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ANNUAL REPORT 2010-2011


OUR

MISSION The Saban Free Clinic, in collaboration with strategic partners, serves as a medical home for the underserved and those who are most vulnerable by providing comprehensive, dependable and affordable quality health care in a caring environment.


“Without The Saban Free Clinic, I would not be alive”

Juan Jimenez survived a heart attack, but as he listened to a doctor at a local hospital talk about the next steps in his recovery process, he worried about how he would be able to afford to prevent another one. Mr. Jimenez had worked as a finance inspector at the same company for eighteen years. When the worst of the recession hit in 2009, his company laid off a large number of employees, including Mr. Jimenez, and his health insurance soon expired. At age 60 he found that no one wanted to hire him because they knew he would probably retire in a few years, and he still had to wait five years to become eligible for Medicare. With only his son’s small income as financial support for the both of them, Mr. Jimenez was concerned about the high cost of health care. Fortunately, the doctor at the hospital told him that he might be eligible to be a patient at The Saban Free Clinic, where he would be able to receive affordable health care. A week and a half after his heart attack, Mr. Jimenez made his first visit to the Clinic’s Wallis Annenberg Children and Family Health Center for a checkup with Dr. Shahram Javdanfar. Dr. Javdanfar began the appointment by listening to Mr. Jimenez’s heart and immediately knew that something was very wrong. “The doctor ordered, ‘Take him to the hospital right away,’” reported Mr. Jimenez, “and they called the ambulance and rushed me to the hospital

because I was having another heart attack.” When he regained consciousness in the hospital, the cardiologist asked him: “Who sent you here?” and Mr. Jimenez replied, “Dr. Javdanfar from The Saban Free Clinic.” “Well,” the cardiologist replied, “he just saved your life.” Now a regular patient of the Clinic, Mr. Jimenez says that he is extremely grateful for the lifesaving care he received: “I don’t know how to say thank you to the doctor. He saved my life. He acted so fast—he was so smart! If it weren’t for him I would have died.” Mr. Jimenez met with Dr. Javdanfar and expressed his gratitude: “Thanks to God and thanks to you—I am alive!” To which the doctor replied, “That’s my job.” Mr. Jimenez often tells people that he would not be alive without the Clinic, and that he stays healthy through the continuing care he now receives at the Clinic. Mr. Jimenez said that the Clinic is now his medical home: “They know me; they recognize me and always welcome me. Everyone is so friendly.” He knows that he is one of a lucky few that have survived multiple heart attacks, and is appreciative that the Clinic exists so he can receive the care he needs. And of course, he feels especially thankful for one person: Dr. Javdanfar, who is now his regular physician. “When I see him, he’s like my brother, my savior. He saved my life.”


OUR LEADERSHIP

THE SABAN FREE CLINIC 2010-2011

BOARD OF

DIRECTORS Officers

Members

Stanley M. Toy, Jr., M.D. President

Russell Alexander-Orozco

Lisa Gritzner First Vice President Daniele Beasley Treasurer Jeffrey Phillip Shaw Secretary

Martha Bernadett, M.D., M.B.A. Bob Broder, J.D. Laura Hartigan Eric Jung Ana Marlene Perez Michael Ziering, J.D.

BOARD OF

Fiscal Year 2011 ushered in tremendous change for The Saban Free Clinic and all health care clinics throughout the country. The national Affordable Care Act, designed to overhaul the nation’s health care system and guarantee access to medical insurance for tens of millions of Americans, presents new opportunities for improving the Clinic’s infrastructure and the way we provide services to patients. During the year, the Clinic successfully applied for and was designated a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-Alike. This will ensure that the Clinic continues to thrive in the new era of health care reform by opening the door to additional funding opportunities and allowing the Clinic to implement a sliding-fee scale for patients who do not qualify for coverage by government health care programs, such as Healthy Way L.A., Medi-Cal or Healthy Families. With this designation the Clinic strengthens its commitment to providing quality health care to low-income, uninsured people in our community. This new designation also required the Clinic to reconfigure its Board of Directors to include a specific percentage of Clinic patients, ensuring their involvement in Clinic oversight. Additionally, the Clinic created a Board of Trustees to provide consultation, expertise and assistance to the Board of Directors. In other recent developments, the School-based Health Center at Hollywood High School has become an important focus for the Clinic. The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) informed us that Hollywood High School has been identified as one of fourteen “hot-spot” schools in the county. To ensure better health outcome for the students and the neighboring community, LAUSD is renovating an area on campus that will allow the Clinic to expand services on site to more students, as well as eventually offering the surrounding community greater access to health care services.

