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PO Box 261 Rolla, Missouri 65402 573-458-7946 giving.pcrmc.com

Winter 2016


Opportunities ABBIE DARNELL MOBILITY FUND supports patients experiencing loss of movement or nerve functions through Bioness therapy.

BABY STEPS FUND offers new parent support, breastfeeding essentials to working mothers and fetal demise bereavement services.

BREAST CENTER MAMMOGRAPHY FUND offers lifesaving mammograms and additional services, if needed, at no cost for women who financially qualify.

DELBERT DAY CANCER INSTITUTE

their families through assistance with prescription medications, personal bills, food supplements and other needs as identified.

JAY CRUMP, D.O. MEMORIAL FUND provides for the needs of the Emergency Department at PCRMC.

JOY OF CARING CANCER FUND provides financial assistance for cancer patients who may have difficulty managing their daily activities and challenges that are experienced from their cancer diagnosis.

ENHANCING NURSING EXCELLENCE FUND provides our nurses with the tools

provides comprehensive, coordinated, compassionate and cutting-edge cancer care. The Delbert Day Cancer Institute is slated to open in 2017.

needed (equipment, education, technology) to improve the quality of care and health outcomes for our patients.

GREATEST NEEDS FUND supplements existing funds, supports capital priorities of PCRMC and helps patients in need that are not covered by another fund.

purchases and maintains vans to support the program, which provides transportation to patients to and from PCRMC within a 30 mile radius.

HEART-2-HEART FUND offers free heart-

PEDIATRIC DENTAL FUND

health screenings, educational materials and cardiac rehabilitation assistance.

helps support on-going costs and services associated with providing dental care to area youth between the ages of one and eighteen.

HOSPICE FUND provides financial support to qualified Hospice patients and

PATIENT TRANSPORTATION FUND

Mission To serve as the philanthropic organization that facilitates charitable donations to support and assist the mission of Phelps County Regional Medical Center.

Vision Be the best hospital

Board Members Ted Day, R.Ph. President Walt Branson Vice President Sammy Auxier, Jr. Treasurer Patricia Leaders Secretary

Cindy Beger Candace Connell Ollie T. Jackson Steven Lynch Amy Medows Jeff Schrader Dr. Christopher Spencer

Staff

Keri Brookshire-Heavin (ex-officio)

foundation dedicated to

Edward Clayton (ex-officio)

Phelps County Regional

Lorrie Hartley (ex-officio)

world-class healthcare for

Jason Shenefield (ex-officio)

service community.

Brittany Farmer Database Manager

Brittany Farmer Content Development

Donia Camarena, CFRE Major Giving Officer

Cameron Hance Annual Giving Coordinator

Paul Hackbarth Content Development

Marsha Wayman, CFRE Major Giving Officer

Medical Center in providing the continued benefit of our

Production Team

Lorrie Hartley, CFRE Executive Director

Zachary Woolsey Major Giving Officer

sustaining and advancing

Shelby O'Keefe Digital & Technical Writer

Cameron Hance Content Development Cindy Butler Photographer Hillary McCash Photographer

Phelps Regional Health Care

Foundation

Hope. Help. Access.


A Season of Giving Thanks s we transition into the holiday season, we have so much to be thankful for. I know when I say “thank you” to you, our donors; I also speak on behalf of the Hospital Board of Trustees and Hospital Leadership. Without your support, and belief in the mission of Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC), we would not be able to transform the way our friends, neighbors and family members access health care in our community. As you know, we are scheduled to open the doors to the Delbert Day Cancer Institute in January of 2017. This state-of-the-art and patient-centered building is the result of many years of planning. PCRMC has officially received the keys to the building, and our staff is working diligently to ensure the building is patient-ready in just a few short months. Simply put, the Delbert Day Cancer Institute could not have been a reality, without your continued support. To celebrate you, and your philanthropic support, the Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation (Hospital Foundation) hosted a special night of appreciation on October 13th at the Delbert Day Cancer Institute. This special night of celebration gave donors of the Delbert Day Cancer Institute a never-before seen “sneak – peek” into the building, complete with guided tours from clinicians. Event attendees also listened to presentations from Dr. Delbert Day himself, Hospital Foundation Board President Ted Day, PCRMC Director of Radiation Oncology and Hospital Foundation Board Member Dr. Christoper Spencer, and Hospital Foundation Board Member & cancer survivor Cindy Beger, as well as myself. As we look forward, we here at PCRMC have much to be thankful for. We are thankful for our employees, our community support and our family & friends. On behalf of the Phelps County Regional Medical Center staff, Board of Trustees, and my wife Sharon and I, we wish you Happy Holidays, and a prosperous New Year! Warm regards,

