7,760 ounces in donor milk to newborns in the neonatal intensive care unit, thanks to philanthropic support.

Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute offers a Patient Navigation Program to ensure that patients don’t have to face the challenges of a cancer diagnosis alone. Made possible through the generosity of our donors, the patient navigation team is there for patients every step of the way — whether they have questions about their diagnosis, concerns about treatment or need recommendations for support programs. Each patient is paired with a nurse navigator, who serves as an advocate to see that patients receive support and a treatment plan that best fits their needs. In 2022, more than 8,700 patients were impacted by the program.

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WHY I GIVE Naivi Rosete, R.N.

Research & Innovation

Through support of clinical trials and laboratory research, Baptist Health donors are helping find new ways to prevent, treat and cure various diseases and conditions, and educate the medical community on methods of diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Philanthropic partnerships will continue to catalyze our evolution into a destination for research, discovery, innovation and treatment.

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RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Manmeet Ahluwalia, M.D.

At Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, philanthropy supported over 70 new clinical trials in 2022. Philanthropy greatly impacts research that determines how the Institute treats and cares for patients facing complications due to heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. The STAR-T trial and the STAR-D trial — two double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trials that evaluate the DrugSorb-ATR™ Antithrombotic Removal System during cardiothoracic surgery — hold significant promise. Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute is one of 20 sites in the United States conducting this research.

At Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute and Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute, philanthropy supported a new clinical trial, bringing together the brilliant minds of two Baptist Health institutes and fostering collaboration across specialties. Led by Rupesh Kotecha, M.D., a radiation oncologist at Miami Cancer Institute, and Robert J. Rothrock, M.D., neurosurgical director of spinal oncology at Miami Neuroscience Institute, the clinical study “Dose-Escalated Spine SbRT (DESSRT) Trial for Localized Metastasis in the Spinal Column” aims to assess the feasibility and tolerability of dose-escalated spine stereotactic body radiation therapy in patients with new or recurrent spine metastases.

At Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute, the research team is encouraging and stimulating exploration into new treatments in orthopedics. Philanthropic dollars support the work of Silvia Balladares-Huete, M.D., an award-winning clinical research coordinator who is collaborating with the Institute’s lead physicians on 13 clinical trials and one industry trial. The impact of their research can determine the future direction of orthopedic studies to best improve outcomes.

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“We need to keep nurturing and supporting this first-rate facility.”
WHY I GIVE >>>
– MARIE & STEVE BEDNER
Robert J. Rothrock, M.D. Rupesh Kotecha, M.D.

Community Outreach

At Baptist Health, we pride ourselves on discovering new ways to promote health and wellness. Philanthropy empowers us to provide important, targeted community interaction for those who may not otherwise have access.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH
Keith Hechtman, M.D., with a Miami-Dade County high school student

In 2022, more than 3,900 student athletes were impacted by Baptist Health Orthopedic Institute’s Youth Athletic Outreach Program, which provides preventive care and treatment for injuries. Philanthropic support enables clinicians from the Institute to be onsite at all Miami-Dade County Public School varsity football games to provide care to those who need it and supports free EKGs and pre-participation screenings for high school athletes in Miami-Dade County.

To create opportunities for health and wellness in the Florida Keys, Baptist Health Mariners Hospital offers scholarships to individuals who are unable to afford a gym membership. The scholarships provide residents access to the hospital’s Wellness Center, encouraging consistent exercise to improve and prevent health issues. Philanthropy helped fund scholarships that impacted more than 40 residents in 2022.

The Homestead Community Health Center, affiliated with Baptist Health Homestead Hospital, delivers compassionate, patient-focused care to the South Dade community. Philanthropic dollars supporting community outreach have helped the center provide important medications to their underserved patients — migrant workers, undocumented immigrants and the homeless — allowing them to better manage preventable symptoms that could lead to further complications or hospitalization if left untreated.