TRUSTEES Marilyn Barrett, J.D. Christy L. Beaudin, Ph.D., L.C.S.W. Gray Davis, J.D. Sam Fischer, Esq. Paul Hernandez Norair Z. Jemjemian Nicole Kuklok-Waldman, J.D. Susan Mandel, M.D. Rajit Malhotra Kenneth E. Neisser, J.D. Karl A. Pettijohn Richard K. Rifenbark, J.D. Neil E. Romanoff, M.D., M.P.H. Karen B. Siteman, J.D. Dana Walden

“If you keep doing what you’ve always done, you’ll keep getting what you’ve always gotten.” – W. L. Bateman

Looking ahead to fiscal year 2012, we are excited to embrace new opportunities and are prepared to meet any challenges. In advance of full implementation of health care reform in 2014, this coming year will be heavily focused on enrolling all of our eligible patients in the Healthy Way L.A. program, adopting electronic health records for improved data collection, and working to further integrate behavioral health services into primary medical care. Our patients come first, and the services we provide will continue to reflect their needs. The Clinic will remain an advocate for the thousands who need us, as part of the health care safety net for the uninsured and the underinsured. Your commitment and contributions to The Saban Free Clinic keep our doors open. We thank you for your support.

From Left: Stanley M. Toy, Jr., MD. Clinic Board President Abbe Land Co-Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Bujer Co-Chief Executive Officer Dana Walden Friends Board President


FRIENDS BOARD OF

DIRECTORS

Officers Dana Walden President

HIGHLIGHTS

Kevin Reilly First Vice President

With the support of our community partners and generous donors, The Saban Free Clinic accomplished the following significant achievements that benefitted our patients in fiscal year 2010-2011: yy The Clinic provided a total of 88,351 patient visits to 21,211 unique clients, 99% of whom reported to be living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, which for a family of four is less than $44,700 annually. yy The Clinic continued its dedication to the Patient Centered Medical Home Model. This Model enables the Clinic to coordinate care around the needs of patients with greater efficiency, using a streamlined process that allows for immediate referral of all patients to other Clinic services. yy The Clinic developed an interdisciplinary planning team to transfer OB/GYN services to our Hollywood Wilshire Health Center, transforming this site into a comprehensive family practice clinic offering a fullrange of health care services to children, adults and pregnant women. yy The Clinic established a qualified intermediary audit subcommittee to ensure consistent ongoing quality assessment for all Clinic sites. yy To prepare for implementation of health care reform, the Clinic applied for and received designation as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) Look-Alike, which will greatly contribute to the Clinic’s sustainability in the years ahead. yy Per FQHC Look-Alike requirements, the Clinic reconfigured its Board of Directors to include Clinic patients, which will ensure their involvement in Clinic oversight. Additionally, the Clinic created a Board of Trustees to provide consultation, expertise and assistance to the Board of Directors. yy The Clinic implemented Healthy Way L.A., Los Angeles County’s new low-income health program. Healthy Way L.A. expands health care coverage to low-income,

Aaron Kaplan Second Vice President

uninsured individuals and reimburses providers treating these individuals for each patient visit.

Jordan Levin Treasurer

yy The Clinic’s Chronic Disease Management Program continues to positively impact the community and is one of the first programs in Los Angeles County to have a mental health component. In the past year, this program served 3,055 patients, accounting for 14% of the Clinic’s total number of patients served. yy During the past year, approximately 400 volunteers dedicated over 10,600 service hours to the Clinic in areas ranging from case management to recordkeeping to special events. yy The Clinic was able to expand the quality and quantity of services offered to patients through support provided by the Weingart Foundation, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, The Eisner Foundation, the California Community Foundation and many other generous funders. yy The Clinic partnered with Reach Out and Read to film a public service announcement at The Wallis Annenberg Children and Family Health Center promoting early literacy, which featured actor Hill Harper of CSI: NY.. yy The Clinic gained exposure through coverage in over 100 media outlets, including prominent publications such as The Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. yy The Clinic produced four successful fundraising events, coordinated by our Special Events Department, that raised almost $2 million in support of patient services. yy The Clinic’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jehni Robinson, was featured on KPCC’s Crawford Family Community Forum as part of a panel of “L.A.’s Top Docs.”

Michael Plonsker Secretary Martha Henderson Member-at-Large Ted Harbert Immediate Past President

Members Lou Adler Robert Adler Kenneth A. August Irving Azoff Marilyn Barrett, J.D. Peter Benedek Lloyd Braun Barbara Corday John B. Emerson Sam Fischer, Esq. Budd Friedman Andy Friendly David T. Friendly Marc Graboff Robert Greenblatt Ellen Hoberman Tom Hoberman Jason Kaplan Warren Littlefield

Howard C. Mandel, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Steven Marenberg Barbara Marshall Stephen McPherson Faye Miller Leslie Moonves David Nochimson Michael Ogiens Lou Pitt Bruce Rosenblum Peter Roth Henry Shields, Jr., Esq. Eric Siegel Don Spetner Marcia Steere Richard Weitz Cori Wellins Lagao Andrea Wong Barbara Yaroslavsky


HONOR ROLL 2010-2011

FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE (Above $50,000) Individuals Cheryl and Haim Saban/The Saban Family Foundation Foundations and Trusts California Community Foundation The California Wellness Foundation The John W. Carson Foundation Center for Oral Health The Eisner Foundation Inc. The Lincy Foundation The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation Rosenthal Family Foundation The Fran and Ray Stark Foundation Weingart Foundation West Family Trust

