Annual Report - Akron Children`s Hospital

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Annual Report - Akron Children`s Hospital
2010 Annual Report
Walk
a day
in our
shoes.
Every day, more than 1,300
children come through our
doors. From Beachwood to
Dover and Norwalk to Warren,
their families entrust them to
our care. Some leave with a
prescription or a cast. Some
stay for advanced testing and
treatment. Join us as we follow
four dedicated clinicians
throughout our system in a
typical day of compassion,
healing and hope.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
From the President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Board Members and Executive Staff . . . . . . . . 2-3
From the Chairman of the Board . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Foundation Board Roster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
From the Foundation Chairman. . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Akron Campus PICU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Summa Special Care Nursery . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
MetroHealth Specialists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
Mahoning Valley Surgery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Foundation Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
Foundation Funds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-23
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. . . . . . . . 24
Hope Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Mary Day Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-31
Children’s Circle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-35
Activities and Financials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37
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William H. Considine
FROM THE PRESIDENT
Dear friends,
The past year was a remarkable one for our Akron Children’s Hospital family as we extended our
mission of caring to even more children throughout the region. To illustrate some of these new
partnerships, this year’s annual report invites you to “Walk a Day in Our Shoes,” by hearing from
some of the special caregivers who work in these locations. We know you’ll be as inspired as we are
to see how our mission is being lived out every day in these new areas.
One of our new relationships is with Summa Health System to manage the Special Care Nursery
at Akron City Hospital. We also signed an important affiliation agreement with MetroHealth
System to provide pediatric specialty care in Cleveland. Our CARE Center added services and
staff with federal stimulus funds for victims of child abuse. On the Akron campus, we opened a
new unit with grant funding in our Emergency Department, dedicated to patients with mental
and behavioral health issues, and we are affiliating with the new Robert J. Keegan Family Center
for Autism.
In 2010, we performed more than 10 percent more surgeries than in the previous year and set a
record for reducing infections. Our transport team flew their 1,000th flight in Air Bear,® the state’s
first and only medical helicopter dedicated to pediatrics.
On the clinical research side, we received generous matching gifts following the founding of
the Rebecca D. Considine Research Institute, and Dr. Michael Reed is bringing together an
impressive team. Their work with the Austen BioInnovation Institute shows the power of
collaboration, and I expect exciting developments from them.
In the Mahoning Valley, we celebrated our second year at our Beeghly campus facility, and
the ever-growing number of children we serve there. We held an open house for the new surgery
center and started construction on our Garden of Hope. It is gratifying to see how the people
of the Valley have embraced our mission, and it is rewarding to become part of the fabric
of another community.
When I reflect on everything we accomplished last year, I have to share my admiration for our
people. They truly embraced the meaningful nature of our work and took the words of our
promises to heart – to treat all children as if they were our own, to treat everyone the way we
would want to be treated, and to turn no child away for any reason. Thank you to all who support
our mission, and I look forward to more great things in the year ahead.
William H. Considine
President and Chief Executive Officer
AKRON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
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FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Dear friends,
As I look back on the accomplishments of Akron Children’s Hospital throughout the
last year, I am proud of the continued growth and expansion of services we achieved
throughout the region, all while keeping focused on our mission of providing high
quality health care to children, regardless of a family’s ability to pay.
One of our growth areas in 2010 was in the Mahoning Valley, where the volume of
patients increased dramatically. We expect to see that trend continue, as well as ongoing
growth in the number of acute care referrals to our Akron campus. I am especially
gratified to see how well our Beeghly campus has integrated into the community, and
the energy that accompanied the opening of our new surgical suites in October.
Akron Children’s had a very strong year financially, both in terms of operations and
investments. I credit Administration for the success of our operations. The leadership
team did a remarkable job of proactively managing volumes as our patient census rose
and fell, and it really paid off.
An area where we continue to shine is the quality of our Medical Staff. Our physician
recruitments this past year have tremendously deepened our service lines. Of particular
note are the additions of several world-class physicians: Dr. Roger Hudgins, director,
Division of Neurosurgery and clinical director of our NeuroDevelopmental Science
Center; Dr. Bruce H. Cohen, director of Pediatric Neurology; and Dr. Richard Hertle,
director of Pediatric Ophthalmology. They join our already stellar staff.
I would like to thank Administration for their dedicated work and outstanding results,
as well as the Board of Directors for their tireless dedication. Much of the work of the
Board takes place in committees throughout the year, and many of our Board members
sit on multiple committees. They devote a significant amount of time to the ongoing
governance and oversight of the Hospital, and I am truly grateful for their service.
The common theme I hear from visitors is that they are amazed by the culture of caring at
Akron Children’s Hospital. Our culture is a blessing, but it does not happen by accident.
It is the result of the dedication of all the people who are devoted to our tradition of
caring and quality, and their commitment to carry it forward every single day. Each of
them has my true admiration and appreciation.
Greg A. McDermott
Chairman, Board of Directors
Akron Children’s Hospital
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Greg A. McDermott
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Foundation
Board Roster
2011 Foundation
Board Roster
Robert B. Cooper
Willard T. Holland
Director, Licensed Real Estate
CB Richard Ellis Inc.
Partner
Expand Interactive
Officers
John P. Crow, MD
Duane L. Isham
Philip H. Maynard
Pediatric Surgeon
Akron Children’s Hospital
Attorney/Senior Partner
Roetzel & Andress (Retired)
Thomas R. Crowley
Patrick James
Chairman of the Board
Gasko Products (Retired)
Chairman
Hawthorn Manufacturing Corp.
William W. Cushwa Jr.
Rajeev Kishore, MD
Manager
The Braveheart Group LLC
Director, Allergy-Immunology,
Akron Children’s Hospital
Secretary
John P. Delaney
Mark T. LaRose
John D. Zoilo
Vice President and Co-Owner
G.D.S. Express Inc.
Vice President of Sales
The House of LaRose
Paul M. Dutton
Kara H. Lewis
Attorney Member/Partner
Harrington, Hoppe & Mitchell Ltd.
President
Winslow Asset Management Inc.
Valerie A. Geiger
Robert M. Littman
Senior Vice President
Corporate Banking,
PNC Bank
Director, CPA, MT,
SS&G Financial Services Inc.
Michael E. George
(Paula)
President
Women’s Board of
Akron Children’s Hospital
Chairman
William H. Considine
President
Michael P. Trainer
Treasurer
George R. Sarkis
Executive Director
Directors
John R. Adams
Wealth Management Advisor
Northwestern Mutual Financial
Network
James P. Berry
SiebertKeck Insurance Agency
(Retired)
David A. Bouffard
Vice President, Public Relations
Sterling Jewelers Inc.
Adam A. Briggs
Financial Advisor
Briggs Financial Group
Elizabeth A. Clark
President
Friends of Akron
Children’s Hospital
Attorney
Stark and Knoll Co.
Richard R. Grigg
Mrs. Robert W. Malone
Chairman, Board of Directors
Akron Children’s Hospital
In Memoriam:
Akron Children’s Hospital lost two members of the Board of Directors and
Foundation Board in 2010.
Joseph M. Holden was appointed to the Board of Directors in 1966 and was
named a Director Emeritus in 1998. In addition to his time on the Hospital
Board, he was also appointed to the Foundation Board in 1985 and was named
a Director Emeritus in 1999.
Jerome J. Joondeph was appointed to the Foundation Board of Directors in
1979 and was named a Chairman Emeritus in 2007. Additionally, Mr. Joondeph
served on the Hospital Board of Directors, beginning in 1982.
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We are grateful to both Mr. Holden and Mr. Joondeph for their dedicated
service and countless contributions to Akron Children’s Hospital.
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John T. McBride, MD
John H. Vollman, MD
Vice Chair
Department of Pediatrics
Director
Robert T. Stone MD Respiratory
Center, Akron Children’s Hospital
Neonatologist
Akron Children’s Hospital
(Retired)
William D. Wooldredge
(Diana)
Chief Financial
& Operating Officer
King’s Medical Group (Retired)
Gregory J. Michalec
Mrs. Willis S. Zeigler
Senior Vice President
of Sales and Marketing
Superior Beverage Group
(Patricia)
Member
Women’s Board of Akron
Children’s Hospital
Mrs. James McCool
Mark W. Oelschlager
Portfolio Manager
Oak Associates Ltd.
Allen L. Ryan Jr.
Director of Corporate Affairs
Covelli Enterprises
Honorary Director
Willard R. Holland
Chairman & CEO
FirstEnergy Corp. &
Pennsylvania Power Co. (Retired)
James D. Showers
Vice President
Strausser Development
Joyce Tofil
Volunteer, Akron
Children’s Hospital
Mahoning Valley
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F R O M T H E F O U N D AT I O N C H A I R M A N
Dear friends,
I’m pleased to have this opportunity to share with you the many successes the Akron
Children’s Hospital Foundation enjoyed in 2010. I would like to personally extend
my gratitude to the Board of Directors, Foundation Board, Women’s Board and the
Foundation staff for their hard work, which allows us to play a role in fulfilling the
mission of Akron Children’s Hospital.
Total fundraising for 2010 from all sources including individuals, Children’s Miracle
Network Hospitals, grants from the public and private sector, special events and
corporations exceeded $11,530,000, an increase of more than 3 percent from
the previous year. Overall, performance was improved in a number of divisions,
including Annual Giving and the Mahoning Valley. In fact, despite transitioning
to a shorter campaign, the Annual Fund experienced a 19 percent increase in 2010.
Additionally, the hospital received $2.2 million in anonymous, major gifts that will
greatly help patient care initiatives here at the hospital.
Fundraising in the Mahoning Valley continues to grow as we cultivate relationships
with more partners in the region. In 2010, we saw an increase in both the number of
donors and dollars raised. A total of 1,408 donors contributed $773,965 to support
the programs and services of Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley. This
represents an increase of 57 percent in dollars raised and an increase of 47 percent
in the number of donors.
I’d also like to mention the success of our special events. For the first time ever, we
raised more than $1 million at fundraisers held throughout the Akron area. If you’ve
attended the Holiday Tree Festival, the Forest Heritage Festival, or An Evening of
Wine and Wishes, you know how fun these events can be and you also know how
much good they do for our hospital.
