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2020

The Faces of Transplantation

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www.LifeLinkFoundation.org

This calendar is dedicated to those individuals who have given the gift of life, and to the professionals who make donation and transplantation a reality, so that thousands may live and celebrate another new year.


Recovered Organ Donors in Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico 700

600

500

400

300

200

100

FY

01-02

02-03

03-04

04-05

05-06

06-07

07-08

08-09

09-10

10-11

11-12

12-13

13-14

14-15

15-16

16-17

17-18

18-19

388

404

431

468

496

521

558

515

541

560

526

565

536

574

610

614

610

660

LifeLink® Foundation LifeLink Foundation consists of five divisions: LifeLink of Florida, LifeLink of Georgia, LifeLink of Puerto Rico, LifeLink Tissue Bank and LifeLink Transplantation Immunology Laboratory. In addition to these divisions, many departments provide the support and structure LifeLink needs in order to thrive. Those include Communications Services, Corporate Compliance, Facilities, Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, Information Systems and Public Affairs.

Photo courtesy of Rebekah Hilt

Message of Gratitude from the President/CEO and Chair of the Board With the passing of each season and the start of a new year, we take time to reflect on the success of the previous year. Thousands of individuals and their families are thriving because someone said “yes” to organ and tissue donation. Our team at LifeLink works countless hours, often in a critical, time-sensitive environment, to bring life and hope to others. Our focus on continuous performance improvement resulted in a record-breaking year for those served through our organ procurement organizations, transplantation immunology laboratory and Ms. Jean Aiken Davis

tissue bank, and is highlighted in this annual report. We appreciate and thank our community partner—hospitals, medical examiner offices, funeral homes, coroners, drive license offices and work places—whose support makes our mission possible. A final thank you goes to our dedicated volunteers for sharing their personal stories and inspiring others to register as organ and tissue donors. The LifeLink annual report represents the work of many dedicated individuals and serves as a tribute to the compassion and generosity of the donors and their families who make this life-changing work possible.

Dennis F. Heinrichs, BSN, MBA

Jean Aiken Davis President/CEO LifeLink Foundation

®

www.LifeLinkFoundation.org

Dennis F. Heinrichs Chair of the Board LifeLink Foundation

Nominate someone impacted by organ and tissue donation for the 2021 “Faces of Transplantation”! The LifeLink “Faces of Transplantation” calendar features photos

and stories of donor families, transplant recipients and living organ donors. If you and/or someone you know is interested to participate in the next “Faces of Transplantation,” submit an online nomination at www.LifeLinkFoundation.org/FacesOfTransplantation. Individuals can nominate multiple people and self-nominees are welcome! Numerous factors including age, race and gender are considered during the selection process each year to ensure a true and diverse depiction of donation and transplantation from the LifeLink of Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico service areas. Make your nomination today!


LifeLink Organ Procurement Organization (OPO) Service Areas LifeLink of Georgia (LLGA)

Focused on Saving Lives

State of Georgia

each provided a record number of organs for transplant

Thanks to the generosity of organ donors and their families, LifeLink of Florida and LifeLink of Georgia

and two counties

during the 2018-2019 fiscal year. Respectively, efforts by

in South Carolina:

LifeLink of Florida resulted in 726 organs transplanted

Aiken and Edgefield

from 247 donors, and LifeLink of Georgia facilitated 321 donors, resulting in 970 organs transplanted.

LifeLink of Florida (LLFL)

Both OPOs credit continuous process improvement, staff commitment to excellence, strong hospital and community partnerships, public education, donor family

15 counties in Florida:

support and the forethought of individuals who chose

Charlotte, DeSoto, Glades,

to join their respective state donor registries as key

Hardee, Hendry, Hernando,

contributors to another successful year.

Highlands, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Martin, Pasco,

Puerto Rico focused considerable effort on physician

Pinellas, Polk and Sarasota

engagement, which resulted in stronger relationships and understanding of need for their support of organ and tissue donation, and contributed to improved

LifeLink of Puerto Rico (LLPR)

pathways to facilitate donation. Partnerships with the College of Physicians, Hospital Association and those studying to become healthcare professionals promoted

Puerto Rico and

the importance of organ and tissue donation, and their

U.S. Virgin Islands

key roles in the process.

Recovery of Lungs in Florida and Georgia Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD) may occur when

OPO Partners

a patient does not meet brain death criteria, but their injuries are not survivable and the patient’s family

LLFL

chooses to discontinue lifesaving measures. Traditionally OPOs have been able to save three lives with DCD

63 hospitals, 8 medical examiner districts

by recovering the liver and both kidneys for transplant.

LLGA

As the need for transplantation grows, new therapies

185 hospitals, 412 coroners and deputy coroners, 4 medical

have made the recovery of lungs from DCD donors

examiner offices, 3 Georgia Bureau of Investigation Offices

possible. During the past year, seven patients received double lung transplants through this effort.

LLPR 59 hospitals and the Institute of Forensic Medicine

Donor Family Events LifeLink is committed to honoring the lifesaving legacies of donors well beyond the time of donation. Each OPO hosts events for donor families to join together with staff in

% of Recovered

60% LLFL

(Deceased)

remembering those who gave the gift of life, including

Organ Donors

Services of Remembrance and Tree of Life dedications.

who had joined the organ, tissue and eye donor registry*

47%

LLGA

23%

LLPR

*When an adult aged individual registers as an organ, tissue and/or eye donor, their decision is legally binding. At the time of a registered donor’s death, it is the recovery organization’s obligation to honor that individual’s donation decision to the best of its ability. This decision cannot be overturned by family or friends of the decedent.