Corporations and Organizations City National Bank Kaiser Permanente - Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. Loeb & Loeb LLP NBCUniversal Showtime Networks, Inc. TPG Capital Twentieth Century Fox Television Warner Bros. Television Group

STERLING CIRCLE ($15,000 - $24,999) Individuals Anonymous James L. Brooks Robert Greenblatt Martha Henderson Marta Kauffman and Michael Skloff Dana and Matt Walden Foundations and Trusts

DIAMOND CIRCLE ($25,000 - $49,999)

Archstone Foundation The George Hoag Family Foundation Elton John AIDS Foundation Anthony & Jeanne Pritzker Family Foundation The Rose Hills Foundation Lon V. Smith Foundation Mike and Corky Hale Stoller Foundation

Individuals

Corporations and Organizations

Cindy and Bob Broder Barbara and Garry Marshall

Comcast Entertainment Group Community Partners DIRECTV, Inc. Disney/ABC Television Group Front Line Management Group, Inc. Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Ruch & Kaller, LLP Imagine Television International Creative Management Irell & Manella LLP Northrop Grumman Corporation Paradigm Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P.

Corporations and Organizations Prime Healthcare Services, Inc.

Foundations and Trusts Anonymous Blue Shield of California Foundation The Clinton Family Foundation The Karl Kirchgessner Foundation Susan G. Komen for the Cure, LA Marcled Foundation The Wunderkinder Foundation

United Talent Agency WME Ziffren Brittenham LLP

Mary Ann Weisberg and Bryce Perry Foundation Wilshire Health & Community Services, Inc.

PLATINUM CIRCLE ($10,000 - $14,999)

Corporations and Organizations

Individuals Deborah and Mark Attanasio Drs. Martha and Faustino Bernadett Jeff L. Bianco Sharon and Honorable Gray Davis (Ret.) Leah and Sam Fischer Laurie Goodman and Don Spetner Ellen and Tom Hoberman Deirdre and Paul Lee Nancy Stevens and Rick Rosenthal/ The Rosenthal Family Foundation Alison Whalen and Steven A. Marenberg Diane and Michael Ziering Foundations and Trusts The Apatow Family Foundation, Inc. The Faro Foundation Ferrell/Paulin Family Foundation, Inc. The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation Henry L. Guenther Foundation The Ignatz Family Trust Kaiser Foundation Hospitals The Maurice Marciano Family Foundation The Medtronic Foundation The Louis & Harold Price Foundation The Vons Foundation

3 Arts Entertainment Accenture The Capital Group Companies Chernin Entertainment, LLC Creative Artists Agency DreamWorks Studios Edison International Fulwider Patton LLP HBO The LITTLEFIELD Company Paramount Pictures Corporation Providence Equity Partners LLC Sony Pictures Entertainment Southern California Edison Wells Fargo

GOLD CIRCLE ($5,000 - $9,999) Individuals Page and Lou Adler Sara and Robert Adler Patricia S. and Kenneth A. August Marilyn Barrett Gail Berman Barbara J. and Jeffrey V. Blake Lloyd Braun Angela J. Bromstad and Matthew T. Moles


Stephen Chin Joel Cohen Jonathan Coon Wanda De Jesus and Jimmy Smits Sheril and Bob Freedman Jeff Frost Aileen Getty Chuck Lorre/The Dharma Grace Foundation Drs. Susan A. and Howard C. Mandel Stacey McKenzie and Bobby Bowman Cheryl and James Miller Faye Miller Ann and Jerry Moss A. J. Neilan Jeanne and Gary Newman Gail and David Nochimson Dr. Eleanor R. and Glenn A. Padnick Jeanne Phillips and Walter Harris/ The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation Robert Philpott LeAnn Poole Rebecca Rothstein Renee Rousselot and Barry Jossen Henry Shields, Jr./Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP Lynne and Eric Siegel Mace Siegel Deena and Martin Singer Marcia and Harry Steere Sara, Samantha and Martin Widzer Rolfe E. Wyer Foundations and Trusts The Cecile & Fred Bartman Foundation The Candyce Colvin Living Trust Entertainment AIDS Alliance Ronald S. Haft Foundation Judith Horn Living Trust Robert J. Kahn Foundation The Jena and Michael King Foundation The Barry and Wendy Meyer Foundation The Ronald Newburg Foundation The Albert Parvin Foundation Karen S. Pulaski Philanthropic Fund State Street Foundation Sunair Children’s Foundation

