OUR MISSI N IS LIFE
The Annual Report of
St. Francis Medical Center Foundation
Fiscal Year 2012
July 1, 2011 - June 30, 20...
Mary Eileen “Dub” Drees
Vice President of Development and CEO
St. Francis Medical Center Foundation

Dear Friends:
As I re...
The Annual Report of
St. Francis Medical
Center Foundation
Fiscal Year 2012
July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012

Creating a
Place...
Healing

C r ea t i ng

a

P l a c e

o f

Spotlight on

Dr. Mike Stephen

When he was five years old, Mike Stephen told h...
“We have an
incredible team
in the Emergency
Department …
they are
true heroes.”

Emergency Medicine

Giving Back

This pa...
Being Thankful
Sp o t lig h t

o n

Br o t h e r

Ce sa r

G a l a n

Cesar Galan’s life changed dramatically on April 3, ...
“It’s still difficult some days,” he says
about both his life and his ministry.
“But I pray deeper. And I am thankful.”

H...
3D

Mammography

Pink Glove
Dance Project

The Pink Glove Dance Project helped unveil St. Francis’ new 3D Mammography mach...
P ro m

UPDATE

D re ss

P r ojec t

In spring 2012, nearly 200 young women participated in the Prom Dress
Project. The Pr...
F O U N D AT I O N

FUNDED

Healthy Community Initiatives (HCI) brings health screenings, immunizations, and health
educat...
PROGRAM

HIGHLIGHTS
The Health Benefits Resource Center serves as a full-service, one-stop hub that effectively links indi...
2012

H i g h l i g h t s o f F i s c a l Ye a r

2012 ASSOCIATE

Other FY 12	
Special Events FY 12	
GRAND TOTALS:	

$16,6...
AND INDIVIDUAL DONORS
Nabil G. Haddad

Teresita R. Tayag

Nongluk Aroonprapun

Theodore Boub

Rosa Castellanos

Bryan Hoop...
2012 ASSOCIATE AND
Dr. & Mrs. David H. Daneshvar

Cynthia Garcia

Barbara Hampton

Maria M. Iturri

Salvatore A. Danna

Dr...
INDIVIDUAL DONORS
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Klieman

Doreen Maas

Judy McWhorter

Rosemarie A. Nicholson

Olevia Petry-Miles...
2 0 1 2

D O N O R S

Maria C. Rosas

Allie V. Smith

Dr. Christy Stephen

Celeste G. Veerkamp

Bob Rose

Paul Scarborough...
2012 CORPORATE AND
FOUNDATION DONORS
Gifts of $250,000 $749,999

Gifts up to $99,999

City of Huntington Park

KEHE Distri...
St. Francis Medical Center Foundation – Board of Trustees FY 2012

George Colman, Stephenson, Acquisto & Colman	 Chairman
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St. Francis Medical Center
Foundation Staff
Mary Eileen “Dub” Drees, Vice President of Development & CEO, SFMC Foundation
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St. Francis Medical Center Foundation of Lynwood Annual Report FY12