Donor families are actively engaged in events honoring their loved ones.

2018-2019 Organ Donors by OPO/Lives Saved

OPO

OR G A N

OR GANS

L I V ES

DONORS

RECOVERED

SAVED

LLFL

247*

726*

680*

LLGA

321*

970*

901*

LLPR

92

208

199

Total

660

1,904

1,780 *Record Year

For more information visit www.LifeLinkFoundation.org. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)


Saving Lives is a Shared Victory Engagement of hospitals, medical examiners, coroners, funeral homes and other community partners throughout the Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico service areas has allowed donationfriendly communities to thrive, so that the act and process of

HRSA’s “Workplace Partnership for Life” Hospital Campaign Results

giving life through donation and transplantation is now woven

MEDAL WINNERS

into their organizational culture.

PLATINUM

This is evident in the faces of hospital

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

staff, family, friends and strangers who line

LLFL:

22

4

7

10

hospital hallways during an Honor Walk

LLGA:

41

16

14

7

to pay respect to an organ donor as they

*LLPR:

29

22

9

1

92

42

30

18

take their final journey to the operating

TOTAL

room; and also in the Donate Life flags

*Represents 100% hospital participation within OPO service area.

that fly above hospitals and funeral homes to remind passersby that renewed life can come from great loss. It is evident when hospital or driver license office staff spend their spare time decorating “Rocks For

182 TOTAL WINNERS Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) “Workplace Partnership For Life” hospital campaign recognizes the efforts of hospitals that work in partnership with their local organ, tissue and eye recovery organizations to support education about donation in their communities.

Life”, to hide near and far for others to find, hoping to spark thoughts of donation when they are discovered. It is evident when coroners and medical examiners facilitate donation by efficiently gathering needed evidence so that donation can take place in a timely manner; and when transplant centers and OPOs work together to celebrate the gift of life by dramatically lighting local landmarks blue and green during Donate Life Month. Most of all, this is evident in the once in a lifetime moments where donor families share their loved ones’

stories, recipients search for words of gratitude and, sometimes, a donor mom gets to hear her son’s heart beat again, in the chest of the patient whose life he saved. Photos, shown counter clockwise from top left: Hospital staff and other community members line a hallway while paying respect to an organ donor as part of an Honor Walk. / Hospital and funeral home partners raise Donate Life flags in support of organ and tissue donation, particularly right before or during time of donation. / During Donate Life Month local supporters of donation, including driver license office personnel, decorated and scattered “Rocks for Life” throughout communities to help prompt conversations about registering as organ and tissue donors. / Coroners from across Georgia proudly show support for donor mom Sadria Strong during a 2019 conference. / Donor mom Tammy Zettles listens to the heartbeat of her son, DJ, inside the chest of DJ’s heart recipient, Bernie. Tammy and her two surviving children, RJ and Sabrina, are also featured in June calendar photo, located further along in this publication.

For more information on donor family outreach visit www.LifeLinkFoundation.org/Donor-Families. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)

Jennifer Opprecht, Tissue Recipient

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ennifer closed her eyes after a long day of work, ready to recharge her body. A few hours later, she awoke to the worst pain she had ever felt. It began in her neck and radiated down both arms. Jennifer’s husband, Matt, rushed her to the hospital where she was immediately referred to a neurosurgeon. Weeks of testing revealed Jennifer needed surgery at four levels of her cervical spine to prevent paralysis from the neck down. Because of a tissue donor, Jennifer’s six-hour spinal surgery was a success. Today, Jennifer continues her hobbies of refurbishing furniture and home remodeling. When recounting her tissue transplantation experience she says, “I went to sleep that night never dreaming that the coming days would be so profound and life-changing for me. I am thankful for the person who donated bone that was able to be placed in my spine. They are a part of me forever, both physically and emotionally.”


LifeLink Transplantation Immunology Laboratory Evaluations

Transplants Facilitated by Lab Transplant Patients

2,996

Heart

Living Donors

Deceased Donors

812

644

Total: 4,452

89

36,083 tests for pre-transplant 6,763 tests for post-transplant

Liver

203

Florida Transplant Centers Served

Lung

40 The Transplant Institute of Florida, Largo Tampa General Hospital Advanced Organ Disease and Transplantation Institute, Tampa

Kidney

592

Advanced Organ Disease and Transplantation Institute at Lee Health, Fort Myers Cleveland Clinic Florida, Weston

Kidney/Pancreas

Broward Health, Fort Lauderdale

8 TOTAL:

932

Memorial Regional Hospital, Hollywood Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Hollywood

For more information visit www.LifeLinkFoundation.org/Our-Story. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)

John Ware, Kidney Recipient & Donor Family Member

J

ohn, after retirement from service with the United States Army, along with his wife, Barbara, immersed themselves in volunteering for many organizations. Early on in their marriage, John and Barbara discussed organ donation and decided together to register as organ and tissue donors. They had no idea how intertwined their lives would later become with those decisions. Kidney failure, brought on by high blood pressure, resulted in John enduring four years of dialysis before he received a kidney transplant. “If I had not received my transplant, I would not be here today. I am forever grateful to

my donor and their family,” says John. Eight years later, Barbara suffered a stroke, and her decision to be an organ donor was honored. Barbara loved gardening and John remembers her each time he sees a flower. John, who was married to Barbara for nearly forty-seven years, thinks of her daily and remains proud of her ability to give life to others.