Edward Clayton, CEO Phelps County Regional Medical Center

“Simply put, the Delbert Day Cancer Institute could not have been a reality, without your continued support.” Foundation in Focus 3


The Day

FamilyLegacy By Paul Hackbarth The Day family (left to right): Bret, Christine and Chase; Delbert; Kim and Ted

The fuse has been lit. This is the largest thing that will affect the hospital in the next 50 years. — DELBERT DAY

hen the opportunity came about to name the Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC) Delbert Day Cancer Institute after Ted Day’s father, it became apparent to Ted and his wife, Kim, that if the center would be associated with cancer, “then the name should be associated with Dad,” Ted says.


Delbert Day’s research and development of special purpose glass microspheres called TheraSphereTM, which are now being used worldwide to treat patients with inoperable liver cancer, have impacted thousands of lives, according to Ted. When discussions of starting a cancer institute began, Ted and Kim said they didn’t know anyone personally impacted by cancer. However, Ted says, “It became obvious that we had an opportunity to create something beneficial to the community.” The seed gift that Ted and Kim donated to create the Delbert Day Cancer Institute was the largest gift that the couple has ever made to an organization. However, for Ted, it’s not about the notoriety or recognition. “It’s the feeling we get when things happen.”

When the Delbert Day Cancer Institute opens in 2017, placing all cancer care services under one roof, Ted says cancer patients and their families will have access to a level of medical care that they wouldn’t otherwise have unless they travel about 100 miles in any direction.

Surprised, overwhelmed and delighted are some of the reactions Delbert says he had when he found out about the cancer institute in his namesake. “It was the most meaningful event in my life in more than one way,” Delbert says, noting that he appreciated that his son and daughter-in-law even considered naming the cancer institute after him. It was the fact that the recognition came from his family that was most meaningful to Delbert.

The community support behind the project, especially those who helped with a community campaign organized by the Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation to raise $7 million for the Delbert Day Cancer Institute, also meant a lot to Delbert. “Its immediate effect is the expansion of health care to citizens to serve a community in a way that it hasn’t been doing previously,” Delbert says. “The fuse has been lit. This is the largest thing that will affect the hospital in the next 50 years,” Delbert says.

Philanthropy Before letting Delbert know about the cancer institute, Ted and Kim talked to Delbert’s wife, Shirley Day, who passed away in 2014, because she knew Delbert best. “Mom was the most philanthropic person I knew,” Ted says of Shirley. However, even if Delbert didn’t want his name on the cancer institute, Ted says he wouldn’t have altered the seed gift. While Ted says he knew the dictionary definition of the word, philanthropy, “I didn’t know what it felt like.”

When asked why he gives, Ted says, “It makes us feels good — the things we do to help people and benefit those who need help.” “We have a supportive family, a great work family and a strong church family. We are very blessed and want to set a good example. I hope people follow our example,” Kim says. Integrity, trust and relationships are the most important values to the Day family. Ted says while some people may see wiping out every need a community has as a good thing, he disagrees. “Once there’s no need, where will the driving or motivating factor to help go?” Ted says. Foundation in Focus 5


Teaching the Next Generation Ted says he wants to teach the next generation what it’s like for an organization to have the resources to do good. Without that teaching, the next generation may not feel the same about helping mankind. Delbert echoed that sentiment, saying he takes great pride in seeing the success of his children.