  1. 1. OUR MISSI N IS LIFE The Annual Report of St. Francis Medical Center Foundation Fiscal Year 2012 July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012
  2. 2. Mary Eileen “Dub” Drees Vice President of Development and CEO St. Francis Medical Center Foundation Dear Friends: As I reflect over the past year, I am reminded of the opportunities and challenges we faced together. Out of challenges come opportunities, and our Annual Report showcases our collective strength to work together for the benefit of our communities. Our Mission is at the core of everything we do. Each program and activity helps our community by serving the most vulnerable among us. On page 3, you will learn about Dr. Mike Stephen’s philosophy of care. As the Medical Director of St. Francis’ Emergency Department who recently stepped into the role of Chief of Staff, he is charged with ensuring all patients receive high-quality medical care. His philosophy stems from being a doctor and a parent, allowing him to empathize with both perspectives when treating patients. Brother Cesar, whose story appears on page 5, is simply an inspiration. He touches many lives in his work as a Chaplain, offering comfort and peace to some of the most critically injured patients. Triumphing over personal adversity, his journey helps others see God actively working in our lives. Last year also saw the Foundation embrace the Mission of St. Francis. Our Prom Dress Project, which was administered by our staff, offered a Fairy Godparent experience to young women who may otherwise not have afforded the expense of such a special occasion like prom. Find that story on page 8. 1 The Pink Gloves Dance, highlighted on page 7, offered a way to raise awareness of breast cancer while celebrating the Medical Center’s new state-of-the-art 3-D Mammogram program. Women now have a more comfortable, accurate mammogram experience thanks to the generosity of donors like those who supported our first annual Women’s Luncheon and Fashion Show. On behalf of Foundation staff, I thank everyone who made this successful year possible. With your continued support, we will continue to carry out the Mission of the Daughters of Charity of serving the sick and poor in Southeast Los Angeles County. Best regards, Mary Eileen “Dub” Drees Vice President of Development and CEO St. Francis Medical Center Foundation
  3. 3. The Annual Report of St. Francis Medical Center Foundation Fiscal Year 2012 July 1, 2011 - June 30, 2012 Creating a Place of Healing 3 5 Being Thankful Dear Friends, 7 Pink Glove Dance Project 3D Mamography Women’s Luncheon & Fashion Show 8 Prom Dress Project Gerald T. Kozai, Pharm.D. President and CEO St. Francis Medical Center The Vincentian Values are central to everything we do at St. Francis Medical Center. I am truly privileged to work with the dedicated associates and physicians who live our Mission each day. who need us most remains strong. The partnership will create opportunities for us to benefit from the size and scope of Ascension Health’s resources. Through their actions, we achieve our goals of fostering healthy children and families. We provide not only high-quality health care, but also nurture the mind, body, and spirit of the sick poor in the tradition of the Daughters of Charity co-founders: St. Vincent de Paul, St. Louise de Marillac, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. This commitment is showcased not only in our clinical care program but also in the outreach to our community. From shoes for children to tutoring to health care education for community members, we strive to live the Mission of the Daughters of Charity with every program we offer. I look forward to a bright future and a continued commitment to mission-focused health care ministries. I offer my thanks to our donors for supporting these ministries and to our associates and doctors for embodying them through their work. These partnerships allow us to serve the needs of the most vulnerable. In late 2012, the Daughters of Charity Health System signed an affiliation agreement with Ascension Health Alliance. St. Francis Medical Center joins 22 other health care sites including six hospitals along the California coast. Our commitment to serving those Gerald T. Kozai, Pharm.D. President and CEO St. Francis Medical Center Sincerely, 2
  4. 4. Healing C r ea t i ng a P l a c e o f Spotlight on Dr. Mike Stephen When he was five years old, Mike Stephen told his mom he wanted to be a doctor. He could not point to any particular situation that prompted him to make his declaration except that he felt a call of service to help those needing care. “I found that I always wanted to be able to give someone an answer when they came to me with a health problem,” he says. “It is our responsibility to provide quality care while easing their fear.” 3 Dr. Stephen is a full-time emergency medicine physician and is now serving as the Chief of Staff at St. Francis Medical Center. He chose emergency medicine because it allows him to help people at a critical time and give them an answer to their health concerns. The Profession is Personal Dedicated to improving patient care, Dr. Stephen understands the role a physician plays in patient care. The father of three