Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region
(SHSSR)
Sponsorship Program
August 2013
About Us
Meet the SHSSR Government and Community Relations Team:
• Keri Thomas, Regional Director Government and Community...
Our Region
Regional Overview
9 Counties
Population – 2.9M
1,500 Beds
70+ Care Centers
11k Employees
535 Medical Group Phys...
Sutter Amador Hospital
Site Specifics
• Acute Care Beds: 52
• Rural Health Centers
o Plymouth
o Pioneer
• Outpatient Servi...
Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital
Site Specifics
• Beds: 97
Quick Facts
• Active MDs on Staff: 115
• Employees: 613
• Consumer ...
Sutter Davis Hospital
Site Specifics
• Acute Care Beds: 48
• Onsite Medical Office Buildings: 2
Quick Facts
• Active MDs o...
Sutter Medical Center Sacramento
Site Specifics
• Beds: 892
• Campuses
o Sutter General Hospital
o Sutter Memorial Hospita...
Sutter Roseville Medical Center
Site Specifics
• Beds: 332
• Ambulatory Surgery Center: 1
• Onsite Medical Office Building...
Sutter Solano Medical Center
Site Specifics
• Acute Care Beds: 102
• Sutter Solano Cancer Center
Quick Facts
• Active MDs ...
Sutter Medical Foundation
• Counties Include:
Amador, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer,
Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba...
Our Mission in Action
Click Here to View
Where do we invest our dollars?
• SHSSR reinvests in healthcare for the underinsured, with 2.5 million
dollars provided fo...
Priority Areas of Focus
SHSSR is interested in supporting organizations that work within the
priority investment areas of ...
Proposer Requirements
Our sponsorship commitments extend beyond our Community
Investment Awards (grant funding opportuniti...
Proposer Process
1. Complete this mandatory Sponsorship Webinar hosted by SHSSR.
2. Complete the Sponsorship Proposal form...
Sponsorship Awards
Awardees may be provided some or all of
the following resources and tools:
• SHSSR messaging
• SHSSR lo...
Sponsorship Timeline
(Winter program)
For CBO events happening
January 2014 - May 2014:
• August 1, 2013: Webinar availabl...
Sponsorship Timeline
(Spring program)
For CBO events happening
June 2014 - December 2014:
• January 13, 2014: Webinar avai...
Frequently Asked Questions
What format do I submit my proposal in?
• There is now a Sponsorship Proposal form. Please visi...
Frequently Asked Questions
(continued)
If I received a Community Award Investment, can I apply for sponsorship?
• No. We a...
Thank You!!!!
For questions, contact:
shssrsponsorships@sutterhealth.org
To submit a sponsorship proposal, visit:
www.chec...
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SHSSR Sponsorship Webinar - August 2013

  1. 1. Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region (SHSSR) Sponsorship Program August 2013
  2. 2. About Us Meet the SHSSR Government and Community Relations Team: • Keri Thomas, Regional Director Government and Community Relations • Holly Harper, Regional Manager, Community Benefit and Community Relations • Kelly Brenk, Regional Community Benefit Coordinator • Angelika Garcia, Regional Community Benefit Associate “We invest in our community to increase access, remove barriers and promote strategic collaboration. It’s about getting patients to the right care in the right place, at the right time and it’s our number 1 priority.” – Holly Harper
  3. 3. Our Region Regional Overview 9 Counties Population – 2.9M 1,500 Beds 70+ Care Centers 11k Employees 535 Medical Group Physicians
  4. 4. Sutter Amador Hospital Site Specifics • Acute Care Beds: 52 • Rural Health Centers o Plymouth o Pioneer • Outpatient Service Center • Family Practice Clinic – Jackson Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 43 • Employees: 420 • 2008 Community Benefit Contribution: $3.8M • Sutter Amador Hospital partnered with the Amador Oral Health Task Force to help address one of the priority areas of focus in Amador: providing underinsured children with dental care.
  5. 5. Sutter Auburn Faith Hospital Site Specifics • Beds: 97 Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 115 • Employees: 613 • Consumer Reports Rated Among 10 Best Hospitals in California and Ranked Top 10% of All Hospitals Surveyed in the U.S • Health Express began more than a decade ago, offering free non- emergency medical transportation to those with disabilities and seniors. Due to the growing need, a collaborative partnership was formed to offer the service to all underserved populations within Placer County and beyond. We are currently providing approximately 750 rides per month.
  6. 6. Sutter Davis Hospital Site Specifics • Acute Care Beds: 48 • Onsite Medical Office Buildings: 2 Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 122 • Employees: 391 • Sutter Davis Hospital has partnered with CommuniCare Health Centers for more than 15 years to improve access to primary and mental health care for the uninsured and underinsured residents of Yolo County. CommuniCare is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that provides general medicine, pediatrics, immunizations, women’s health services, prenatal care, reproductive health services, dental care, optometry, behavioral health services, chronic disease management and more.
  7. 7. Sutter Medical Center Sacramento Site Specifics • Beds: 892 • Campuses o Sutter General Hospital o Sutter Memorial Hospital o Sutter Center for Psychiatry Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 987 • Employees: 5,147 • The Interim Care Program (ICP) provides access to care for vulnerable and traditionally underserved residents. Starting in 2004, SMCS was a founding partner in establishing an 18-bed shelter for homeless men and women to recuperate from medical conditions and linking them to vital community services.
  8. 8. Sutter Roseville Medical Center Site Specifics • Beds: 332 • Ambulatory Surgery Center: 1 • Onsite Medical Office Buildings: 4 • NICU • Sutter Rehabilitation Institute Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 330 • Employees: 1,456 • Senior Recreation and Respite Program (R&R) connects the senior population in Placer County, with important social and educational activities. R&R is designed to meet the needs of older adults with memory or physical impairments and provides recreational, social and educational activities for the participants and respite for caregivers to enjoy some free time.