Baptist Health West Kendall Baptist Hospital’s Healthy West Kendall initiative brings together business leaders, local government, health department officials, schools, churches, police/fire departments, civic organizations and neighbors to support healthy, active lifestyles and address the key factors that influence our health. Throughout the year, philanthropy helped support Healthy West Kendall initiatives benefiting the entire community.

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© 2021 LYNN PARKS
“Baptist has so much to offer to this community.”
>>>
SOFIA & RYAN HOLTZMAN
WHY I GIVE
West Kendall Baptist Hospital nurse and patient at the Healthy Hub

Staffing & Quality Care

Baptist Health strives to hire and retain the best staff and show appreciation for those who give so much of themselves to enhance the patient experience. Philanthropy affords us the unique opportunity to bring new and impactful services to our facilities by supporting staffing needs and allows us to say thankyou to our hard-working healthcare workers.

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STAFFING & QUALITY CARE
Miami Cancer Institute Gynecological team

Baptist Health Mariners Hospital — part of Baptist Health Cancer Care — is one of just two hospitals in the Florida Keys that offer medical oncology services. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, patients in the Keys can receive their cancer care close to home, avoiding the long drive to Miami. More than 1,000 patients benefited from the services in 2022.

The generosity of our donors has helped launch and support key initiatives to enhance the patient experience at Baptist Health South Miami Hospital. Funded entirely by philanthropy, two bedside transition nurses are leading an initiative that allows a mother and her baby to remain together immediately after delivery. Bedside transition serves many purposes, including no separation upon delivery, greater patient satisfaction, reduced healthcare costs and better outcomes for both mother and baby. Thanks to donor support, bedside transition is improving maternal newborn bonding — skin-to-skin contact to help maintain temperature and metabolic levels — while also promoting breastfeeding.

Through initiatives graciously funded by our donors, we have found many ways to show our staff how valued they are. Healthcare workers at Baptist Health Baptist Hospital and Baptist Health Doctors Hospital were celebrated throughout the year with meals, relief packages and other tokens of appreciation. Philanthropy allows Baptist Health to give back to those who give so much to our patients.

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“We felt that Baptist does so much in the community, we wanted to be a part of it.”
– GERALD JR. & JENNIFER ADGER GRANT
© 2021
WHY I GIVE >>>
LYNN PARKS Mariners Hospital nurses Shae Lykins, Leslie Turner and Ashley Garbutt South Miami Hospital nurse

Medical Equipment

Philanthropic support leverages our commitment to pair world-class medical experts with often life-changing equipment to best serve the needs of our community.

Medical advancements are rapid and ever-evolving, and Baptist Health donors ensure that we keep pace with cuttingedge equipment and technology.

Telemedicine carts are state-of-theart solutions that allow clinicians to communicate effectively via remote access for timely treatment of stroke patients across Baptist Health. Support for the technology behind Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute’s stroke program helps reduce time to treatment, regardless of the

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MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

patient’s geographic location. In 2022, 10 Amwell Telemedicine Carts were purchased for the Institute with philanthropic dollars.

Each year, more than 4,000 patients receive physical therapy at Baptist Health Mariners Hospital. Through the generosity of our donors, the hospital was able to purchase a NuStep Cross Trainer, which provides a low-impact workout for users at any fitness level or functional ability. The equipment helps patients reduce pain, increase range of motion and establish proper alignment.

In 2022, donor support helped Baptist Health Bethesda Hospital purchase cooling blankets for its neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Cooling therapy, also known as therapeutic hypothermia, is a treatment for babies born with asphyxia — a lack of oxygen and blood flow to the brain. A cooling blanket is used to lower the baby’s body temperature to 92.3°F, reducing the likelihood and severity of long-term impairment.

With the past surge of the COVID-19 Delta variant, clinicians in the intensive care unit (ICU) at Baptist Health Baptist Hospital needed a new GlideScope — a vital tool used during patient intubation. Philanthropic dollars made it possible for the ICU to purchase this state-of-the-art equipment to help secure patients’ airways and save lives.

