2019 Impact Report

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2019 impact


B O A R D

O F

OFFICERS

Kevin Neal

Board Chair Shareholder, Gallagher & Kennedy

John Hoopes

Board Vice Chair Vice President, Salt River Project

D I R E C T O R S Sel Nutor

Board Treasurer Director - Arizona Market Executive Capital One Bank, NA

Pam Stelzer, CPA Board Secretary Manager, Henry+Home

MEMBERS Liz Agboola

Alicia Nuñez

CEO – Moses Behavioral Care

Executive Vice President & CFO Chicanos Par La Causa

Betsey Bayless

Tim O'Neil

President Emeritus Valleywise Health

Mark G. Dewane

Principal Evergreen Development Company

Chairman - District 2 Maricopa County Special Health Care District

Patti Gentry

Senior Vice President, JLL

Philip Gerard

Senior Partner, Cavanagh Law Firm

Bryan Jeffries

ALL IN

Campaign Cabinet CO-CHAIRS Nita and Phil Francis HONORARY CHAIRS Betsey Bayless Jason Schechterle HEALTH SYSTEM LEADERSHIP Kote Chundu, MD Nathan Lowrie Steve Purves

CABINET MEMBERS Karie and Rich Dozer Kevin Foster, MD Patti Gentry Laurie and Chuck Goldstein Kathleen and John Graham Bart Patterson Susan Pepin, MD, MPH Jaye and Barry Perricone Mary Kay and Bill Post Anne Stupp Greg Vogel

President, Professional Fire Fighters Association of Arizona

Karen King Brooks

Owner/CEO – The King Approach

Jill Krigsten Riley

Media Consultant, Cox Media

Scott R. Meyer

Realtor, REMAX Signature

Rich D. Mutarelli MBA, CPA EVP / Chief Financial Officer Valleywise Health

LIFETIME MEMBERS

Susan M. Pepin, MD, MPH Managing Director Health & Clinical Partnerships Arizona State University

David Pugh

SVP/Market Manager, Entercom

Steve Purves President & CEO Valleywise Health

Hiral V. Tipirneni MD Healthcare Professional, CSRA Inc. Warren Whitney Senior Vice President of Government Affairs Valleywise Health

Marci Zimmerman-White

Owner/Founder – Delete Tattoo Removal & Laser Salon and Delete Foundation

Mike Cowley

President, Cowley Companies, Inc.

Steve Schramm

Founder/CEO Optumas


a new chapter begins...

2019 was a year of new beginnings for Arizona's public teaching health system. After more than 140 years serving Arizona's most critical health care needs, Maricopa Integrated Health System changed its name to better reflect the important role it plays in the lives of ALL Arizonans. The "VALLEY" in our name represents the exceptional, compassionate care provided throughout Maricopa County, one of the largest and fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country. Our hospitals and 12 community health centers throughout the Valley are there to treat all who walk through our doors with dignity and respect, regardless of their ability to pay. "WISE" signifies nearly a century-and-a-half of wisdom gained serving Arizona as a teaching hospital, and for our role as one of Arizona's oldest and largest physician training programs. With nearly 3,500 medical learners rotating through our system each year - YOUR doctor likely trained at Valleywise Health. New buildings, new programs, new donors, new beginnings and a new name - we invite you to go ALL IN with our Foundation as Valleywise Health transforms care to improve community health. The groundwork is laid, and the rest of the story is ours to write - together.

Sincerely, Nate Lowrie

CEO, Valleywise Health Foundation

Kevin Neal

Board Chair, Valleywise Health Foundation


it takes a community... We support the mission of Valleywise Health to provide exceptional care, without exception, every patient, every time… Great things take a village (or in our case a Valley) to achieve, and in 2019 our community stepped up to support our public teaching health system more than ever in our history. A new name and brand, long-planned construction milestones, expanded community support and record-setting success - all happened in 2019.

Valleywise Health employees raised more than $8,000 in the first Employee - ALL IN with Valleywise Health Campaign. ALL IN Employee ambassadors pictured above following the inaugural employee kick-off event. Throughout 2019, DMG and Valleywise employees donated more than $229,000 to the Valleywise Health Foundation.


Valleywise Health Foundation's first Phoenix Suns Charities grant was awarded in 2019. The $10,000 gift supported Arizona children and families through the four Valleywise Health Family Learning Centers.

