envisionRUSH News for Donors and Friends of Rush University Medical Center S P R I N G 2 014 Closing Chicago’s Health Care Gap PAG E 1 Support for New Simulation Center Personalizing Cancer Care Will Set Rush Apart PAG E 5 PAG E 3 Closing Chicago’s (Left to right) Cheryl Lulias, president and executive director of the Medical Home Network; Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel; Cheryl Hyman, chancellor of City Colleges of Chicago; Larry Goodman, MD, CEO of Rush University Medical Health Care Gap Center; and Bill Downe, president and CEO of BMO Financial Group and a L E A D E R S H I P M E S S AG E trustee of Rush University Medical Center, at Rush’s Rush, like so many of Chicago’s long-standing institutional citizens, owes much of its existence to generous friends who were determined to establish health care services worthy of a great city. From the city’s earliest families to today’s generous donors like BMO Harris Bank (see page 1), Chicago thrives on the generosity of its own. This issue of Envision Rush celebrates some of the ways that your support strengthens our community. To all those who donate their time and their funds to help Rush make Chicago a healthier place to live and work, I offer my sincere gratitude. Together, we’re making a difference. DIANE McKEEVER Senior Vice President, Philanthropy envisionRUSH Diane McKeever Ruthie Kott Envision Rush is a publication of the Office of Senior Vice President, Philanthropy Contributing Writer For many people in the Chicago area, it is hard to access health care education; and the Medical Home Network, which Philanthropy at Rush University Medical Center. Lisa Aaronson Tiffany Manning the medical care they need, resulting in delayed treatment or provides comprehensive primary care for Medicaid patients and Executive Director, Donor Relations Graphic Design For more information on giving to Rush, please unnecessary and costly trips to emergency rooms. Multiple allows primary care providers, community-based clinics and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312) 942-6830. Sarah Mickle Kevin Horan, Joshua Sears Photography health care providers often treat the same patient with little or hospitals to share health information. Associate Director, Development Communications and the Rush Photo Group www.rush.edu/giving Contributing Photographers no communication. Fragmented care and duplicated services decrease the quality of care patients receive, while increasing “We commend [Rush CEO] Larry Goodman, MD; the team at TO UNSUBSCRIBE: If you wish to be removed from health care costs. A $5 million donation from BMO Harris Bank Rush; and their partners for creating such a compelling our fundraising mailing list, please contact Rush’s Office initiative. The issues of health, education, medical services and of Philanthropy by email at email@example.com, by phone is helping Rush to break this expensive, inefficient cycle. at (312) 942-6830 or by mail at Office of Philanthropy, poverty are all key elements of BMO’s community efforts and 1700 W. Van Buren St., Suite 250, Chicago, IL 60612. PLEASE NOTE: All physicians featured in this publication are on the medical staff of Rush University Medical Center. Some of the physicians are in private practice and, as independent practitioners, are not employees or Funding from BMO Harris Bank will set in motion new, areas where we know we can make a difference,” said Bill ©2014 Rush University Medical Center agents of Rush University Medical Center. sustainable models of health care delivery to bolster care for Downe, president and CEO of BMO Financial Group. “We are people in underserved communities on Chicago’s West and especially pleased that this initiative will at the same time improve South sides. It also will develop educational curricula to train health care and create valuable jobs in the Chicago communities Editor’s Update a new health care workforce, targeting health professionals that most need them.” Open as of Feb. 21, the Road Home Program: The Center for Veterans and their Families at Rush, which was featured in our Spring 2013 like community health workers and care coordinators. issue, is the first effort by a Chicago academic medical center to provide comprehensive, on-site care, navigation and supportive counseling This initiative represents a unique partnership between public services for local veterans and military families suffering from the invisible wounds of war, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Historically, BMO Harris Bank has invested in programs to and private institutions combating health and education and traumatic brain injury (TBI). It will operate in a spirit of collaboration, connecting clients to social services, education and vocational eliminate disparities in education and health care. They continue disparities. Together, community-based care providers, programming via local organizations. Rush’s center will complement the many other important psychiatric and outreach services to that commitment with this initiative, which strengthens and community hospitals, an academic medical center and a veterans already offered by local Veterans Administration medical centers Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital; Jesse Brown VA Medical Center; accelerates existing collaboration among Rush; City Colleges of community college all work toward shared goals of improving and Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center. Chicago and Malcolm X College, the City Colleges’ hub for education, patient care and, ultimately, community health. www.rush.edu/giving 1 Support for New Simulation Center Will Set Rush Apart CARING FOR OUR Most Vulnerable S imulation training saves lives. As students and health others to view, and later participants can review and analyze care providers learn to refine their communication, their performances through a structured debriefing process. master new techniques, improve procedures and streamline emergency response, this training greatly In addition to practice with patient simulators that display enhances patient safety. And a planned new