2010 was a monumental year for the Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation, and
I’d like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all of our donors, large and small. Your
support reflects a greater commitment for the outstanding work of Akron Children’s
Hospital and the contribution our organization makes to improve the lives of the
babies, children and families in northern Ohio.
Sincerely,
Philip H. Maynard
Chairman, Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation
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Philip H. Maynard
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From critical care transport to treatment to research, our
intensive care team provides 24/7 care for more than 1,300
seriously ill or injured children each year. The 23-bed Pediatric
Intensive Care Unit (PICU) is staffed by eight board-certified
intensivists, at least one of whom is onsite every hour of the day,
365 days a year. They’re joined by eight highly-skilled certified
nurse practitioners, pediatric critical care nurses, therapists,
nutritionists, pharmacists, child life specialists, psychologists,
surgeons and subspecialists.
Critical minutes from
We transport critical patients from doctors’ offices
and ERs throughout our service area using one
of our four pediatric-dedicated ambulances or our
Air Bear® helicopter, all specially equipped for the smallest
patients. Once patients arrive, their state-of-the-art care
is enhanced through several ongoing research initiatives.
For instance, we collaborated with a national children’s
hospital organization to reduce bloodstream infections by
95 percent, saving $20,000 to $40,000 per incident.
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Michael Forbes, MD
Lucas Perks
Sharon, PA
Each day PICU doctors
encounter kids at life’s
crossroads, like the girl
with incurable lung disease
our sickest kids.
whose ventilator kept her
from talking with her family.
“I made adjustments on the
breathing tube that allowed
her to talk for the first time
in weeks. Suddenly she
could hear her voice again.
She and her parents were
crying, but it was a moment
that allowed her to tell them
what they meant to her.
Forty-eight hours later,
she was gone.” These are
the extraordinary stories that
set Akron Children’s apart.
Michael Forbes, MD
Pediatric Critical
Care Specialist,
Director of Clinical Research
Michael Hughes
Mansfield, OH
“A typical day here can
be very atypical. At any
moment, the beepers can go
off as we’re called to attend
deliveries or resuscitations.
Other times, we’re just
bonding with the families
and babies. I remember one
little boy whose parents
desperately wanted to
bond with him but were
overwhelmed by all the
wires and IVs in his isolette.
I remember the first time
his mom touched him, the
night he was born. It was
great. I grew close to them
during their stay, but it was
good to see them go home
and be a family.”
Terra Ruthenberg, RN
Nurse Educator/Case
Manager
Our nursery story
Thanks to a recent collaboration, Akron Children’s now
owns and operates the 21-bed Special Care Nursery at
Summa Akron City Hospital, offering premature and
critically ill newborns the same standardized care they’d
receive in our own Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Future
plans include a $1 million investment in new respiratory
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same neonatologists, who also staff the NICU at Akron
Children’s Hospital. Many of the same Summa nurses,
nurse practitioners and respiratory therapists are new
Akron Children’s employees and are rigorously trained in
our protocols and procedures. High-risk moms and babies
also have the support of our Regional Fetal Treatment
Center. If babies need the care of a pediatric specialist,
they’re quickly transported to our NICU.
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Earlier this year, Akron Children’s specialists began treating
patients at the MetroHealth main campus, complementing
that hospital’s existing pediatric specialties. The specialty
care we provide there includes pediatric cardiology,
gastroenterology, cancer and blood disorders, surgery and
critical care. It’s just one more example of our regional
integration, made possible in part by the addition of
77 specialists to our medical staff since 2009.
We also specialize in
“We know from experience that this type of collaboration
is a win-win for everyone,” said Norm Christopher, MD,
chair of the department of Pediatrics at Akron Children’s
Hospital. In fact, we have affiliations and partnerships with
eight other health systems: Akron General Medical Center
and Summa Health System in Akron, Fisher-Titus Medical
Center in Norwalk, TriPoint Medical Center in Lake County,
Aultman Hospital in Canton, St. Elizabeth Health Center
in Youngstown, Robinson Memorial Hospital in Ravenna
and MedCentral Health System in Mansfield.
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Shaniya Boyd
Cleveland, OH
Grace Smith, MD
“I start seeing MetroHealth
clinic patients about 8 a.m.
MetroHealth kids.
Most children are referred for
heart murmur or chest pain. I
also perform echocardiograms
on pregnant moms to detect
fetal heart defects. I remember
one baby with serious
congenital heart disease. The
mom delivered him almost two
months early, and he became
very sick. He was transferred
to Akron Children’s NICU
where he stabilized and grew.
He’s now about eight pounds
and big enough for his heart
surgery. That’s one of the more
rewarding parts of my job.”
Grace Smith, MD
Pediatric Cardiologist
Associate Director,
Arrhythmia Center,
Akron Children’s Hospital
Brianna Sloan
Columbiana, OH
A surgeon’s day begins before
dawn. By 7 a.m. he’s operating
on his first patient. “I perform
about five to seven cases on
a typical morning. Parents
feel very reassured knowing
I operate at Akron Children’s
here where everything centers
around the kids. Children need
their parents to be calm, so
mom and dad need to act like
a duck–calm on the surface
even if they’re paddling like
crazy underneath.” Caring for
families as well as patients; it’s
all in a day’s work for Akron
Children’s surgeons.
John Babyak, MD
Director of Pediatric
Surgical Services,
Akron Children’s Hospital,
Mahoning Valley
Our operations
Children should be able to heal close to home. That’s
why we opened the only dedicated pediatric surgery
department in the Mahoning Valley. We expect to
serve about 2,000 kids this year in our new $7 million
surgery unit, performing orthopedic, dental, urologic,
ENT, plastic and gastroenterological procedures. The
unit houses two surgical suites, patient preparation
and recovery areas, a sterile processing center, nursing
stations, a waiting room and more.
extend to the Mahoning Valley.
Our team includes specialty surgeons, pediatric
anesthesiologists and nurses who understand the unique
needs and concerns of children and their families. Child
life specialists will play an important role, too, preparing
children emotionally for surgery and easing their
anxiety while making sure their parents know what to
expect. Together they offer the specialized techniques
and appropriately sized equipment to ensure the best
possible outcome for every child.
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Foundation
Report
Akron Children’s Hospital was founded on a
tradition of giving that continues today through the
dedication of countless individuals and
organizations, based locally and throughout the c
country. We
can never truly express how grateful we are to our donors who
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Annual Fund
2010 marked the first year the
Annual Fund ran a fiscal year
campaign, from Jan. 1 – Dec. 31,
2010. We are pleased to report
that the campaign surpassed its
goal and raised nearly $1.2 million
for Akron Children’s Hospital, an
increase of 19 percent from the
previous year’s 15-month campaign.
As part of the new Foundation
office re-organization, annual
giving efforts included an increase
in targeted mail appeals to expand
reach and frequency as well as a
fresh focus on volunteer solicitor
communication and efforts. The
end result was a 9 percent increase
of total gifts. In 2010, Volunteer
Solicitors raised nearly $500,000
for the campaign, exceeding an
ambitious goal of $400,000 by
20 percent.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
The “Have a Heart, Do Your Part
Radiothon” celebrated its 11th
anniversary in February 2010.
Not only does this event continue
to raise significant funds for the
hospital, but it helps generate
awareness of our services to
WKDD’s listeners. More than 2,500
supporters demonstrated their
generosity and pledged more than
$520,000 to Akron Children’s.
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The second annual Miracles and
Promises Radiothon, held in
September on the Beeghly Campus,
and broadcast live on Mix 98.9
and 570 WKBN with feeds from
the other four local ClearChannel
stations throughout the weekend,
generated over $151,000, a
tremendous increase of 59 percent.
Children’s Miracle Network
Hospitals’ sponsors continued their
local fundraising with in-store
campaigns and special events, both
in the Akron/Canton area, and the
Mahoning Valley. Akron/Canton
area sponsors raised more than
$600,000 for the Akron campus, and
relationships with Mahoning Valley
sponsors raised nearly $155,000.
Fundraising Special Events
More than 94 special events,
sponsored by the Foundation and
outside groups or individuals,
reached a significant milestone
in 2010. For the first time ever,
more than $1,037,000 was raised
for the hospital.
The 49th annual Harness Race
Rally, sponsored by the Friends
of Akron Children’s Hospital,
continues to be one of the highlights
of the special event calendar
having raised a total of $65,000
for the Haslinger Family Pediatric
Palliative Care Center.
A record number of decorated
trees and increased sponsorships
resulted in a new all-time high
of $216,000 for the Holiday Tree
Festival. Special thanks to the
many volunteers who make this
event so special, including our
deep appreciation to Holiday Tree
Festival co-chairs, Heather Jalbert
and Margie McDonnell.
The continued leadership of
Foundation Director, Greg
Michalec, and his wife, Tiffany,
resulted in proceeds of $130,500
through another memorable
“Evening of Wine and Wishes.” This
event, consisting of good company,
great food and libations, has
generated more than $500,000 in
five years.
Some other independent events
held on behalf of Akron Children’s
include the Lopen Golf Outing
to support Hematology/Oncology
($56,700), the 3rd Annual Walk
for Babies to benefit the NICU
($38,000), and The Great Rinky
Dink Extreme Putt-Putt Challenge,
held in memory of Logan Boyd, to
support Hematology ($36,000).
Mahoning Valley
Philanthropic support from
donors in the Mahoning Valley
continues to grow as we expand
our fundraising efforts. Since 2008,
donors have contributed more than
$3 million to support the mission
of Akron Children’s Hospital in the
Mahoning Valley. In addition to our
collaboration with the Children’s
Miracle Network Hospitals, we’ve
enjoyed many fundraising successes
in the Mahoning Valley
A $100,000 gift from the SJK
Foundation was received to create a
Special Care Nursery Family Area
to provide a calm, quiet and inviting
place where families can rest while
their child is being treated.
A $50,000 pledge to establish a fund
for continuing medical education
in the Mahoning Valley was made
by Eleanor Watanakunakorn
in memory of her husband Dr.
Chatchrai Watanakunakorn.
Fifty thousand dollars ($50,000)
from the Hine Memorial Fund was
used to construct a family sleeping
room in the Special Care Nursery.
Capital support for Mahoning
Valley Surgical Services was
received through gifts of $25,000
from the Youngstown Foundation,
$10,000 from the J. Ford Crandall
Foundation, and an anonymous gift
of $5,000.