Valleywise Health Foundation's 2019 Legacy Award recipients, the Arizona Women's Board, increased their annual support making the new Valleywise Health Food Pharmacy program possible in 2019.

A $5,000 grant from the MAC Cosmetics AIDS Fund makes the Women's Breakfast Club at the Valleywise Community Health Center - McDowell possible.

In partnership with Entercom Phoenix, the first LIVE 101.5 GIVE-A-THON benefiting Valleywise Health took place in December 2019.

"I get a chance to be around women who are just like me and going through the same challenges I am."

The two-day radio event exceeded fundraising goals and launched an ongoing partnership with the team at LIVE 101.5.


people inspiring philanthropy...

“

Unlike other health systems, more than 65 percent of Valleywise Health patients are financially vulnerable... For 15 years, we've been involved and supportive of our Valley's only public teaching hospital and healthcare system, formerly MIHS, now Valleywise Health.

Nita and Phil Francis Valleywise Health Foundation ALL-IN Campaign Co-Chairs

Valleywise Health has the best burn center in the Southwest, teaches the most doctors in the state, and does the most extensive mental health work in the county. We are proud to support the health system whose mission is to serve our most vulnerable neighbors. Now more than ever, we are ALL IN for Valleywise Health.

Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.

HELEN KELLER


The entire Graham family stands firmly behind the mission of Valleywise Health... as they deliver truly exceptional care to every single patient who walks in their doors. The world class care delivered every day along with their mission to train future doctors is essential to the continued health of our community. We are excited about the future of Valleywise Health and would love for others to join us in supporting the forward movement.

Kathleen and John Graham Valleywise Health Foundation ALL IN Campaign Cabinet

We give to Valleywise Health Foundation, because it's our way of giving back... It has been a privilege and blessing to work with compassionate colleagues and our grateful patients for nearly 40 years. We are thankful for all the Foundation does to make a positive difference at Valleywise Health.

Leanor and William Johnson, MD Department of Anesthesiology, Medical Director, Perioperative Services Valleywise Health


A R I Z O N A

Legacy Circle

To passionately and proactively take on the Valley’s most critical health care needs – and to care for our neighbors with nowhere else to turn – we need community support. Our Legacy Circle members are valued and impactful.

CORPORATE PARTNERS

As of December 31, 2019

AEI

Helios Education Foundation

AMR

HighGround, Inc.

Aspen University

JPMorgan Chase

B.E. Smith

Kitchell Corporation

Ballard Spahr

LaRose Nail Boutique

Cannon & Wendt

Mednax Health Solutions Partner

Chicanos Por La Causa

Mercy Care

Clear Title Agency of Arizona

Mopars Unlimited of Arizona

Compass One Healthcare

Okland Construction

Contractors Wholesale Supply LLC

Optumas

Cunningham Law Firm

Orcutt | Winslow

Cyclebar - Paradise Valley

PHI Air Medical

Delete Tattoo Removal & Laser Salon /

Policy AZ, LLC

Delete Foundation

Ridelife, Inc

Dibble Engineering

Salt River Project

District Medical Group

Stifel

DPR Construction

T & K Red River Dairy

East Valley Firefighter Charities

Team Vanir

Gallagher & Kennedy

Thunderbirds Charities

Gilbane

Veridus

Goodmans Interior Structures

Vizient


FOUNDERS

$5,000+

ANGELS

$2,500 – $4,999

Mary Dewane and Joe Anderson

Erum N. Ali, MD

Karrie and James Pierson, III

Honorable Betsey Bayless

Lisa Andrus and Saro Hayan

Teri and Jim Pipe

Lydia and Phillip Bell

Susan Baum and Honorable Redfield Baum, Sr.

