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  • 1. Surgeons of Hope Foundation It’s not what we bring. It’s what we leave behind. Help finance our 2006-2007 children surgery program in developing countries. November 2006
  • 2. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Table of Contents Our Vision …………………………………………………………………….….. 3 Our Mission …………..………………………………………………….……….. 4 Our Concept of Selfcare ………..……………………………………….……..…. 5 Our Hospitals Worldwide ……………………………………………..………….. 6 • Phnom Penh Heart Center .………………………………………………….…. 7 • Phnom Penh Neurosurgery Center .………..………………………………...… 8 • Maputo Heart Institute .…………………….………………………………..… 9 • Kabul Medical Institute for Children .……………………………………….... 10 • Dakar Cardiology Center .……………………………………………………... 11 Our Costs of Surgery ……………………………………………………………... 12 Our Accomplishments and Projects …………………………………………..….. 13 Our Founding Partners and Supporters …………………………………………... 15 Our Financial Needs 2006-2007 ……………………………………………….… 17 Our Board ………………………………………………………………………… 18 Our Video Presentation and TV Ad …………………………………………...… 19 Contact Us ……………………………………………………………………... 20 Your Donation …………………………………………………………………….21
  • 3. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Vision Everyday throughout developing countries all over the world, thousands of children need life-saving surgery. At Surgeons of Hope, we believe the best way to save each child is through empowerment – not pity. Page 3 November 2006
  • 4. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Mission Surgeons of Hope brings surgery and medical care to indigent children, while training local surgeons at state-of-the-art hospitals we build in developing countries. Recuperating after heart surgery in the Intensive Care Unit Training local staff on the echocardiograph machine at Maputo Heart Institute. at Phnom Penh Heart Center. Page 4 November 2006
  • 5. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Concept of Selfcare 1. Building independent, sustainable hospitals fitted 1. to local needs 2. Developing a training hospital in order to transfer knowledge and skill 3. Installing the highest technology to support training 4. Providing surgery to paying and non-paying Kabul Medical Institute for Children in 2003. patients: a balanced price system that allows 2. 50% of operations to be for indigent children (wealthier patients pay for disadvantaged patients); promoting self-sufficiency 4. 5. Training local surgeons at Phnom Penh Heart Center. 3. 30-bed Children Pavilion at Phnom Penh Heart Center for non-paying children. 5. Creating Children’s Pavilions at hospitals - a safe environment for indigent children and their families pre-and post-operation Interventional Cardiology at Maputo Heart Institute. Page 5 November 2006
  • 6. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals Worldwide Five training hospitals over five years. Kabul Medical Institute for Children 85 beds Dakar Cardiology Center SoH 40 beds NEW YORK Phnom Penh Heart Center - 50 beds Phnom Penh Neurosurgery Center - 20 beds Maputo Heart Institute 30 beds Page 6 November 2006
  • 7. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals (cont’d.) Phnom Penh Heart Center Cambodia A 50-bed facility in Cambodia provides treatment for cardiovascular diseases on both a regional and national level. The hospital is designed to accommodate 1,000 operations and 20,000 examinations each year. The Center has been operational since October 2001, and by October 2006 had achieved over 39,000 examinations and 1,600 operations. The PHCC is expected to reach financial autonomy in 2007. Page 7 November 2006
  • 8. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals (cont’d.) Phnom Penh Neurosurgery Center Cambodia A 20-bed facility in Cambodia, adjacent to Phnom Penh Heart Center, started operation within the Calmette Hospital compound in Phnom Penh. The Center is designed to conduct 10,000 examinations and 1,000 surgeries each year. The Center has been operational since 2002 and by June 2006, more than 130 surgeries have been performed there. The hospital is a regional reference center for neurosurgery for Southeast Asia. Page 8 November 2006
  • 9. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals (cont’d.) Maputo Heart Institute Mozambique A 30-bed facility in Mozambique was designed to accommodate 10,000 examinations and 500 operations yearly. Operational since 2001, by July 2996, the Institute has performed more than 33,220 consultations, 568 invasive procedures, and 402 operations, with 362 surgeries and 125 catheterizations on non-paying indigent children. Currently, MHI examines 30 patients every day (7500 per year) and 90% of the surgical procedures are on non-paying children. MHI is expected to become financially independent by 2008. Page 9 November 2006
  • 10. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals (cont’d.) Kabul Medical Institute for Children Afghanistan An 85-bed facility in Afghanistan to treat various maternal and pediatric pathologies with a center of pediatric surgery. The Institute is designed to accommodate 50,000 examinations and 2,000 operations each year. Since the opening in 2005, more than 14,000 examinations and 200 operations with 30 heart surgeries have been performed (as of July 2006). Page 10 November 2006
  • 11. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Hospitals (cont’d.) Dakar Cardiology Center Senegal A 40-bed facility in Senegal has been operational since 2005 in the University compound of Fann in Dakar. The Center is designed to perform 3,000 examinations and 300 cardiac surgeries per year. The Center received its first surgical mission from our European partners to operate on 15 children in October 2005. More than 50 heart surgeries (as of May 2006) have been performed since 2005. Page 11 November 2006