Wells Fargo Foundation Corporations and Organizations Anonymous A&E Television Networks Bell and Company CPA’s P.C. Cerrell Associates, Inc. The Collective Management Group LLC Deloitte LLP Discovery Shared Services E! Entertainment Television Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman, L.L.P. Holthouse Carlin & Van Trigt LLP Lavely & Singer Lionsgate Entertainment Media Rights Capital Mediabase Medpoint Management Meschures, Campeas, Thompson, Snyder, Pocras & Levin, LLP Perry & Neidorf, LLP The Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) Provident Financial Management RHI Entertainment Savitsky, Satin & Bacon Sloane, Offer, Weber & Dern, LLP Stuber Pictures Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. Wolf, Rifkin, Shapiro, Schulman & Rabkin, LLP

UNDERWRITERS’ CIRCLE ($1,000 - $4,999) Individuals Steve Afriat and Curtis Sanchez/ The Afriat Consulting Group Anonymous Annina and Thomas Arthur Dr. Julia P. Bailey Lillian Tekla Barnes Bernard J. Beiser Rachel Bendavid Hillary Bibicoff Benjamin C. Bohr Honorable Lili and Jon Bosse

Stephen Brim Ira W. Brodsky Adrian Brown Linda and Jerry Bruckheimer Judy Friedman and Steven H. Burkow Debbie and James Burrows Trisha Cardoso Lynda and Jonathan S. Chu Laurel and Aaron C. Clark Rebecca and Robert M. Clements Barbara Corday and Roger Lowenstein Nancy S. De Mayo and Joseph Klemash Steven Dubin Daniel Erickson Suzanne and Daniel Ferleger Jessica and Joel Fields Melissa Forman and Neal Tiles Pat and Andy Friendly Priscilla and David T. Friendly Lionel Furst Michael Scott Garner and Phillipe Pierre Maigret Nancy and Jonathan Glaser Patricia L. Glaser and Sam Mudie Robert Goldman Deborah and Marc Graboff Honi A. and Dennis L. Greenwald Mary Jennifer Howell Tania and Eric Idle Marjorie L. Jennings Matthew M. Johnson Leslie Joseph Heather Kadin Deborah and Ivan Kallick Jason Kaplan Jeffrey A. Kaplan Laurie Kasper-Gwyn and Jim Gwyn Susan Marie and Robert Kazdan Carolyn B. and Charles M. Knobler Suzanne Maureen Kolb Nicole Kuklok-Waldman and Stuart Waldman Honorable Abbe S. Land and Martin Gantman Elizabeth A. Latshaw John D. Lieberman Richard Lutz Leslie S. Lyndon and William R. Carey

Evelyne Martial and Paul Alexander David Matalon Margaret E. Maxwell and William H. Wright, III Jane Mazzoni Susan McNamara Jesus Barron Melendez James Miller Patricia Chenet and Judson Mock Jonathan D. Moonves William L. Moseley Jimmy Mulville/Hat Trick Productions

John K. Murphy James M. Nederlander and James L. Nederlander Elizabeth and Yehuda Naftali Ilse and Kurt Oetiker Suzanne and Jim Packer Michael Parks Karl A. Pettijohn Berta and Lou Pitt Andrea and Peter Roth Russell Rothberg Robert Saget Dr. Michal Amir Salkin Yoriko Saneyoshi Gretchen Schaffner and Alex Reid Carol and Charles Schwartz


UNDERWRITERS’ CIRCLE (Continued)

Mildred and Sherwood Schwartz Richard Scott

Diane and George L. Shapiro Diane Sherman-Smith Ellen R. Silver and Jeff L. Bujer Shana and Scott Silveri Rick Steele Judith and Bruce Stern Stuart F. Sucherman/Sucherman Consulting Group Inc. Penny and Dr. Ronald Sue Janet Gilbreath and Robert D. Swartz Blair J. Taylor Denise Taylor Annie and Tony Thomas Deborah and David Trainer Julie and Frank Von Zerneck Renée Weitz Marilyn and John Wells

Ann and Gary Yates Nancy J. Yee Foundations and Trusts Anonymous Philip and Daniele Barach Family Foundation Beverly Hills Rotary Community Foundation The Louis L. Borick Foundation California Consumer Protection Foundation The Glen & Mary Ann Charles Family Foundation Discover A Star Foundation; Universal Studios Hollywood Focus on Children Now Inc. The GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program The David Geffen Foundation Earl B. Gilmore Foundation Sheila Gold Foundation The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation In-N-Out Burger Foundation Laemmle Theatres Charitable Foundation The Lebel Charitable Foundation The Marmor Foundation Milken Family Foundation The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation Irving Niel Parker Trust Roth Family Foundation The Seidel Family Foundation St. Joseph Health System Foundation The Streisand Foundation The Strickland Family Foundation Tides Foundation Corporations and Organizations Altman Greenfield & Selvaggi, LLP The Bentley Club Bloomingdales, Inc. CVS Caremark The California Endowment Connon Wood Scheidemantle LLP