Ted’s love of giving has been passed on to his son, Bret Day. Bret says he always knew how meaningful his grandfather’s life has been, but he now realizes how many people look up to him and understands the magnitude of the impact Delbert has had.

Ted and Kim Day with grandson Chase.

“ I want to teach the next generation what it's like for an organization to have the resources to do good. Without that teaching, the next generation may not feel the same about helping mankind.”

— TED DAY

The Delbert Day Cancer Institute is important to Bret because it provides a need for people in the community. One day in the future, Bret and his wife, Christine, and their son, Chase, now 3 years old, and their soon-to-be daughter will drive by the Delbert Day Cancer Institute, and their children will recognize their last name on the building. Bret says he will tell his children what a special and brilliant guy their great-grandfather is and how he conducted some of the most groundbreaking research that had a great influence and saved many lives. While Delbert’s name will be on a building, more importantly, Delbert is their great-grandfather, and that will be the thing they will remember the most, Bret says.

Community Impact The Delbert Day Cancer Institute is going to transform this community, and in many ways, it already has. For instance, the Delbert Day Cancer Institute and Missouri University of Science and Technology are


BECAUSE OF

Opening January 2017

partnering together for biomedical research. There’s other active research happening between the university and PCRMC, as well.

In 2015, PCRMC and Missouri S&T signed a memorandum of understanding that will help both institutions increase research collaboration and educational exchange. “There’s always been a respect between the university and hospital, and now they’re aligned toward a common goal,” Ted says. For more information about the Delbert Day Cancer Institute and cancer services at PCRMC, please call (573) 458-7500 or (573) 364-8823. To make a philanthropic contribution and/or to learn about naming opportunities please call the Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation at 573-458-7946 or visit giving.pcrmc.com.

Delbert says it gives him a great deal of pride — and the community should share that pride — knowing that the glass microspheres used by thousands of patients were developed in Rolla.“It wasn’t invented at MIT, but here in the Ozarks.” — DELBERT DAY Foundation in Focus 7


Delbert Day Cancer Institute

Pre-Grand Opening and Donor Appreciation Event

On October 13th, 2016

nearly 500 of the Hospital Foundation’s closest friends, donors and supporters were invited to attend the Delbert Day Cancer Institute Pre-Grand Opening and Donor Appreciation Event.

Donors stopping by a waiting area outside of the Cancer Gala Infusion Center, complete with a fireplace.

This special night of celebration gave supporters of the Hospital Foundation the first “sneak peek” look into the state-of-the-art Delbert Day Cancer Institute. The night started with words of thanks, encouragement and hope from Hospital Foundation Board President Ted Day, PCRMC CEO Edward Clayton, Dr. Delbert Day, PCRMC Director of Radiation Oncology and Hospital Foundation Board Member Dr. Christopher Spencer, Hospital Foundation Board Member & cancer survivor Cindy Beger and emcee Steven Lynch. Immediately following, groups of 15-25 attendees were guided through the Delbert Day Cancer Institute, stopping by six different stations. Each of the six stations covered a different area within the building, which highlighted the ways in which PCRMC will better be able to serve its patients.


Missouri House of Representatives Congressman & Hospital Foundation Board Member Steven Lynch served as the emcee for the event.

Even though the building was still under construction, attendees were introduced to cutting-edge technology, such as the Varian TruBeam System which will provide streamlined imaging for more rapid diagnosis. From left, Kent Craighead, Radiation Therapist & Megan Ludlow, Radiation Therapist talked with donors about how the machine will better benefit patients. Cancer survivor and Hospital Foundation Board Member Cindy Beger was one of the featured speakers of the evening.