girls has firsthand experience as a frightened parent; one of his own daughters has had multiple surgeries allowing him to view the medical experience from the perspective of a frightened parent. “As a parent you want your child’s physician to be competent and caring,” he says. “I will never look at a concerned parent the same way again. I understand their fear and desire in knowing their child is going to be alright. As physicians, it is our responsibility to provide quality care while easing their fear.” A Call to Service Since joining the medical staff in 1994, Dr. Stephen has demonstrated a continued desire to serve, echoing the values of the Daughters of Charity. Gerald T. Kozai, President and CEO of the St. Francis Medical Center, points out, “Dr. Stephen could work anywhere. He is that talented and compassionate. We are honored he’s chosen to answer his calling at St. Francis.” This commitment is one that Dr. Stephen takes seriously. During his morning commute, he has a routine that helps him prepare for the day. “I pray for wisdom in making the right decisions, skill so all procedures go well, and compassion to remember the needs of patients and staff.” He describes himself as both ‘idealistic and realistic’ in his philosophy of care that is influenced by his experiences at St Francis Medical Center. “Every day, I am surrounded by physicians, nurses, and staff who are trying to provide care in an under-resourced environment. I am amazed and grateful to work with people who inspire me as they serve and care for our patients.”
  5. 5. “We have an incredible team in the Emergency Department … they are true heroes.” Emergency Medicine Giving Back This past year, St. Francis Medical Center had over 73,000 emergency visits, making it one of the busiest emergency and trauma centers in the Greater Los Angeles area. Prior to being elected Chief of Staff in 2013, Dr. Stephen served as the Medical Director of the Emergency Department. “We have an incredible team in the Emergency Department who care for everyone, from critically-ill patients to those with a simple cold, in a professional, compassionate manner. They are true heroes.” Dr. Stephen believes it is important to give back. Dr. Stephen donates his time, talent and treasure by serving on the St. Francis Medical Center Foundation’s Board of Trustees and making annual giving part of his gift back to St. Francis Medical Center. In doing so, Dr. Stephen supports the Mission and Vision of St. Francis Medical Center on a personal level. During his tenure with St. Francis, Dr. Stephen has seen the Emergency Department evolve to meet increasing community needs. In 1996, St. Francis received Level II Trauma Center designation by the American College of Surgeons after meeting essential criteria and rigorous standards for trauma care and capabilities. Dr. Stephen points out, “We have an excellent team of trauma surgeons, anesthesiologists, trauma nurses, ER physicians and emergency medical technicians who provide immediate care for patients in need.” In 2004, St. Francis implemented an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system in the Emergency Department in order to improve quality of care. At the time, only 30 percent of emergency departments in the United States had EMR systems. “It was remarkable seeing state-of-the-art technology in our department, and it was the right thing to do for our patients,” Dr. Stephen observes. Professionally, Dr. Stephen also shares the Vincentian Spirit with prospective physicians he interviews for employment in his role as Medical Director of the Emergency Department. “I see the Mission carried out every single day,” he says. “The Daughters of Charity foster a spirit of service.” In recognition for his leadership, Dr. Stephen was awarded the Vincentian Spirit Award in 2007 by the medical staff of St. Francis Medical Center. St. Francis Medical Center Foundation salutes Dr. Stephen for his dedication to patients and honors him for both his leadership and dedication as he exemplifies Vincentian Values each day of Respect, Compassionate Service, Simplicity, Advocacy to the Poor and Inventiveness to Infinity. 4
  6. 6. Being Thankful Sp o t lig h t o n Br o t h e r Ce sa r G a l a n Cesar Galan’s life changed dramatically on April 3, 2001. That evening, he was shot two times, suffering a spinal cord injury. His brother, Hector, was critically injured in the same shooting. Hector and Cesar were both transported to St. Francis Medical Center. When Cesar awoke the next day, he learned Hector was on life support and not expected to live. “When I saw the Chaplain, I knew it was bad,” Cesar says quietly. Saying Good Bye “I was being healed, just not the way I asked. God was healing my spirit.” 