The Garden of Hope, a unique
outdoor space nestled in a highly
visible, yet enclosed, courtyard area
on the Akron Children’s Hospital
Beeghly Campus, was funded
entirely through philanthropic
donations totaling almost $70,000.
The second annual “Koins for Kids”
campaign, sponsored by Handel’s
Ice Cream, raised more than
$28,000.
Our partnership with Warren-based
Covelli Enterprises continues to
grow as evidenced by the first ever
Bagels for Babies campaign. Held at
Panera Cafés throughout the entire
market area in June 2010, the
activity raised more than $17,000.
Additionally, our two volunteer
groups, the Community Leadership
Advisory Council, which consists
of 20 members and is chaired
by Bruce Beeghly, and the Kids’
Crew of Akron Children’s Hospital
Mahoning Valley, which now has 85
active members, continue to provide
engaged leadership and support for
our efforts in the Mahoning Valley.
with courage and grace. Half of
the proceeds, when realized, will
be directed equally to expressive
therapy and nursing services.
Grants
Akron Children’s Hospital received
$3.2 million from public and private
sector grant funding sources in
2010, a decrease from 2009 levels.
We’ve also received outstanding
support for the Rebecca D.
Considine Research Institute from
long-time supporters such as The
Showers Family Foundation, Roger
and Judy Read, Mr. and Mrs. Tony
Alexander, The Mary and Louise
Myers Family Foundation, and Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Holland, among
others, totaling more $400,000.
Because of the decreased level
of governmental funding, which
has traditionally represented
approximately 80 percent of our
grant funding, the grants division
increased the number of private/
family foundation requests to 51
sources which represents a doubling
of submissions as compared to
2007. This activity resulted in a
21.8 percent increase in private
foundation funding.
Principal Giving
The Principal Giving division used
best practices to make good progress
in 2010 and lay a foundation to
build upon in 2011 and beyond.
Overall, almost $3,600,000 in
contributions, classified as major
gifts, were received in 2010,
significantly exceeding 2009 totals.
Additionally, we received
notification of a $600,000 gift from
an anonymous donor. This gift will
be directed towards three initiatives
at the hospital.
Additionally, the hospital continued
to receive strong corporate support
from a number of longtime
supporters including, among
others: FirstMerit, Goodyear Tire
and Rubber Co., Omnova, GOJO,
Unilock Ohio, AVI Foodsystems,
Howard Hanna, Summit Racing,
KeyBank, FirstEnergy and Polymer
Valley Chemicals.
The Foundation received word
that an anonymous estate gift
of $1.4 million was given to the
hospital and is to be used for areas
of greatest need. A magnanimous
gift of this kind truly demonstrates
the strong affection members
of the community feel for Akron
Children’s Hospital.
An innovative estate planning gift
of $800,000 was received from Dr.
and Mrs. Ron Russ, a wonderful
couple and grateful patients who
have faced unimaginable adversity
Ruthann Fasano
Canton, OH
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Foundation
Funds
The Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation
exists exclusively for the benefit of Akron
Children’s Hospital. Foundation funds,
listed by area of support, may be found
on the next several pages. Contributions
can be made by anyone to any of these funds. A fund may be established
with a minimum commitment of $25,000. Funds can be named after a
donor, or in memory or honor of a friend or loved one. They may be
restricted to support a special interest or unrestricted so the Foundation
can determine the area of greatest need. Outright gifts, irrevocable
planned gifts or special event proceeds may be used to start a fund. For more information about contributing or
starting a fund, please contact the Akron Children’s Hospital Foundation at 330-543-8340.
Adolescent
Loretta DeMarco Adolescent Fund
supports adolescent-based programs.
Jerry H. and Emily C. Welty
P.A.T.H.S. Scholarship Fund
provides post-high school education
scholarships to participants in the P.A.T.H.S.
(Promoting Adolescents Through Health
Services) program.
Anesthesia
Anesthesia Fund is for
education, equipment and
research.
Burn
Aluminum Cans for Burned Children
(ACBC) Fund is for supplementary
purchases for patients and families.
Corbin Burn Research Fund supports
and expands the burn research capability
in burn care and injury protection at the
hospital’s Burn Center.
Eva D. Davis Burn Education Fund
supports staff education and travel expenses.
Robert L. Klein Memorial Fund helps
purchase books, magazines and educational
material or equipment for the Burn Institute.
Henry N. Luckhardt Burn Fund
supports expenses associated with community
service, child advocacy and research.
Dr. Donald Minnig Memorial Fund is
used to acquire new Burn Institute equipment.
Paul and Carol David Foundation
Burn Institute Fund is used to offset
construction costs and equipment needs.
Regional Burn Center Special
Projects Fund is used for
equipment, staff education, patient/
family information, prevention
programs, research and patient
support.
Henry P. and Helen
Schmidt Burn
Education Endowment
Fund supports education
programs.
Camps
Camp Ed Bear Endowment Fund
supports a camp for hematology/oncology
patients and staff each summer.
Camps for Kids supports specialty camps
for current and former patients.
Cancer and Blood Disorders
Bone Marrow Transplant Fund helps
purchase equipment, fund construction and
provides educational materials and activities
for patients, families and staff.
Children’s Cancer Fund supports
research and education.
Children’s Blood and Cancer (CBC)
Fund provides personal items for patients and
covers expenses of equipment and supplies.
Stephen J. Comunale Jr. Fund relieves
financial burden of parents with children
who have cancer when all other resources are
exhausted or unavailable.
Hematology and Related Diseases
Fund supports research, patient and family
care and educational activities related to nonmalignant blood disorders.
LOPen Fund supports the needs of the
Showers Family Center for Childhood Cancers
and Blood Disorders.
W. Bishop McIntosh & Family Fund
supports research, education and care of
patients with blood diseases and cancer.
Summer Scholar Cancer Research
Fund supports one or more students
each summer conducting cancer research
at Akron Children’s.
Teacher Fund a Need provides funds for
an on-site educator for cancer patients.
Shawn Gaffney Nursing Education
Fund is used for oncology nursing education.
Jane Caprez, PT
Showers Family Center for Childhood
Cancer and Blood Disorders Fund
Jude Sanford
Akron, OH
offsets construction costs and supports patient
care, research and education programs.
Cardiology
Cardiology Research and Education
Fund supports research, education and in
special cases, equipment.
Children At Risk Evaluation (CARE)
(CARE) Center Fund provides personal
items and education materials for patients
suspected to have been victims of abuse.
Noah’s Hope Fund provides financial
support for needs of the CARE Center when
other hospital resources are not available.
Chaplaincy
Chaplaincy Services General Fund
provides support for patients, staff and
families based upon recommendations by the
chaplaincy team.
Child Advocacy
Adoption Advocacy Center Fund
provides financial support for a full range
of health care services for the adoptive child
and family.
Children Who Witness Violence
Fund provides early intervention services for
children exposed to violent situations.
Immunization Coalition Fund supports
programs to improve immunization rates
within Summit county.
Injury Prevention Center Fund
supports regional programs and activities
aimed at reducing childhood injuries.
Kohl’s Community Youth Fitness
Fund supports initiatives to address the
epidemic of childhood obesity.
Kohl’s SEED (Safety Education
and Equipment Distribution) Fund
Emergency Medicine
ED Fellowship Fund supports programs,
activities and supplies related to the education
of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows.
Endocrinology
Endocrinology and Metabolism
Research and Education Fund supports
programs, education and equipment relevant
to diabetes care.
Family Child Learning Center
Family Child Learning Center
Autism Education Fund supports
the Autism Preschool in the Family Child
Learning Center.
Family Child Learning Center Fund
supports the general activities and projects of
the center.
Family Centered Care
Parent Mentor Program Fund supports
operations of the program, which matches
parents and caregivers with trained parents
who have had similar experiences.
Reinberger Foundation Fund supports
the construction expenses of the Reinberger
Family Respite Center.
Fetal Treatment Center
Fetal Treatment Center Fund provides
support for program-related expenses.
General
Building and Equipment Fund
supports capital and construction projects.
Charity Care Fund ensures Children’s
policy that “no child shall be turned away.”
J.H. Dellenberger Endowment Fund
supports education, equipment and programs
related to injury prevention.
is used for general hospital support.
Jim & Vanita Oelschlager Center
for Child Advocacy Fund is used
supports the hospital’s areas of greatest need.
for initiatives such as violence prevention
programs, health services for the uninsured,
health education, community collaboration
projects and parent assistance initiatives.
Safe Kids Coalition Fund is for
programs aimed at reducing and eliminating
unintentional childhood injuries.
Child Life
Donald D. Shook Memorial Child
Life Fund provides financial support for
child life programs.
Children’s Hospital Foundation Fund
Global Health Fund sustains the Office
of Pediatric Global Health, with a focus on
providing medical outreach to the underserved
locally as well as internationally.
Mr. & Mrs. Albert A. (Ida M. Golz)
Koehn Fund for Needy Children helps
defray medical costs for underprivileged
families at Akron Children’s.
Roger and Judy Read Endowment Fund
supports the hospital’s areas of greatest need.
Genetics
Genetics Research and Education
Fund provides the department with support.
Literacy
Hoffenberg-Nackes Reading
Endowment Fund provides funds to buy
patients books, magazines, educational games
and other items.
Kohl’s Reach Out and Read Fund
provides funding for Reach Out and Read,
Reading Rovers and other hospital-based
literacy programs and regional programs such
as This City Reads.
Mahoning Valley
Mahoning Valley Community
Outreach, Education and Support
Center Fund is used to provide financial
support for the programs and services
operated by the Community Outreach,
Education and Support Center, for initiatives
such as health education, child advocacy and
parent assistance initiatives.
Mahoning Valley Fund supports the
programs and services of Akron Children’s
Hospital Mahoning Valley. Unless otherwise
specified, all donations received from Mahoning
Valley zip codes are placed in this fund.
Mahoning Valley Garden of Hope
Fund provides financial support for the
construction and maintenance of the Garden
of Hope, located on the Beeghly Campus.
Mahoning Valley McFamily Respite
Center Family Fund provides comfort
to the families utilizing the services of the
McFamily Respite Center located on the
Akron Children’s Beeghly Campus.
Medical Education
Dr. Robert Blanch Memorial Fund is
used to benefit current pediatric residents at
Akron Children’s or senior medical students
at NEOMED entering pediatric residencies.