Rush University lifelike responses to treatment and external stimuli, the new Q&A With Robert E. Kimura, MD, Director of Neonatology Simulation Center will allow Rush to offer even more of this center will incorporate a wet laboratory, where trainees can critical instruction. practice skills like central line insertions or surgical stitches This spring Rush opens a 65,000-square-foot Rush Family using cadaveric body parts. Another program will allow Birth Center, dedicated to the care of newborns and their With the 2003 opening of the Rush University Simulation students and staff to work with live actors posing as mothers. The new center includes labor and delivery rooms, Laboratory, Rush was an early leader in simulation training. patients and family members, strengthening diagnostic a mother-baby unit and the Renée Schine Crown Neonatal Now Rush’s new 15,000-square-foot simulation center will and communication skills. Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Thanks to a naming gift from increase access to high-quality clinical training — more than tripling the number of people who can be trained at any According to the center’s Co-director Michelle Sergel, MD, Crown Family Philanthropies and major gifts from Northern one time. the range of training opportunities that will set Rush’s center Trust Corporation and the McCormick Family Foundation, the apart will also exemplify the commitment to quality of care new NICU will be a place where at-risk babies can be cared Scheduled for completion later this year, seven new training and patient safety for which Rush is known. for quickly and carefully with the most advanced technology. environments will simulate real-world patient care settings Robert E. Kimura, MD, speaks about the features of the new “Simulation is a safe place to make mistakes,” Sergel said. “It’s where students from across programs of study and NICU, which will be housed in the Tower. where we practice unfamiliar techniques and new procedures, multidisciplinary teams of caregivers — including physicians, nurses, physician assistants and other allied health address our inefficiencies and learn from our errors, so that by professionals — can train together. Training sessions will be the time a team treats your loved one, they know exactly how digitally recorded and projected to an adjoining classroom for to get it right.” R U S H FA M I LY B I R T H C E N T E R FA S T FAC T S What makes Rush’s new NICU distinctive? We will have advanced equipment and highly skilled doctors, nurses and staff single obstetric triage rooms where for those babies who need us, whether it’s right after birth or when the babies 5 pregnant women are assessed to determine the appropriate next steps have a critical event. We will have doctors here 24/7 and X-ray and ultrasound machines — all inside the NICU. We will also have a pioneering communication system that allows us to keep an eye on our patients around the clock. We were able to design this whole unit with these things in mind: the patient flows, how Rush depends on philanthropic support to 10 individual birthing suites we take care of patients, who will be available if a crisis happens. Single rooms are another key feature of the new NICU. Why did you make this vision a reality. In addition to early gifts from the Golden Lamp Society and the 3 choose to accommodate families in single rooms? Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Nurses Alumni operating rooms for procedures such as C-sections First and foremost, those babies will be isolated from infection. Just by having babies in their own room, infection rates have been shown in many studies to Association, The Sheba Foundation has decrease. The second most important thing is that the parents will be able to supported the center with a $1 million gift 5 bond with their baby privately. It’s really difficult to do that when you’re sharing single recovery rooms a room with five other families. and a $1 million challenge grant. Why was it important for the NICU to be designed in an open space on The foundation will match, dollar for dollar, the same floor as labor and delivery and the mother baby unit? 34 mother-baby single rooms Babies at Rush will move less often than babies at any other place I can think of: only once. Every time you move a baby there’s a risk. Since the NICU is so close every gift the simulation center receives, up to $1 million. to the delivery areas, a team of clinicians with appropriate equipment will be right there, just seconds after birth. They don’t have to go through an elevator; they 55 single NICU rooms don’t have to run through different buildings. The open floor plan ensures that, in the first five to 20 minutes of life — the most critical time for newborns — we You may make a gift online at http://rush.convio.net/simcenter. can give high-quality care at the time they need it most. Read more from our interview with Robert E. Kimura, MD, at www.rush.edu/envision. 2 envisionRUSH www.rush.edu/giving 3 Rush Shows Gratitude to Loyal Donors Principal investigator Andrew Zloza, MD, PhD, uses a novel model to determine the best possible course of treatment for each individual patient. The Anchor Cross Society, Rush’s leadership annual giving society, recognizes individuals and families who support Rush’s people and programs through annual gifts of $1,000 or more. In appreciation, the Anchor Cross Society recognizes its more than 600 members within five distinct giving levels: Chairman’s Circle ($25,000+), Emerging Research Personalizing CANCER CARE Visionary ($10,000 - $24,999), Innovator ($5,000 - $9,999), Partner ($2,500 - $4,999) and Friend ($1,000 - $2,499). All Anchor Cross Society members receive the following privileges: • Listing in Rush’s annual fiscal year Honor Roll (July 1 - June 30) • Invitations to Rush Rounds educational receptions • Envision Rush donor newsletter Additional programs and services, such as special communications and invitation to the Anchor Cross Society Annual Dinner, recognize donors who give at increasing levels of membership. For more information, contact Alex Kwak at All