5 Cesar had a special request: could he say good bye? It was a difficult task but St. Francis’ Chaplain, Brother Richard, made it happen. Cesar’s hospital bed, with all its equipment, was moved into his brother’s room. “I got to see my brother one last time,” he says. As Cesar held his brother’s hand, he quietly said good bye. Many people would be overwhelmed by a life-changing injury and the death of a brother, but Cesar held a different thought in his heart. “It was the best gift—to say good bye,” he says. With quiet strength, Cesar looked at many of his challenges as gifts. The day he left the hospital and was transferred to a rehabilitation facility, he met someone else who changed his life. “There was a man named Chance who was being discharged the day I came in,” says Cesar. Chance, who had an injury similar to Cesar’s, stopped by before leaving. His message? “He told me it would be OK,” says Cesar, who had a tough time believing that. However, looking back, he marks that event as the beginning of his journey of healing. Healing Throughout his therapy, Brother Richard continued to visit Cesar to check on his progress. A bond was formed, and Cesar began to pray for healing. He began to pray regularly, feeling closer to God each day. Soon he was working full-time in the Chaplain Department, offering comfort where needed. Then one day, he had an epiphany. “I was being healed, just not the way I asked. God was healing my spirit.” Cesar began volunteering at St. Francis, at first visiting spinal cord injury patients and finding himself drawn to young people with serious injuries. Seeing Cesar’s empathy with patients, Brother Richard offered him a part-time position as a Post Traumatic Stress Chaplain, a specialized and much-needed role made possible through a grant from the Daughters of Charity Foundation. Cesar doubted his ability to carry out such an important responsibility and prayed for guidance. Sometimes it was hard to hear the pain and suffering patients were experiencing. “I wasn’t sure I could do this,” says Cesar The Journey Cesar found he had a special gift for talking to young people who experienced difficult lives on the streets. “I hope that kids feel they can talk to me without judgment,” he explains. “When I was younger, I was just like them.” In 2010, he took another step on his life journey, becoming a Brother in the Friars of the Sick Poor. His mentor, Brother Richard, supported him every step along the way. “I had been thinking about it for five or six years,” says Cesar—now Brother Cesar. He attended a Mass where they prayed for vocations and felt the message was aimed directly at him. “I fought it for a while,” he says. “Then I gave in and told Brother Richard I wanted to become a Brother.”
  7. 7. “It’s still difficult some days,” he says about both his life and his ministry. “But I pray deeper. And I am thankful.” He is a regular on the Medical Center’s 8th Floor, often visiting young patients who have been shot or assaulted and who need a second chance, or sometimes, a first chance. “Many of them are looking for a way off the streets.” Brother Cesar remembers a man—a boy really—who had been shot and whose story haunts him. “The young man was paralyzed and had a lot of complications,” Brother Cesar says. “I talked to him every day. Shortly before he died, he told me that he was shot over nothing.” Today, part of Brother Cesar’s personal mission is to counsel young people who want to leave gang life. Giving Back Being continuously resourceful and creative Today, Brother Cesar ministers full-time at St. Francis, telling his story when he feels it may help and silently holding a hand where needed. A quiet, unassuming man, he believes his life is a gift and he wants to give back. He is a favorite with patients, associates and co-workers because of his humble spirituality and comforting presence. Brother Cesar is making plans for the future, hoping to become a priest, ministering more fully to those he sees each day and offering the Sacraments. The father of two sons, he is joyful to have seen them grow up. “I prayed to see them be successful,” he says. When his youngest leaves for college, Brother Cesar will enroll in the seminary so he can live more wholly in service of his faith. Brother Cesar is grateful for his second chance and renewed heart, and he is grateful to St. Francis Medical Center for providing a pathway for his journey to healing and service to God. “It’s still difficult some days,” he says about both his life and his ministry. “But I pray deeper. And I am thankful.” 6
  8. 8. 3D Mammography Pink Glove Dance Project The Pink Glove Dance Project helped unveil St. Francis’ new 3D Mammography machine, offering one of the most accurate breast cancer screening tools. The new technology in the Women’s Imaging Center combines 3D imaging with breast tomosythesis, resulting in increased comfort, shorter scan times and greater precision. This new addition reduces the need for additional testing, while improving patient care. 7 The Pink Glove Dance Project is part of a national effort to raise awareness for breast cancer. In videos produced by hospitals and community groups across the country, people donned pink latex gloves to bring attention to breast cancer screening and treatment. And then they danced. St. Francis was the first medical facility to offer 3D mammogram technology in the Los Angeles area and one of a handful of organizations nationwide offering this advanced procedure. The introduction of 3D Mammography was showcased at the inaugural Women’s Luncheon & Fashion Show headlined “The Gift” on May 9, 2012. “The Gift” raised awareness of women’s wellness issues and honored women whose lives have been impacted by breast cancer. St. Francis associates joined in the fun with the Foundation and made videos, which can be viewed on YouTube. The videos depict individuals ranging from environmental services personnel to nurses to doctors wearing pink gloves, pink hats and even a mock boxing match complete with pink boxing gloves. Women’s Luncheon & Fashion Show Thank you to all the special individuals and organizations that supported this event. Working together, St. Francis associates, physicians and community members helped raise awareness while raising needed funds for digital mammogram screenings for uninsured women in Southeast Los Angeles County.