Cope Health Solutions Del, Shaw, Moonves, Tanaka, Finkelstein & Lezcano Dreamweaver Consultancy, A Medical Corp. Duban Sattler & Associates, LLP Falcon Theatre Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger/ Food For All Freedman, Broder & Company G.R.A.C.E. Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown, Inc. GENERATE Glaser, Weil, Fink, Jacobs, Howard & Shapiro , LLP Haber Corporation Hoffman, Sabban & Watenmaker The Kaplan Stahler Agency Kaufman + Bernstein, Inc. Lagnese, Peyrot & Mucci, Inc. Liberty Media Corporation Laura Lizer & Associates, Inc. Longo Toyota-Scion-Lexus MIPF, Inc. MSI Management Services, Inc. Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP Miller, Kaplan, Arase & Co. LLP NBCUniversal - Universal City Studios LLP Pechanga Resort and Casino Power & Twersky, LLP QueensCare RBZ, LLP The Rothman Brecher Agency Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP Sobul, Primes & Schenkel, CPAs Source Print Media Sugar Foods Corporation Summit Entertainment, LLC UCLA United Healthcare Services, Inc. Andrew Weiss Gallery Weissman Wolff Bergman Coleman Grodin & Evall, LLP Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign West Coast University

PUBLIC ENTITIES AND PARTNERS American Career College California Family Health Council, Inc. California Hospital Medical Center California Primary Care Association Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Charitable Auto Resources, Inc. Children’s Hospital Los Angeles City of Beverly Hills City of Los Angeles City of West Hollywood Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County County of Los Angeles/Department of Health Services and Department of Mental Health Services Direct Relief USA First 5 LA Healthcare LA, IPA Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles Kaiser Permanente L.A. Care Health Plan Los Angeles Unified School District Northeast Valley Health Corporation Operation USA Radnet, Inc. Shelter Partnership State of California UCLA School of Dentistry United Way of Greater Los Angeles University of California San Francisco If your name is not listed, or listed improperly, please accept our apologies and call 323-3301670 so a correction can be made. During the time period, we received $306,584.10 in gifts less than $1,000.00. We also received $94,452.35 in donations made by our patients. We deeply appreciate the support of our friends. Due to space restrictions, we are unable to list gifts that are cumulatively less than $1,000.00.


PLANNED GIVING Your Planned Gift Ensures a Future

Nothing can secure and perpetuate The Saban Free Clinic’s mission like planned gifts. Planned giving ensures that the programs and services we offer continue to improve the lives of children, families, seniors and individuals in need of affordable quality medical care, dental care and social services for many years to come. By joining The Saban Free Clinic’s Forever Free Legacy Circle, you guarantee that a patient’s access to their medical home remains “a right, not a privilege.” Planned gifts are a way to ensure your wishes are fulfilled and your legacy is carried on, creating or updating your will is a must. Planning a gift is simple and uncomplicated

Planned giving offers many benefits to the donor; to the charitable organization and it is tax wise. Some common ways to fund a planned gift are: yy yy yy yy

Cash and real estate Life insurance and retirement plans, e.g., 401k, 403b Partnership interests and securities/stock Tangible personal property

If you are interested in gift plans that return income to you, consider any of the following options: yy Charitable gift annuities yy Pooled income funds yy Charitable remainder unitrusts and annuities Some of the tax benefits you can receive for supporting and generously giving to The Saban Free Clinic are: yy On securities or real estate: you can receive a charitable deduction for the full market value of the asset, and pay no capital gains tax on the transfer yy On a life-income gift: you can receive a tax deduction for the full, fair market value of the assets contributed, minus the present value of the income interest retained. If you fund your gift with appreciated property you pay no upfront capital gains tax on the transfer yy A bequest, a beneficiary designation in a life insurance policy or retirement account are exempt from estate tax Your Forever Free Legacy gift ensures a future for the Clinic and makes a difference for years to come.

The Forever Free Legacy Circle is a group of donors whose planned gifts help to extend the future and mission of The Saban Free Clinic. Please consult your financial advisor to tailor a gift that fits your needs and expresses your wishes and concerns. Planned gifts from caring donors like you help us keep our doors open to those in our community who need our services the most. For further information about the Forever Free Legacy Circle, contact the Development Department by calling 323-330-1670.

FOREVER FREE

LEGACY CIRCLE Jonathan Ahearn* Marsha and Ira R. Alpert Carmen Arreola* Marilyn Barrett Daniele Beasley Isidore Bergner* Jean F. Bonini The Victor & Andrea Carter Revocable Trust* Wilt Chamberlain* Candyce Colvin* John Corby Annie Ellicott Louis Fink* Leah and Samuel Fischer Pat and Andy Friendly Greta Furst* Gary Garbowitz Helen Goldstein* Laurie Goodman and Don Spetner Lisa Gritzner Jacques & Lillian K. Hirshfield Ellen and Tom Hoberman Harry Hoffman* Judith Horn* Livia* and John* Ignatz William Jones Seymour* & Lois* Knee Family Trust Erin and William Kruse Nicole Kuklok-Waldman Abbe Land Sharon and Howard Littman Drs. Susan and Howard Mandel Elaine Latimore McEnany* Bruce and Maureen McKenna