Kimberly and Honorable Skip Rimsza

Bidstrup Foundation - Regina Bidstrup

Monnie and Martin Calfee, III

Justina Sanchez Cox

Deborah Carstens

Dorene Dominguez

Sherry Stotler, RN

Eugene Cavallo

Kerry Grunkemeyer

Stacy Wilson and Neal Thomas

Drs. Kote & Rupa Chundu

Lisa and Jerry Hartsock

Amy and Ray Thurston

Dean Coonrod, MD

Dan Hobohm, MD

Hiral Tipirneni, MD and Kishore

Cowley Family Foundation

Nancy and John Hoopes

Tipirneni, MD

Matthew B. Cunningham, PC

Aimee Goldstein, PhD and Eric Katz, MD

Maki Dong and Peter Trice

Robert Dixon, MD

Karen King-Brooks

Ethelyn and Victor Uttke

Diane and John Eckstein, MD

Dennis Krygier, II

Meredith and Chris West

Juanita and Phil Francis

Melanie Norton

Marcia Scott and Warren Whitney

Kris Gaw

Carol Olson, MD

Shannon and James Winebrenner

Burns Family Foundation - Patti Gentry

Diane and Patrick O'Malley

Darla and David Wisinger, MD

Sue and Philip Gerard Stephanie and Adam Goodman Heidi Jannenga Leanor and William Johnson, MD Alison Lewis and Craig Krumwiede Jan and Tom Lewis Amy and Tim Louis Nathan Lowrie and Harmony Fulton Sherry Lund Anne McNamara, RN, PhD Roselyn and Scott Meyer Shari and Erik Miller Mary Beth and Richard Mutarelli Aleka and Tim O'Neil Bart Patterson Jaye and Barry Perricone Mary Kay and William Post Mary Anne and Stephen A. Purves Weezie and David Reese Patricia Rose Pamela Stelzer Anne C. Stupp Greg Vogel Marci Zimmerman-White and Michael White

AMBASSADORS

$1,000 – $2,499

April Aguinaga

Pamela and Jim Chamberlain

Lisa and Marc Ashton

Sandra Chmelnik

Christine and John Augustine

Keng-Yu Chuang, MD

Aimee Barninger

Shannon L. Clark

Shannon and Joel Barthelemy

Betty Coleman

Nadine Basha

Elva and Lattie Coor, PhD

Sherrie Beardsley

Robyn and Michael DeBell

Kathleen and Ben Benaquista

Melanie Sanguinetti and Martin Demos

Maureen Beyers

Jo-el and Jeffrey Detzel

Anuj and Vasudha Bhavaraju, MD

Wendy and Mark Dewane

Stephen Blaylock

Sara Dial

Doreen and Thomas Bostwick, MD

Melissa and Jonathan DiCesare

Carolyn and George Bosworth

Erika and Russ Dickey

Susan and Richard Burnham

Jeanetta Dismute

Elizabeth Bussone

Lawrence Drewsen

Susan Byrd

Rachel and Dodge Earnhardt

Beth and David Call

Deborah Ellis

Melanie Campbell and Patrick Johnston

David Elston

Jennifer and C.C. Carmer, III

Ardie and Stephen Evans

Todd Case

Kate and Jeff Fassett


AMBASSADORS

$1,000 – $2,499

Lauren Fisher, DO and Jonathan Fisher, MD

Crista Johnson-Agbakwu, MD

Kim Petersen

Jean and Bob Fitzer

Renee and Craig Jones

Jonathan P. Pinkus

Raegan and Luke Ford

Nancy and Ken Kaminski

Lisa and Joseph Pizzimenti

Nancy Freelin-Woods

Julia J. Kelly, MD

Kamala Premkumar, MD

Jennifer Frost and Bob Gilson

Carly and Thomas Kelly, MD

Becky and Doug Pruitt

Becky Galbut, RN and Keith Galbut

John Kingsley, MD

Christy Pylman

Katie and Greg Gale

Yvonne F. Kinsella

Patricia Reyes

Joy and Michael Gallante

Michelle and Gary Knight

Karen and Doug Riley

Sheila Gately, MD

Mahesh Kotwal, MD

Avein Saaty-Tafoya

Celsius-Kit Gesmundo, MD

Jill Krigsten Riley and Rodney Riley

Mehrdad Saririan, MD

Sasha and Rodney Glassman

Abraham C. Kuruvilla, MD

Lois and Stephen Savage

Ross Goldberg, MD

Suresh Lal, MD

Rhonda Scarfo

Sara Gordon

Honorable Alicia Lawler

Joette Schmidt and Kent Derdivanis

Nöel and Dan Gosnell

Sara and Salvatore Lettieri, MD

Sara and Steve Schramm

Joyce Graham

Tiffany and Josh Lewis, MD

Marcella C. Simpson

Matthew Graham

Kathleen V. Lindsay

Gagandeep Singh, MD

Patricia Graham, MD

Harley Lisherness

Lanford Slaughter, Jr.

