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Caring for Chicago’s Community 2009 ANNUAL REPORT LEADERSHIP MESSAGE Rush University Medical Center has a single focus: to provide our patients with the highest quality health care. Each component of our four-part mission — patient care, research, education and community service — is driven by this focus. But the true impact of our mission isn’t only visible within the boundaries of our Medical Center campus. We also see our mission take shape in the community health clinics, outreach and mentoring programs, and countless other community-based initiatives led by doctors, nurses, students and others at Rush. In FY2009, we looked at ways to make even more meaningful improvements in the health and vitality of the community. This year, we provided more than $191 million in benefits to our community. Still, we assess the true value of these services not in dollars, but in their effect on the individuals and families who are connected to Rush through these programs. As you page through this report, we hope you will enjoy reading about some of the many people who bring to life the ideas, programs and research that we disseminate throughout our neighborhood, our city and beyond. As we plan for our transformed Rush University Medical Center, extraordinary opportunities are developing for Rush to play an even more important role in the community. We will continue to take pride in seizing these opportunities and serving as a source of health, hope and stability in our West Side community. Larry Goodman, MD President and CEO Richard M. Jaffee Chairman, Board of Trustees 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 3 R U S H C O M M U N I T Y S E R V I C E I N I T I AT I V E S P R O G R A M “Through volunteering in the Rush Community Service Initiatives Program, we see many patients who desperately need care. We students aren’t just willing to provide that care — we’re hungry for these types of experiences.” – Alice Tang, second-year medical student and volunteer 4 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 5 R U S H C O M M U N I T Y S E R V I C E I N I T I AT I V E S P R O G R A M “ OUR STUDENTS ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT THE HEALTH OF A P P R O X I M AT E LY 9 0 P E R C E N T O F CHICAGO’S WEST SIDE COMMUNITY, and they do not allow disadvantaged patients to fall through the cracks.” RUSH MEDICAL STUDENTS VOLUNTEER – Sharon Gates, Director of Community and Global Health at Rush IN ONE OR MORE RCSIP ACTIVITIES. Chicago’s West Side community has thousands of uninsured and underinsured “ The knowledge that you’re residents; Rush Medical College has hundreds of students anxious for clinical improving the community experience. Rush works to address both issues at once through the Rush and the opportunity for Community Service Initiatives Program (RCSIP), a thriving network of commu- patient interaction are really nity service programs that matches Rush Medical College students’ interest and the two factors that make initiative with the social and health care needs of Chicago’s diverse population. participation in RCSIP so From treating the homeless via Rush’s medical mobile van clinic to providing valuable. Even after putting preventive care to more than 1,000 patients in FY09 alone at the Community in a long, stressful day of class and studying, students Health Clinic, students working with RCSIP deliver essential care and services show up to their community to populations with limited access. service site excited to vol- unteer and put what we’re Each of RCSIP’s 24 clinical and non-clinical service programs is truly driven by learning into practice.” students’ passion. Each program is organized and executed by Rush students, with – Alice Tang, second-year medical student oversight by Rush faculty and the Office of Community and Global Health. What’s and volunteer more, participation in RCSIP is completely voluntary — students receive no academic credit for their participation — and yet more than 90 percent of Rush medical students volunteer in one or more RCSIP activities. And while students, under the supervision of faculty volunteers, provide vaccinations, preventive checkups, social services, fitness and weight loss support, and more to these underserved populations, they’re able to hone their skills in a community setting and build invaluable bedside manner experience. Through these community service opportunities, Rush’s students gain clinical experience and the underserved populations In 2009, RCSIP partnered with the Salvation Army to launch Keep It Fit Chicago, on Chicago’s West Side gain a healthier community. a comprehensive, six-month program designed to help Chicago residents live healthier lifestyles and fight obesity. In this first-of-its-kind program in Chicago, students and faculty volunteers tailored an obesity prevention program to the specific needs of each participating family to help them meet their goals. In FY2009, the Keep It Fit Chicago program helped 180 participants who received assistance from Rush volunteers over a total of 816 hours. 