  9. 9. P ro m UPDATE D re ss P r ojec t In spring 2012, nearly 200 young women participated in the Prom Dress Project. The Prom Dress Project, organized by the St. Francis Medical Center Foundation, created a boutique where neighborhood girls could “shop” at no cost for dresses and accessories for their special night. The etiquette class focused on teaching participants life skills that would translate beyond the prom experience into the professional world. Participants learned proper table technique and how to network and express themselves in formal settings. Dub Drees, Vice President of Development and CEO of the St. Francis Medical Center Foundation, says, “Prom is such a special occasion. We wanted to make sure all young ladies, regardless of financial circumstances, could have a memorable prom experience.” She firmly believes the event fostered self-confidence in young women through special programming that included make-up tutorials and etiquette classes. A professional make-up artist was available at the event, presenting makeup tips and tricks so young ladies would have confidence applying their own makeup in both special event and professional settings. In addition to the workshops, “Fairy Godparents” volunteered as personal shoppers for each young woman. After a dress was chosen, “Fairy Godparents” offered advice on shoes, purses and accessories for a polished look. Over 200 young ladies received free prom packages that included a dress, shoes, accessories and makeup. These prom packages were available because of generous donations from business and community donors. “We are so grateful for all the support we received. Our community supported a great event and really made a difference in young women’s lives,” Drees says. 8
  10. 10. F O U N D AT I O N FUNDED Healthy Community Initiatives (HCI) brings health screenings, immunizations, and health education directly to area schools, churches, businesses and other community-based organizations via its HCI nurse, educator, staff, and mobile unit. For individuals and families without access to primary care, HCI provides them with important preventive screenings and health care referrals. Because the Community Health Needs Assessment revealed the high incidences of diabetes, obesity, and chronic illness in our service area, screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, body fat (BMI), and height and weight provide the first step in identifying health conditions and linking individuals to essential follow-up care and treatment. Immunizations for diphtheria, pertussis, Haemophilus influenzae type B, measles, mumps, rubella, polio, and chicken pox help to prevent childhood diseases and help students meet school enrollment requirements. Vision and audio screenings at private and public elementary schools help identify health issues early on so students receive corrective interventions and reduce barriers to learning. FY 2012 Program Accomplishments • 16,497 adults and children were provided with free health screenings, immunizations, and health education • 3,880 students received 9,330 immunizations through HCI/SFMC Clinics • 440 people were provided with the flu vaccine; 105 received Tdap vaccine • 534 people participated in English and Spanish parenting classes • 316 people received childbirth class education • 3,006 students received health screenings at Daughters of Charity (DOC) schools • 2,646 children and 545 parents were provided with health education at 50 presentations at DOC elementary schools • 704 Vision screenings and 547 Audio screenings completed at DOC schools • 297 students/16 parents participated in 12 education sessions at DOC schools • 934 students received 1,369 immunizations at Lynwood, Downey, and Montebello Unified schools • 784 students and 938 adults attended 69 health education sessions offered at Lynwood and South Gate schools and community locations 9