Jennifer Granger

Deila and Carl Mangold

Laurie and Jeffrey Smith

Peter Gray

Doreen and Mike Manning

Charley and John Socey

Jennifer Gugick

Nancy Matthews

Lynne and Volker Sonntag, MD

Nicole Guido

Shawn R. McMahon, MD

Daniel Discua Soto

Robin and Jim Guthrie

Caroline Michiels

Joshua Discua Soto

Patricia Habak, MD and William DeHaan

Monica Miller

Vicki Staples

April Halaby

Libby and Dan Murphy

Pam Stelzer

Grant Hamill

Vondra Dee and Jared Nason

Pat and Bill Stofft

Samuel Hand, MD

Michele and Kevin Neal

Karen and Kelly Summers

Mary A. Harden, RN and Jon Harden

Aletha and Michael Neill

Melanie Talbot

Barbara Harding

Bin Nguyen

Brad Thompson

Andrea Heake

Alicia and Jorge Nuñez

Lydia Torio, MD

Deborah Helitzer and David Sklar, MD

Erin Wiedmeier-Nutor, MD and Sel Nutor

Jana and Sydney Vail, MD, FACS

Sarita and Prabodh Hemmady, MD

Stephanie and Ed Olsen

Patrick Valandra

Robin Henderson

Carolyn and Mark O'Malley

Lynn and Mark Vanderlinde

Lisa Hess

Robin Ormsby

Thomas Wertin

Benée Hilton Speigel and Jay Speigel, DDS

Deborah and Robinson Overly

Willard E. White, PhD

Nicole and Mark Hodgson

Chandrakant Patel, MD

Charlene Whitfill, MD

Lene Hudson

Duane Patterson

Dawn and Steve Whitworth

Ken Jackimczyk, MD

Kevin Patterson

Charlton Wilson, MD

Lynn and Bryan Jeffries

Royce Patterson

Kelly and Ronald Yunis

Katie and Jeff Jensen

Carolyn Pendergast

Michael Zenobi

Maria Jesus Bailon, MD

Veronica and Sheriff Paul Penzone

Patricia Johnson

Susan M. Pepin, MD, MPH and Anthony Dietz


The groundwork in 2019 helped prepare for important work in 2020.


stepping up to

THE NEED New donors and significant gifts truly made an impact on the future of patient care at Valleywise Health.

Significant Gifts Received $50,000

Arizona Women’s Board for Food Pharmacy

$51,000

Kitchell Corporation

$54,000

Carstens Family Funds - Nurse Scholarships

$100,000

Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation

$100,000

F2 Family Foundation

$200,000

Thunderbirds Charities for Peoria FLC

$200,000

Anderson Family Funds for Peoria FLC

$200,000

David E. Reese Family Foundation New Arizona Burn Center

$235,000

EPIC Grant for Safety Net Programs

$586,000

Foundation Events benefiting Valleywise Health programs


Teaching & Advanced Education 6%

Burn Survivorship 11%

Other

Caring For Community 89%

1%

Family Learning Centers Behavioral Health

(FLC)

(BH)

Safety Net Programs

2019 Program Disbursements to Valleywise Health: $1,309,247 2019 VALLEYWISE HEALTH FUNDING


it all pays off...

Donors might not understand the impact they make, with something as simple as a backpack. "A child’s life is filled with transitions, and one of the biggest is starting school. A backpack becomes the first personal belonging a child brings from home. It not only provides sense of security, but also, represents structure and preparedness for school." Rebecca Birr

Valleywise Health Family Learning Centers


We are so grateful for the Arizona Women's Board for making the Food Pharmacy possible... The Food Pharmacy allows us to treat patients as “a whole,” with healthy food, healthy food preparation and healthy lifestyle mentoring. This is the beginning of something incredible – patient-centered care that is changing the future for our families living with diabetes. Tina Younger, MD

Valleywise Health Food Pharmacy

Internal Medicine QI Director Valleywise Health

Your gifts help change the conversation about brain health through our First Episode Center... Investing early in programs like the First Episode Center, makes a tremendous impact, not only in the individual's life, but also on their family and the community. The typical cost of treatment for psychosis and schizophrenia includes hospitalizations, case management, therapy support and more. There are many downstream benefits to preventing this early, most importantly, young people who learn to manage their diagnosis and go back to living productive lives.

First Episode Center Member Alicia Cowdrey, MD Outpatient Medical Director Behavioral Health Services

On to our 2020 impact...


HELEN KELLER