A portion of this fund is used each year to
take a group of disadvantaged youth to a
professional baseball game.
John D. Kramer Chief Residency
Fund supports expenses related to the chief
medical resident.
Medical Staff Fund provides financial
support relating primarily to education of
medical staff and students.
Willis and Patricia Zeigler Endowment
supports areas of greatest need.
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Foundation Funds, continued.
Pediatric Education Fund supports the
education of medical staff and students.
Sam and Kathy Salem Chief Resident
in Pediatrics Fund provides funding to
support one of the chief residents
in pediatrics.
Medical Library
Andrews-Musser Family Memorial
Fund supports the operations of the
Medical Library.
Blakeney Memorial Library Fund
is used to purchase resource material.
Mary A. Hower Fund is used for
facility improvements of the Mary A. Hower
Medical Library.
Dr. Louis A. Lame Fund supports the
Family Resource Center, which provides
medical-related information to patients and
their families.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Fund
provides financial support for expansion and
renovation of the NICU.
Dominic Vesco Memorial Endowment
Fund assists families experiencing hardships
because of the hospitalization of their
premature newborn.
Palliative Care General Fund provides
support for equipment, supplies and education.
Pediatric Palliative Care Gift Card
Fund provides funds to purchase gift
cards for use by patients and/or families for
groceries, clothing, gasoline, etc.
Walk for Babies Fund is used for the
Austin Michael Davis Memorial
Endowment Fund provides funding to
purchase of equipment, funding of programs
and research opportunities within the NICU.
support and enhance the projects and services
of the Palliative Care Center.
Ashley Weech – NICU Newborn Fund
Haslinger Family Pediatric Palliative
Care Center Fund helps defray
is used to support neonatal research and
NICU staff education.
unreimbursed costs associated with the center.
Nedra and Lisa Yamokoski Memorial
Fund supports special projects in the NICU.
Pediatric Palliative Care Endowed
Chair supports a leadership position for the
department.
Nursing
Kilmon Nursing Fund supports
continuing medical education expenses for
general care unit staff nurses.
Nursing Education and Research
Endowment funds special projects, education
Sarah Elizabeth Friebert, MD
Leadership Chair in Pediatric
Palliative Care Fund supports the
Director of the Haslinger Family Pediatric
Palliative Care Center.
Medical Staff Library Endowment
Fund is for general support of the
and research involving nursing staff.
Andre Sobel River of Life Program
Fund helps relieve the financial burden of
medical library.
Ophthalmology
Ophthalmology Fund supports the needs
single caregivers caring for children with lifethreatening illness.
Neurology
George Family Special Needs
Endowment Fund supports and
of the Ophthalmology Department.
enhances the projects and services of the
NeuroDevelopmental Science Center.
Pediatric Neurology Research and
Education Fund supports the education
of medical staff and students.
NeuroDevelopmental Center (NDC)
Endowment Fund promotes education
of parents, community and health care
professionals involved with young people with
neurological disorders and also advocacy and
research projects.
Orthopedics
Children’s Bone and Joint Research
Fund provides support for supplies,
equipment, support staff and other researchrelated expenses.
Orthopedic Research and Education
Fund provides support for departmental
programs.
Palliative Care
Colin James Carr Fund supports
bereavement services and programs.
The Children’s Garden Fund was
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Akron Neonatology Nursing
Education Fund was established
for continuing education for nurses.
Nicholas Calderone Fund supports
special daily needs of NICU patients and
their families.
Baby Jack Delaney Memorial Fund
provides support for education and outreach
programs to families of NICU patients.
Lasick Memorial Fund provides
support for patient care and nurse training
in the NICU.
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established to provide financial support for the
construction and operation of the Children’s
Garden of Hope and Healing in Akron
Children’s Hospital’s Perkins Square Park.
Cushwa Family Pediatric Palliative
Care Fund supports department staff with
the intent on enhancing provision of homebased services for patients with life-threatening
illness and their families.
The Lauren Ellen Gartner, Forever in
Our Hearts, Memorial Fund supports
the Expressive Therapy Program.
Palliative Care Fellowship Fund
supports programs, activities and supplies,
deemed beneficial to enhancing the education
of the pediatric palliative care residents.
Pathology
Howard J. Igel, MD, Pediatric
Pathology Student Award Fund
provides encouragement to pediatric pathology
students at NEOMED.
Pathology Research and Education
Fund is used for new projects, capital
equipment, supplies, and technical and
educational support.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Special
Projects Fund is used for department
equipment and educational projects.
Mason’s All Star Fund provides general
support for the PICU.
McKenzie Rose Garretson Memorial
Scholarship Fund assists in the funding of
education for any nurse in the PICU.
Anthony M. Shingleton – The “Tony”
Fund supports the daily needs of PICU
patients through the purchase of comfort items.
Pediatric Medicine
Dr. Noah Miller Chair in Pediatric
Medicine provides an endowed chair in
pediatric medicine.
Plastic Surgery
Craniofacial Center Fund supports
Akron Craniofacial Center programs that
benefit patients and families.
Betty Pilliod Visiting Professorship
in Pediatric Plastic Surgery Fund
supports a visiting professor each year.
Plastic Surgery Research and
Education Fund supports projects in
plastic surgery.
Psychiatry
Psychiatric Intake Response Center
(PIRC) Fund supports the center, which
coordinates mental health services for
children, adolescents and their families.
Pulmonary
Cystic Fibrosis Care Fund supports
Dr. Panitz Research Memorial Fund
provides support for various research projects.
Pharmacy Education and Research
Fund helps defray the costs of ongoing
education, training and research within the
department of Pharmacy Services.
Roger and Evelyn Sherman Research
Fund is used for general purposes.
Rheumatology
Rheumatology Fund supports
general operating expenses of the
Rheumatology division.
programs and activities for patients
and families.
Sick Child Care Center
Estelle F. Kaufman Sick Child Care
Center Fund provides for operational
Pulmonary Function Fund is for
support of the center.
equipment purchases, medical and staff
education and research.
Robert T. Stone, MD Fund in Pulmonary
Medicine is for program support.
Urology
Richard J. Champion Urological
Fund provides research funding for urologybased projects.
Dr. Harry, Lois and Ethel Leuchtag
Endowment Fund supports pediatric
urology education.
Women’s Board
Elizabeth B. Frank Fund supports
education and training for members of the
hospital’s Women’s Board.
Women’s Board Endowment Fund
supports projects based on area of
greatest need.
Volunteer Services
Children’s Toy Fund is used to purchase
toys, games and crafts for patients.
Social Work
Social Work Fund supports various
activities and projects and includes direct
assistance to patients served.
Dr. Joseph Ulrich Fund is used for
Friends of Children’s Hospital Fund
pays for expenses associated with Pinkie the
Puppet, as well as other projects of the Friends
of Akron Children’s Hospital.
respiratory research and education.
Spina Bifida
Spina Bifida Fund pays for various items
Radiology
James Evans Radiography
Scholarship Award Fund provides
to benefit patients and families.
Pet Therapy Fund provides support for
the Doggie Brigade, Petie the Pony and other
animal-based therapy programs.
Surgery
Bruce F. Rothmann, MD Endowed
Chair in Pediatric Surgery provides
TWIG Fund holds dues paid by the group’s
volunteers, who specialize in doing crafts
with patients, and pays for craft supplies and
supports the Pinkie the Puppet Fund.
scholarships for students participating
in the Radiography School at
Akron Children’s Hospital.
support for the needs of the department.
Radiology Research and Education
Fund supports programs in medical research
Surgical Research and Education
Fund promotes education and research
and education.
efforts within the surgical department.
Rehabilitative
Brandon Thomas Clark Fund supports
the needs of Rehabilitative Services patients
and their families.
Rehabilitative Services Fund supports
activities and projects of the rehabilitation
division including the physical therapy,
occupational therapy and speech and
hearing departments.
Renal
Renal Care and Research Fund
supports equipment purchases, staff and
patient education, research and patient
support programs.
Research
Rebecca D. Considine Research
Institute Fund supports the needs of the
institute.
Leigh Memorial Research Fund
supports research and activities in pediatric
health care.
Racheal Ball
Uniontown, OH
Children’s Miracle
Network Hospitals
Children’s Miracle Network
Hospitals Sponsors
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
is a nonprofit organization dedicated
to saving and improving the lives of
children by raising funds for children’s
hospitals. Akron Children’s Hospital, a
Children’s Miracle Network hospital,
continues to benefit from the hard work
and dedication of its sponsors. We are
extremely grateful for the $1.1 million
donated to Akron Children’s Hospital in
2010 by our sponsors.
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Ace Hardware Corp.
American Car Care Centers
American Legion
Auntie Anne’s Inc.
Blockbuster Inc.
CDW Corp.
Circle K Midwest
CO-OP Financial Services
Credit Unions for Kids
CROSSMARK Inc.
Dairy Queen Corp.
FCCLA
FirstGroup America
Foresters
Golden Corral Corp.
Great Clips Inc.
Greek Partners - Phi Delta Epsilon
Greek Partners - Phi Mu
Greek Partners - Sigma Alpha Epsilon
IHOP Corp.
Kiwanis International
Log A Load
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
Marriott International Inc.
Meijer, Inc.
Microsoft
Miss America Organization
Mission Fish
Ollie’s Bargain Outlet
Panda Restaurant Group Inc.
RE/MAX International Inc.
Rite Aid Corp.
Schwan’s
Speedway SuperAmerica LLC
USA Gymnastics
Valvoline Express Car Care
Valvoline Instant Oil Change
Walmart Stores Inc.
Lisa Connell
and her dog, Jack
Jennifer Minehart, MA, CCC-SLP
A.J. Hodge, Canfield, OH
Hope Society
2010 Children’s Hope Society
Launched in the spring of 2002, the
Children’s Hope Society was formed
as a giving club created exclusively
for special benefactors who have
included Akron Children’s Hospital
in their estate plans through the
establishment of a bequest, charitable
trust or other planned gift. We salute
these special benefactors whose
legacies keep hope and discovery
flourishing at Akron Children’s.