A

t 18 years old, Linnette was

told by doctors that she was in liver failure due to an autoimmune hepatitis condition and needed a liver transplant. The news was hard for Linnette to hear. Thankfully, three months later, Linnette received the call that a new liver had been found. Today, she enjoys renewed life with family and friends. Linnette had the opportunity to meet her donor’s family and thank them in person for giving her the opportunity to achieve her dreams. She shared her transplant experience with them and offered her endless gratitude for receiving the ultimate gift someone can have, life itself.

Linnette Santiago Vélez, Liver Recipient

LifeLink Tissue LifeLink Tissue Bank

Bank

LifeLink Tissue Bank is the largest non-profit tissue bank in the Southeastern United States and provides more than 50,000 allografts annually to orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgical specialists. Though our skilled team is equipped to recover all life-enhancing tissue grafts, we specialize in the processing and distribution of spine, sports and general orthopedic grafts.

% of Recovered

LifeLink Tissue Bank recognizes that each allograft placed has a backstory filled with medical professionals, community partners, LifeLink staff, and of course a donor and their family, who make life-enhancing tissue transplantation a reality for patients in need. Seminars, such as “Donation & Transplantation: The Full Circle” and “The Journey of the Gift,” are offered throughout the year for healthcare personnel who care for tissue recipients, to ensure the magnitude of such gifts is recognized. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded for completion.

who had joined the organ, tissue and eye donor registry*

LifeLink Tissue Bank is proud of many partnerships that are benefitting patients locally, Tissues recovered nationally and internationally: by LifeLink Tissue Bank ■■ LifeLink provides Zimmer Biomet with private labeled sports allografts, which repair sports-related injuries, returning patients to active lifestyles throughout the U.S.

SKIN: primarily used to assist in the healing of burn patients

■■ LifeLink processes a fresh amniotic membrane, placental tissue donated by new mothers after the births of their babies, for Organogenesis which is used as a wound covering.

BONE: used for a

■■ HCT Regenerative is a Taiwan-based tissue bank whose partnership efforts with LifeLink provides allografts for patients suffering from sports, orthopedic and/or spine injuries.

TENDONS: often used

■■ LifeLink supplies allografts to Joint Operations, a UK-based company that supports general orthopedic and sports allografts.

variety of orthopedic and spinal procedures

for sports-related injuries VALVES: used commonly in heart valve replacement surgeries

■■ Bioventus and LifeLink have developed a unique Cortical Fiber allograft to promote fusion after spine surgery.

66% LLFL

(Deceased)

Tissue Donors

59%

LLGA

20% LLPR

*When an adult aged individual registers as an organ, tissue and/or eye donor, their decision is legally binding. At the time of a registered donor’s death, it is the recovery organization’s obligation to honor that individual’s donation decision to the best of its ability. This decision cannot be overturned by family or friends of the decedent.

Tissues processed and distributed by LifeLink Tissue Bank SPINAL GRAFTS: designed to promote fusion and help patients who suffer from severe and/or chronic pain to lead normal lives SPORTS GRAFTS: used in joint restoration procedures to help restore movement to patients suffering from pain and discomfort that prevents them from enjoying active lifestyles GENERAL ORTHOPEDIC GRAFTS: help to promote bone formation, optimize healing and accelerate a patient’s return to normal function

To learn more about our innovative work visit www.LifeLinkTissueBank.org. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)


Public Education Volunteers 2018-2019 ACTIVE

NEW VOLUNTEERS

VOLUNTEERS

TRAINED

Public Affairs in Georgia, Florida and Puerto Rico The key strategic initiatives of the Public Affairs

LLFL

162

2,669

55

Department include securing donor registrations,

LLGA

75

1,167

35

awareness about organ and tissue donation facts

LLPR

45

6,614

5

promoting the LifeLink brand and increasing with internal and external audiences. Focus areas include social media, media relations, events, community education, multicultural outreach, government relations, volunteer management, brand management and graphic design. LifeLink

Minority Education in Florida

works closely with educators to create a

LifeLink of Florida, in addition to working with the student chapter of

foundation for saving lives through organ and

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., at the University of South Florida (USF),

tissue donation. LifeLink of Georgia partnered

also works with the local Gamma Eta Sigma Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta

with Reinhardt University’s Cauble School of

Sigma to increase education about donation in predominantly Black

Nursing and Health Sciences to host a high-

communities throughout Tampa. This partnership was born, in part, due

fidelity trauma simulation for a realistic look at the

to several chapter members having been personally impacted by organ

process of organ donation, for the dual-purpose

and tissue donation and transplantation. As part of joint year-round

of community education and creating a hands-

education efforts and in celebration of Donate Life Month, the inaugural

on experience for nursing students. Reinhardt

gospel concert “Praise For Life” was held during April and brought

faculty, staff and students, along with community

in a full house. The program featured a variety of faith-based musical

partners and LifeLink of Georgia representatives,

and dance performances inspired by organ, tissue and eye donation.

helped with preparation and production of the

Additionally, donor families, organ recipients and medical professionals

simulation. The program began with a fictional

from the community discussed the importance of registering as a donor.

student, involved in a texting and driving accident, being transported by air ambulance to an emergency room setting. The story then transitioned to actors, portraying members of the student’s family, honoring his decision to save lives as a registered donor and later finding comfort from the knowledge that he lived on in others through donation. LifeLink of Florida and USF’s collegiate chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., continued partnership efforts to heighten understanding of organ, tissue and eye donation among African American students through educational events. One such event was

The Florida Fellowship Super Choir was one of many acts to bring down the house at “Praise For Life.”

a panel discussion in April to kick off Donate Life Month. The panel included medical professionals

involved in the donation and transplantation

Minority Education in Georgia The Multicultural Donation Education Program (MDEP) focused on educating minority communities throughout the state, mainly Black and Hispanic communities, about the importance of organ, tissue and eye donation, and registering on Georgia’s donor registry. In Macon, the “Art of Life” art contest, a partnership between LifeLink of

process, as well as emergency medicine providers who explained how hospitals work to save lives until all life-saving options are exhausted, before bringing in donation professionals to facilitate donation after a patient has passed away.