6 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 7 S C I E N C E A N D M AT H E X C E L L E N C E N E T W O R K “This program is about exploration. It’s about creating meaningful science experiences through carefully selected materials and thoughtful interactions. Our goal is to stimulate the inquisitive mind of the child.” – Ellen Vigil, Community Education Associate 8 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 9 S C I E N C E A N D M AT H E X C E L L E N C E N E T W O R K “ WE CAN NO LONGER ACCEPT THINGS AS THEY ARE, and we’ve “The Rush Community got a lot of work to do. If our community, and our country, are to continue to compete in the global marketplace, we have to train all American youth to tackle scientific problems. We do that by Services Initiative programs making learning fun, accessible and approachable.” – Reginald “Hats” Adams, Director of Community Affairs at Rush address the true health Established in 1990 in response to Chicago students’ low science, math and care needs of Chicago’s reading skills, Rush’s Science and Math Excellence (SAME) Network has grown from a laboratory fundraising project into a collaborative partnership with 43 elementary schools, 11 high schools, 12 churches and numerous Chicago underserved communities, businesses. With the sole purpose of the program aimed at increasing minority students’ interest in science and math, the SAME Network, operated by the Department of Community Affairs at Rush, provides a strong, early foundation while simultaneously on which to build the work force of the future. By providing scientific equipment, teacher training and a variety of hands-on “ I like coming here to do experiences, the network offers engaging and inspiring programs to promote the activities like bubbles, offering Rush Medical development of science, math and literacy skills. The network’s College Preparatory mixing colors and looking Enrichment Program, for example, offers seventh-grade students the opportunity DURING FY2009, THE SAME NETWORK at stuff in the microscope.” to participate in after-school and summer activities on the Benedictine University – Mia, age 4 campus in Lisle, Ill., and the High School Internship Program offers high school SERVED 1,849 PRESCHOOL CHILDREN. College students a valuable students internship opportunities at Rush. The network even extends to the youngest of students through the Preschool Program, which provides stimulating projects and “ I learned that air comes from my lungs to help me experiments designed to familiarize young children with science now — in hopes that blow bubbles.” educational opportunity.” they’ll like it later. – Jasmine, age 4 Each of the network’s targeted programs for preschool through college students is centered around the idea that early and consistent engagement in science and math will do more than just improve students’ performance in these subjects; it will give Chicago’s minority students the experience and confidence to pursue careers in the Knowing that hands-on instruction is the key to success in early science programs, health care and technology fields upon graduation. in 2009 the SAME Network built a state-of-the-art science laboratory at St. Angela Elementary School and created an environment that fosters a teaching approach focused on one-on-one instruction. The network also involved the community in the project — it partnered with 13 area contractors who agreed to work pro-bono to make their vision a reality. 10 2 0 0 9 A N2 0U A L AR EN U A L R E P O R T N 09 N PORT 11 3 RUSH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE CENTER “I’d like to leave a world where my kids can get old and not fear Alzheimer’s disease. People who participate in this study are helping us get there.” – David Bennett, MD, Director of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center 12 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 13 RUSH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE CENTER “ OUR MOTTO FOR COMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH IS ‘GIVE FIRST.’ ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AFFECTS 5 MILLION PEOPLE Community participation is vital to all that we do, but by giving I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S . “The Rush Community back first and foremost, not only do we build a solid foundation of trust and mutual respect, but we are better positioned to achieve our goal of improving the health and well-being of the communities Services Initiative programs we serve.” – Lisa Barnes, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurological Sciences and Behavioral Sciences, Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center address the true health Researchers in the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center know that making significant improvements in a disease as widespread as Alzheimer’s disease requires more than care needs of Chicago’s just lab work; it requires the concerted effort of researchers, physicians and clini- cians unified in the understanding that solutions come from the participation of large, distinct populations within our communities. That shared commitment to underserved communities, finding answers to the mysteries of Alzheimer’s disease has propelled the world’s two largest longitudinal studies on aging and dementia — Rush’s Memory and Aging Project and the Religious Orders Study — for more than 15 years. while simultaneously Participants in both projects agree to annual clinical evaluations and cognitive perfor- mance tests and the donation of their brain and spinal cord upon death. Researchers offering Rush Medical use the information gleaned from autopsies to discover which changes in the brain are responsible for memory loss and walking problems and how life experiences affect the brain and increase or decrease the likelihood of memory loss. College students a valuable Study participants’ generous donations offer the aging and Alzheimer’s disease research community opportunities to use clinical pathologic studies in new ways to understand the complex relation between cognitive decline and the progression of Alzheimer’s “Memory loss is not normal. If we knew what caused it, we could treat it. We could prevent it.” disease pathology. Without the data collected from these studies, researchers would be – David Bennett, MD, Director of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center educational opportunity.” unable to determine the role factors like lifestyle, environment and genetics play in cognitive decline. Since 1993, the National Institute on Aging has funded the Religious Orders Study, which has clinical data on more than 1,100 people, while the Memory and Aging Project has the benefit of data from more than 1,350 altruistic individuals. The National Institutes of Health has awarded Rush approximately $5.5 million in grants to study how epigenetic changes — chemical modifications to genes that result from diet, aging, stress or environmental exposures — define and contribute to memory formation and cognitive decline. Results from the studies could profoundly alter the way the medical community understands, diagnoses and treats Alzheimer’s disease. 