Faye Miller Winifred and Kenneth E. Neisser Gail* and David Nochimson Irving Niel Parker* Vinod Singh Peterson Karl A. Pettijohn Freda Rosen Ande and Bruce Rosenblum Linda Rubin Cathy and Joel Schwartz Angel Silva Elvira Silva Marcia and Harry Steere Mike and Corky Hale Stoller Foundation The Rose Tabah 1992 Family Trust* Glenda Tusher Living Trust* Meridith L. Weiss Mimi* and Bernie* West Winner Living Trust (Miriam Winner)* Jules Young *Deceased


IN KIND

DONATIONS General Donations July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 Individual Donors Bela Bajaria and Douglas V. Prochilo Celestine Barnwell Grace Barreto Art Berkowitz Jay Blumenfield Sharon Case Nidia M. Cazan Andy Chavez Eva Chorub Yi-huah Chung-Labarg Shannon Cisch Charlz Curtis Mark Daniels E. Deschanel Mike Dewitt Laurie and Jon Feltheimer Bernice P. Fisher Dudley J. Geiger, Jr. Alice Germanetti Dr. Naeemah H. Ghafur Zena Ginsberg Elizabeth Ann Gorcey Robert Greene Mary Gregory Wendy Guidery Dominica Salvatore Hale Allen Hatch Juan C. Henriquez Leticia and Johnny Hernandez Joseph R. Hogue Dr. Caroline Jenson Laurie Johnson Mandana Kabiri Blaire and Aaron Kaplan Kay and Gary Kaplan Diane Kealoha Nicole Kuklok-Waldman and Stuart Waldman

Honorable Abbe S. Land and Martin Gantman Dr. David Lavine Leticia Isabel Lozano Shannon McClenton Carol Miller Lee Mills Saar N. Mizrahi Edith Nunez Linda Oliver and Alan Baker Angela and Christopher Preston Gazelle Rastegar Lyn Repath-Martos Colleen Rodriguez Alex Roldan Neil Roscoe Randy Ellen Ross Lana Rushing Victor Sanchez Charmian Schreiner Mladenka Segota Naomi Serotoff Nicola Shocket Patricia and Richard S. Sobel Heather Spangler Ms. and Mr. E. Strongin Debra Swihart Maricela and Nelson Turcios Ivette Vivanco Larry Wainshtok Joan Yeoman and Louis Bernstein Corporations and Organizations Anthem Blue Cross 2000 Americans Helping Americans Anglican Church of Our Saviour As One Charity CA Botana International, Inc. Coastal Classic Creations Direct Relief USA Empowered Products Inc. The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation Focus on Children Now Inc. Friends of the Santa Monica Library Sheila Gold Foundation The Hollywood Company Hot in Hollywood

JAR L.A. Care Health Plan Magicopolis Murad, Inc. Naiad Soap Arts Paul Frank The Peninsula Hotel, Beverly Hills RadNet, Inc. Reach Out and Read

S2S Design Sanofi Pasteur, Inc. Shelter Partnership Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators Twentieth Century Fox Television United Studios of Self Defense UTA Foundation The Yucaipa Company


SERVICES

PATIENT DEMOGRAPHICS

COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL CARE

yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy yy

Primary, preventive and specialty care for adults and children Prenatal care Obstetrics/Gynecology Care for chronic diseases, including Diabetes, Asthma and other chronic diseases Optometry Pharmacy Cancer screenings Diagnostic and laboratory services Sexually transmitted disease diagnosis and treatment High-risk youth services Chiropractic care Physical therapy Rapid HIV testing Wellness classes, including nutrition, yoga and diabetes education

DENTAL CARE

yy yy yy yy yy

RACE 5% Other/Unknown

<1% Native American

7% Asian/Pacific Islander 53% Hispanic 16% African American

18% Caucasian

POVERTY LEVEL 5% 134-200%

1% 201-250% <1% >251%

13% 101-133%

Comprehensive dental care for children and adults X-rays Cleanings and fillings Dentures Extractions

81% 0-100%

EDUCATION AND OUTREACH

yy Health education, including chronic disease management and weight loss yy Sexual health and HIV counseling and testing yy Peer-to-peer education

AGE 10% 60-69

MENTAL HEALTH AND CASE MANAGEMENT

yy Crisis intervention counseling yy Short-term therapy yy Shower facilities for homeless clients

1% 70+ 4% 0-9 8% 10-19 17% 20-29

21% 50-59

17% 30-39 21% 40-49


LIST OF 2010-2011

VOLUNTEERS Lou Adler Robert Adler, Esq. Claudia Aguilar Jose P. Albert Russell Alexander-Orozco Donna J. Asimont, M.D. Carmen Alvarado Kenneth A. August Jose Avalos, M.D. Irving Azoff Susan Baldwin, M.D. Marilyn Barrett, Esq. Daniele Beasley Christy L. Beaudin, Ph.D., LCSW Peter Benedek Richard Bennett, M.D. Martha Bernadett, M.D., MBA