  11. 11. PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS The Health Benefits Resource Center serves as a full-service, one-stop hub that effectively links individuals and families to health care and social service resources to meet essential needs. HBRC provides enrollment assistance, physician referral, and community education registration. Collaboration with the LA County Department of Public Social Services enables SFMC to support eligible clients through the enrollment process into the Medi-Cal and CalFresh programs. HBRC enrollment specialists are bilingual and culturally sensitive to both the English and Spanish-speaking populations. They work one-on-one with families to establish a trusting relationship and to provide a safe and supportive environment. To reach more residents, HBRC provides an Emergency Department-based enrollment specialist who can respond to emergency patients at the bedside. HBRC also collaborates with LA County Office of Education and coordinates informational sessions at LA County schools for faculty, staff, and parents to increase awareness of HBRC’s services. FY 2012 Program Accomplishments • 31,780 total people assisted with health insurance and CalFresh assessments, physician referral, community education registration, and health care linkage • 4,095 assisted with enrollment into Healthy Families, Medi-Cal, and other insurance programs • 1,541 people assisted with CalFresh program enrollment The Naseau Reading Program is a remedial reading program designed for elementary school students whose reading, spelling and comprehension skills are two or more levels below their current grade level. The after-school program provides one-onone instruction to participants and has grown from accommodating 20 students per year to 36 in FY 2012. Instructors from surrounding private and public schools refer students to the program. The program’s high level of individualized attention enables children to improve their English language and reading skills, thus eliminating a significant obstacle to their development into self-sufficient, productive adults. FY 2012 Program Accomplishments • 36 students enrolled in the reading program • 14 students successfully improved their reading comprehension to grade level and graduated 10
  12. 12. 2012 H i g h l i g h t s o f F i s c a l Ye a r 2012 ASSOCIATE Other FY 12 Special Events FY 12 GRAND TOTALS: $16,650.12 $6,250.35 $627,229.11 $1,853,499.74 Nick Alexander Dr. Surendra V. Jain Littler Mendelson Dr. Andy Moosa Dr. and Mrs. Anantjit Singh Annual Giving - 2.6% Grants - 62.3% St. Francis Medical Center Medical Staff Dr. Michael C. Stephen Dr. and Mrs. Vinod B. Jivrjka Individual - 0.9% Special Events - 33.8% Other - 0.3% Dr. Jatin C. Bhatt Dr. Karol Bowens Dr. Samuel Biggers Jr. and Dr. John J. Holly Dr. Jonathan L. Brand Roslyn Blake Robert Drees Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Campos Dr. and Mrs. Wilburn P. Durousseau Marsha C. Chan Dr. Flaxie R. Fletcher Mr. & Mrs. George Colman Marcos Frommer Danielle Dabbs Dr. Anthony W. Lee Mary Eileen Drees Kevin Lonergan Charles Druten Dr. Jari P. Faison Dr. Amin Farah Mr. and Mrs. Garth K. Flint Dr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Fraser Hugh P. Fulmer Sam Ynzunza Individual FY 12 $1,155,073.16 Dr. Maxine Anderson Robert Veeh Grants FY 12 Mark Aldrete Michael Tierno $48,297.00 Nicholas Alexander Dr. Kaushal R. Tamboli Annual Giving FY 12 Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999 Gifts from $1,000 to $4,999 Dr. Tchaka B. Shepherd Total Given Dr. O. A. Ogundipe Gifts from $5,000 to $9,999 Arturo Pelayo Campaign Gifts of $25,000 or more Elizabeth D. Glober Carmen P. Gonzales-Nate Ron Grossblatt Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Guevara 11
  13. 13. AND INDIVIDUAL DONORS Nabil G. Haddad Teresita R. Tayag Nongluk Aroonprapun Theodore Boub Rosa Castellanos Bryan Hooper Dr. and Mrs. Silas J. Thomas Alma Arredondo Ruby Bougere Vincent A. Cecere Adrienne Hurley Jayashree Vinod Imad Asmar Evelou C. Boyd Sandra Centeno Eric Karros Jeff Whitman Dr. Narciso M. Azurin Oscar Bravo Armando Cepeda Laura S. Kato Dr. Patricia Wong Patricia Baesemann Gemma Briggs Rosemarie M. Chaney Mercedes Bagaygay Christy A. Brink Beverly S. Chan Hailey Baillo Paul Brogan Kailing Chang Valerie Baltazar Robyn Browning Karen Chang Bianca M. Banks Crystal Burrous Faye Q. Chavis Christine Bannerman Gayle Butler Marilyn Christian Melissa D. Barlow Scott Byington Juana Ciarrera Barbara Barrett Candace Caballero Edmund Claravall Carmen Bastos Victor Caballero Carmen E. Cole Tommy Beard Gloria Cabral Gerald Coleman Chi Beltran Kristina Cabral David Colman Georgette A. Benard Aurelio B. Cacacho Constance Berkley Asela Calhoun Wesley Berryhill Amelita B. Canlas Yvette Bess Alfredo Caritativo Nilesh Bhakta Veronica A. Carnahan Teresa M. Biller-Ascarate Juana Carrera Marianne Black Corissa C. Carson-Romer Marilou G. Cruz Cesar Botacio Mayra Castaneda Marie A. Cuyong Mary Lynne Knighten Dr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Kozai Catherine Lazaran-McKee Maryann Maloney Marino Allen Miller Dr. Benjamin F. Monroe Dr. Halline U. Overby Dr. Arthur Perrone Beverly Quaye Dr. Ashok Raheja Tavia Ray-Martin Dr. and Mrs. Louis Rubino Richard Ryan Jane Sager Anne F. Schlick Julie Seidman Dr. Almaas Shaikh Joy Y. Stephenson Gifts up to $999 Juan Aceves Gilda S. Acosta-Gonzalez Charles Acquisto Henry Alcon Sonia R. Alde Greg Aldrete Maria A. Alegria Pagon B. Alexander Zenaida Alfaro Mahil Amin Mona B. Anderson Cecelia R. Andrews Anonymous Leon Anthony Julian Aranda Ronke T. Aremu Nicole Comfort Marilyn T. Conde Giannina Consiglieri Mary Cook Gloria J. Cox 12