At Baptist Health Doctors Hospital, philanthropy purchased a new Philips ultrasound machine for the noninvasive vascular lab to enhance imaging for the physicians, leading to better clinical decisions and the ability to accommodate more outpatient vascular procedures.

At Baptist Health Homestead Hospital, philanthropy supported the purchase of a lifesaving LUCAS 3 chest compressor, a helpful tool delivering consistent and high-quality chest compressions during CPR.

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>>>
WHY I GIVE
“Baptist is just a shining star.”
– MICHAEL & VALERIE KATZ

Education & Training

Educational resources and specialized trainings are powerful tools that enable Baptist Health clinicians to deliver the highest-quality care, improve patient outcomes and enhance their knowledge in the evolving medical field. Philanthropy is often the key to accessing unique trainings and educational opportunities and plays an essential role in equipping our clinicians with the most up-to-date practices and techniques to best serve our patients.

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EDUCATION & TRAINING
Rafael Alonso, ARNP, leads a code rescue training class

Bone marrow biopsies are frequently performed in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Thanks to philanthropic contributions, clinicians at Baptist Health Baptist Hospital and Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute can now receive ongoing training in performing biopsy procedures of the posterior spine and pelvic region with a Bonnie Bone Marrow Biopsy Skills Trainer™, a first-of-its-kind patient simulator.

In 2022, philanthropic funds made a meaningful difference for more than 80 nurses at Baptist Health Bethesda Hospital, Baptist Health Fishermen’s Community Hospital and Baptist Health West Kendall Baptist Hospital by allowing them to attend nursing conferences and bring back innovative practices, which are implemented throughout Baptist Health to provide top-of-the-line care for our patients.

Springboard Academy is a subscription-based online portal with two unique clinical learning pathways focusing on cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology. Philanthropy helped Baptist Health Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute secure 150 Springboard Academy online learning licenses for registered nurses and cardiovascular technologists. Through training modules, structured learning and reinforcement, staff will remain up-to-date with the latest technology and innovation, guidelines and evidence-based care.

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“Knowing you contribute to the well-being of your community is priceless.”
©
>>> WHY I GIVE
– JUAN & TERESITA MICHELENA
2021 LYNN PARKS
Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute’s Interventional Cardiology team Fishermen’s Community Hospital nurses Maria Reinstein, Laura Arbuckle and Hunter Paramore

The Year in Review

BAPTIST HEALTH SOUTH FLORIDA FOUNDATION, INC . Statement

For the

year ending September 30, 2022

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REVENUE & SUPPORT Gross Funds Raised $66,291,266 Net Funds Raised . . . . . . . . . . $62,454,363* *Present Value & Other Adjustments Other Income $55,085 Total Revenue & Support . . . . . . . . . . . $62,509,448 EXPENSES Total Program & Supporting Services Expenses $12,650,962 Total Program & Supporting Services as a Percent of Total Funds Raised . . . . . 20 .3%
of Activities
NET ASSETS n Without Donor Restrictions $35,419,279 n With Temporary Donor Restrictions $190,341,011 n With Permanent Donor Restrictions $31,211,427 TOTAL NET ASSETS AS OF SEPTEMBER 30, 2022 $256,971,717 System Support $17 .1M FINANCIALS 12% 74% 14%
fiscal

Dick Anderson

Jorge A. Arguelles

Ernesto Aviñó

Steven I. Bandel

Richard L. Barbara, Esq.

Elizabeth Rae Baxter

Maria Beguiristain, Esq.

Michael B. Berman

Vanessa M. Bertran, Esq.

Monica S. Betancourt

Mary Blum

Stephen A. Blumenthal

Charles Bowie

Steven J. Brodie

Joseph R. Buchanan, Esq.