14 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 15 RUTH M. ROTHSTEIN CORE CENTER “When I first see newly diagnosed HIV patients, they think their lives are over, that they could never afford the necessary care and therapies. I get to relay to them that this is not a death sentence — we can treat this.” – Kimberly Y. Smith, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine in the Section of Infectious Diseases at Rush 16 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 17 RUTH M. ROTHSTEIN CORE CENTER “ WHEN I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH HIV 13 YEARS AGO, “ Everyone at the CORE I was seven months pregnant. I was immediately engaged in Center is working to care, and thankfully, my child was born HIV-negative. But I was anticipate what’s next in HIV very angry, very scared, and the CORE Center was a source of prevention and care. We hope for me — someplace where, from the very start, I was constantly ask ourselves, ‘How treated with dignity and respect.” – Katherine Roach, CORE Center patient and volunteer do we meet the challenges the HIV epidemic presents today, and where will we be in 10 years?’ Rush’s involve- ment has been integral in The nation’s first freestanding outpatient HIV/AIDS treatment facility, the developing our vision for Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center on Chicago’s West Side is the direct result the next decade.” of an unprecedented partnership between Rush and the Cook County Health – Esther Joo, Executive Director, The CORE Foundation & Hospitals System. Celebrating its 10th anniversary in FY2009, the CORE Center delivers leading-edge treatment of HIV, AIDS and other infectious diseases to every patient, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay. The face of AIDS has changed drastically since the center opened; today, early intervention and sophisticated antiretroviral therapies mean patients can live full, productive lives, but these success stories are only possible for those with access to proper care. The CORE Center remains one of the largest clinics of its kind in the country, treating more than 30 percent of people known to be in HIV treatment in the Chicago THE RUTH M. ROTHSTEIN CORE CENTER CARES FOR area. Of these patients, 85 percent are minorities and 87 percent live at or below the N E A R L Y 6 , 0 0 0 P A T I E N T S A N N U A L L Y, S E R V I N G 3 0 P E R C E N T federal poverty line. No other center in the Midwest delivers comprehensive care and social services to more minority, impoverished and uninsured HIV/AIDS patients. OF HIV-INFECTED INDIVIDUALS IN CHICAGO. Just as it invested in the center’s establishment, Rush still provides operational support to the CORE Center, and Rush leadership continues to serve on its board. Infectious disease specialists from Rush, including Kimberly Y. Smith, MD, MPH, spend a portion of their time at the CORE Center, where they deliver care in outpatient clinics and perform clinical trials with the potential to expand patients’ life expectancies and improve quality of life. What’s more, Rush’s infectious disease fellows and residents receive training at the CORE Center, providing them with community-based, hands-on In 2009, the National Institutes of Health awarded a consortium of Chicago-based insti- experience in the successful management of HIV as a chronic disease. tutions, led by Rush and including the CORE Center, a five-year, $3.75-million grant to establish a developmental center for AIDS research. This will provide Chicago’s health care community with a comprehensive research infrastructure to spur basic science, clinical studies and translational research in the prevention, detection and treatment of HIV and AIDS. The developmental center will be one of only two in the Midwest and was the only developmental center funded by the NIH in 2009. 18 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 19 S C H O O L - B A S E D H E A LT H C E N T E R S “When I began high school, I hadn’t been to the doctor since I was 10 years old. But now, as a student athlete, I’m so lucky to have somewhere I can go, right inside my school, for care and advice from people I can really trust.” – Tyjuan Gibson, senior student at Orr Academy High School 20 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 21 S C H O O L - B A S E D H E A LT H C E N T E R S I N F Y 2 0 0 9 A L O N E , S TA F F A N D V O L U N T E E R S AT T H E S C H O O L - B A S E D H E A LT H C E N T E R S M A N A G E D 2 , 0 6 2 E N C O U N T E R S W I T H H I G H “ THROUGH THEIR PRACTICE AT THE SCHOOL-BASED CLINICS, S C H O O L S T U D E N T S AT C R A N E A N D 2 , 2 2 0 E N C O U N T E R S AT O R R . Rush nursing students get the opportunity to explore the many mental, social and emotional issues that impact patients’ health.” – Jehan Adamji, RN, Community Health Nurse Systems Manager for the Crane and Orr School-Based Health Centers “ Working in a community setting, I’ve been able to connect with patients on a deeper level than I might during a brief encounter in a As a widely respected college with several nationally ranked programs, Rush hospital setting: to make sure University College of Nursing is known for its efforts to prepare future generations they have all the informa- of highly qualified clinician nurse leaders. Critical to this mission is the belief that tion they need to make the just as some nursing practice takes place outside of a hospital