At each station, attendees listened to a 3-5 minute presentation from an area expert. These experts were clinicians and will be working in the Delbert Day Cancer Institute in January 2017. After attendees visited each station, they were then ushered back into the event tent where they enjoyed heavy hors d'oeuvres, refreshments and entertainment by local band Trilogy. Attendees left with a greater sense of how their support is coming to fruition, as the Delbert Day Cancer Institute is in its final stages of construction. On behalf of the Hospital Foundation, thank you to those who were able to join us for such a special night of celebration. A special thanks to St. James Winery and Public House Brewing Company for providing the refreshments for the evening. In addition, we extend our sincere thanks to the event planning committee and volunteers for their time and efforts.

Michael and Mackenzie Kreher of High Tech Roofing, LLC.

(left to right) Hospital Foundation Board President Ted Day pictured with his wife Kim. PCRMC CEO Edward Clayton meets with PCRMC Director of Radiation Oncology & Hospital Foundation Board Member Dr. Christopher Spencer following their presentations. Representatives from McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. & BSA LifeStructures, Inc. (architects and builders of the Delbert Day Cancer Institute) are pictured with (from far right) Bill Leaders, and Ron Smith of PCRMC.

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We’re All In

PCRMC Employees Display Their Unwavering Support Results from the 2016 Employee Giving Campaign Every day the employees of Phelps County Regional Medical Center give their time and talent. In the month of October, in addition, they pledge their support of the Hospital Foundation by giving through the annual employee giving campaign. The campaign theme for 2016 highlighted that as employees, “We’re All In” when it comes to providing world-class health care in our community. Employees were challenged to give to the fund of their choice. Employees could participate by giving one time gifts, or by establishing a pledge to be paid via payroll deduct over the next year. It is apparent that philanthropy lives in the walls of PCRMC. Between October 3rd and

October 31st more than 370 employees pledged their support of the 2016 campaign, by giving gifts totaling a staggering $118,709.

On behalf of the Hospital Foundation, we thank all of the employee donors of the 2016 campaign.

Ice Cream Social held to thank employee donors To celebrate the end of the 2016 Employee Giving Campaign, Hospital Foundation Board Members and Staff hosted an Ice Cream Social & Thank You Celebration on October 28th from 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. for all donors of the 2016 Employee Giving Campaign. Employees were invited to the private dining rooms at PCRMC, where they could build their own ice cream sundae. It was a perfect way to “top off” a successful campaign and even better way to end a workweek. From left, Hospital Foundation Board Members, Steven Lynch & Walt Branson, serve ice cream during the Employee Giving Campaign Thank You Celebration & Ice Cream Social held at PCRMC.

2016 EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGN BY THE NUMBERS

119 NEW DONORS

TOTAL $23,286.13

2016 PLEDGE

$118,709.33 $14,334.12 FROM 2015

376

EMPLOYEES PARTICIPATED IN THE 2016 EMPLOYEE GIVING CAMPAIGN


Thank Your Caregiver Today! Often unsung heroes are those who touch our lives in an extraordinary way, simply because they care. They have chosen a profession in health care for one reason — to help others. The Guardian Angel program at Phelps County Regional Medical Center provides an opportunity for you, as a grateful patient, and your loved ones to recognize and express gratitude to a special caregiver who touched your life, or the life of your loved one at PCRMC. A caregiver can be anyone who made a difference in your appointment, stay or treatment at PCRMC. This can include (but not limited to): nurses, physicians, therapists, administrative staff, transportation assistants, technicians, etc. Chelsea Opsal Environmental Services A donor said of Chelsea, “Chelsea always takes superb care of our department. She is always friendly and goes above and beyond.”

HOW DO YOU HONOR YOUR CAREGIVER? 1. Fill out the return envelope, along with your donation (directed to the fund of your choice), and few words of appreciation (when applicable) to the Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation 2. Visit www.giving.pcrmc.com to nominate your Guardian Angel

HOW IS YOUR CAREGIVER RECOGNIZED? 1. Presented with a customized certificate recognizing them of their extraordinary work (amount of donation not specified) 2. Custom – crafted Guardian Angel lapel pin to be proudly worn on their employee badge/uniform

Chris Black, CRNA Anesthesia A grateful patient said of Chris, “Chris was at my daughter’s side and never left her. He made her feel comfortable and safe. What a wonderful relief it was to me, to know that someone as caring and kind as Chris was watching out for the wellbeing of my daughter.”