Benjamin Rush Society members and those Golden Lamp Society members (312) 942-6112 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. who give at the $1,000 level or above are additionally recognized through Anchor Cross Society membership. Learn more at www.rush.edu/acs. S T E WA R D S H I P S P O T L I G H T W “[This approach] defies common “As a longtime patient of hat if your doctor could predict how your specific immune system will respond to treatment and Dr. Marshall Goldin, I can tell make adjustments accordingly, before care has scientific practice,” Zloza said. “We you that he is smart, personable even begun? Research being done at Rush may lead to and totally dedicated to the just that. have worked very hard ... in our medical profession. With the Andrew Zloza, MD, PhD, and other researchers at Rush are endeavors at Rush to make this establishment of the Marshall conducting studies that might lead to personalized medical care — treatment that is finely tuned to patients’ individual level of coordination possible.” Goldin, MD - Abt Family Endowed immune systems and genetic profiles — for patients battling Scholarship, deserving and all types of cancer. “While this may seem simple, it defies common scientific practice and, in many instances, requires a level of coordination dedicated Rush Medical College With a novel mouse model, researchers use blood cells from an between basic scientists and clinicians that is difficult to students will one day be able to individual patient to “humanize” the mouse, or give it a human achieve,” said Zloza, who works closely with clinicians to obtain help people in all walks of life who immune system. Then they transplant the patient’s diseased patient participation and blood and tissue samples needed for tissue (for example, a melanoma tumor) into the mouse that come to Rush seeking treatment. the study. “We have worked hard and been very lucky in our received that patient’s immune system. endeavors at Rush to make this level of coordination possible.” With these students’ knowledge Now able to make small replicas of each patient’s immune and training, medicine will Marshall Goldin, MD - Abt Family response and disease process, physicians can see how a With research spanning many types of cancer, Zloza is also investigating a potential link between the body’s immune continue to move forward particular patient’s disease may progress and proactively evaluate and advance.” Endowed Scholarship various therapies to maximize treatment outcomes and reduce response to viruses and immune response to cancer. His work, including a planned expansion into pancreatic cancer possible adverse reactions. research, has received funding from Bears Care, the Charles J. BOB ABT Student recipients of the Marshall Goldin, MD - Abt Family Endowed Scholarship The research is currently limited to melanoma and breast and Margaret Roberts Trust, the Massey family, the Segal G rate ful p at i e nt of (left to right) Kit Yuen, Meagan Wettengel, Melissa Sifuentes and Bryce Austell with Marshall Goldin, MD (center) cancer patients, but because of the research team’s successful Family Foundation and the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research M a r sha ll D. G o l d in, M D collaboration with clinicians at Rush, Zloza believes the model Fund, which includes generous support from the Gavers could be readily applied to any number of cancers. Community Cancer Foundation. 4 envisionRUSH www.rush.edu/giving 5 Fiscal Year 2013 Honor Roll The following is a partial list of the individuals and organizations who made gifts to Rush between July 1, 2012, and Dr. Karen B. Weinstein and Mr. and Mrs. William T. Huffman W. David Weiner Dr. and Mrs. John Q. Cook Mr. Stewart A. Kessler Mrs. Peter Husting A. James Weitzenfeld Memorial Chandice Covington, PhD, PNP-BC, June 30, 2013. We are extremely grateful to the many individuals, families, corporations, foundations and organizations The Whisper Memorial Foundation Justin R. Ishbia Foundation FAAN who made gifts during this time and wish that space permitted a complete listing of our generous friends. Diane Jacobson and Bruce Nesbitt Mr.* and Mrs. H. Blair White C. M. Cribaro $5,000 – $9,999 Dr. and Mrs. Shriram M. Jakate Mary and John Willis Michael E. Cucka, MD Anonymous (6) Kasper Jakobsen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Wislow Ethan H. Daniels, MD Every effort has been made to maintain accurate records. If your name is listed incorrectly or omitted, we apologize Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Janus Lorraine R. Wolfe (Mrs. James R.) Maria and Constantine Danos and kindly ask that you call the Office of Philanthropy at (312) 942-6830 to report the error so that we may correct The Allyn Foundation, Inc. Carlene and John Jones Keye Wong, MD Dr. Harold E. Davis it in the future. Thank you. Howard S. An, MD Craig D. Jones Robert W. Wysocki, MD Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Gunnar B.J. Andersson Mr. and Mrs. Nilanj Joshi Diane Dean Jean H. Babson Mr. and Mrs. James Kamienski $2,000 – $4,999 Ann and Tom Dedert Hooman Bahmandeji Mr. and Mrs. Kip Kirkpatrick Anonymous (3) Susan DeGregorio Dr. and Mrs. Alton W. Baker Larry F. Kluskens, MD Roxanne and Ross Abrams Joan DePree I N D I V I D UA L S A N D FA M I L I ES Mr. and Mrs. Norton Shapiro Beatrice C. Mayer Curt M. Struebin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ballantine Kristin and Bruce Koepfgen Reginald “Hats” Adams James W. DeYoung Jr. Daniel B. and Louise Shipman Trust Chauncey and Marion D. McCormick Mrs. Arnold Horween Jr. Modestus Bauer Foundation John Lawrence Joseph M. Albian Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Deziel The following individuals, families, Sirius - Ginny and Peter Foreman Family Foundation Marek J. Hosek Stephanie Holscher Bear Lawrence W. Lazarus, MD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Alexander Jessica Diamond and family foundations and trusts made Paul Slavik The McGrath Abrams Family James Huntington Foundation Robert L. Behling Dr. and Mrs. Simon Lee Amjad Ali, MD Dr. Gary L. Schaer gifts of $2,000 or more during Bertha Spaeti Smith Trust Foundation Keith W. Jaffee Barbara Beré Mr. and Mrs. M. James Leider Helen* and Mark Alison Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dick FY2013. This list includes FY2013 Mr.