setting, healthiest choices and then so should some nursing education. to follow up with them to track their progress.” Rush nursing faculty provide health care and services to underserved individuals and – Elizabeth Whitman, nursing student in the families at 18 diverse community practice sites, including school-based health centers Generalist Entry Master’s Program at Rush at Richard T. Crane Technical Preparatory Common School and Orr Academy High University College of Nursing School on Chicago’s West Side, where Rush’s nursing students provide health education and assist in delivery of care to high school students. Pre-licensure nursing students in Rush’s Generalist Entry Master’s Program are given the opportunity to complete a community nursing rotation at Crane or Orr high school, where they take teens’ medical health histories, check their vitals and speak candidly with them about health issues and risk factors. These nursing students’ efforts in areas like obesity prevention, reproductive health and general health education are aimed at keeping teens healthy, minimizing school absences and, ultimately, encouraging good habits that will last a lifetime. Their practice at the school-based health centers provides Rush’s nursing students with In 2009, the Walmart Foundation awarded the Rush University College of Nursing a solid foundation in community-based nursing, experience that often sparks a lifelong Faculty Practice Program a $50,000 grant for the development and implementation commitment to healthier communities. of an obesity prevention, identification and treatment program at the school-based health centers in Crane and Orr high schools. The school-wide program, which was MORE THAN 95 PERCENT OF CRANE AND ORR HIGH SCHOOL launched in the fall of 2009, involves a partnership between the school-based health S T U D E N T S A R E E N R O L L E D I N T H E H E A LT H C E N T E R S . centers and teachers at the schools and incorporates classroom education about the health risks associated with being overweight. Rush nursing students and faculty also work with teens one-on-one to set achievable health goals, track teens’ progress improving their nutrition and exercise, and successfully lower body mass index for overweight teens. 22 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 23 T R A N S F O R M AT I O N “I really appreciate the opportunity I’ve been given — there are kids sitting in school learning about this in a classroom, but on the job, I’m learning things they can’t teach you in school.” – Marquis Clemons, Concrete Project Engineer, Sachi Construction, Inc., Rush Transformation 24 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 25 T R A N S F O R M AT I O N “ THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK ON THIS TRANSFORMATION PROJECT has changed me a lot. It’s allowed me to support my family and has “The Rush Community helped me find out what I want to do with my life. This program that Rush is involved in, it was a blessing to me.” – Marquis Clemons, Concrete Project Engineer, Sachi Construction, Inc. Services Initiative programs address the true health The transformation of the Rush campus is more than just a massive construction project; it’s an opportunity to redesign the Medical Center around the people “ Out of all the academic medical centers in the country, Rush will already at the center of everything we do: our patients and their families. With open the largest, full-service care needs of Chicago’s major investments in facilities and technology, Rush will be positioned not only to improve the lives of patients but also to solidify Rush’s role as a resource and anchor on Chicago’s West Side. hospital building to date earning Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design underserved communities, As part of a long-standing commitment to its community and diversity, Rush is re- cruiting a work force that is ethnically diverse and drawn, in part, from its surround- (LEED) Gold certification, a sign of Rush’s commitment to envi- ronmental sustainability and ing neighborhood. Construction workers like Marquis Clemons have been recruited to the health and wellness of while simultaneously through a relationship with Trinal, Inc., a Chicago consulting firm, in an effort to attract residents of the surrounding community to the project. T H E T R A N S F O R M AT I O N I N C O R P O R AT E S H U N D R E D S O F E N V I R O N M E N T A L LY S U S T A I N A B L E our surrounding community.” – Joe DeVoss, Assistant Vice President, Office of Transformation at Rush Clemons was working as a seasonal window installer during the day and a security offering Rush Medical F E AT U R E S , I N C L U D I N G G R E E N R O O F S , E N E R G Y officer at night, but he always had aspirations to do more and build a career for E F F I C I E N T L I G H T I N G , H E AT I N G A N D C O O L I N G himself. After meeting Alderman Walter Burnett Jr. and hearing about the transfor- SYSTEMS, AND EXTENSIVE USE OF RECYCLED mation project, he enrolled in a program at Dawson Technical Institute — part of College students a valuable Kennedy-King College on the South Side of Chicago — to obtain the skills needed to B U I L D I N G M AT E R I A L S . work on construction projects. Clemons, now a concrete project engineer, was hired by Sachi Construction, Inc., and has been working on the new hospital construction since its 2008 ground breaking. In fact, he has had a hand in calculating and executing every educational opportunity.” concrete pour in the 14-story building. Together, Clemons and the approximately 300 on-site construction workers are building a new hospital that will ensure not only a solid future for Rush but also a Rush is committed to recruiting a work force for the 10-year, $1 billion transformation healthier West Side community for their friends and families. project that is ethnically diverse. Rush’s contracting goals for the campus transformation call for at least 25 percent minority and 5 percent women contracting participation, and for at least 5 percent of the work to be done by residents of aldermanic wards R U S H ’ S FA C I L I T Y W I L L B E A M O N G T H E F I R S T “ G R E E N ” H O S P I TA L S I N immediately surrounding Rush (the 2nd, 24th, 25th, 27th and 28th wards). T H E N AT I O N , C R E AT I N G A H E A LT H I E R E N V I R O N M E N T F O R E V E R Y O N E . 