3. Recognized amongst their peers through announcement of the nomination via hospital wide e-mail, bulletin boards, social media and note to director (when applicable) 4. Recognized in annual Guardian Angel issue of the Focus magazine along with photo and name(s) of the grateful patients or loved one who recognized them

Unable to honor just one caregiver? Honor an entire department!

PCRMC Comprehensive Breast Center From left to right, Sherry Simpson, Lead Mammography Tech; Julie McCray, Mammography Tech; Tiffany Henry, Breast Center Coordinator; Roxana Gray, Secretary; and Dennis Enloe, Director of Medical Imaging.

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FUND

Fund Administrators

Who are they, and what is their role? The Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation has 13 supported funds. The Hospital Foundation acts as the conduit for charitable donations made to Phelps County Regional Medical Center. Each fund exists to assist patients with a variety of different needs that may arise during the course of their treatment. This can include: transportation to and from their appointments (free of charge),

ABBIE DARNELL MOBILITY FUND

BABY STEPS FUND

BREAST CENTER MAMMOGRAPHY FUND DELBERT DAY CANCER INSTITUTE

ENHANCING NURSING EXCELLENCE FUND

nutritional supplements such as Ensure, assistance with prescription co-pays, free mammograms to those who qualify, etc.

GREATEST NEEDS FUND

Each of the 13 funds has a Fund Administrator(s). Who are they? Fund Administrators are employees of Phelps County Regional

HEART-2-HEART FUND

Medical Center and have extensive clinical experience; especially relating to the individual fund(s) they manage.

HOSPICE FUND

What is their role? These individuals receive, and review all requests for fund distribution. It is their responsibility to work with the patients, and their requests for assistance — and using their clinical experience — determine whether the request will be. They carefully and

JAY CRUMP, DO MEMORIAL FUND

thoughtfully review each request and assure that donor funds are appropriately being used. In addition, there are two Chief Fund Administrators (CFAs), to whom each Fund Administrator reports.

JOY OF CARING CANCER FUND

The CFA’s role is to offer support and guidance, as needed.

Chief Fund Administrators

Jason Shenefield

Keri Brookshire-Heavin

PEDIATRIC DENTAL FUND

PATIENT TRANSPORTATION FUND


DESCRIPTION

FUND ADMINISTRATOR

Provides assistance with obtaining the Bioness unit, which helps patients who have foot drop problems, have suffered a stroke or have cerebral palsy or other neurological problems. The fund also pays for the training of RehabCare staff on the use of the Bioness equipment.

Sarah Menary 458-7140

Forever My Child: Provides for families who are coping with fetal and infant loss with tangible reminders of their baby. Lactation Center: Assists mothers with knowledgeable, trained support, breast pumps and supplies to make breastfeeding a success for mothers and babies.

Angela Christesen 458-7358

Provides financial assistance to qualified women for screening mammograms and other procedures, as recommended by the PCRMC Comprehensive Breast Center.

Tiffany Henry 458-3108

Provides comprehensive, coordinated, regional cancer care.

Jason Shenefield 458-7975

Provides nurses with equipment, education and technology to improve the quality of care and health outcomes of patients.

Keri Brookshire-Heavin 458-7923

Assists qualifying referrals that do not fit in another fund category or where the medical provider is unsure of how/where to get assistance (i.e. medical co-pays, travel assistance, prescriptions, etc.).

Cindy Butler 458-7644

Provides education, screenings and access to resources for cardiac care and cardiac rehabilitation.

Shawn Hodges 458-7945

Assists with prescription medications, personal bills, food supplements, support services, etc. for hospice patients and their families.