  14. 14. 2012 ASSOCIATE AND Dr. & Mrs. David H. Daneshvar Cynthia Garcia Barbara Hampton Maria M. Iturri Salvatore A. Danna Dr. Arthur J. Edelstein Richard Gardea Harold E. Handshuh Lawrence Ivey Teresa D’Assalenaux Ebaa Elabiad Jennifer S. Gaylord-Baker Amal Harakat Ronnie E. Jackson Dwight David Brandon Ensley Chanell Glover Benjamin Hardy Carolyn Jacobs Juan Davila La Tanya M. Eppright-Simmons Maurice Goldberg Cookie Hasan Paula Jara Michael Day Janet Escobar Miriam Gomez Gretchen Hellgren Nikhil Jhaveri Eleanore P. De Dios Carolina Espinosa Leda Gonzalez Amelia Hemsley Patricia Johnson Ana R. De La Torre Inez Evans Teddy Gordon-Martin Viola Henderson Myrna N. Johnstone Bernardita L. De los Reyes James Everett Michele Gott Philip J. Hendricks Tyeshia Jones Monica A. Derbigny Emmanuel I. Fabiyi David Graft Jay Henriksen Shanga Jordan Janet Derovanessian Jessie Fair Sally Granado Maria Henriquez Edward Juno Alene C. Deville Brenda Fallace Bryan O. Grassmann Rebecca L. Heyn Brian Kahn Rozana Deyarmond Charese M. Fannin Cora Grassmann Larry D. Hill Diane Kai Amparo M. Diaz Christopher Farley Robert Grich Christopher Ho Stanley Kaller Roberto Dino Mary E. Favre Mark Grudzieland Jacquilyn Holly Frangis Karamedin Steve G. Dionigi Liliana Fierro Edwin Guardado John J. Holly Dr. Clayton Kazan Francisco A. Dollente Ron Finley Daniel Guerrero Venissa Horrington Katherine T. Kelly Carol Dominguez Claudia Fisk Marco Guillen William Horton Sharon Keyes Raquel Dominguez Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Flashman Alice Gunderson Craig G. Hostert James C. King Stacy Douglas James Foley Lauren Gurrola Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hughes Reggie King Maria Duarte Joseph Foreman La Nore Guzman Richard D. Hutsell Patricia Kirnon David Duntz Terri L. Fraser William Haddad Robert T. Ideishi Owen Kirschner Viet Duong 13 Kelly Eckhardt Aide I. Gamboa Sydney Hall Melanie Imbo Kitt Kisner
  15. 15. INDIVIDUAL DONORS Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Klieman Doreen Maas Judy McWhorter Rosemarie A. Nicholson Olevia Petry-Miles Kimberly D. Knight Emily Mabana Dr. and Mrs. Manish D. Mehta Victtoria Nino Lauren Phan John Komen Elody Mackey Emilio Melillo Chibueyimu Nwaeze Bianca M. Philippi Patricia Krauskopf Waldean MacKey Daniela Meltzer Jim Nye Carlos Pido Vasanth K. Kumar Ada Magana Grace Mendez Ofra Obejas Bessie K. Pie Lawrence Chaffin Hazel Maghanoy Maria Mendez Dahlma Ogundipe Islane A. Pobre Visitacion L. Lebaquin Jocelyn Manacmul Gerardo Mercado Micah Ohlman Seighart Ponhold Nicki S. Ledestich Catherine Manalo William C. Michas Araceli S. Oliva Charisse Powell Gemma H. Lee Gabriel Manit Marilyn J. Miller Harvey Oringher Dee Dee L. Pule Sookhee Lee Nancy Marchetti Marcia C. Mills Ariel Ortega Syed Qaisar Alex Lerner Deena Margolis Bill Monahan Grace Owojori Maria Quinonez Arlene Lim Patty Martin Carlos Monreal Ghitrell Pador Lydia Ramirez Edwin Linberg Rose Martinez Irma Montes Esther Palacios Sara Raygoza Lilia V. Liong Keith Matsutsuyu Terri Moody Gloria L. Palanca Emmanuel J. Reyes Anna L. Llave Diane May Lori Moore Adelia U. Panlasigui Bernadine Richards Tanya Llera Michael Mays Angelita Morales Kyung S. Park Lila Rideau C. J. Long Joya S. McClendon Martin Morfin Sylvia Parks Alexis Risi Steven Louie Aledia McCloud Craig Mosgowsky Sandra Pasillas Jorge Rivera Katie Love Dennis McGingley Kandace Muench-Whitiry Kenneth Patterson Dolores Rizzo Manuel Lozano Jennifer McGinley Harry Nashed Elva Pelayo Roberto Rocha Leocadia Lucero Paula McMaryion Nancy Nava Elma Pelsang Rosa M. Rodriguez Janetta M. Luebke Trudy McMurray Shepherd A. Nelson Alfredo Perez Kim Rollert Erica M. Luna Shirley McNair Robb Nen William Perkins Teta B. Rosario 14
  16. 16. 2 0 1 2 D O N O R S Maria C. Rosas Allie V. Smith Dr. Christy Stephen Celeste G. Veerkamp Bob Rose Paul Scarborough Brad S. Smith Eloise Streator Patricia L. Vega Grant Rosenberg Greg Schwarz Kevin Smith Nolvia Suazo John L. Velasco Lisa Rubino SFMC Associates Timothy Snitily Sister Francis Sullivan Isabel Villasenor Ryan L. Rundles Judy Shippel Oscar Solis Karen Sunday Paz R. Viray R.J. Ryan Sharon Shulby Dina Soloranzo Chi Sung Steve Vuckovich Toni Ryan June Simmons Rosalba Soltero Tina Sutton Towers Watson Sheila Samuel Elsie Singh Denise Spagnola Mark Talavera Margie Whyte Jill Sanders Victoria B. Sinson Margaret Spayd Homer Taylor Meredith Wick Ophelia Sanders Jomelyn A. Siruelo Lawrence Stahl Diane Thomas Yolanda L. Williams Valencia Sanders David Siva Martha Steinberger Michelle Thomas Stephen Wimbrough Manuel Sandoval Lisa Smith Paul Steinke Mindy Thomas Patricia C. Wittig Ta Tanisha Thomas Vivian W. Wong Mia Tinio Dee D. Wood Gloria Toledo Linda A. Woo-McCormick Felicia N. Toloza Michael Wyerth Maria C. Torres Henryetta M. Wynne Felicia Torres-Olivares Matthew T. Yamami Dr. Wilbur Troutman Carmelita Ybera Dr. Mark Tsai Emi Yukawa Carmen Valladares-Egan Nicholas P. Zafirson John Van De Kamp Roxana Zirakzadeh Theresa A. Vasquez 15 Miguel Santillanes Anastazja Zvoleff