26 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 27 V I TA L S TAT I S T I C S FINANCIAL REPORT FISCAL YEAR 2009 RUSH IN BRIEF PHILANTHROPIC AND EXTRAMURAL SUPPORT Though economic conditions began to improve in FY2009, the nation and our region continued to be (in millions) Date founded .....................................................................1837 challenged with a slow recovery. Rush University Medical Center was impacted, but due to the strength Medical staff .........................................................................890 Total philanthropic gifts......................................................$37.6 Professional nursing staff ...................................................1,153 of its mission, programs and people, Rush was able to generate an excess of revenue over expenses of GIFTS RECEIVED BY PURPOSE (in millions) $38 million in FY2009. All of this was driven by mission-based activities that generated $68 million in Residents and fellows............................................................650 Employees .........................................................................8,426 Facilities .............................................................................$16.4 Research ............................................................................$10.1 operating income. This surplus was needed to cover $30 million in non-operating losses driven primarily STAFFED BEDS Special programs .................................................................$3.7 by investment losses and losses on financing transactions. Rush reinvests this surplus into its programs, Rush University Medical Center .............................................600 Student aid ..........................................................................$2.0 facilities and other investments to continue its mission in the communities we serve. Continued strength Johnston R. Bowman Health Center ........................................58 Unrestricted .........................................................................$5.4 Rush Oak Park Hospital .........................................................128 in financial performance is essential as Rush moves forward with the $1 billion investment in its campus GIFTS RECEIVED BY SOURCE (in millions) BIRTHS transformation project. Associations and other organizations ...................................$2.0 Rush University Medical Center ..........................................2,054 Corporations........................................................................$2.7 Rush Oak Park Hospital .........................................................N/A Foundations .........................................................................$4.6 Patient care remains at the center of Rush’s mission. Our investments in clinical programs and Individuals and families ......................................................$28.3 ADMISSIONS demonstrated quality continue to attract patients to Rush from across the region, the country and the Rush University Medical Center ........................................30,699 RESEARCH AWARDS world. Rush received 35,023 admissions at both of its campuses, saw 498,234 patients in an outpatient Rush Oak Park Hospital ......................................................4,324 (millions of dollars) .............................................................$66.7 setting and had 303,205 visits to our physicians. This resulted in a 10.6 percent increase in net patient AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY (DAYS) RESEARCH AWARDS BY SOURCE (in millions) revenue. Rush’s research and education programs continue to be critical components of Rush’s vision to Rush University Medical Center ............................................5.74 National Institutes of Health ...............................................$44.2 Rush Oak Park Hospital ........................................................6.45 Other federal awards ...........................................................$1.2 be the medical center of choice in Chicago and among the best in the country. Research expenditures PATIENT DAYS Other public health awards ..................................................$1.0 reached $115 million and revenue increased 4.5 percent in FY2009. Rush University enrolled 1,732 Private corporations ...........................................................$19.0 Rush University Medical Center ......................................176,200 students in FY2009 and tuition revenue increased 12 percent due to enrollment and tuition increases. Other ...................................................................................$1.4 Rush Oak Park Hospital ....................................................27,877 RUSH UNIVERSITY STUDENT BODY (As of October 2009) OPERATIONS PERFORMED (inpatient and outpatient) Rush Medical College............................................................555 The community continues to demonstrate its support of Rush and its mission through its financial Rush University Medical Center ........................................20,405 College of Nursing ................................................................699 contributions. In FY2009, Rush received $38 million in philanthropic support of its patient care, research, Rush Surgicenter ................................................................5,231 College of Health Sciences ....................................................381 Rush Oak Park Hospital ......................................................4,899 community and education programs, including efforts to increase Rush’s endowment and to support The Graduate College ...........................................................143 EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS Students-at-Large ...................................................................28 the campus transformation project. Past giving continues to support Rush’s programs through the Rush University Medical Center ...................................... 