Anonymous (13)
Mr. Edward I. Abramson*
E. Reginald* and Rhea H. Adam*
Ms. Rachel Adler*
Mr.* and Mrs.* Sterling Alderfer
Mr. and Mrs. Rennick A. Andreoli
Ms. Ruth Andrews*
Ms. Marlene A. Baker
Mary Balaz*
Eunice Barnes Foore*
Mr. R. Thornton Beeghly*
Mr. Louis H. Benes*
Mr. Walter L. Blosser*
Glenn R.* and Alice V.* Boggess
Mrs. Jo Brookhart
H. Peter* and Eileen Burg
Mr. Edward A. Cain*
Betty J. Caldwell*
Mr. Kenneth L. Calhoun*
Myrle C. Campbell*
Ms. Anita E. Capuano*
Mr. Sidney S. Carver*
Mr. and Mrs.* J. M. Chamberlain
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Clites
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Considine
Margaret Crawford Sprowls*
Thomas R. and Mary Lynn Crowley
Ms. Antionette G. Cunning*
Mr.* and Mrs.* Charles C. Dailey
Mrs. Mary Dailey Chambers*
Elizabeth C. Dellenberger*
Mr. and Mrs. James P. DeMarco
Margaret J. Deteske*
Mrs. Janet L. Duffy*
Mr. Henry C. Eberly*
Dorothy R. Ellis
Frances G. Ellsworth
James* and Helen* Faunce
Mrs. Starla Gage*
S. Margaret Gallagher*
Ms. Dorothy M. Godard*
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Green
Prescott (Scott) F. Griffith
Mr.* and Mrs. Westi Hansen
Mr. William B. Haynes*
Mr. Preston Hickman*
Robert E. Hillier Family
Nellie Holb*
Mr. and Mrs. Willard R. Holland
Harvey H. Hollinger*
Charles L. and Gretchen L. Horn
Mr. William A. Humphreys*
Mrs. Josephine Imhoff*
Duane L. Isham
Blanche Isroff Hoffenberg*
Mrs. Virginia C. Jack*
Marian Jandecka*
Mrs. Jocelyn M. Jenkins*
E. Keith and Joanne Jones
Mr. and Mrs.* Ralph E. Kane
Dr. Rajeev and Neeta Kishore
John S. Knight*
Mr. William Krisher*
Celia L. Krug*
Ms. Elsie R. Lappin*
Dr.* and Mrs.* Warren W. Leigh
Dr.* and Mrs.* Harry H. Leuchtag
Ms. Gladys Long*
Henry N. Luckhardt*
Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Mabry
Edward*, Arlene* and Kaye Maibach
Luella Mangano
Carl Maphies*
Ms. Carolyn R. Maresky
Roberta and Stan Marks
Mrs. Marian E. Maynard*
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Maynard
Greg and Jackie McDermott
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McDonald
Mr.* & Mrs. C. Blake McDowell
Zella McGuire*
Dr. Noah* and Belle* Miller
Louise A. and R. Andrew Miller III
Mrs. Mabel Morgan*
Mr. Austin “Pete” Moulin*
Ms. Elva M. Neal*
Gilbert T.* and Evelyn M.* Nolley
Jim and Vanita Oelschlager
Mr. William J. O’Neil*
Caroline J. Pardee*
Mr. and Mrs. W. Stuver Parry
Mr. Claude A. Pauley*
Maisie Petty*
Mr. Walter R. Rank*
Mr.* and Mrs. Louis Ratener
Roger and Judith Read
Mrs. Gladys Richardson*
Mr.* and Mrs.* James G. Robertson
Ms. Marceline A. Rosey*
Dr. Bruce F.* & Mrs. Lola M. Rothmann
Mr. Paul F. Rufenacht*
Mr.* and Mrs.* Ronald Ruhnke
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Russ
Ada (Mr. Sol) Sacks*
Mrs. Ada Santmyer*
Esther Savage*
Mr. Philip H. Schneider*
Mrs. Sue E. Schumacher*
Helen T. Scrimgeour
Dr.* and Mrs.* George Seeley
Mr. and Mrs. David Showers and
Family
Mrs. Elida L. Silver*
Ms. Donna P. Smith*
Mrs. Dorothy M. Smith*
Mrs. Edith Son
Ralph B. Sprinkle*
Marcia and Don Stone
Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Stone
Mr. William L. Thaw*
James P. Walsh*
Mrs. Emily Welty
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wooldredge
Wilma F. Yankulov*
Ms. Marion P. York*
Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Zeigler
Mrs. Patricia Zonsius*
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Mary Day
Society
Mrs. Dorothy Hassenflue Stein*
Earl and Betty Hawkins
Charles L. and Gretchen L. Horn
Dr. Howard J. Igel*
Duane L. Isham
Marian Jandecka*
Mr.* and Mrs.* Jerome J. Joondeph
Mr. and Mrs.* Ralph E. Kane
Dr. Anand and Amita Kantak
Donald and Estelle Kaufman
2010 Mary Day Society
Named for the historic beginning
of Akron Children’s Hospital,
the Mary Day Society recognizes
donors who have helped ensure the
future of Akron Children’s. This
recognition club was established in
2002 to pay tribute to donors who
have reached lifetime giving levels
of $25,000 or more.
Visionary Level
$1,000,000 and above
Anonymous
The Beeghly Family
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Considine
Thomas R. and Mary Lynn Crowley
Mr.* and Mrs. Westi Hansen
Mrs. Sandra L. Haslinger
Caregiver Level
Dr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Kokomoor
$250,000 - $499,999
Mr. William Krisher*
Anonymous (2)
Luella Mangano
Margaret Crawford Sprowls*
Carl Maphies*
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Cushwa Jr.
Drs. John and Margaret McBride
Mrs. Mary Dailey Chambers*
Jim and Diana McCool
Elizabeth C. Dellenberger*
Mr. and Mrs. James P. McCready
Margaret J. Deteske*
Mrs. Mabel Morgan*
Mrs. Dorothy J. Gaffney
Mr. Austin “Pete” Moulin*
Mrs. Starla Gage*
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Moulin
Mr. Preston Hickman*
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Murdough Jr.
Harvey H. Hollinger*
Gilbert T.* and Evelyn M.* Nolley
Ms. Jocelyn M. Jenkins*
Drs. Robert and Pamela Novak
Greg and Jackie McDermott
Mr.* and Mrs. Michael G. O’Neil
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Myers
Mr. Claude A. Pauley Trust
Mrs. Mary Alice Beeghly Schaff*
Linda and Les Radwany
Mrs. Dorothy M. Smith*
Roger and Judith Read
Marcia and Don Stone
Mr.* and Mrs. Robert A. Rice
Mr.* and Mrs.* James G. Robertson
Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Hower
Dr.* and Mrs.* Harold H. Leuchtag
Henry N. Luckhardt*
Mr.* & Mrs. C. Blake McDowell
Jim and Vanita Oelschlager
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Showers
Humanitarian Level
$500,000 - $999,999
Paula Belloni
H. Peter* and Eileen Burg
Mr. William B. Haynes*
Mr. and Mrs. Willard R. Holland Jr.
Ms. Carolyn R. Maresky
Mr. Walter R. Rank*
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Builder Level
Mr.* and Mrs.* Donald Ruhnke
$100,000 - $249,999
Mr. Philip H. Schneider*
Anonymous (2)
Helen T. Scrimgeour
Mr. Edward I. Abramson*
Mr.* and Mrs. Ross K. Shoolroy
Mr.* and Mrs.* Sterling Alderfer
John P. Stoner
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Alexander, JD
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Vollman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Arnold
Mark A. Watson
Eunice Barnes Foore*
Wilma F. Yankulov*
Mrs. Jessica Becker
Drs. Gary and Catherine Benfield
Healer Level
Mr.* and Mrs.* Doris Corns
$50,000 - $99,999
Ms. Antionette G. Cunning*
Anonymous (4)
Mr.* and Mrs.* Charles C. Dailey
E. Reginald* and Rhea H. Adam*
Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Delaney
Ms. Rachel Adler*
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Delaney
Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Agamanolis
Mrs. Doris K. Galin*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Berk
S. Margaret Gallagher*
Mrs. Phyllis C. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Gault
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Bevilacqua, CPA
Mr. Walter L. Blosser*
Dr.* and Mrs.* Warren W. Leigh
Steward Level
Dr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Boeckman
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Lin
$25,000 - $49,999
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Brennan
Ms. Gladys Long*
Anonymous
Dr. and Mrs. William B. Brideweser
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Magoline Jr.
Mr. Scott A. Abell
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Burnstine
Roberta and Stan Marks
Mr. John and Dr. Sarah Adams
Mr.* and Mrs.* Carl Caldwell
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. McMahon
Dr. and Mrs. David A. Andrews
Mr. Kenneth L. Calhoun*
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mercer
Mr. and Mrs. David N. Ashe Sr.
Myrle C. Campbell*
Mr. and Mrs. R. Andrew Miller III
Mary Balaz*
Mr. and Mrs.* J. M. Chamberlain
Dr.* and Mrs. Charles Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Barton
Tom and Brenda Clark
Marvin S. Platt, MD
Mr. R. Thornton Beeghly*
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Comunale
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rice
Mr. Roger G. Berk Sr.
Honorable Deborah L. Cook and
Dr. Bruce F.* & Mrs. Lola M.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Berry
Mr. Robert F. Linton
Rothmann
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bigelow
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Crow
Drs. Michael and Carrie Rubin
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Blickle
Mr. and Mrs. James P. DeMarco
Mr.* and Mrs. Samuel Salem
Mrs. Wright Bronson Jr.
Mr.* and Mrs.* Russell DeYoung
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Scala
Mrs. Jo Brookhart
Harriet Feick and John Sekas
Dr.* and Mrs.* George Seeley
Mr.* and Mrs.* Robert C. Brouse
Paul A. Frank Jr.
Mr.* and Mrs.* J.R. Silver
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Butler
Dr. and Mrs. Godfrey Gaisie
Mr. Ralph B. Sprinkle
Mr. Edward A. Cain*
Mr. John M. Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Treutel
Mr. and Mrs. Christian E. Callsen
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Grigg
Mrs. Eleanor Watanakunakorn
Norman and Jean Christopher
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Haslinger
Dr. and Mrs. Don W. Wehling
Dr. Milton N. Cooper
Mr. Joseph M. Holden*
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wooldredge
Maxene Darrah*
Dr. and Mrs. Rajeev Kishore
Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Zeigler
Mr.* and Mrs.* Richard H. Downing
Mr.* and Mrs.* Louis Klages
Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Klein
Mr.* and Mrs. Paul J. Kruder
Mr. John E. Lawrence*
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Lehman
Phillip Page
Security Shift Supervisor
Akron Children’s Hospital
Mahoning Valley
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Mary Day Society, continued
Dr. John C. Duby and Dr. Sara F.