  • 12. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Cost of Surgery Surgery is provided by the mission’s medical team usually operating on twenty child patients. Travel costs of medical team per surgery, per child 700 Surgery costs per child 2,300 Hospital operation cost and staff 700 Medical supplies 900 Hospitalization 700 Total cost of surgery per child 3,000 Two operating rooms at Phnom Penh Heart Center. 8-bed Intensive Care Unit at Maputo Heart Institute. Page 12 November 2006
  • 13. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Accomplishments and Projects Over five years, SoH with its European partners have established five training hospitals where medical teams from the USA and Europe have operated on more than 3,000 indigent children in their own countries and trained several hundred local staff. • Since 2003, SoH has performed more than 100 surgeries on indigent children, involving US medical teams with prestigious surgeons and hospitals. In the countries in which we have built hospitals, SoH accomplished a number of surgical premieres: Page 13 November 2006
  • 14. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Accomplishments and Projects (cont’d.) - March 2005 – The first US cardiac surgery in Cambodia ever was achieved by a tem of 8 from the New York Presbyterian Hospital led by Dr. Jonathan Chen. - April 2006 – The first cardiac surgery in Afghanistan ever, per- formed by Surgeons of Hope founder, Professor Alain Deloche with a team of five from the European Georges Pompidou Hospital, Paris. - December 2006 – The first cardiac surgery by an American team, to work in Mozambique, will result in at least 20 such operations. The team of 12 from Children’s Hospital, Denver is led by Professor Francois Lacour-Gayet. • In 2007 – A program of five US surgical missions will operate on at least 100 indigent children at our Mozambique and Kabul hospitals; also an exploratory mission to determine the feasibility study of creating a mother-and-child hospital in Central America. Page 14 November 2006
  • 15. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Founding Partners and Supporters For SoH accomplishments 2003-2006 1. They made it happen: Their generosity, expertise, and encouragement have been essential to the establishment and the development of our Foundation. They have been instrumental in advising and funding our work from early 2003 to today. Delos (Toby) Cosgrove, M.D. Alain Deloche, M.D. Rev. Douglas Grandgeorge Edward Rady, CEO Marc Sage, Esq. Chairman & CEO Chairman, Pastor Publicis Healthcare Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP The Cleveland Clinic Cardiovascular Dept. Central Presbyterian Church Communications New York, NY Cleveland, OH Hôpital Européen New York, NY Worldwide Georges Pompidou New York, NY . Paris, France Page 15 November 2006
  • 16. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Founding Partners and Supporters (cont’d.) 2. They provided the medical expertise: • 40 volunteer physicians and medical teams • 4 prestigious US hospitals: - the Cleveland Clinic, OH - The Children Hospital, Denver, CO - The New York Presbyterian Hospital, NY - The Reading Hospital Heart Center, PA 3. They contributed: • 10 corporate partners and grants • 250 individual donors Page 16 November 2006
  • 17. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Financial Needs 2006-2007 To achieve these projects: • December 2006 - $200,000 • June 2007 - $300,000 • December 2007 - $500,000 Examples of donations and what they would buy: • $1,500 - Catheterization procedure on a child • $3,000 - Life-saving open-heart operation • $60,000 - Surgical mission of 8 to operate on 20 children • $100,000 - Echocardiograph machine • $150,000 - Fully equipped conference and training rooms • $15,000,000 - New 50-bed hospital in a developing country close to the United States Page 17 November 2006
  • 18. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Board Delos (Toby) Cosgrove, M.D. Jan Quaegebeur, M.D. Chairman & CEO Professor of Surgery The Cleveland Clinic Director, Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Cleveland, OH NY-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY Alain Deloche, M.D. Edward B. Rady, CEO Chairman, Cardiovascular Dept. Publicis Healthcare Communications Group Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou Worldwide Paris, France New York, NY Rev. Douglas Grandgeorge Marc Sage, Esq. – Sec. Treasurer Pastor Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP Central Presbyterian Church New York, NY New York, NY Philippe Lerch Daniel Sidi, M.D. SoH Executive Director Head, Pediatric Cardiology Dept. Hôpital Necker Enfants Malades Michel Longchampt Samdech Preah Maha Ghosananda Supreme Patriarch of Cambodian Buddhism Community of Khmer, MA Judith O’Neill, Esq. Bernard Vasseur, M.D. Shareholder Cardiac Surgeon Greenberg Traurig, LLP The Reading Hospital Heart Center New York, NY Reading, PA Page 18 November 2006
  • 19. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Our Video Presentation and TV Ad Visit our website: www.surgeonsofhope.org or Contact Us for DVD and TV Ad DVD – R 10 minutes It’s not what we bring... …it’s what we leave behind. Page 19 November 2006
  • 20. Surgeons of Hope Foundation Contact Us Surgeons of Hope Foundation 825 Eighth Ave. Worldwide Plaza, 35thFloor New York, NY 10019 infosoh@surgeonsofhope.org www.surgeonsofhope.org Currently, 16,000 children are urgently in need of cardiac surgery in Mozambique. Philippe Lerch Victoria Baxa Executive Director Program Assistant Tel: 212-474-5995 Tel: 212-474-5994 plerch@surgeonsofhope.org victoriabaxa@surgeonsofhope.org Page 20 November 2006
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