47,767 endowment, which provided $21 million in program support. Rush’s investments performed better than Rush Oak Park Hospital .................................................. 21,807 the overall market, but challenges for all investments continued, and the endowment lost 12.4 percent in FY2009, ending the year at $340 million. ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS APPROVALS AND Commission on Accreditation of MEMBERSHIPS Beloit College ACCREDIDATIONS Dietetic Education American Association of Rush also provides support back to the community. Our patients continue to be affected by the economy, Benedictine University Anesthesia Commission for Accreditation Colleges of Nursing and more patients than ever require financial assistance for their medical care. In FY2009, Rush provided Accreditation Review of Rehabilitation Facilities American Association of Carthage College financial assistance and discounts to 16,258 patients. This represented a 97 percent increase in charity Commission on Education for Commission on Collegiate Respiratory Care Cornell College the Physician Assistant Nursing Education American Dietetic Association care, in addition to the 85 percent increase incurred in FY2008. The cost of uncompensated care provided Carleton College Accreditation Council on Council on Academic American Hospital Association by Rush reached $126 million in FY2009. In addition to its patient care mission, Rush also financially Graduate Medical Education Accreditation in Audiology and Dominican University Speech Language Pathology Association of Academic Health supports the education of the next generation of physicians, nurses and allied health providers and Knox College Accreditation Council for Centers Occupational Therapy Education Council on Accreditation of supports the cost of research that is in excess of external funding received. In total, Rush provided $191 Lawrence University of the American Occupational Nurse Anesthesia Educational Association of American million in financial support to the community in FY2009. Macalester College Therapy Association Programs Medical Colleges Monmouth College Accrediting Commission on Illinois Department of Financial Association for Health Services Education for Health Services and Professional Regulations Research Rush’s financial performance is critical to its ability to fund its future plans. The first phase of the campus North Central College Administration Joint Commission Association of Schools of Allied transformation project drew to completion in FY2009, and construction on the new East Tower began. Ripon College Association for Assessment and Health Professions Liaison Committee on Medical Rush’s excess of revenues over expenses is the primary source of funding of this project. By maintaining Wheaton College Accreditation of Laboratory Education Association of University Pro- Animal Care International grams in Health Administration its financial performance, Rush will continue to invest in its mission and serve its patients, students, people National Accrediting Agency for Association for Clinical Pastoral Clinical Laboratory Sciences Federation of Independent and community. LICENSES Education Illinois Colleges and Universities North Central Association of City of Chicago College of American Illinois Hospital Association Colleges and Schools, Higher Department of Public Health, Pathologists Learning Commission Metropolitan Chicago State of Illinois Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Council Respiratory Care University HealthSystem Commission on Accreditation Consortium Catherine A. Jacobson of Allied Health Education Programs: Accreditation Commit- Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning and Finance; tee on Perfusion Technology Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer 28 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 29 FINANCIAL REPORT TOTAL REVENUE INCLUDING TOTAL ENDOWMENT Philanthropy and External Awards FY2009 GIFTS RECEIVED BY PURPOSE ($ IN MILLIONS) NON OPERATING ($ IN BILLIONS) ($ IN BILLIONS) As patients, friends and supporters saw the first buildings of Rush’s campus transformation completed and the new hospital rising over the Eisenhower Expressway, the Campaign for Rush University Medical Center continued on its upward trajectory. Between July 1, 2008, and June 30, 2009, Rush received $37.6 million in philanthropic support. While this philanthropic support is vital to Rush’s efforts to transform health care in Chicago, it also helps Rush’s FY2009 GIFTS RECEIVED BY SOURCE ($ IN MILLIONS) caregivers, students and researchers maintain their focus on providing the best care available to our patients and community. On behalf of all our patients, Rush thanks the individuals, families, corporations, foundations and other TOTAL ASSETS TOTAL CASH AND MARKETABLE organizations who supported Rush in FY2009. ($ IN BILLIONS) SECURITIES ($ IN THOUSANDS) Also, in FY2009, Rush’s researchers received $66.9 million in external research awards. Rush’s consistent research funding from highly respected sources, including the National FY2009 RESEARCH AWARDS BY SOURCE ($ IN MILLIONS) Institutes of Health, continues to propel groundbreaking research that will shape the future of health care in our community and across the globe. For more