William Bierer, M.D. Bob Broder Cindy Broder Rebecca Brunson Susan Bryant Bob J. Bursick Ellen-Rachel Caldwell Nekaya Carter Bojan Cercek, M.D., Ph.D. Michael Chaikin, M.D. Andrew Chau Edmond Choi Jonathan Chu Stacy Conover Steven Craft Kevin Craighead David R. Cuezon Gray Davis, J.D. Libby Delacy Melissa Dixon Anita Artstein-Dunsay, Ph.D. Kenneth Elconin, M.D. David Eldridge, O.D. Ashlee Emanuel John B. Emerson Rami Etessami, D.D.S. Laurie Feltheimer Heather Fichtel Leah Fischer Sam Fischer, Esq. Leonard Fisher, M.D.* Budd Friedman Andy Friendly David T. Friendly David Frisch, M.D. Dudley Geiger Kate Geller, RN Herbert M. Goldberg, M.D. Naomi Goldman Viti Golomb David Goodberg Emily Goodberg Laurie Goodman Rodrigo Gonzales Marc Graboff Ryan Grashow Lisa Gritzner Gustavo Guerrero

James Hara, M.D. Gregory C. Harbaugh Ted Harbert Jack Harris Laura Hartigan Martha Henderson Robert A. Hoang, D.D.S. Ellen Hoberman Tom Hoberman Scott Hoxby Norair Z. Jemjemian Eric Jung Dana Bae Kang, M.D. Aaron Kaplan Diane Kaplan Jason Kaplan Kay Kaplan David Kaufman Susan Marie Kazdan, RN Brian Kim Jihye (Grace) Kim Candace King Nicole King Melissa Kinnicutt Jeffrey Kittiyachavalit Jimmy Kittiyachavalit Tracy Koh Neilson Ku Nicole Kuklok-Waldman Beata Kulish Mina Kumar Michelle Kuo Joon Kyung Pegah Lahijanian Trang Le Pat Lebel, RN Phylis Ledesma Jackie Lee Julie Lee Michelle Lee William Lee Jason Leung Jordan Levin David Levine Michael Levine Diana Li Didi Li Jessica Li

Jenny Lin Karin Lin Peter Lin Sophia Lin Berniece Linden David Lipin Warren Littlefield Sharon E. Littman Albert Liu Andreas Liu Courtney Brooke Lockhart Erica Soleil Lopez Olga Lopez Rudy Lopez Charlyn Lu Joseph Luftman, M.D. Rachel Machado Alan Macleod Kenney Mah Shalimar Malimban Rajit Malhotra Courtnee Maloney Don Maloy Howard C. Mandel, M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Susan Mandel, M.D. Kristin Mar Mike Mar David L. Marcus, M.D. Steven Marenberg Barbara Marshall, RN Linda Martin Max Mashour Sara Markoff Laura L. Matsunaga, D.D.S. Kerry McCluggage Mike McCormick David McGaffey Stephen McPherson Peggy Miles, M.D. Faye Miller Erin Mills Rae Mitchell* Synthia Molina Naomi Montoya Leslie Moonves Breshae Moore Melinda Moore Oscar Morales


Shirley Morrigan, J.D. Landen Morris Jessica Mubaraki Johanna Mubaraki Tousal Muhammad Paul Nakashima Kenneth E. Neisser, J.D. Florence Nelson, Ph.D. Vanessa Nguyen Christopher Nguyen Mark Noah, M.D. David Nochimson Monica Anne Marcelo Obaldo Martha Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Margorie F. Oderberg, Ph.D. Michael Ogiens Dotun Adeboye Ogunyemi, M.D. Christine Ottobre Vahan Paretchan Bonnie Parish Steve Parks Katharine Pattee Krista Paul Einy Paulsen Kine Paulsen Greg A. Pearl, O.D. Ana Marlene Perez Kathryn Perkel Karl A. Pettijohn Cung Pham, M.D. Doreen Phon, Pharm D. Lou Pitt Rebecca Pizzitola Michael Plonsker Maryam Pouladian Henry Poulatian Evan Pozarny Amreen Rahman Mayleen Ramey Mike Ramey Nancy Ramos Arnali Ray Nick Reddy Marjorie Reed Chris T. Reeves Kevin Reilly Nancy Reimer Angela Reyes

Edward Rickter Maria Emmanor Rigonan Erin Riordan Christiane Riou Jose Rivera Alexander Rivkin, M.D., ENT Neil Romanoff, M.D., M.P.H. Ande Rosenblum Bruce Rosenblum Peter Roth Bernard Rothman, M.D. Bushra Rothstein, Ph.D. Sarah Rothstein Ross Lana Rushing Cheryl Saban Pia Sablok Sumit Sablok Mateeia Saeedan Kari Sakata Courtney Salera Oscar Sanchez Shelia Sanders Carlos Sandoval Thomas Sardi, CPA Aaron Savar, M.D. Jay Schapira, M.D. Dan Schechter Jude Schneider Andre Scipio Vilma Scott Florian Seidel Jesse Selkin Keri Shaffer Jaina Shah Jay Shah Constance Shao Catherine Shaw Jeffrey Phillip Shaw Jennifer Shieh Henry Shields, Jr., Esq. Eric Siegel Robert Siegel, M.D. Vanessa Simiola Danny Singh Karen B. Siteman, J.D. Leslie Siy Julia Sohn Javier Solis