Nina Perry Cahill

Guillermo Campos

Carolina Canida

Michael Peale Carrier

Dennis Carvajal

Bea Citron

Tobin Cobb

Linda M. Coggins

Shawn Crews

Liana M. De Mena

Steven M. Demar, CPA

Alan T. Dimond

Dawn Edwards

Kim Elliott

Eduardo Eraña

Pablo Estepe

Michael T. Fay

2021 – 2022 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS

OFFICERS

Robert G. Berrin, Chairman of the Board

Lani Kahn Drody, Vice Chairman

Tomas P. Erban, Chairman Emeritus

Robert Coward, Treasurer

E. Carlton Wilton Jr., Secretary

Alex Villoch, CEO

DIRECTORS

Joseph A. Fernandez

Pedro A. Fernandez

David Fiestal

Karel K. Foti

George W. Foyo

Pedro J. Garcia

Aileen Garciga

Alex Gierbolini

Jose Antonio Gonzalez

L. Felice Gorordo

Kristina Rae Gossman-Ducanes

Todd Gurne

William H. Henneberry

Mark A. Hernandez, M.D.

Jay A. Hershoff, Esq.

Sofia Holtzman

Lourdes Jofré-Collett

Lane M. Jones

Rebecca Karsenti, M.D.

Michael L. Katz

Alexandra Kelley

Erin D. Knight

Jason Koler

Rosario Rico-Toro Korn

Rudy Kranys

Alex Krys

Susan Matson Lampen

Jon Landau

James M. Leonard

Pascal Liguori

Steven Litinsky, M.D.

Theodore Feldman, M.D.

Ghassan Haddad, M.D.

Matthew Arsenault

Nancy Batista-Rodriguez

Lourdes Boue

Bo Boulenger

Bill M. Duquette

Todd Litinsky

Gail Ranieri Long

Manuel E. Machado

Brian Magrane, M.D.

John Cyril Malloy III

George M. Marakas, Ph.D.

Michael M. McCarthy

Kevin M. McGovern

Jhonny A. Mercado

Juan Antonio Michelena

Carly Miller

Mario J. Miranda

Brenda Maria Moreira

George R. Neugent

Gil Neuman

Stormet C. Norem

Jane C. Packard

Guillermo Pascual

John Pasqual, DMD

Adriana Pereira-Reyes

Jorge E. Perez, M.D.

Marcos A. Perez

Terry Perrin

Lillian M. Peters, CFP, CDFA

Abby Denise Portuondo

Sharon Prolow

Lindsay Rabito-Leonard

Mahendra Raolji

Evan T. Rees

David P. Reuter

Mark D. Rich

Lorraine Stolfi Rinella

HONORARY DIRECTORS

Yvonne Turner Johnson, M.D.

Barry T. Katzen, M.D.

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS

Bernie Fernandez, M.D.

Drew Grossman

Javier Hernandez-Lichtl

Brian E. Keeley

Christine Kotler

Nelson Lazo

Ana Lopez-Blazquez

Joe Natoli

Carlos J. Rodriguez

Lindy Roth

Darren Salinger, M.D.

Joel H. Schenkman, M.D.

Betty Anne Schilling

Julia Shen

Paul Skoric

Neil R. Sosler

Patricia Stanley

Claudia M. Stober

Donald S. Swatik, Ph.D.

Rupa Tak

Albert R. Taño, M.D.

Jeffrey Taylor

Bill R. Tillett

Wilfredo Valle

John T. A. Vanderslice

Audra Hill Wallace, CPA

J. Scott Weston

Joseph Weston

Charles L. White III

Vivian Williams

Aleta Williamson

William W. Wilson III

Barbara J. Wright

Marta Yee

Province (Boo) Zamek

Boris Zedan

Judith H. Zeder

Derek Papp, M.D.

Patricia Rosello

Kenneth Spell

Jack A. Ziffer, Ph.D., M.D.

Michael Zinner, M.D.

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