information about giving to Rush, please contact the Office of Philanthropy at (312) 942-6830 or email@example.com. TOTAL COMMUNITY BENEFITS AND SERVICES FOR 2009 — $191,412,755 CAMPAIGN PROGRESS (Funds raised in millions) $268,000,000 Campaign fundraising through the end of FY09 remained slightly ahead of the projected schedule, with $268M raised overall. Actual Progress Toward Goal (in millions) Targeted Progress Toward Goal (in millions) 30 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 31 “ We deeply believe in supporting the construction of the new, state-of-the-art facility that will help ease the stress and fears GIFTS TO THE CAMPAIGN of patients and their families, making for a more comfortable environment and greatly enhancing the patient experience.” The Mazzetta Family (Zachary, Cindy, Tom and Jordan) Our deepest gratitude to the following donors who have made gifts of $100,000 or more Marguerite DeLany Hark The Honorable Anne O. and Mr. Stuart L. Scott Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Robert S. Hartman Louise B. Scott Trust Infectious Disease Specialists of Chicago, LLC to the Campaign for Rush University Medical Center since the campaign began in January Mrs. Harriet Hausman Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Searle James B. Pendleton Charitable Trust Katherine and Russell Hawken Carole and Gordon Segal The John A. Hartford Foundation, Inc. 2004. Every effort has been made to maintain accurate records. If your name is listed Dr. and Mrs. Robert Higgins Mr. Richard M. Seidel Sr. Jolan Foundation Corp. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hines Mr. and Mrs. Norton Shapiro Lloyd A. Fry Foundation incorrectly or omitted, we apologize and kindly ask that you call the Office of Philanthropy Estate of Lois J. Hinkle Arch W. Shaw Foundation Medtronic Sofamor Danek Mr. Bradley G. Hinrichs Daniel B. and Louise Shipman Trust Molex Incorporated at (312) 942-6830 and report the error so that we may correct it in the future. Thank you. Mr. Richard T. Hough Dr. Joseph F.* and Mary E.* Smith NFL Charities Mr. Keith W. Jaffee Kathy Daubert Smith* and the Fischer Families Northern Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jaffee Oil-Dri Corporation of America Sarah Manaster Solomon Trust Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Ossur Americas 21st Century Founders Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Byron Smith Dr. and Mrs. Philip D. Bonomi Bertha Spaeti Smith Trust Mr. George A. Jones Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute Mr. and Mrs. David Byron Smith Mrs. Robert C. Borwell Sr.* Mr. and Mrs. David B. Speer The following donors have contributed to our Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Joutras Parkinson Research Foundation Harold B. and Denise G. Smith Estate of Marie E. Bratu Carl W. Stern and Holly Hayes campaign with generous gifts or pledges of Dolores Kohl Kaplan and Morris A. Kaplan Partnership for Cures (Rockford Chapter) and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Byron Smith Edward A. and Lois L. Brennan Family Estate of Lee D. Thompson, PhD $1M or more. List is as of January 2010. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Keehn the LUNGevity Foundation Judith and S. Jay Stewart Foundation Estates of Wanda L. and George Tiemann Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keller Prevent Cancer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Thomas Rhoda Grupe Brown* The Vail Family Individuals and Families Estates of Elaine E. Kidd and Eugene Linwood The Retirement Research Foundation Lillian S. Wells Foundation, Inc. The Buchanan Family Foundation Nan* and Dick Burridge Kidd, MD Mr. Joseph E. Valenti Sr.* The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anonymous (2) Estate of Elouise B. Woods Dr. Charles A. and Victoria Bush-Joseph Veronica and Fred Klewitz Marilou and Henry von Ferstel The Schweppe Foundation Rose H. Accardi and the Estates of Mary Accardi Drs. Joan and Russ Zajtchuk Jessie and Peter Butler Mr.* and Mrs. Robert G. Knight Jr. Mrs. Miriam Wade The Society For Cardiovascular Angiography and Damiano and Dr. Vincent Accardi Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. B. Bynoe Estate of Violet Koester Estate of Frank G. Watson Interventions A. Watson Armour III Charitable Lead Trust Corporations, Foundations and Pastora San Juan Cafferty Estate of Helen Kosin Dr. Milton and Joan Weinberg Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation Lolita Sheldon Armour Trust Organzations Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carton Anthony M. Kotin, MD A. James Weitzenfeld Memorial Foundation Susan F. Lasky Cancer Foundation Edward McC Blair Affiliated Radiologists, S.C. Mrs. John W. Clark (Mary D. Clark, PhD) Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kovler Herbert C. Wenske Foundation University Pathologists, P. C. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Boler Allstate Corporation Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark Mr. and Mrs. John H. Krehbiel Jr. University Surgeons, S. C. Estate of Annie MacDonald Gunn Bond Estate of Irene J. Werner Bears Care The Clinton Family Fund Estate of Lester Lebo, MD VNA Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Edward A. Brennan Mary and John Willis Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund The Robert and Terri Cohn Family Foundation Estate of Gloria Leoni William G. McGowan Charitable Fund, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner Brown Mr. Thomas J. Wilson and Ms. Jill M. Garling Chicago Foundlings Home Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Cole Mr. and Mrs. James D. Letchinger William Randolph Hearst Foundation Rosemarie and Dean Buntrock Susan and Bob Wislow The Coleman Foundation, Inc. The Jerome and Ilene Cole Foundation, Inc. William T. Grant Foundation Estate of Bertram Capus, MD Estates of Dr. and Mrs. Julius G. Levy Mr.