* and Mrs. David B. Speer James S. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jaffee Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Berg Mr. and Mrs. Aylwin B. Lewis Lori J. Allen Margaret M. Dickerson, DO, and members of both the Anchor Cross Mrs. Ormand J. Wade Helene and Wayne Moore Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jaffee Mrs. Chandler Bigelow III Mrs. William F. Lewis Bruce R. Alper Robert M. Fliegelman, DO Society — the leadership annual Abby O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Dr. and Mrs. Pincas Bitterman Pamela Forbes Lieberman Pamela L. J. Altman, MS, RN, and Diggs Trusts giving society for Rush University $50,000 – $99,999 Thomas S. Postek Mr. and Mrs. Silas Keehn Mary Jo and John Boler Johnny L. Lin, MD Jeffrey S. Altman, MD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Donahoe Medical Center — and the Benjamin Albertas and Elena Adomenas Trust Mr. and Mrs. Stephen N. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Kost The Bransfield Family Dr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Loew Dr. Mary Anderson and Patty and Alex Doolas Rush Society — the giving society for Buchanan Family Foundation Mitchell B. Robbins Dr. Anthony M. and Mrs. Peggy Kotin Mr. and Mrs. John A. Buck Scott D. MacDonald Mr. David Scheftel Gary R. Dorn Rush Medical College. For FY2014, Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Buntrock Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Ryan Helen and Bernard Kozloff Family Sallie Bulley Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Mancillas Susan J. Anderson-Nelson, MD Kenneth Douglas Foundation the giving levels for both societies Dick Burridge Sylvio Sciarretta Trust Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bush-Joseph Nina and Bob Mariano Kathleen Gainor Andreoli, DSN, RN, Rebecca A. Dowling, PhD, RD have changed. (See “Rush Shows Mr. and Mrs. E. David Coolidge III Louise B. Scott Trust Brett R. Levine, MD Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. B. Bynoe Justin R. Marku FAAN Sally Draper Gratitude” on page 4.) Next year, our Elizabeth and Alverin Cornell Mrs. John I. Shaw Francine Manilow Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Callen Mr. and Mrs. William B. McIlvaine Irene D. Antoniou Richard Dube FY2014 honor roll will reflect these Mr. and Mrs. James W. DeYoung Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Shaw Andrew J. McKenna Rosalind D. Cartwright, PhD Bill McIntosh William D. Arenberg Mr. and Mrs. Bruce N. Duff new levels, recognizing all those Clint Eastwood William W. Shaw Carlette McMullan and John Gibbons Frances and Brendan Casey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Jr. Mr.* and Mrs. David R. Asplund Eileen Dwyer and Dr. Elliott Kroger who’ve made annual gifts of $1,000 Michelle and Larry Goodman Craig D. Silverton, DO Richard E. Melcher, MD, FAAFP Dolores G. Clement, PhD Mr. and Mrs. J. Ron Moore The Bagri Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Eisenberg or more. We are grateful to all. Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Goodman Harold Byron Smith Mr. and Mrs. Avery S. Miller Melody A. Cobleigh, MD Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Morrison Dr. and Mrs. Robert Balk Nadyne and Bruce Elegant Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hall Dusan Stefoski, MD Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Miller Mark S. Cohen, MD Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Muchin Jeanne N. Ball Dean A. Elias, MD $100,000+ Marguerite DeLany Hark Yolanda Stemer and Mr. and Mrs. Todd D. Mitchell John J. Cull* Mrs. Stephen V. Barreca Marita D. Murray William P. Elzer Anonymous Drs. Olga and Anthony Ivankovich Alexander Stemer, MD Mrs. Arthur H. Morrison Bonnie and Michael Deger Rajneesh Behal, MD Mrs. George V. Myers Randy J. Epstein, MD Abt Family Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keller Julie F. and Michael Tracy Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Myers Christopher J. DeWald, MD Martin H. Nesbitt Francis Beidler Foundation Mary and Frank Erlain Lolita Sheldon Armour Trust Angela Lustig and Dale Taylor Susan and Bob Wislow Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Nagle The Dick Family Foundation Dory Newell and Ernest D. Semersky Susan Berman Ivette Estrada Alvin H. Baum Family Fund Holly and John Madigan Mrs. George B. Young Maria and Anthony Nasharr Dr. Catherine Dimou and Michael F. O’Brien Joseph P. Bernardini, MD Jeanne Boxer Ettelson The Boler Family Foundation Mary Lou Bell McGrew Trust David Neithercut Mr. Graham Bell Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. O’Connor Drs. Armita Bijari and Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Evans Norman Braman Viola H. Morton Trust $10,000 – $24,999 Nevins Partners, LLC Francesca Edwardson Richard W. Byrne R. Joseph Olk, MD Dr. and Mrs. L. Penfield Faber The Carylon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Proops Anonymous (5) Shane Jay Nho, MD Peter W. England Karin and Karl Palasz Mrs. Bowen Blair Valentina Famparska Julius L. Hemmelstein Doris Robbins The Benjamin Baldwin Family Gregory P. Nicholson, MD John J. Fernandez, MD Paula and Michael Perlstein Phyllis C. Bleck, MD Mr. and Mrs. W. James Farrell Marcie Hemmelstein and Beverly Rossman, PhD, RN Richard A. Berger, MD Mrs. Donald E. Nordlund Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Diane and Perry Pero Stephena Romanoff Boggess Burton Field David Drew Barbara and Jakob Rukel Matt Bergmann Mr. and Mrs.