Georgia, Macon Chapter of The Links, Inc., Tubman African American Museum and Bibb County Public Schools, encouraged students to create art that conveyed the Donate Life message. Artwork was judged for creativity, artistic ability and incorporation of organ donation. First, second and third place prizes were awarded, and all submitted artwork was included in a gallery viewing at the Tubman African American “Art of Life” contest winner, Tahj White, shown with his artwork that placed first in competition.

Museum, which was open to the public.

Nursing students worked with medical professionals to simulate the process of donation for peers at Reinhardt University.

Two programs implemented by LifeLink of Puerto Rico were chosen for recognition by Donate Life

New Legislation in Georgia

America Pinnacle Awards. The program “Rally

On February 22, 2019, the Georgia Senate unanimously passed Senate

por la Vida,” or “Rally for Life,” involved visits to

Bill 99 (SB 99), authored and introduced by Georgia State Senator

supermarkets and shopping centers with a mobile

Tyler Harper, to provide Georgians with the opportunity to join

stage, and incorporated culturally iconic music

Georgia’s organ, tissue and eye donor registry when applying for a

to attract, educate and register members of the

hunting, fishing or trapping license through the Department of Natural

community as organ and tissue donors in four

Resources online licensing system. SB 99 also unanimously passed the

different municipalities on the west side of the

Georgia House of Representatives, and a signature by Georgia Governor

island. The other program was the 2nd Annual

Brian Kemp made it official. SB 99 goes into effect with the new fiscal

Nursing School Congress, during which nursing

year, and adds an additional avenue of registration on Georgia’s organ,

students at The Interamerican University,

tissue and eye donor registry. Other avenues include registrations when

Guayama Campus;

obtaining or renewing a driver license or state ID card through the

Pontifical Catholic

Department of Driver Services, online at www.DonateLifeGeorgia.org

University of Puerto

or by filling out a donor registry card.

Rico, Ponce Campus; Sacred Heart University;

Media Stories

and University of

Television Radio

LLFL

22

LLGA 55

Print Web

4

33 94

59

61 16

Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus, were given a donation-related topic to explore and develop

LLPR 27 150 14 15

a presentation for,

TOTAL 104

which were presented

213

(Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)

108 125

at a community event.

Volunteers in Puerto Rico help Rally por la Vida program efforts by promoting organ and tissue donation throughout their community.


Donor Registrations by Source

Artwork that Saves Lives

Source

to join their state donor registry during a

LLFL LLGA LLPR

Driver License Transactions 240,487

450,940

12,232

One way to encourage driver license customers transaction is to highlight the importance of donation throughout the office, so that by the time they reach the counter, thought has

Online

6,764

In Person

762

*National Registry

TOTAL

1,121 1,827 761 6,786

20,507 25,530 N/A

268,520 478,352 20,845

already been given to registering as an organ, tissue and eye donor. LifeLink works with driver license issuing agencies in Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico year-round. One such partnership memorialized Highlands County (Florida) Deputy Sheriff William Gentry, whose family carried out his decision to become a donor after he was

*The National Donate Life Registry (www.RegisterMe.org) launched in 2015 and is managed by Donate Life America. The national registry allows individuals throughout the United States to register as organ, tissue and eye donors. For the majority of states, Florida and Georgia included, donor registrations from the national registry are automatically funneled into the respective state donor registry where that individual resides.

killed in the line of duty in May 2018. Deputy Gentry’s story is featured on a wall mural, titled the “Tree of Life”, at the Highlands County Tax Collector’s Office. The artwork is intended to inspire customers to say “yes” to donor registration, and then encourage them to sign and place a leaf on the Tree of Life. Numerous driver license offices in the LifeLink of Florida and Puerto Rico areas have artwork encouraging donation, and, in both Florida and Georgia there are annual donation awareness campaigns in April, as well as donation information shared on

Social Media

in-office television screens. LifeLink of Puerto

In today’s digital age, LifeLink understands the importance

Rico visits with and provides education to driver

of engaging individuals through social media with the Donate

license office staff and customers alike.

Life message. Currently LifeLink maintains active accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn. For up-to-date information and to interact with LifeLink, follow us on social media today!

Social Media Accounts by OPO

LLFL LLGA LLPR

Facebook LifeLinkOfFlorida

LifeLinkGA LifeLinkDePuertoRico

Twitter

LifeLinkFL LifeLinkGA LLPR_DoneVida

Instagram

LifeLinkFL

LifeLinkGA LifeLink_PuertoRico

YouTube

LifeLinkFL

LifeLinkGA LifeLinkDePuertoRico

In addition to the above listed social media accounts, LifeLink Foundation has a presence on LinkedIn.

The story of Highlands County Deputy Sheriff William J. Gentry, Jr., who served as a canine handler, inspires others to consider organ and tissue donation through the “Tree of Life” donation-themed artwork.