  9. 9. Sutter Solano Medical Center Site Specifics • Acute Care Beds: 102 • Sutter Solano Cancer Center Quick Facts • Active MDs on Staff: 164 • Employees: 650 • 2008 Community Benefit Contribution: $12.7M • The Transitional Care Program (TCP) provides access to care for vulnerable and traditionally underserved residents. TCP links homeless adults to vital community services while giving them a place to heal and receive ‘wrap around care’. The most innovative aspect of this program is the unique collaboration between Sutter Solano Medical Center, NorthBay Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente, the Solano Coalition for Better Health, Solano County and the Benicia CAC.
  10. 10. Sutter Medical Foundation • Counties Include: Amador, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba. • Locations: 52 • Medical Groups: o Sutter Medical Group o Sutter North Medical Group • Active MDs on Staff: >1,300 PCPs and Specialists • Sutter Medical Foundation provides free or low cost digital mammograms to underinsured women throughout the Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region. All women who need follow up care are connected with appropriate community partners, to ensure they are wrapped with the necessary services, like insurance and follow up primary care.
  11. 11. Our Mission in Action Click Here to View
  12. 12. Where do we invest our dollars? • SHSSR reinvests in healthcare for the underinsured, with 2.5 million dollars provided for charity care on a weekly basis. • SHSSR invests 7 billion dollars a year in new facilities. • SHSSR makes strategic investments in specialty care and groundbreaking medical research. • SHSSR invests in critical Community Benefits programs and initiatives. In 2011 alone: o Sutter Medical Foundation made multiple contributions to the greater community, for a net Community Benefit of $41,460,352. o Sutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region provided $166,662,457 in benefits for the poor and underserved, and $8,145,718 in benefits for the broader community, for a total quantifiable Community Benefit of $174,808,175.
  13. 13. Priority Areas of Focus SHSSR is interested in supporting organizations that work within the priority investment areas of our regional hospital system and care centers. Those priority areas include: • Access to primary care services within underserved communities • Removal of barriers to access that occur among those with mental health and addiction issues • Programs that support seniors • Programs that support individuals with chronic diseases • Programs that provide prenatal and early childhood health services, especially to mothers and families with limited resources • Programs that support economic development and viability in the communities we serve
  14. 14. Proposer Requirements Our sponsorship commitments extend beyond our Community Investment Awards (grant funding opportunities) in support of such programs, and when sponsoring, we look for: • Organizations that engage a broad constituency of support, including but not limited to civic, community and regional leaders, as well as foundations, non-profits and the business community. • Events that celebrate successful health-related programs with proven impact. • Events that provide visibility to SHSSR representatives, either with a presence at the event or an opportunity to highlight Sutter’s support of the organization. • Events and efforts that foster economic development and vitality, which is imperative to the overall strength and health of our greater community . ** Remember that if you have received a Community Investment Award, you are not eligible for sponsorship funding.
  15. 15. Proposer Process 1. Complete this mandatory Sponsorship Webinar hosted by SHSSR. 2. Complete the Sponsorship Proposal form according to all posted rules and guidelines available at the end of this Webinar. 3. Submit sponsorship proposals according to the Winter & Spring timelines to shssrsponsorships@sutterhealth.org. Note: We will only accept applications sent to the email address specified above and the application must be sent by the person making the request. Unfortunately, we are unable to accept applications forwarded on the requestor’s behalf. 4. Sponsorship Proposals will be reviewed and awardees will be notified within eight weeks of submission.
  16. 16. Sponsorship Awards Awardees may be provided some or all of the following resources and tools: • SHSSR messaging • SHSSR logos • SHSSR videos • Final reporting guidelines, timelines and tools
  17. 17. Sponsorship Timeline (Winter program) For CBO events happening January 2014 - May 2014: • August 1, 2013: Webinar available • August 1, 2013 – September 30, 2013: Proposals due • October 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013: Awardees announced • January 2014 – July 2014: Awardee reporting measurable outcomes
  18. 18. Sponsorship Timeline (Spring program) For CBO events happening June 2014 - December 2014: • January 13, 2014: Webinar available • January 13, 2014 – March 10, 2014: Proposals due • March 10, 2014 – May 30, 2014: Awardees announced • June 2014 – February 2015: Awardee reporting measurable outcomes
  19. 19. Frequently Asked Questions What format do I submit my proposal in? • There is now a Sponsorship Proposal form. Please visit www.checksutterfirst.org/community to obtain the form. How do I apply if my organization has multiple events that cover both the Winter and Spring timelines? • Please complete one application for all events year around. You must include requested dollar amounts for each event. If my event/organization has multiple sponsorship levels should I include all options in the proposal? • Yes, but please be sure to still request a specific dollar amount. How do I report measurable outcomes for my event(s)? • After your event has concluded, please report your measurable outcomes by completing this survey.
  20. 20. Frequently Asked Questions (continued) If I received a Community Award Investment, can I apply for sponsorship? • No. We appreciate your commitment to the community, but we can only support your commitments in the form of Community Award Investments OR sponsorships. If you have questions about this, email shssrsponsorships@sutterhealth.org. What is the difference between a Community Award Investment and a sponsorship? • Community Investments (grants) are based on our community health needs assessment and focus on programs that increase access for the underinsured. These are sponsorships that allow Sutter to collaborate with community based organizations for their events and creates opportunities for Sutter to support community.
  21. 21. Thank You!!!! For questions, contact: shssrsponsorships@sutterhealth.org To submit a sponsorship proposal, visit: www.checksutterfirst.org/community

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