* John J. Nowicki Mr. Byron L. Fisher* Joyce A. Phipps-Nutt and Christine and Matthew Boler Drs. Alison Finnegan and The Robert and Terri Cohn Family Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sabl Harry S. Black and Allon Fuller Fund William F. O’Connor Foundation Mrs. Malachi J. Flanagan Robert B. Nutt Jan and Frank Bomher Richard Dennis Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Searle Mrs. Edward A. Brennan Wayne Paprosky, MD Brian Forsythe, MD Kate Protextor and Bill Drekhoff Dr. and Mrs. Philip D. Bonomi Sarah and Terry Finnegan Cole-Crone Family Foundation Daniel M. Shapiro Jessie and Peter Butler Anthony Pasquinelli Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Freidheim Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Rahe Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Borre Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fiore The Crown Family Randy and Nathan Shapiro Timothy G. Carroll Sheila Penrose and Ernest Mahaffey Philip Friedmann Tory J. Ramaker Antoinette Bracco Bridget Flanagan Susan Crown and William Kunkler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Supera Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carton Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Pirovano Mr. and Mrs. William J. Friend Dr. Vijaya and Mr. Jagan Lynne T. Braun, PhD, RN, CNP, and Carol and Richard Fleisher Mr. and Mrs. Larry Field Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Templer Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Press Mr. and Mrs. Matt Garrison Mohan B. Reddy Thomas J. Braun Susan and Kevin* Flynn Robert F. Finke Dr. Kenneth J. Tuman Ann Shattuck Courtenay Mayari Pritzker Dr. and Mrs. Paolo Gattuso Mrs. Bartlett Richards Ryan Braun, MD Mark D. Foreman, PhD, RN, FAAN Jorge O. Galante, MD, DMSc Dr. and Mrs. Nik Verma Craig J. Della Valle, MD Mr. and Mrs. Duane Quaini Dr. and Mrs. Steven Gitelis John W. Rogers Jr. Judith H. Bressler, MD, and Maija Freimanis, MD Sue L. Gin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wymer Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. James T. Reid Dr. and Mrs. Arnold I. Goldberg Mrs. Ward C. Rogers* Peter Weeks, MD Katie and Matt Frekko The Glore Family Fund Mary Hooker Dole Trust Anthony A. Romeo, MD Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Goldberg Edward W. Ross Steven V.L. Brown, MD Laura Friedland and Tom Bleck Karen and William Goodyear $25,000 – $49,999 Mr. and Mrs. David Dreman Dr. and Mrs. Aaron G. Rosenberg Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Lydia and Pat Ryan Robert Buford Glen O. Gabbard, MD The Grainger Foundation Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Duncan Jeanne M. and John W. Rowe Foundation Virginia Kresin Scanlon* Caroline and Michael Burns Rose E. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hagenah III Mr. and Mrs. James Athans Mr. and Mrs. Reed H. Eberly Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sandner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goltermann Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Seyfarth Sharon E. Byrd, MD Linda and Ron Galowich Mr.* and Mrs. Robert L. Heidrick Dr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Bach Jr. Ava W. Farwell Trust Louisa S. Sarofim Mrs. Alvin Goodman Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson IV Pastora San Juan Cafferty* Debbie and Andy Garman Judy and Marvin Herb Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bent Mr. and Mrs. Wade Fetzer III Saxena Family Foundation, Drs. Dershi Roy D. Gottlieb Kern Singh, MD James E. Calvin, MD Philip Garoon and Family Dr. Sameera Hussain and Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner Brown Jamee Field and Amod Saxena Kenneth Graves Stephen B. and Mary S. Smith James R. Cameron, MD Laurie and Cary Glenner Mr. Khurram Hussain Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Fox Edwin F. Schild Charitable Foundation Daniel L. Greiwe Carl W. Stern and Holly Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Campbell Dr.* and Mrs. Gerald Glick Drs. Mary Elizabeth and Consolidated Anti-Aging Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Schrock Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gross Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Stoettner Anne B. Cardwell, MD Robyn L. Golden, MA, LCSW Donald West King Mr. and Mrs. James M. Costello William Gapp Dr. Maureen E. Shekleton and Sandra and Jack Guthman Pam and Russ Strobel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carr Alfred G. Goldstein Barbara Levy Kipper Mr. and Mrs. John V. Crowe Alice Eliza Getty Trust Mr. Gerald T. Shekleton Meryl H. Haber, MD Mr. and Mrs. James Stuart Therese M. Carrabine, RN, MS Lee Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Krehbiel Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall Ellen and Philip Glass Sandra R. Shelley, PhD, RN Blanny A. Hagenah Edward A. Swietek Gerald F. Carter Sylvia G. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Masterson Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. DeCresce Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. John L. Showel Richard E. Haggerty Maria S. and Frank J. Techar James L. Cavanaugh, MD Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gorter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mazzetta Robin and William Downe Drs. Paula M. Grabler and Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Silva, Evans Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Halbower April Teitelbaum, MD Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cavender Evalyn N. Grant, MD, and Stuart A. Miller Christine and Jack Edwards David A. Ansell Food Group Mr.* and Mrs. Burton W. Hales Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Tharp Stacey and Christopher Caywood Clifford Jay Kavinsky, MD, PhD Mr. and Mrs. Evan M. Rayman Jim S. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Randy S. Gross The Siragusa Foundation Joan M. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Thomas Meri E. Chen, MD Stephanie Gregory, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rayman Christina and Ron Gidwitz The Philip W. Hagenah Family Dr. and Mrs. Scott M. Sporer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hines Jim Truettner Mr. and Mrs. Faris F. Chesley Sheldon Chertow The Regenstein Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross Kathryn E. Harper and Stepan Company Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hines Dr. David A. and Bonita C. Turner J. Steve Cole Katherine L. Griem, MD Howard R. Roth Sr.