  17. 17. 2012 CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION DONORS Gifts of $250,000 $749,999 Gifts up to $99,999 City of Huntington Park KEHE Distributors Ryan, Datomi & Mosely LLP A1-Storage City of Paramount Klieman, Spiwak, Surgical Associates SCO, LLC California Community Foundation Advanced Medical Builders Clothes the Deal Konica Minolta Shared Imaging, LLC County of Los Angeles ALM Advisors, Inc. CompSpec, Inc. Ladies of Charity St. Vincent Medical Center Foundation Daughters of Charity Foundation Angeles IPA COPE Health Solutions Macquarie Equipment Finance St. Francis Medical Center Department of Labor - Apogee Consulting Group County of Los Angeles Public Health Managed Care Support Systems St. Francis Medical Center Gas, Inc. AppleCare Medical Group, Inc. Dodgers Dream Foundation Medical Data Exchange St. Francis Radiology Medical Group Aramark Financial Partners Credit Union MediCity St. Vincent Medical Center Automac Parking First 5 LA Medtronic St. Vincent School Bank of America Friends of St. Francis Medical Negley, Ott & Associates Stephenson, Acquisto & Colman Nick Alexander Imports Studio 8 FX, LLC Gong Nashed Pascoe, Inc. OmniCare Medical Group Inc. Tacos Los Compadres Grant & Weber One Legacy The California Wellness Foundation Herbalife Corporation Pacific Medical Buildings The Frieda C. Family Foundation Higgins Family Charitable Foundation PARA, Inc. United Way California Capital Region HRSA Physician’s Institute US-China Business Match Making Council Intra RX Drugs of Lynwood Pixi Beauty Vector Resources J.B. Rideau and Company, LLC Progressive Management Systems Western Asset Management Company Jamba Juice RGK Foundation East Los Angeles College Beacon Pointe Advisors Blueberry Street Bowers Ambulance Cardinal Health Cardio Medical Consultants Group Cardiovascular Medical Associates Carl E. Wynn Foundation Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation Caster Family Trust Center Foundation 16
  18. 18. St. Francis Medical Center Foundation – Board of Trustees FY 2012 George Colman, Stephenson, Acquisto & Colman Chairman Bill Haddad, CompSpec, Inc. Vice President Garth K. Flint, Beacon Point Wealth Advisors Treasurer Jeffery G. Rollert, ALM Advisors Secretary Nicholas Alexander Jr., Alexander Imports Maxine Anderson, MD, St. Francis Medical Center Trauma Unit Bianca Banks, Intra Drugs Jatin Bhatt, MD, St. Francis Medical Center Victor Caballero, Express Transportation Services Charles Druten, Emergency Ambulance Services, Inc. Sr. Martha Garcia, DC, Maryvale Marcos Frommer, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Maryann Maloney Marino, Maryann Maloney & Associates, Inc. Daniela Meltzer, Veronique Events, LLC Andy Moosa, MD, St. Francis Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Micah Ohlman, KTLA Mike Patel, Davina Corporation Sean Perrone, Kaplan/Perrone Entertainment Scott Siegel Michael Stephen, MD, St. Francis Medical Center Sr. Francis Sullivan, DC, Marian Outreach- St. Lucy C. Duncan Thomas, Newbridge College Will L. Witherspoon, II, Advanced Respiratory Medical Systems Harding G. Young, MD, St. Francis Medical Center 17 Founders Circle Albert Attyah, MD, Deceased Joseph Jabbra, PhD, Lebanese American University Joe Ritcher James J. Ryan, Deceased Hon. Harry T. Shafer, Yale Engineering Company Chairman’s Circle Mark Alderete, Automac Parking, Inc. Nick Alexander, Sr., Nick Alexander Imports Daniel J. Genter, RNC Genter Capital Management, LLC Charles R. Hughes, Brand Rules, Inc. Eric Karros, Former Professional Athlete Jim Kjar, Reback, McAndrews & Kjar, LLP Bob Salka, Dynasty Fashions Inc.
  19. 19. St. Francis Medical Center Foundation Staff Mary Eileen “Dub” Drees, Vice President of Development & CEO, SFMC Foundation Bryan Grassmann, Director, Foundation Relations Timothy “Tim” Whyte, Associate Director, Foundation Relations Grace Mendez, Associate Director, Special Events Give Ways to Annual Gifts Michelle Thomas, Coordinator, Donor Relations Martha Steinberger, Coordinator, Finance and Administration Daisy Pizana, Coordinator, Foundation Relations Gifts sustain the hospital’s ongoing patient care and community benefit programs. Unrestricted gifts are directed toward the areas of greatest need. Donors may also choose to make a designated gift to benefit a particular program of special significance to them or a loved one. Planned Gifts Online /sfmcfoundation Provides excellent opportunities for making gifts to the hospital while also meeting personal financial and estate planning goals. The St. Francis Foundation staff is available to work with donors and their financial advisor to maximize giving and provide for the future security of loved ones. @sfmcfoundation M e m o r i a l a n d Tr i b u t e G i f t s /sfmcfoundation Honor the memory of a family member or friend, or celebrate a special occasion through a charitable donation. Capital Gifts Support construction and renovation projects such as the acquisition of new equipment to ensure St. Francis Medical Center remains a state-of-the-art medical facility in Southeast Los Angeles County. Naming opportunities are often available to provide permanent recognition for a donor’s generosity. Other Ways to Support the Medical Center The Foundation organizes special programming throughout the year, with proceeds benefiting hospital programs and services. Please join the Foundation at the Charity Ball, Golf Tournament, or Women’s Luncheon. Toy Drive donations are also welcome during the holiday season and prom dresses are needed for the Prom Dress Project. For more information on any of these opportunities, please contact the Foundation at (310) 900-7330 or SFMCFoundation@dochs.org. 18
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