2019 Donate Life Rose Parade Float On January 1, 2019, organ donor Briana Brooks symbolically represented all LifeLink organ and tissue donors when her image was featured on a floragraph—a portrait made entirely of floral and other organic material—on the Donate Life Rose Parade Float, as part of the iconic Rose Parade, viewed in-person from Pasadena, California, and via television on New Year’s Day by millions worldwide. 2019 marked the 16th annual appearance of the Donate Life Rose Parade Float, which in addition to floragraphs of organ, tissue and eye donors, featured transplant recipient float riders and walkers alongside the float who were living organ donors. Briana Brooks registered as a donor when she received her learner’s permit. Later, in 2014, Briana was a young mother of two, pregnant with her third child, and studying for a career in healthcare when she and her fiancé were kidnapped at gunpoint. Both were found hours later with catastrophic injuries. Briana’s fiancé had already succumbed to his injuries and she was barely alive. At the hospital Briana underwent an emergency C-section to save her unborn child, Kaylie. Doctors told Briana’s family her injuries were not survivable and three days later Briana’s donation decision was honored and her gifts of life saved four people. Her family took great comfort in knowing that through donation, Briana would be remembered not for the brutal way in which she died, but rather for the lives she saved as an organ donor. Five years later, Kaylie, along with sister Kylee and grandmother Sadria were able to celebrate the legacy of life given by Briana in Pasadena, alongside other Donate Life Float participants, as part of festivities surrounding the 2019 Rose Parade.

Donor mom, Sadria Strong, holds Briana’s floragraph during an event to put the finishing touches on the details of Briana’s face.

Research and Development The primary goal of LifeLink is to recover lifesaving organs and tissues for transplantation. However, there are instances when those organs and/or tissues are unable to be transplanted, in which case they can still be directed to help others in need through research initiatives. Research & Development aids LifeLink efforts to maximize all gifts of

332 organs placed for research in 2018-2019

donation with a shared goal to benefit donation and transplantation outcomes through scientific endeavors.

Working with

20 active research entities to whom LifeLink provides organs or tissue for research. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)


Behind the Scenes Human Resources

Information Systems The Information Systems Department

LifeLink is dedicated to making sure

is dedicated to delivering high systems

employees possess the training and skills

availability in support of the LifeLink mission, providing

they need to provide the best service to our

technology integrated with cybersecurity safeguards and

donor families, communities and internal peers.

YEARS

The Human Resources Department is committed to leadership and provides training for management and nonmanagement staff alike. “LifeLink University” offers training modules on an array of topics ranging from customer service to team building. Dedication to the growth of employees is just one of many things that makes LifeLink an ideal employer.

More than 550 LifeLink University Modules completed

®

+

213 Employees

using technical innovation to ensure 24/7 operations.

Communications Services The Communications Services Department Communications Coordinators are standing by 24-hours-a-day to assist callers. This ensures donor referral calls are received in real-time and potential

10+ Years

donation opportunities are identified as soon as possible.

560 Full-Time

LifeLink receives an average of more than 400 calls per day

and Per Diem Employees

Referrals

75,710

Other Referral Related Calls, Including Follow-up

59,346

Other Calls

14,205

Total Call Volume

Facilities The Facilities Department fields more than 3,000 service calls annually for the eight LifeLink office locations in Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico, representing 193,345 square feet to maintain. As an example, at the LifeLink Tampa campus Facilities handles the changing of 1,500 air filters each year.

149,261

Corporate Compliance Ensuring that LifeLink staff adhere to safety, process and ethical measures in fulfillment of the LifeLink mission is the goal of Corporate Compliance Department. Employees are required to complete annual trainings that focus on confidentiality, Code of Conduct and many other topics. Foundation wide and departmental audits are facilitated by the Corporate Compliance Department, and resources are available for all staff to report Corporate Compliance violations.

LifeLink Legacy Fund® LifeLink Legacy Fund is a supporting organization of LifeLink

LifeLink Legacy Fund

Foundation that provides funding to further the mission of saving

joined forces with

lives through organ and tissue donation and transplantation. Aid for

Lions Eye Institute for

research and development, medical student research/intern programs

Transplant and Research

and pre-and post-organ transplant patients in financial need are just a few of the LifeLink Legacy Fund impactive initiatives led this past year.

Funds raised during 2018-2019 fiscal year:

$265,000 Patients Helped:

116

TOTAL:

$231,000

Through Ybor 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run during

2019

Donate Life Month in historic Ybor City in Tampa, Florida. The race was held to promote the lifesaving message of organ, tissue and eye donation, and to

To date, 26 PEOPLE have received a lifesaving organ transplant thanks to financial assistance received from the LifeLink Legacy Fund “PLEDGE PROGRAM.” Of those, 21 pledges have been fulfilled and five transplanted patients are still accessing their pledge funds. Ten patients are enrolled in the program and awaiting transplant. This program helps patients meet necessary funding requirements for placement on the national organ transplant waiting list. Last year, LifeLink Legacy Fund awarded numerous research and community grants, including for a clinical research internship program aimed at providing pre-medicine college students a hands-on experience working directly with transplant physicians in a hospital setting. The LifeLink Legacy Fund also provided significant funding to LifeLink Research & Development for expansion of a clinical suite.

Distribution of Support

(LEITR) to host the Roar

Research and Community Grants: $105,000 Pre- and PostTransplant Patient Care: $126,000

raise money for LifeLink Legacy Fund and LEITR. The race garnered nearly 1,600 race registrations.