* Mrs. Faye R. and Dr. Joshua J. Jacobs H. John Gilbertson Judith and S. Jay Stewart George B. Holmes Jr., MD Marilou and Henry von Ferstel Marge and Lew Collens Sharyn Lee Gunderson Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rubschlager Veronica and Fred Klewitz Harriet Hausman Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Tribbett III Rory Holscher Denise Walt, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Considine Gina Guzman, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. William A. Schneider Amy and Don Lubin Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Henderson The Vail Family Vicki and Thomas Horwich Foundation Frank M. Phillips, MD Edward W. Conway Eric L. Lenting, MD Carole and Gordon Segal Solomon Manaster Trust Bradley G. Hinrichs and Edward J. Weiner, MD Ron Huberman Kathleen M. Weber, MD Christopher L. Coogan, MD Mirja Haffner 6 envisionRUSH www.rush.edu/giving 7 Julie Haller Linda Lisahapanya Dr. and Mrs. John C. Pottage Mr. and Mrs. Lac Van Tran Swim Across America Society for Cardiovascular Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Harris Helen C. (Gianutsos) Robertson Dr. Lois A. Halstead and Jane Gentry Llewellyn, PhD, RN, Lynda H. Powell, PhD Trent L. Tredway, MD Tornier, Inc. Angiography and Interventions Beverly and Warren Hayford Lisa Rosenberg, PhD, RN Edward G. Halstead NEA-BC Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Prendergast Macie Trufant University Anesthesiologists, SC The Susan F. Lasky Cancer Foundation Mrs. Robert L. Heidrick Elaine H. Rutledge Corwith Hamill* Renée Logan Patricia M. Prentice, MBA, RN Thomas N. Tunnicliff Welcome Back Veterans, an initiative June Elaine Hell, in memory of Karen S. Sable, MD Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hanna Susan and John Lowenberg John R. Raitt Elsa Vaintzettel of the McCormick Foundation and Heinz Josef Hell R U S H H E R I TAG E S O C I E T Y The Hon. Anne O’Laughlin Scott Margaret S. Hart Inez C. Luce Prakash Ramani Mrs. Herbert A. Vance Major League Baseball Frank R. Hendrickson, MD Carole and Gordon Segal Lynn E. Hauser, MD, and Carol Lynch Richard D. Rames, MD Dr. and Mrs. Parameswaran William G. McGowan Charitable The following individuals have notified Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Henikoff Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry Dr. Maureen E. Shekleton and Neil L. Ross, MD David O. MacKenzie Arlene Redmond Venugopal Rush that they have invested in Rush’s Beverly and Warren Hayford Shirley A. Maides-Keane, PhD, and Carolyn J. Reed and Gregory J. Rykse Dr. Annabelle and Mr. Keith Volgman The Woman’s Board of Rush University Alyssa and Jon Herb Mr. Gerald T. Shekleton future through a provision in their Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hayward John T. Keane, MD Mr. and Mrs. John Shedd Reed Mary M. Vondrak and Medical Center Judy and Marvin Herb Alyce K. Sigler will, trust, life income arrangement, Gardner W. Heidrick Jr. and Drs. Parag A. and Sonali P. Majmudar Arin and Eric Reeves Patrick G. Kirk, MD retirement or other estate plan. List Wendy and Thomas Herb Harold B. Smith Joan G. Heidrick Foundation Mary P. Malone Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Reighard Babs H. Waldman, MD $50,000 – $99,999 is as of January 2014. June Heyer Anne M. Sobota and Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Henikoff Malott Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Reyes Amy L. Wall Anonymous (2) Miriam Hoover Michael F. O’Malley John F. Hibbeln, MD Mr. and Mrs. Kyriakos A. Mamidakis Judith C. Rice Edward J. Ward, MD A.G. Cox Charity Trust Anonymous (3) Marcia J. Huna-Calandra Edgar D. Staren, MD, PhD Mr. and Mrs. John W. Higgins Mary Louise and Marcial R. Mancillas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Richards Mrs. Hempstead D. Washburne Jr. Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr. J. Taylor Hurst Mary and Jim Staros Ziyad M. Hijazi, MD, MPH Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. March Grace Roberti Foundation Dr. Cathleen M. Watt and Foundation Mrs. L. W. Alberts Mr. and Mrs. James J. Jacisin Sr. Bank of America Illinois Gary Steinberg Gary W. Hill Christina M. Marciniak, MD, and Missy Cook Romanoff Dr. Joel B. Spear Gary F. Alder, DDS Helen Roedl Jacobsen David W. Hines Jr., MD Michael D. Brown, MD The Rosenson Family Foundation BrightFocus Foundation Shirley and Dick Jaffee Madelyn A. Stella Ernest P. Waud III Gay Luhrs Allen Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Hoeksema Rosemary Bone Mason and Laura and James Roth Judith K. Weik and The Brinson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Mr. and Mrs. S. Jay Stewart Marilynn Alsdorf James and Wanda Hollensteiner Dr. Robert Mason Ruth M. Rothstein* Dr. Dale R. Sumner Jr. Chicagoland Area Affiliate of Lisa June Antalek Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Janus Elizabeth Baker Stonecipher Foundation James P. McCarthy George T. Roumbos Dr. Milton and Joan Weinberg Susan G. Komen William Arrott Joseph C. Jarvis Joyce M. Stoops Lisa L. Holstein John W. McClean, MD Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan B. Rubenstein Robert A. Weinstein, MD Cures Within Reach and the John M. Ayers, MD Philip J. Jezek Dr. and Mrs. Blake Strother Talbot Miriam U. Hoover Mary L. McComis, MD Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Ruiz JoAnn Wadley Weisberg LUNGevity Foundation Mrs. James A. Babson Dr. and Mrs. Louis C. Johnston Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Tarizzo Hugh J. Hubbard* Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. McCullough Dr. and Mrs. Dino P. Rumoro Sandy and Greg Welch Gateway for Cancer Research Sidney Barsky, MD Beverly P. Joutras April Teitelbaum, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer G. Huber Maribeth McElveen Lois and John* Sachs Lillian S. Wells Foundation, Inc. Kinetics Foundation Mrs. Edward C. Becker Silas Keehn Austin Bernstein Bruce Huck, MD Diane M. McKeever and Eric Jensen Barbara A. Santucci, MD Mark Welsh Medtronic Robert L. Behling Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keller