Guerrero-Duby
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hopkins
Mr. Andrew C. Thorn*
Drs. Jeffrey and Patricia Hord
Ms. Grace K. Wakulchik
Mrs. Josephine Imhoff*
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Walker
Helen I. Isroff*
Dr. John R. Waterson
Dr. and Mrs. William G. Ellis Jr.
Mrs. Blanche Isroff Hoffenberg*
Joseph and Cynthia Weinstein
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Enlow
Mrs. Virginia C. Jack*
Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Wickham
Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Flaksman
E. Keith and Joanne Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Wilkes
Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Flood
Celia L. Krug*
Mary F. Yeager
Dr. Jennifer Grow and Mr. Gregory Hobe
Ms. Elsie R. Lappin*
Ms. Marion P. York*
Mr. Guy Gundaker*
Mrs. Barbara McIntosh Latchic
Mr. Charles F. Zodrow*
Mr.* and Mrs.* Jack Heslop
Dr. and Mrs. Kwangshin Lee
Robert E. Hillier Family
Ms. Jeanne S. Leventhal*
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hillock
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Locastro
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hinrichs
Barbara and Riley Lochridge
$1,000,000 and above
Nellie Holb*
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Lynn
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Mrs. Virginia Y. Holshuh
Scott and Linda Lyons
Kohl’s Department Stores
CORPORATE PARTNERS
Visionary Level
Mrs. Louella Meadows
Mrs. Marvin M. Mell
Humanitarian Level
Mrs. Barbara A. Minnig*
$500,000 - $999,999
Mrs. Mitten
Children’s Family Care Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Nankervis
Heinz North America
Dr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Nasrallah
J.M. Smucker Co.
Don Nelson
Dr.* and Mrs.* Donald S. Nelson
Caregiver Level
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt S. Nygaard
$250,000 - $499,999
Dr. and Mrs. Harry W. O’Dell
Anonymous
Ms. Paige Palmer Ashbaugh*
BF Goodrich Co.
Robert C. Petti and Family
FirstMerit Corp.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Pilliod Jr.
Giant Eagle
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Pope
Metalico Annaco
Keith R. Powell, MD
OMNOVA Solutions Inc.
Mr.* and Mrs. Louis Ratener
Sterling Jewelers Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Rose
Mr. Henry P. and Helen Schmidt
Dessena (Desi) Andrus
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Builder Level
Mrs. Sue E. Schumacher*
$100,000 - $249,999
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Sekeres
Air Enterprises Inc.
Tinker Shook
Akron Beacon Journal
Pat and Walt Silver
Anesthesia for Children
Jack and Nancy Slinger
APV Engineered Coatings
Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Smerglia
Brouse McDowell
Ms. Donna P. Smith*
CIBC World Markets
Mr.* and Mrs. Walter F. Stiegele
FirstEnergy Corp.
Mrs. Rainy Stitzlein
Genentech Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Stone
House of LaRose
Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Sunoo
Kenmore Construction Co Inc.
Dr. Kenneth F. Swanson
Myers Industries Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Donzell S. Taylor
Oak Associates Ltd.
Mr. William L. Thaw*
SeibertKeck Insurance
Fiesta Salons Inc.
Humanitarian Level
Unilock Ohio Inc.
Fine Point Public Relations
$500,000 - $999,999
United Salvage Co. Inc.
Flexsys America L.P.
Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund
Harwick Standard
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Healer Level
Distribution Corp.
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Therapeutics
$50,000 - $99,999
Heidman, Inc. DBA McDonald’s
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
A. Schulman Inc.
Hemminger Construction Co. Inc.
Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation
Akrochem Corp.
Hershey Foods Corp.
Reinberger Foundation
Akron Regional Hospital Assoc.
House of Blues Concerts Inc.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
ASW Services – Master Lift Inc.
Hygenic Corp.
Walter W. Born Trust
Babcock & Wilcox
J & L Specialty Steel
Caremark Therapeutic Services
JoAnn Stores Inc.
Caregiver Level
Chase
JWT Action
$250,000 - $499,999
ComDoc Inc.
KeyBank
Akron Community Foundation
FirstMerit Corp.
Marcus Thomas LLC
Haslinger Family Foundation
Fleming Civic Fund
Merrill Lynch
Kulas Foundation
GOJO Industries Inc.
OUR 365
Hasenstab Architects Inc.
Paine, Webber, Jacks
Holland Oil Co.
Pediatrics of Akron
Little Tikes Co.
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers
Morris Brothers Non-Ferrous Metal
Performance Foods
Newell Rubbermaid
Polymer Valley Chemicals &
Orthopaedic Surgeons of
Crystal Clinic Inc.
Pathology Medical Students of Akron
Children’s Hospital
Minerals Inc.
Pub Club Management Inc.
Roetzel & Andress
Ruhlin Co.
Pepsi-Cola Co.
Schrader Bellows Inc.
PNC Bank NA
Wyeth-Ayerst Pharmaceuticals
Quaker Oats Co.
Quality Scrub Car Wash
FOUNDATIONS
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Visionary Level
Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc.
$1,000,000 and above
Step2 Co. LLC
GAR Foundation
Welty Building Co.
John S. Knight Charitable
Remainder Trust
Steward Level
Kresge Foundation
$25,000 - $49,999
Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Akron Auto Auction
Maynard Family Foundation
Alpha Therapeutic Co.
Northern Ohio Golf Charities
Alside Inc.
Foundation
American Dairy Queen Corp.
Paul and Carol David Foundation
Area Wide Protective
Welty Family Foundation
Centene Corp.
Continental General Tire Inc.
Diebold Inc.
Dominion East Ohio
Ernst & Young LLP
Exergen Corp.
Nancy M. Herron, MOT, OTR/L
A.J. Hodge, Canfield, OH
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Mary Day Society, continued
Healer Level
COMMUNITY
$50,000 - $99,999
SUPPORTERS & EVENTS
Louis D. Beaumont Foundation
Anonymous
Ronald McDonald House Charities of
Allstate Foundation
$1,000,000 and above
Glenn R. and Alice V. Boggess
Friends of Children’s Hospital
Mahoning Valley and Western PA
Sisler McFawn Foundation
Sutowski Foundation
Walter Henry Freygang Foundation
Builder Level
$100,000 - $249,999
Memorial Foundation
Charles E. & Mabel M. Ritchie
Memorial Foundation
Harness Race Rally
“Have a Heart, Do Your Part” Radiothon
Holiday Tree Festival
Cleveland Browns Foundation
NEOMED
Hine Memorial Fund of
Telethon
The Youngstown Foundation
Andre Sobel River of Life Foundation
Howland Memorial Fund
Burton D. Morgan Foundation
Lloyd L. & Louise K. Smith
Doris and Floyd Kimble Foundation
Visionary Level
Memorial Foundation
Women’s Board of Akron
Children’s Hospital
Humanitarian Level
Evans Foundation
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
John McAlonan Fund of the Akron
$500,000 - $999,999
Michelson Foundation
Denim and Diamonds
Musson Charitable Foundation
Forest Heritage Festival and Auction
Community Foundation
SJK Foundation
Oberkotter Foundation
Lehner Family Foundation
Ohio Children’s Trust Fund
Caregiver Level
Mary and Louis S. Myers Foundation
PDR Foundation
$250,000 - $499,999
Region V-East Hemophilia
Stephen A. Comunale Jr.
Anonymous
Comprehensive Care and Prevention
Family Foundation
Timken Foundation of Canton
Tuscora Park Health &
Wellness Foundation
Akron Children’s Hospital Employee
Foundation Council
Aluminum Cans for Burned Children
An Evening of Wine and Wishes
Cascade Hemophilia Consortium
Steward Level
Giant Eagle Cookie Card Program
$25,000 - $49,999
Kids Day Celebrity Golf Tournament
Barberton Community Foundation
“Miracles and Promises” Radiothon and
Bonne Bell Family Foundation
CareSource Foundation
ClearChannel Youngstown
Shady Hollow Golf Benefit
CVS - Care Mark Charitable Trust
DeSanzo Charitable Foundation
Builder Level
Fred W. Albrecht Family Foundation
$100,000 - $249,999
Genentech Foundation
Canton Firefighters Activities
Home Savings Charitable Foundation
Children’s Benefit Invitational
Hood / Meyerson Foundation
Eat ‘n Park Hospitality Group
Hoover Foundation
Emergency Department Physicians
Howard Atwood Family Fund of
Field of Dreams
Akron Community Foundation
Milton James Foundation
Fragile X Alliance of Ohio
OMNOVA Solutions Foundation
Great Rinky Dink Extreme Putt Putt
Ridgecliff Foundation
Robert W. Little Foundation
Rocco Alessandro
Medina, OH
AKRON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
Challenge
Heart Center Physicians
Saint Ann Foundation
-Dr. Giora Ben-Shachar
Samuel and Connie Frankino
-Dr. John Bockoven
Charitable Foundation
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Firestone Swim Marathon
-Dr. John Clark
Tod Family Foundation
-Dr. Mark Jacobstein
Youngstown Foundation
-Dr. John Lane
-Dr. Chandrakant Patel
Steward Level
-Dr. Grace Smith
$25,000 - $49,999
-Dr. Philip Smith
Akron Auto Auction
-Dr. Michael Spector
Austin Michael Davis Memorial
-Dr. David Waight
Golf Tournament
Howard Hanna Chow Chow Events
Burn Center Golf Charitable Benefit
Hudson Junior Golf Invitational
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association
Kids’ NewsDay
Children’s Caravan Teddy Bear Run
LOPen Celebrity Golf Tournament
Council of Italian-Americans
Medical Staff Dues
Covelli Enterprises
Ohio Fire Safety Coalition Burn
Diamond Classic for Kids
Invitational
Green Fire Department
Project Ed Bear Inc.