LifeLink Legacy Fund Board of Directors: Larry F. Jones, BA Chair Victor D. Bowers, MD Dennis F. Heinrichs, BSN, MBA William M. LeFor, PhD Ms. Martha Minahan Thomas C. Pearson, MD, PhD

Dana L. Shires, MD Joel T. Van Sickler, MD Ms. Jean Aiken Davis (Not a Director) Stephanie Hernandez, MAcc Treasurer (Not a Director) Ms. Linda Arant Corporate Secretary (Not a Director)

Mr. Richard Redmon

For more information on ways you can help visit www.LifeLinkLegacyFund.org. (Data represents LifeLink 2018-2019 fiscal year, 7/1/18-6/30/19)


Trish Phillips, Living Kidney Donor and Kimberly Bennett, Kidney Recipient

JANUARY SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

FEBRUARY 2020 1 2 3 4 New Year’s Day

DECEMBER 2019

S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Epiphany

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

#BellyLaughDay

26 27 28 29 30 31

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modern day Thelma and Louise, the best friend duo of Kimberly and Trish are quite the pair. They are never far from adventure and enjoy living life to the fullest. When Kimberly was diagnosed with IgA nephropathy, a kidney disease that occurs when an antibody builds up in the kidneys, she began dialysis with the knowledge that a transplant would be in her future. In the meantime Trish, after seeing her friend struggle with the effects of dialysis, knew she had to be tested as a living donor.

Doctors requested Trish change her diet and lose weight before the transplant could take place. Trish followed the doctors’ recommendations and her kidney donation to Kimberly was approved. “I didn’t just save Kimberly’s life by being her kidney donor. She gave me an important gift of life too—a healthier lifestyle,” says Trish. Kimberly says of her living donor, “I am in awe of her. I can’t even describe how grateful I am to Trish. Forever grateful.”

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Adrian White, Lung Recipient

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hen Adrian began experiencing blurry vision, doctors ran numerous tests to determine the cause. They found a blockage in his lung and, after several misdiagnoses, Adrian learned he had sarcoidosis—an inflammatory disease that affects multiple organs in the body with abnormal masses forming in those organs. Doctors told Adrian he would eventually need a lung transplant. Over the next seven years doctors maintained

the stability of Adrian’s lungs with medication. Then, within six months of being placed on the transplant waiting list, Adrian received his second chance. He has always enjoyed traveling, art and being active with his fraternity, Phi Beta Sigma, Inc., and is grateful to still be able to enjoy those things thanks to his transplant. “I’m very thankful to my donor’s family for allowing me the opportunity to live,” says Adrian.

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Kelly Johnson, Kidney Recipient and Donor Family Member

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sudden onset of health issues led Kelly to make an appointment with her doctor, who diagnosed her with a bladder infection. Despite medication, her health declined further. Days later she was admitted to the hospital with a high creatinine level and tests showed she was in kidney failure. Kelly slipped into a coma for ten days and spent a month in the intensive care unit. Kelly’s sister, Jamie, immediately asked to be tested as a living kidney donor when doctors explained transplant was the only option. She told Kelly, “I need my sister. I don’t need two kidneys. Let me do this for you.”

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Jamie had a twinkle in her eye as she told Kelly she was a perfect match, almost as if they were identical twins. Seven months after Kelly received Jamie’s kidney, Jamie was tragically killed. It was with Jamie’s giving spirit in mind that her family agreed to organ donation. In memory of Jamie, Kelly designed a butterfly garden and every time she sees a butterfly, she remembers the lives that Jamie saved, including her own.

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LOCATION COURTESY OF THE BUTTERFLY ESTATES, FORT MYERS, FL


Mattie Joyner, Liver Recipient

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t only six weeks old, Mattie’s parents knew something wasn’t right with their daughter’s health. She didn’t gain weight and was very lethargic. Medical tests, including a liver biopsy, revealed a diagnosis of Alagille Syndrome—a genetic liver disorder caused by abnormalities in the bile ducts. Mattie’s parents understood that in order to give their third daughter a chance for a better quality of life, she would need a liver transplant. After four months on the transplant waiting list, at the age of two, Mattie received

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a new liver. Her mom, Kristi, says, “It was bittersweet. I knew we were given a longer childhood with my baby, but another family had lost theirs. Her donor’s family is never far from my mind.” Today, Mattie is a lively teenager who loves playing volleyball and basketball. About receiving the gift of life Mattie says, “If I could meet the parents of the child who gave me their liver, I would start crying because I am so thankful. I could have died if it wasn’t for this family.”

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Ashley Dean, Lung Recipient

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sibling history of cystic fibrosis (CF) led doctors to diagnose Ashley with CF when she was only one week old. Her older brother by two years, David, was also diagnosed at an early age. David sadly lost his courageous fight when he was 21; one month after Ashley was listed for a lung transplant. Still grieving the loss of her brother, Ashley received a double lung transplant after 13 months on the waiting list. A few years later she met and married Jason; a milestone Ashley never thought she would achieve. Due to the nature of CF, after seven years of renewed health, Ashley found herself once again receiving the gift

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of life through a second double lung transplant. Her dream of being a mother became a reality through foster parenting. “My calling is to love on kids and help others as I have been helped,” says Ashley. “As foster parents, Jason and I are able to provide a loving and safe environment for children who otherwise don’t have that care.” Ashley’s beautiful family is possible because of two donors who gave life through donation. “I am so grateful for their selfless gifts, so ® people like me can experience abundant life,” says Ashley.