Cynthia Van Woeart 458-3806

Provides for the needs of the Emergency Room Department at PCRMC.

Dr. Jeffery Kerr 458-7949

Keri Brookshire-Heavin 458-7923

Dennis Enloe 458-7773

Linde Merrow 458-7676

Keri Brookshire-Heavin 458-7923 Assists patients undergoing cancer treatments with prescription medications, wigs, food supplements, mastectomy bras, rehabilitation, etc.

Susan Buhr 458-8339

Provides dental care to area youth between ages 1-18.

Anita Carroll 458-3475

Provides transportation to area residents within a 30-mile radius so they can travel to necessary appointments and treatments.

Cindy Butler 458-7644

Michelle Simpson 458-7510

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The Cancer Gala

will celebrate its 32nd year of raising awareness and local support for cancer care and research on Saturday, February 18, 2017, at the Havener Center on the MS&T Campus. Proceeds will benefit the new Delbert Day Cancer Institute and the Joy of Caring Cancer Fund at the Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation.

Reservation deadline is January 31, 2017 For more information contact Annie Bass at 573-465-0101 or abass@fidnet.com.

Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation 19th Annual Golf Tournament June 5th, 2017 at the Oak Meadow Country Club Proceeds to benefit the Delbert Day Cancer Institute. For more information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Cameron Hance at 573-458-7699 or at chance@pcrmc.com.


Seeking Support for the Cardiac Catheterization Lab Initiative Healthcare technology in the 21st century is changing at a dramatic pace, and at Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC), we’re committed to providing the residents of south central Missouri with uninterrupted access to world-class medical service. There has been a huge focus on cancer, but right now, we have a critical need to replace our current cardiac catheterization equipment. To ensure that PCRMC continues to maintain its commitment to you and your neighbors, your support is needed to fund the acquisition of equipment with the latest diagnostic and treatment technology. The Center for Disease Control estimates that more than 700,000 Americans suffer a heart attack each year, making cardiac disease the leading cause of death for both men and women. Cardiac catheterization provides diagnostic and treatment capabilities that saves lives every day — improving patient outcomes with each new generation of technological advancements.

The new equipment will provide immediate benefits for our patients, including: > Improved image quality to aid in stent placement > Decreased radiation exposure for patients and medical personnel > Increased uptime and speed in serving patients > Decreased maintenance cost > Enhanced recruitment of top-tier cardiologists

The Hospital Foundation is looking to raise $500,000 towards the 1.5 million dollar purchase of replacement equipment and customization of our Cardiac Catheterization Lab. Remember, when it comes to saving lives with cardiac diagnostics and interventions, every minute counts! Your gift will allow PCRMC to realize its mission to continue the local delivery of transformational healthcare for you, your loved ones and your community with the use of premier technology. We thank you for your consideration of this important initiative and deeply appreciate your generosity.

“Right now, we have a critical need to replace our current cardiac catheterization equipment” HOW CAN YOU DONATE TO THIS INITIATIVE? Please contact Donia Camarena by phone at 573-458-7604 or at dcamarena@pcrmc.com for more information on supporting this initiative. Or visit www.giving.pcrmc.com to give today. Foundation in Focus 15


Phelps Regional Health Care

Foundation

Hope. Help. Access.

Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation A Subsidiary of Phelps County Regional Medical Center PO Box 261 Rolla, Missouri 65402

Upcoming Foundation Events: 2017 Cancer Gala "My Big Fat Greek Cancer Gala"

February 18th

Location: Havener Center on the campus of MS&T 19th Annual Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation Golf Tournament

June 5th

Location: Oak Meadow Country Club, Rolla, MO

If you would prefer not to receive future communication to raise funds for Phelps Regional Health Care Foundation, please call us at 573-458-7249 or e-mail us at foundationservices@pcrmc.com or write to us at PO Box 261, Rolla, MO 65402. Provide your name and mailing address to ensure we have the correct information. Please allow up to 4 weeks for us to honor your request.

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