Handel’s Ice Cream – “Koins for Kids”
United Way of Summit County
Horse of a Different Color
Walk for Babies
James Evans Memorial Golf Outing
Kids’ NewsDay
Healer Level
Mark Phelps Golf-a-thon
$50,000 - $99,999
Mason’s All Star Benefit
Barberton Speedway
National Hamburger Festival
Demolition Derby
NFL Alumni Golf Outing
Build-a-billboard WKDD
Noah’s Hope
Children’s Cheer Classic
Northeast Ohio Loggers Chapter
Circle K Great Lakes
Ohio State Moose Association
Cleveland Browns NFL Alumni
Otto Orf Charity Golf Outing
Golf Outing
Hudson Community Foundation
Junior League of Akron
Ladies’ Auxiliary, Veterans of
Foreign Wars
Plain Township
Firefighters/Paramedics
Police and Fire “Race for a Cure”
Demolition Derby
Summer Fun
Links for Life
National SAFE KIDS Campaign
Ohio Troopers Caring Inc.
Ribs for Kids
Summit County Medical Alliance
Physicians Spouses
Taste of Hudson
Turfscape Inc. Golf Classic
TWIGS of Children’s Hospital
Adam Gatrell
Canfield, OH
Lucas O’Dea, Boardman, OH
Meghan Ball Crowley, PT, MSPT
Children’s
Circle
2010 Children’s Circle
The Children’s Circle recognizes a
distinguished group of donors who
make Akron Children’s Hospital
a priority in their philanthropy by
donating at least $1,000 during a
calendar year. This special group
of caring individuals allows Akron
Children’s to fulfill our mission to
provide family-centered healthcare
for every child and their family,
while never sacrificing quality of care
because of the inability to pay.
Transform Level
$1,000,000 and above
Anonymous
Jim and Vanita Oelschlager
Innovate Level
$500,000 - $999,000
Dr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Russ
Cure Level
$100,000 - $499,999
Anonymous
Mr. Michael R. Beck Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Beeghly
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Considine
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Cooper
Mary Dailey Chambers Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Delaney
Earl and Betty Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hopkins
Dr. Roger J. Hudgins
Dr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Kokomoor
Barbara and Riley Lochridge
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Maynard
Drs. John and Margaret McBride
Jim and Diana McCool
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Muransky
Drs. Michael and Carrie Rubin
Sam* and Kathy Salem
Helen T. Scrimgeour
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Traynor
Ms. Grace K. Wakulchik
Joseph and Cynthia Weinstein
Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Wilkes
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Alexander, JD
Roger and Judith Read
Promise Level
Heal Level
Anonymous
Mr. John and Dr. Sarah Adams
Mrs. Virginia and Mr. William E. Albanese
Drs. Gary and Catherine Benfield
Mrs. Phyllis C. Berry
Norman and Jean Christopher
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Crane
Tim and Michele Ditty
Harriet Feick and John Sekas
Dr. Jennifer Grow and Mr. Gregory Hobe
Elizabeth and Mark Hamlin
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Heintz
Harvey H. Hollinger Trust
Mr. Duane L. Isham
Dr. Anand and Amita Kantak
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Kuwatch
Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Lyden
Dr. and Mrs. Anton G. Milo
$25,000 - $99,999
Anonymous
Mr. R. Thornton Beeghly*
Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Bevilacqua, CPA
H. Peter* and Eileen Burg
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Delaney
William B. Haynes Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Willard R. Holland
E. Keith and Joanne Jones
Mrs. Doris J. Kimble
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Myers
Philip H. Schneider Trust
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Showers
Mrs. Eleanor Watanakunakorn
Mark A. Watson
Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Zeigler
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Create Level
$10,000 - $24,999
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$5,000 - $9,999
Don Misheff
Don Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Petek
Dr. and Mrs. Victor L. Petrovic
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Pope
Dr. Michael D. Reed and Mrs. Debra Reed
Mr. Jay H. Russ
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Scherler
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Schneider
Pat and Walt Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Trabucco
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vistein
Protect Level
$2,500 - $4,999
Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Agamanolis
Drs. John and Maureen Ahmann
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Barton
Lisa Anne Botnick Fund
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Butler
Kenneth L. Calhoun Trust
Mr. Adam Elliot Carr and
Mrs. Valerie Wax Carr
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Crow
Thomas R. and Mary Lynn Crowley
Mr. Bart A. DiLiddo, PhD and
Mrs. Roseann L. DiLiddo
Dr. and Mrs. Mohammed Elkhwad
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Enlow
Dr. and Mrs. Godfrey Gaisie
Mr. John M. Glenn
Drs. Jeffrey and Patricia Hord
Mr. David E. Johnson
Mr. Philip J. Kaszar
Dr. Wasim Khan
Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Klonk
Ms. Tryna Kochanek
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Krapf
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Magoline Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Merril
Mrs. Barbara A. Mowad
Mrs. Sarah M. Nicol
Drs. Robert and Pamela Novak
Dr. and Mrs. Harry W. O’Dell
Ms. Beth Z. Potere
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Pratt
Mr. Joseph Protain and Dr. Alison P. Protain
Mr. and Mrs. Monte C. Repasky
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Rice
Mrs. Hanna O. Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Sahli
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Scala
Mr. Dale R. Sheely Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Sheely Jr.
Mr. James D. Showers
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stamp
John and Barbara Steinhauer
Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Stone
Mr. Timothy M. Thomas
Harvey and Linda Wagner
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wojno
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wooldredge
Mr. John D. Zoilo
Hope Level
$1,000 - $2,499
Anonymous
E. Reginald and Rhea H. Adam Trust
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Allread
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anacki
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Arnold
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Arthur
Ms. Lisa A. Aurilio
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Bair
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Ballway
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Barber
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Benson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Berk
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Berry
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bigelow
Lori and Michael Bird
Dr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Boeckman
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Bouffard
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bowen
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brideweser
Mr. and Mrs. Adam A. Briggs
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Briggs
Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Broich
Mrs. Jo Brookhart
Mr. Richard Burky II
Mr. Terry L. Burman and
Dr. Bonnie Burman
Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Burnstine
Mr. John J. Cafaro
Mr. Daniel J. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Campbell
Ms. Anita E. Capuano*
Mrs. Linda K. Carr
Mr. Sidney S. Carver*
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Chase
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Chenoweth
Mr. and Mrs. Fredric P. Chopko
Mark and Cathy Clark
Mr. Timothy Colledge
Mr. and Mrs. David Comunale
Mr. Alex and Dr. Michelle Constable
Dr. Stavros and Dr. Georgette
Constantinou
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Contrera
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Cook
Dr. Linda J. Cooper and
Mr. Rodney Lamberson
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Corbett
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Costigan Jr.
Dr. Jeffrey P. Courson and
Dr. Sladjana Courson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Covert
Mrs. Dorothy A. Cowling
Mr. and Mrs. Colin D. Crites
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daniels
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Daverio Jr.
Mrs. Paul David
Drs. Lisa and Carl Dietrich
Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. DiLuciano
Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Domer
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Dormo
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dorsett
Dr. John C. Duby and Dr. Sara F.
Guerrero-Duby
Mr. and Mrs. James Durr
Ms. Tiffany A. Edwards
Beth and Ham Amer
Mr. and Mrs. Shawn R. Filipowicz
Ms. Victoria Filo
Mr. and Mrs. Terrence S. Finn
Mrs. Diane C. Fisher
Dr. Minas Floros, DC
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Foltz
Dr. Sarah E. Friebert
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Gabel
Ms. Nancy X. Gartner
Karen Y. Geiger
Mrs. Charlotte C. Gelhaar
Lin and Jim Gentile
John and Lois Gerstenmaier
Mrs. Susan Grabowski
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Grigg
Mr. and Mrs.* John A. Haag
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Hale
Ms. Joyce K. Hamaker
Mr. Anthony and Mrs. Laura Jo Hawk
Ms. Lea Heidman
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Hershberger
Mr. and Mrs. Willard T. Holland
Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn W. Hollander
Mrs. Virginia Y. Holshuh
Adam and Pam Holtz
Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Hower
Ms. Sharon Hrina
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jancsy
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jones
Mr. Gregory Jones II
Ms. Gretchen Corp Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. Santosh Kanakkanatt
Dr. Ravi M. Karnani
Donald and Estelle Kaufman
Mrs. Katherine C. Kennedy
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Kimberly
Mr. Greg Kirsch
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Klingensmith
Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Koblenzer Jr.
Dr. Joseph Koenig and Dr. Teresa J. Koenig
Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus W. Kurczynski
Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. LaMancusa
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Lariccia
Dr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Lee
Ms. Tricia Lenhart
Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Levin
Mr. and Mrs. Erik Lindstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Littman
Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Locastro
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Lynn
Scott and Linda Lyons
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Mahoney III
Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Maibach
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Malone
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marchetta
Roberta and Stan Marks
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Marsh
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Martello Jr.
Dr. Gilda I. Mateo
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mather Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Dean J. Mayors
Greg and Jackie McDermott
Ms. Jane E. McGonegal
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. McMahon
Mr. and Mrs. Greg K. McMains
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Menegay Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Marco M. Meyo
Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Mier
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Moran
Mr. Caleb Munholand
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Nackes
Dr. George R. Newkome and
Dr. MJ Saunders
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. O’Brien
Ms. Michelle L. O’Brien
Dr. Nancy O’Dell
Dr. and Mrs. Richard N. O’Desky
Mark and Tina Oelschlager
Dr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Omlor
Howard and Margaret Palmer
Mrs. Janise B. Parry
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Parry
Judy and Phil Pedrotty
Karen and Anthony Pendolino
Guy and Renee Pipitone
Marvin S. Platt, MD
Mr. and Mrs.* Jacob Pollock
Mr. and Mrs. James Porter
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Powell
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel N. Pupino
Dr. Joseph P. Hanna and
Dr. Maria L. Ramundo
Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Reed III
Mrs. Kara A. Reigle
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Ritter
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rosner
Dr. Elena Rossi and Mr. Donald A. Somers
Attorney and Mrs. Daniel L. Rossi Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Ross
Dr. and Mrs. Ayman A. Saleh
Dr. and Mrs. John N. Santin
George and Diane Sarkis
Mary Alice Beeghly Schaff*
Mr. and Mrs. Preston R. Seely
Mr. Paul Seifert and Dr. Patricia Seifert
Ms. Jessica Shamp
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shannon
Mr. and Mrs. Jason R. Silver
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Silver
Mrs. Betsy A. Silver
Eric Singer, M.D. and Andrea Sperduto, MD
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Slosberg
Grace L. Smith, MD
Mr. David K. Smith
Mrs. Susan DiCosimo and
Mr. Michael Snyder
Mrs. Edith Son*
Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Steinkerchner
JoAnn and Martin Stock
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stoerkel
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Mr. Robert V. Sylvester
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Thomas
Linda and William Thomas
Mr. John and Dr. Mary Toth
Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Trainer
Dr. R. P. Vande Kappelle, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Vastagh
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Venner
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio S. Viscomi
Dr. and Mrs. John H. Vollman
Mr. Keith Kennedy
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Watson
Dr. Heidi Watters
Mr. and Mrs. Cullen M. Waugh
Dr. and Mrs. White
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew White
Judge James R. Williams (Retired)
Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Winchell
Mr. Don Winchell
Mr. and Mrs. John Wysmierski
Dr. and Mrs. Zouhair C. Yassine
Dr. and Mrs. David Yeropoli
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney E. Zetzer
CORPORATE PARTNERS
$500,000 and above
J.M. Smucker Co.