The Zettles Family, Donor Family

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J was a gracious and kind young man who was diagnosed with nocturnal seizures at the age of 20. Two years later DJ experienced a seizure that deprived his brain of oxygen for an extended period of time. His mom, Tammy, spent the next week searching for a sign of how to move forward as DJ lay unresponsive in the hospital. After a conversation with a friend who had also recently lost a child, she knew DJ would want her to say “goodbye” and allow his legacy to continue on through organ donation.

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“DJ loved fishing. If he could have lived on the water he would have,” said Tammy. “Our family, including DJ’s brother and sister, RJ and Sabrina, feel closer to DJ when we are doing what he loved.” The Zettles family has met both DJ’s kidney and heart recipients. Tammy says of those experiences, ® “It is healing and comforting to know DJ helped these individuals live life!”


Hu, Michael and Andrew Whitten, Kidney Recipients and Juliet Whitten, Living Kidney Donor

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he bond between brothers is unbreakable, but when an unidentified kidney disease binds you together, the bond is even stronger. Kidney disease was passed down from the Whitten brothers’ grandfather, who received a kidney transplant in 1983. The four brothers were diagnosed at very young ages and had annual blood work to monitor the disease’s progression. In 2013, after being on the active transplant waiting list for just six hours, Hu became the first Whitten brother to receive a kidney and pancreas transplant. Four weeks later, Michael was involved in a paired kidney donation

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chain with their Aunt Judy. Five years after that, Andrew received the gift of life from his sister-in-law, Hu’s wife, Juliet. In the future, Christopher, the fourth Whitten brother (not pictured), will also need a kidney transplant. Today, Hu is able to share his family’s journey through his role as a LifeLink Family Care Coordinator. Hu says, “As a way to honor my donor and their family who ® generously and selflessly donated during their tragedy, I strive to help other families walk through their grief.”


The Arocho Family, Donor Family

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donation? August 21st is Senior Citizens Day and if you dare, share with us via Facebook why you support donation using #DonationIsAgeless20 and we’ll send you a sweet treat!

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uan Gabriel was a bright child interested in science, art and playing the violin. Despite health challenges, the results of a virus that caused serious immune system complications, Juan Gabriel graduated high school, and then college with a Bachelor of Science degree. While at college, Juan Gabriel was a university choir member and taught violin. Sadly, Juan Gabriel passed away at the age of 27.

The Arocho family decided to honor his life through organ donation so others would live. Juan Gabriel always said, “Sometimes we focus so much on achieving our goals that we forget to stop, breathe, look around and enjoy life.”

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José Orengo Rodríguez, Heart Recipient

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osé was two years old when he was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy—a disease of the heart muscle that makes it hard for the heart to pump blood to the rest of the body. José spent his childhood and young adulthood facing numerous medical challenges. When his cardiomyopathy progressed to the point that a new heart was his only option for survival, José was placed on the organ transplant waiting list. Thanks

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to the lifesaving decision of another, José received the gift of life. When that heart went into rejection, José had to go back on the transplant waiting list and fortunately received a second transplant. Today, José is in good health and full of life. He enjoys time with his family and because of his transplants, has been able to continue his engineering career. José is thankful to ® God, his family and the families of his organ donors.


Gary Rosenbaum, Heart Recipient

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ary and his wife were preparing for retirement when he suddenly had trouble breathing while performing routine tasks. A perfect picture of health for most of his life, Gary was shocked to be diagnosed with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. Gary’s doctors informed him he would need a heart transplant within five years. Gary was implanted with an ICD—implantable cardioverter defibrillator—while his heart function was maintained on medicine until it was indeed time to be placed on the organ transplant list. Gary spent 65 days in the hospital waiting and on a Christmas

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morning, his wait came to an end. “I am so grateful for my second chance,” says Gary. “Without my donor I wouldn’t be here today and I’m going to make the most of my second chance.” Gary has participated in the World Transplant Games and Transplant Games of America, where he won two medals in cycling and one medal in the 1500 meter race/walk. Gary says if he ever meets his donor family he will give the medals to them as a small “thank you” for what they mean to him.

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The Hernández-Berrios Family, Donor Family

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he Hernandez-Berrios family will never forget the night they were awoken to the terrible news that their 30-year-old son, Daniel, had become the victim of a dreadful crime. Daniel was a charismatic person in life, with a love of the ocean, food and music. His family, including daughter Joandeliz, remembers him for his many mischievous adventures, his beautiful voice and adoring smile. Daniel’s family agreed to organ donation

so that his life would continue on in his recipients. Daniel’s family says, “God has been our comfort and strength. Though Daniel moved to eternal happiness, he continues to live in those he helped through organ donation.”

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Peyton Whaley, Liver Recipient

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hen Peyton was born, she was slightly jaundiced, but doctors were not concerned. However, on a Super Bowl Sunday two months later, her parents noticed the whites of her eyes had turned green. They rushed Peyton to the hospital where she was diagnosed with biliary atresia, a disease of the bile ducts that affects only infants. Doctors performed an emergency surgery to remove bile ducts outside Peyton’s liver and then attached her small intestine to the liver, allowing bile to properly drain. Unfortunately, the procedure was unsuccessful and Peyton was placed on the organ transplant waiting

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list for a new liver. Nine long months later, her parents received the call that would save Peyton’s life. A match had been found and Peyton, at the age of two, received her new liver. “We celebrate her transplant anniversary like it’s her birthday,” says her father, Tim. “We also think about her donor family continually. We do not know them, but we love them because they are a part of our family now.” Today, Peyton is a thriving pre-teen who loves playing with slime, painting and riding her bike; things that at one time, her parents were unsure she would be able to do.