Jonathan Meir Solnik, M.D. Gail Diane Solo Gil Solomon, M.D. Claudia Solorzano Sean Sooferian Don Spetner Harry Steere Marcia Steere Andrea Stemler-Crews Daniel Stephenson Cami Straw Jessica Stuart Ryan S. Stybel, O.D. Samuel H. Tahk Yuh Jiun Tan Sarah Tate Ana-Alicia Thompson Tonika S. Thornton John J. Tierney, M.D. Nancy Timmins Maria I. Tinoco Eula Toca Eden Tol Stanley Toy, Jr., M.D. Charles Tran Cristal Tsen Annette Tulisiak Ashley Tullman Emmanuel Urbano Damian Vaughan Anand Vermuri Joseph Vigil

MiChelleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Vigil Kim Vollstedt Brian Vu Mike Vu Leng Vuong Dana Walden Cynthia Walker Karen Walker Emily Wan Julie Wang Capri Warchol Danielle Warnke Amber Washington Yvette Washington Michael H. Weisman, M.D. Meridith Weiss, J.D. Irwin S. Weiss, M.D. Richard Weitz Cori Wellins-Lagoa Keith K. Westmoreland Susan Winston Andrea Wong Jennifer Wong Minda Wong Nancy Wong Edward Woo Elaine Wood Barbara Yaroslavsky Haris Yu Brian Zhang Michael Ziering *Deceased


Patient Care: Striving to Go Above and Beyond

It is our patients at The Saban Free Clinic that motivate us to work hard each and every day to ensure that health care is a right and not a privilege. We are gratified to be providing the necessary services for them to lead healthier and happier lives. Last year our patients donated more than $94,000 to thank us for being their medical home. We were truly moved by their generosity and very appreciative for these funds, which will allow us to continue to provide the high-quality care that they depend upon. We highly value our patients, and we are committed to addressing their needs to the fullest. In addition to providing primary health care, the Clinic has been able to offer services such as showers for homeless persons, prenatal gift baskets for expecting mothers, support groups for those with special needs, and weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve even found a wonderful way to make our patientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; holidays brighter. This year, the Clinic hosted our 21st Annual Patient Holiday Party. This community event was created in 1989 to address the needs of high-risk youth in the Hollywood area by providing them warm clothes. Thirty-five people attended that first holiday event. This year the Clinic was able to provide more than 500 patients and their family members with a warm meal, clothing, toiletries, toys, blankets and other necessities. We are constantly looking for new opportunities to better serve our patients, and we thank our donors and volunteers for their continued support and assistance in helping us create a real medical home.


FINANCIALS REVENUE: $15,662,050 14% In-Kind $2,279,952

Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments

3% Contributions $424,339 39% Fee-for-service $6,144,523

1% Events $160,481

CURRENT ASSETS

518,685

Contributions and grants receivable

447,797

Other contracts receivable

289,144

Due from Friends of The Saban Free Clinic Prepaid Expenses and Other Assets Property and Equipement, net Permanently Restricted Investments

10% Foundations $1,567,414

Total Assets

12% Investment Revenue $1,850,220

12% Friends $1,855,723

5% Administration $787,349

6% Fundraising $837,668

89% Program Services $13,016,831

12,615 521,960 76,670 6,160,780 1,117,754 22,787,732

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Current Liabilities

893,698

Long-Term Debt

892,068

Total Liabilities

EXPENSES: $14,641,848

11,800,541

Fee-for-service contracts receivable, net

Inventories

9% Other State/ City Contracts $1,379,398

1,841,786

1,785,766

Net Assets Unrestricted - General

2,127,018

Unrestricted - Investment in Land and Building

5,268,712

Unrestricted - Board Designated

425,000

Temporarily Restricted

12,181,236

Permanently Restricted

1,000,000

Total Net Assets

21,001,966

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

22,787,732

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES Total Support and Revenue Increase in Net Assets

15,662,050 1,020,202


Beverly Health Center 8405 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90048 The S. Mark Taper Foundation Health Center 6043 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90028 Hollywood-Wilshire Health Center 5205 Melrose Ave., First Floor Los Angeles, CA 90038 The Wallis Annenberg Children And Family Health Center 5205 Melrose Ave., Second Floor Los Angeles, CA 90038 School-Based Health Center at Hollywood High School 1521 N. Highland Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90028 323-653-8622 Administration 323-653-1990 Appointments www.thesabanfreeclinic.org www.lateenhealth.org


Annual Report 2010-2011