$150,000 - $499,999
Kohl’s Department Stores
$25,000 - $149,999
FirstMerit Corp.
GOJO Industries Inc.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
$10,000 - $24,999
AVI Food Systems
Chevy All Stars of the Mahoning and
Shenango Valleys
Eat ‘n Park Hospitality Group
Greek Orthodox Philoptochos Society
KeyBank
Pediatrix Medical Group
Polymer Valley Chemicals & Minerals Inc.
Unilock Ohio Inc.
$5,000 - $9,999
Akrochem Corp.
Babcock & Wilcox
Castek Aluminum Inc.
Charles Schwab Corp.
Kenmore Construction Co. Inc.
Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC
PNC Bank
Superior Beverage Group
$2,500 - $4,999
EPIC Systems Corp.
Live Nation Worldwide
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Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Pronio Sports
Roetzel & Andress
Seitzinger Financial Group Inc
Therm-Equip Inc.
Weathertite Windows
FOUNDATIONS
Cure Level
$100,000 and above
Haslinger Family Foundation
SJK Foundation
Northern Ohio Golf Charities
Foundation
Heal Level
$25,000 and above
Doris and Floyd Kimble Foundation
Hine Memorial Fund of The Youngstown
Foundation
Howard Atwood Family Fund of Akron
Community Foundation
Lehner Family Foundation
Margaret Clark Morgan Foundation
Mary and Louis S. Myers Foundation
Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation
OMNOVA Solutions Foundation
Sutowski Foundation
Timken Foundation of Canton
Youngstown Foundation
Macy’s Foundation
Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Hope Level
$1,000 - $2,499
Ada & Helen Rank Foundation
Bonne Bell Family Foundation
Charles E. & Mabel M. Ritchie
Memorial Foundation
DJ Family Foundation
Edwin J. and Mildred V. Thomas
Charitable Fund
FirstEnergy Corp.
Glenn R. and Alice V. Boggess Foundation
Laura R. and Lucian Q. Moffitt
Foundation
Lisle M. Buckingham Endowment Fund
of the Akron Community Foundation
Lloyd L. & Louise K. Smith
Memorial Foundation
Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation Inc.
National Childhood Cancer Foundation
Patricia and J. Harvey Graves
Family Foundation
Sam’s Club Foundation
W. Paul and Thora J. Mills
Memorial Foundation
Warren P. Williamson Jr. Fund
Wilbert Foundation
Create Level
COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS &
EVENTS
$10,000 - $24,999
Cure Level
Akron Community Foundation
Diller-Shively Foundation
J. Ford Crandall Memorial Foundation
John McAlonan Fund of the Akron
Community Foundation
Lance Armstrong Foundation
Tuscora Park Health & Wellness
Foundation
Walter Henry Freygang Foundation
Welty Family Foundation
Promise Level
$5,000 - $9,999
Allstate Foundation
Jewish Community Center of Akron
Lubrizol Foundation
Milton James Foundation
Plain Township Firefighters/Paramedics
Richard M. and Yvonne Hamlin, Sr.
Foundation
Ronald McDonald House Charities of
Mahoning Valley and Western PA
Walmart Foundation
Protect Level
$2,500 - $4,999
Charles Schwab Corp. Foundation
Dominion Foundation
Harry K. Fox and Emma R. Fox
Charitable Foundation
$100,000 and above
An Evening of Wine & Wishes
“Have a Heart, Do Your Part” Radiothon
Holiday Tree Festival
“Miracles and Promises” Radiothon and
ClearChannel Youngstown
Women’s Board of Akron Children’s
Hospital
Heal Level
$25,000 - $99,999
Covelli Enterprises - Operation
Dough-Nation and Bagels for Babies
Fragile X Alliance of Ohio
Friends of Children’s Hospital
Great Rinky Dink Extreme Putt Putt
Challenge
Handel’s Ice Cream – Koins for Kids
Campaign
Harness Race Rally
LOPen Celebrity Golf Outing
United Way of Summit County
Walk for Babies
Create Level
$10,000 - $24,999
Anonymous
Akron Children’s Hospital Emergency
Department Physicians
Akron Children’s Hospital Employee
Foundation Council
Children’s Cheer Classic
Courage for Carina 5K run, 1 mile walk
and Wine Tasting
FCLC Strides for Autism
Howard Hanna Chow Chow events
Hy-Ko Products Golf Outing
Kids’ Crew of Akron Children’s Hospital
Mahoning Valley
McKenzie Rose Garretson
Scholarship Fund
Noah’s Hope
Ohio Fire Safety Coalition
Burn Invitational
Pediatrix Medical Group of Ohio
Rogues Investment Club
Taste of Hudson
Promise Level
$5,000 - $9,999
American Nurses Credentialing
Barberton Giant Eagle Golf Outing
Delta Phi Chapter Phi Mu Fraternity
Diamond Classic for Kids
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Foresters – Canton Branch 1093
Giant Eagle Cookie Card Program
James Evans Memorial Classic
Jayani’s Army
Links for Life
Mike Pruitt Honda Golf Outing
National Hamburger Festival
Project Ed Bear Inc.
Riley Strong Golf Outing
Ronald McDonald House of Youngstown
Summit County Medical Alliance
Physicians Spouses
United Way of Allegheny County
Hope Level
$1,000 - $2,499
Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning
Valley “Market for Kids”
Aut Mori Grotto Humanitarian Fund
Aventis Construction LLC
Believers Christian Fellowship
Boardman Local School District –
Koins for Kids
Christie Campaign – Canfield Schools
Canfield Local School District –
Koins for Kids
Chun Ma Board Break
Comprehensive Pain Management
Specialist
Cuyahoga Falls Akron Barberton
Elk’s Lodge No. 1923
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Eye Care Associates
Firestone Swim Marathon
Fresh Mark Civic Fund
Goddard School
Gorant Chocolatier
Green Fire Department
Grove City Chevrolet Buick
Hair Galleria – Prince and Princess
of New Middletown
Jackson Tri-M Pancake Breakfast
JAC Make Every Moment Count
Benefit Walk
Keep your Head in the Game
LifeSkills of Trumbull County
Lordstown Elementary School –
Koins for Kids
March of Dimes
Mogadore VFW
NEOMED
North Canton Fire Department
The Ohio State University
Quaker Steak and Lube
Smiles for Life – Dr. Joseph Marcius
Smiles for Life – Dr. Robert E. Smith
Spitzer Autoworld of Lordstown
Sweeney Buick GMC Truck & Chevrolet
Taylor Kia
Team Trane Towpath Marathon Team
UAW #1112 and UAW#1714 –
GM Lordstown Complex
United Way of West Cental Connecticut Inc
V&M Star
Western Reserve Prosthetics
Woman’s Board of Youngstown
Women’s Auxiliary of Youngstown
Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters
Donna Swain
Volunteer,
Akron Children’s
Hospital
Protect Level
$2,500 - $4,999
Akron Chapter Hadassah
Akron Photo Series
Black River Education Center
Bunny Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt
Cali for Kids
Church of the Lakes United Methodist
Fairlawn Professional Firefighters
Firefighters’ Chili Challenge
Hilltop Elementary School – Koins for Kids
Just Got to Dance Club – Dance for Babies
M & M Golf Classic
Phi Gamma Delta Dodgeball and 5K run
Piano-a-thon
Mychal Clayton Sickle Cell
Awareness Walk
Otto Orf Celebrity Golf Classic
AKRON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
35
Activities &
Financials
Top 5 Reasons
for Emergency
Room Visits
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
36
Fever
Leg/foot injury
Cough
Vomiting
Abdominal pain
AKRON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
Akron Children’s Hospital
Pediatrics Primary Care Visits
Children’s Home Care
Group Visits
Children’s Home Care
Group Hours
Critical Care Transport
Total
Ground Transports
Air Transports
Ask Children’s™ Calls answered
243,488
3,353
AKRON CHILDREN’S
HOSPITAL
BY THE NUMBERS
Inpatient Admissions
8,756
Surgical Patients
2,541
Outpatient visits
604,357
Inpatient and
Outpatient Surgeries
14,237
(Akron and Mahoning Valley)
127,981
1,943
1,407
536
105,383
Emergency Department
Visits Total
Akron Campus
Children’s at Hudson
Beeghly Campus
Akron Children’s - Montrose
Lucas Perks
Sharon, PA
89,208
56,732
6,777
20,256
5,443
GROSS PERCENT
PAT I E N T S E RV I C E R E V E N U E
$782,548*
Self Pay
3.2%
Other
Government
1.9%
Medicare
1.6%
Medicaid
45.9%
Commercial
47.4%
N E T P E R C E N T R E V E N U E C O N S O L I D AT E D
$478,683*
COMMUNITY IMPACT
Community benefit to
Northeast Ohio
Other Income
8.1%
Net Assets Released
Employees
0.6%
Medical Staff
Contributions
1.1%
Taxes paid by our employees
$75.9 million
4,127
738
$53 million
Advocacy, outreach and
education programs More than 100
School health clinic visits
Net Patient
Services Revenue
Pediatric primary care offices
90.2%
Total locations
Number of counties served
296,410
17
More than 80
27
(in northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania)
Pediatric subspecialty
fellowship programs
T O TA L E X P E N S E S
$453,031*
Volunteers
Insurance
2.0%
Volunteers Hours
11
1,591
112,464
Depreciation
& Interest
8.2%
Bad Debt
Supplies &
Services
27.8%
1.6%
Wages &
Benefits
60.4%
*in thousands
AKRON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
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