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The Smith Family, Donor Family and Brandon Simpson, Kidney Recipient

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fficer Jody Smith was a dedicated campus police officer at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, GA, when he was tragically killed in the line of duty. Officer Smith’s family was not surprised to learn that he had registered as an organ and tissue donor. That decision resulted in multiple lives saved and improved through donation, including Brandon’s life. Brandon struggled with high blood pressure that led to permanent damage of both his kidneys. Brandon began grueling dialysis until a new kidney became available. After eight long years, Brandon received the gift of life thanks to

Officer Smith. Brandon, also originally from Americus, says this about receiving Jody’s kidney, “I feel special knowing his family. Knowing Jody lived in my hometown gives me a greater connection to his family. His family has welcomed me with open arms and accepted me as one of their own. I will never be able to fully express my gratitude.” LOCATION COURTESY OF GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY, AMERICUS, GA

Heroes

Remembering the more than 1,500 people who gave the gift of life through organ and/or tissue donation from July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019 Aaliyah, Aaron, Aaron, Aaron, Aaron, Aaron, Abdiel, Abdul, Adam, Addilyn, Addilyn, Adelia, Adorn, Adrian, Agapita, Ahirayma, Ahmad, Akeilaus, Al, Alannah, Alannah, Alec, Alejandra, Alejandro, Alejandro, Alene, Alex, Alex, Alex, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexandra, Alexis, Alexis, Alfredo, Alfredo, Alina, Alisha, Allan, Allan, Allen, Allie, Althea, Alton, Alvin, Alyssa, Alyssa, Amari, Amber, Ambiory, Amir, Ana, Ana, Ana, Andrew, Andrew, Andrew, Andrew, Andrew, Andrew, Angel, Angel, Angela, Angela, Angela, Angela, Angelo, Angelo, Angus, Aniyah, Ann, Ann, Ann, Ann, Anna, Anna, Anna, Anna, Annalee, Annette, Anronta, Anthony, Anthony, Anthony, Anthony, Anthony, Anthony, Antonia, Antonio, Antonio, Antonio, Antonio, April, April, Ariel, Ariel, Arihant, Arilys, Arismendy, Aristeo, Arley, Arnaldo, Arturo, Ashley, Ashley, Ashley, 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LifeLink Leadership Foundation Executive Staff

Divisional Executive Staff

Board of Governors

Ms. Jean Aiken Davis

Liz M. Lehr, BSN, MHA

Dennis F. Heinrichs, BSN, MBA

President / Chief Executive Officer

Senior Vice President / Executive Director LifeLink of Florida

Chair

Stephanie Hernandez, MAcc Chief Financial Officer / Senior Vice President

Susan Rabel, MS, RN

Ms. Jean Aiken Davis Vice-Chair

Vice President / Associate Director LifeLink of Florida

Dana L. Shires, MD

Dustin T. Diggs, FACHE

Victor D. Bowers, MD

Executive Director LifeLink of Georgia

William Cleveland, MD

Senior Vice President, Public Affairs

Lee Langley, RN, CPTC

Benjamin James, BA

Arthur J. Heinrichs, BS, CCP

Vice President / Associate Director LifeLink of Georgia

Larry F. Jones, BA

Ms. Kathleen Lilly Executive Vice President of Organ Procurement Organization Operations

Ruth Duncan Bell, BA, MPA

Senior Vice President / Corporate Compliance Officer

Catherine A. Masessa BA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP Senior Vice President, Human Resources

John A. Rhon, BSCS, MHSA Senior Vice President, Information Systems

Guillermina Sanchez, MHA Executive Director LifeLink of Puerto Rico

Mr. Michael Consilvio Executive Director / General Manager LifeLink Tissue Bank

Mark Strong, RN

Ms. Bobbie Pierson

Senior Vice President / Associate Executive Director LifeLink Tissue Bank

Vice President, Communications Services

Brad Bassler, MBA

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Vice President, Operations LifeLink Tissue Bank

Elizabeth Horn-Brinson, MT, BS, ASCP Vice President, Quality Assurance LifeLink Tissue Bank

Founder and Board Member Emeritus

Christina L. Klein, MD William M. LeFor, PhD Robert Metzger, MD William J. Meurer, CPA Arnaldo A. Mignucci, JD Mr. Harold W. Mullis, Jr., JD Luis A. Morales Otero, MD Thomas C. Pearson, MD, PhD Brandi Quinn, CPA Jeffrey L. Seavey, CFP Marty Sellers, MD, MPH Dara M. Simon, CPA

Mr. Tim Ignatius

Esther A. Torres, MD

Vice President, Sales and Marketing LifeLink Tissue Bank

Joel T. Van Sickler, MD

Mayra Lopez-Cepero, Phd, Dip ABHI Senior Vice President / Director LifeLink Transplantation Immunology Laboratory

Donna Becker, MT, CHS Vice President / Manager LifeLink Transplantation Immunology Laboratory

J. David Vega, MD John D. Whelchel, MD Board Member Emeritus

Deborah Winegard, JD James J. Wynn, MD Ms. Patricia Carroll Employee Representative

Stephanie Hernandez, MAcc Treasurer (Not a Governor)

Ms. Linda Arant

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