National Fragile X Foundation Mrs. Thomas A. Kelly Helen and Richard Thomas Beverly and Michael Huckman Richard Melman Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Saslaw Dr. and Mrs. Walter W. Whisler Alan B. Bergman, MD John E. and Jeanne T. Hughes Linda Mendelson April and Jim Schink Northern Trust Lorraine E. Kenny, MS, RN Mary Nell and Bide Thomas Marilyn K. Wideman, DNP, RN, BC Bernie B. Blaauw, MD Foundation, Inc. John R. Meyer, DO Jennifer Schulte Judith C. Wiley, DNP, CRNA OMeGA Medical Grants Association James Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Thompson Sr. Willie C. Blair, MD Hunter Family Katalin Mikecz, MD, PhD, and Mr. and Mrs. David M. Schuppan Clara R. Williams Ossur Americas Phyllis C. Bleck, MD Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Borwell Knight Dee L. Van Leeuwen J. Taylor Hurst Tibor T. Glant, MD, PhD Kevin Schwartz Jean A. Schmidt Winship St. Jude Medical, Inc. Donald D. Boroian Norma R. Koke Mr. and Mrs. Henry von Ferstel Dr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Hurter Arlene M. Miller, PhD, RN, FAAN Laura-Lee Schwefel Marilyn Wirtz State Farm Insurance Companies Luther W. Brady, MD Kay and Fred Krehbiel Mrs. Jerome Waldman Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hutchison Britt M. Miller Joy S. Sclamberg, MD Janet Wolter, MD Touch Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Edward A. Brennan Michael J. Kremer, PhD, CRNA, FAAN William P. Waldron Stephanie D. Hyman Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund Theresann Seeger Emily and Thomas Woodrow University Pathologists, PC Lois Grothman Brown Karen V. Lamb Ernest P. Waud III Christina Jack Pattricia Miller Gerald E. Seegers Kathleen R. Wren, CRNA, PhD, and Voices Against Brain Cancer Ruth E. Butler Timothy J. Larson Robert Weber Miral D. Jhaveri, MD, and Mary K. Wood Molo, MD John Segreti, MD Timothy L. Wren, DNP Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. B. Bynoe Mrs. Seymour J. Layfer Palmi N. Shah, MBBS Carol and Thomas Monaghan Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Seidel Jr. $25,000 – $49,999 Nancy J. Levang Dr. Milton and Joan Weinberg Dr. Barbara Wu and Eric Larson Dr. and Mrs. David D. Caldarelli Dr. Ann L. Johnson John P. Mordach Richard M. Seidel Sr. Anonymous Burton A. Lewis Edward J. Weiner, MD Drs. Patricia and George Wyhinny Lori M. Koke Castillo Tricia J. Johnson, PhD James E. Moyer, MD David C. Shelledy, PhD Lisa Yang and Tim Newbold American Medical Systems, Inc. Marilyn T. Chamberlain Joyce Lichauco Karen B. Weinstein, MD, FACP Dr. and Mrs. Peter M. Jokich Mark Mueller Patrick A. Sheridan, MD James A. Young, MD ASHP Foundation Callie Anne and W. H. Clark Judith I. Linquist JoAnn Wadley Weisberg Mrs. Richard L. Joutras Kathryn H. Mulligan, MD Stephanie M. Shors, MD Paula S. Zelanik Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Mrs. H. Grant Clark Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loda Gail S. Willson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karaganis Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Mulroe The Simpson Family Anthony M. Zelazny, MD Foundation Marion R. Van Dyke Clark Amy and Don Lubin Patricia Daley Wilson, RN Charlotte A. Keane Pamela Mulshine, MD, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Simpson Helen and Sam Zell The Chicago Community Trust Mrs. William A. Copen Judith M. Luczak Jeanette and Leon Wirt William R. Kehoe, MD James L. Mulshine, MD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Siracusa DJO, LLC Ann Shattuck Courtenay Bruce I. Luke, MD Vicki J. Woodward and John J. Glier Mr. and Mrs. M. David Keil Janet S. Myers Adam Skilken *indicates deceased Dr. Scholl Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O. D’Angelo Mr. and Mrs. John W. Madigan Joyce K. Keithley, DNSc, RN Jacquelyn Narrell Mary and Brad Smart Dorothy E. Yates Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall Wayne S. Margolis, MD Walter Kelly David R. Newkirk, DDS Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Smith Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Lynne Marley Mrs. George B. Young C O R P O R AT I O N S , Michael H. Davidson, MD Mr. and Mrs. Myles J. Kerrigan Cindy Nicolaides Claire H. Smith, MD, and Chicago Sandra Kelson Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Marr III Jo Ann Young Dr. and Mrs. Ali Keshavarzian Lynne Considine Nieman Robert A. Kubicka, MD F O U N DAT I O N S A N D Huntington’s Disease Society of Dr. John and Barbara McClean Robert G. Zadylak, MD Ronald L. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Harold A. Kessler Melinda D. Noonan, DNP, RN, NEA-BC Daniel J. Smith, MD O R G A N I Z AT I O N S America Linda Jane Del Monte Patricia A. McCreary, MD Drs. Joan E. and Russ Zajtchuk Krystyna D. Kiel, MD, and Carol P. Norton David B. and Vicky C. Smith Michael Reese Health Trust Dorothy Diggs Diane McKeever and Eric Jensen S. Paul Zelznick Alexander C. Templeton, MD Martha and Ed Nosal Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Smith $100,000+ Molex Incorporated Harold and Faye Abbott Dittemore Nancy Lou Horrell McNamara Catherine and Ed King Mr. and Mrs. Todd Novak Tamara Smith Anonymous Searle Funds at The Chicago Paul Dorcic Richard E. Melcher, MD, FAAFP Dr. and Mrs. Alan B. Klein Karl L. Oder Dr. and Mrs. R. Jeffrey Snell Affiliated Radiologists, SC Community Trust James E. Memmen, MD REALIZED BEQUESTS Gary R. Dorn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knapczyk Roberta and Donald R. Oder Mr. and Mrs. John B. Snyder Bears Care VNA Foundation Janet L. Engstrom, PhD, RN, CNM, Dorothy and Egon Menker Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Knight James T. O’Donnell, PharmD, MS, FCP Anne M. Sobota and Michael F. Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Ruth P. Taff Meyer The estates of the following individuals and Jack Kowalski, MD Mehmet Kocak, MD Patricia S. O’Kieffe O’Malley The Bristol-Myers Squibb Randy J. Epstein, MD William S. Miles, MD provided vital support during FY2013, Lawrence Joseph Kohaus, MD Lisa M. Oldham, MD Gwen Solberg Foundation, Inc. $10,000 –$24,999 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Avery S. Miller thereby perpetuating their impact on Sherry and Alan Koppel Susan and David O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Southern Charles and M.R. Shapiro Foundation Anonymous Ivette Estrada Martha J. Mills people and programs at Rush. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kowal Denise M. Oleske, PhD Dave Sproat The Charles J. and Margaret Roberts Boston Scientific Corporation Drs. Kim M. and John Fehir Bruce R. Monaco, MD Karen and Ronald Krefman Frank Gerard Ondrey, MD, PhD Joan Elizabeth Steel Trust The Brain Aneurysm Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Wade Fetzer III Patricia Galloway Morley Rose H. Accardi, Mary Accardi William B. Kreger John O’Rourke Elvira and Greg Steele The Coleman Foundation The Brown Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Hamilton Moses III, MD Damiano and Dr. Vincent Accardi Mr. and Mrs. John H. Krehbiel Jr. China Ibsen Oughton Mr. and Mrs. John Stiffler Gavers Community Cancer Foundation The Children’s Foundation Robert F. Finke Joan C. Nelson, MSN, RN Mrs. John J. Antalek Wayne E. Kurcz Judith A. Paice, PhD, RN, FAAN Thomas Story George W. and Lessie K. Wadsworth CME Group Foundation Rosalyn Finke Bess Nicholas Memorial Fund Mrs. John A. Bigler Joan E. Kurtenbach Helen J. Pates Mr. and Mrs. Mark Streicher ConMed Linvatec Jorge O. Galante, MD, DMSc George A. Nicola Jr., MD Karen Van Dyke Lamb, DNP, APRN, BC Frederica Pederson Stuart Family Foundation A Giving Heart Foundation Mrs. Robert C. Borwell CSL Behring Foundation Maude E. Glore Susan M. Olmetti Michael E. LaMont Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Pepper Nancy Sullivan Helene Fuld Health Trust Danny Did Foundation John Peters Sally A. Brozenec, PhD, RN Michelle and Larry Goodman Mrs. William N. Lane III Mildred M. Hudak Perlia, MSN, RN Glen E. Sutherland, MD The Hillshire Brands Company Epic Systems Corporation Karen and William Goodyear Jean P. Pierzchala Pastora San Juan Cafferty Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Lansing Felicia Gerber Perlman Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. K. Sweet Jr. Lula E. Bowman Trust Goldman Sachs Gives John D. Gottlick Liza Marie Pilch, MD, FACEP Bertram Capus, MD Mr. and Mrs. Laurens M. Leffingwell Sandra and Michael Perlow Blake Swift LUNGevity Foundation Grant Healthcare Foundation Diane and Michael Grant Beatrice L. Pitcher, MD Eugene P. Coan George L. Lehnertz Seymour H. Perlstein, MD, PhD Drs. Caroline M. Szeto and McDonald’s Corporation Helen M. Harrison Foundation Gregory M. Graves, MD Susan Margaret Poirier, BSN Elizabeth G. Dietrich, RN Sandye and Wayne Lerner Dr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Pessis James J. Collins The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Lloyd A. Fry Foundation Judith Berry Griffin Cynthia and David Polayes John C. Fogarty Dr. and Mrs. Jay Levin Dr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Petasnick Marjorie H. Tanoue Parkinson’s Research Loop Capital Markets Dr. Catherine B. and Oren Pollock Dale Glickman Dr. and Mrs. Mark N. Levin Dr. and Mrs. Russell M. Petrak Laverne A. Thompson Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush LLC Medyssey Co. Mr. James Grotelueschen Ann and Sydney Pond Burton A. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Phillips Suzy Thompson Orthopaedic Research & Education Charles C. Haffner III Mhdezign, LLC Annette Raff Haag Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Proops Edmund J. Lewis, MD Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pilipczuk Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Thornton Foundation Elizabeth M. Joyce MillerCoors Joan M. Hall Sheila Jacques Putzel Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Licari Beatrice L. Pitcher, MD Mr.* and Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Navigant Consulting Janet Aykens Hammond Maribeth and Martin Rahe Martha Hofmann Levin Susan R. Lichtenstein and John Rokacz Mr. and Mrs.* Oren Pollock Cathy Fritz Tisch Regenstein Foundation NEV 2/11 Foundation Judith M. and Glen L. Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Reighard Ruth Kose Mank Sara and Martin Liebman Henry Pope Foundation Mrs. Alfred C. Tisdahl Jr. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Power Construction Company, LLC J. Brian Hancock, MD, FACEP S. Rita Rimkus James R. Russell Michael Liptay, MD Mr. and Mrs. Victor R. Postillion Lauren and Jordan Topel Smith & Nephew Endoscopy Schwarz Supply Source Karen S. Harrer Lorraine A. Kratochvil Roberts Robert W. Sessions 8 envisionRUSH www.rush.edu/giving 9 VO L U N T E E R U P DAT E The Woman’s Board In October the Woman’s Board of Rush University Medical Center hosted its 87th annual fashion show, Breathtaking, at the Palmer House Hilton. This event is the longest continuously running charitable fashion show in the nation. Proceeds from this year’s show, which raised more than $500,000, supported research at Rush to develop a simple diagnostic blood test for lung cancer. Catherine King, president of the Woman’s Board, and Katherine Peterson, fashion show chairman, walk the runway. envisionRUSH S P R I N G 2 014 UPCOMING EVENTS Rush Rounds Anchor Cross Society Annual Dinner May 13, 2014 | Skokie Country Club | Glencoe, Ill. June 5, 2014 | Four Seasons Hotel | Chicago June 17, 2014 | Arts Club of Chicago | Chicago This invitation-only dinner celebrates the commitment and Rush Rounds is a series of discussions about health care generosity of Anchor Cross Society members at the Partner innovations at Rush. This spring and summer, we’ll feature level and above ($2,500+). To renew your membership and programs minding your mental health and technology in ensure your attendance, contact Alex Kwak at (312) 942-6112. health care. For more information on any of Rush’s upcoming events, please contact Kelly Parker in the Office of Philanthropy at (312) 942-0699. Rush is a not-for-profit health care, education and research enterprise comprising Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Oak Park Hospital and Rush Health.