* and Mrs. William W. Wirtz The Dr. Ralph and Marion Falk Medical Mr. and Mrs. E. David Coolidge III Zimmer U.S.A. The Carylon Foundation Estate of Carolyn L. Link Mrs. George B. Young Consolidated Anti-Aging Foundation Research Trust The Elizabeth and Alverin M. Cornell Myrna and Don Lord Illinois Tool Works Foundation Foundation Estate of John Zukowski The Crown Family Amy and Don Lubin *Denotes deceased Susan Crown, William Kunkler and the The Lincy Foundation Estate of Angela T. Covolo Estate of Edgar A. Lutz SGE Fund Lula Bowman Trust Mr. and Mrs. John V. Crowe Courtney Lyder, ND Corporations, Foundations and Estates of Helen H. Diggs and Arthur E. McDonald’s Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O. D’Angelo Holly and John Madigan Organizations Diggs, MD Medical Staff and Faculty of Rush University Maria and Constantine Danos Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mazzetta Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall $100,000+ Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Estate of Mary Lou Bell McGrew Mr. Robert F. Finke The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Diane and Howard Dean Egon J. and Dorothy C. Seyfang Menker Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Flynn Research Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. DeCresce Mr.* and Mrs.* F. Richard Meyer III 3M Foglia Family Foundation Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush LLC Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Morrison Abbott Fund Dr. and Mrs. Jorge O. Galante Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Dr.* and Mrs. William E. Deutsch Viola H. Morton Trust Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Karen and William Goodyear Robert R. McCormick Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James W. DeYoung Mrs. George V. Myers Arthrex, Inc. The Grainger Foundation Smith & Nephew Endoscopy The Dick Family Foundation Estate of Frank Nardulli Block Electric Company Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hagenah III University Anesthesiologists, S.C. Patty and Alex Doolas Mrs. Earl Neal Boston Scientific Corporation Lynne Cooper Harvey Foundation, Inc. Volunteers of Rush University Medical Center Kenneth Douglas Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson The Brinson Foundation The Lillian K. Hasterlik Family Memorial Fund Woman’s Board of Rush University Medical Marsha J. Dowd Estate of Orin Newton Castle Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Heidrick Center Edna L. Dunning Trust Gregory P. Nicholson, MD Charles and M.R. Shapiro Foundation Mr. Jon A. Herb Estate of William G. Earnest William F. O’Connor Foundation Chicago Community Trust Judy and Marvin Herb Individuals, Families and Family Mr. and Mrs. Reed H. Eberly Estate of Mary S. Oldberg CME Trust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Herb Foundations Christine and Jack Edwards Bob Onderdonk Community Memorial Foundation Drs. Olga and Anthony Ivankovich $100,000+ Dr. and Mrs. L. Penfield Faber Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Pepper CSL Behring Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jaffee Mr. and Mrs. W. James Farrell Paula and Michael Perlstein Daniel F. and Ada L. Rice Foundation Estates of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Karnes The following donors have contributed to our Mr. and Mrs. Wade Fetzer III Diane and Perry Pero Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Krehbiel campaign with generous gifts or pledges of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Field Mr. and Mrs. Seth Low Pierrepont DePuy Spine, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Masterson $100,000 or more. List is as of January 2010. Mr. John R. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. James T. Reid Division of Sports Medicine Chauncey and Marion D. McCormick Dr.* and Mrs. Malachi J. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Reighard DJO, LLC Family Foundation Anonymous (4) Lenore (“Leafy”) and John C. Fogarty Agnes* and Julius* Rezler Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. McMullan Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Fox Helen C. (Gianutsos) Robertson (SL 1946) Dr. Scholl Foundation Mr. Richard M. Morrow Mrs. James A. Babson Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Freidheim Jr. John W. Rogers Jr., Ariel Investments Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Joan W. Prentiss Trust Dr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Bach Jr. Estate of Gary David Friedman Anthony A. Romeo, MD Elmer and Sylvia Sramek Charitable Foundation The Pritzker Family Ambassador Elizabeth F. Bagley and Smith Estate of Louise C. Fruehling Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosenberg Exelon Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Evan M. Rayman Bagley Christina and Ron Gidwitz Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sabl Gavers Community Cancer Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rayman Mrs. Kathleen E. Barmore* Ms. Sue L. Gin Lois and John Sachs George W. and Lessie K. Wadsworth Charles J. and Margaret Roberts Trust Estates of Edward and Marilyn Delfs Barr Mr. Robert Hixon Glore* Estate of Maggy M. Sachs Memorial Fund Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rubschlager Estate of John P. Bent Dr. and Mrs. Larry J. Goodman Estate of Anne R. Salier The G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Barbara* and John Sapiente Mrs. Barbara Beré Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sandner Charitable Foundation Searle Funds at the Chicago Community Trust Anna L. Bevan Trust Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Saslaw Grant Healthcare Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. Charles H. Shaw W. Fred* and Mildred* Bleck Dr. Catherine B. and Mr. James Grotelueschen Saxena Family Foundation, Drs. Amod and Harris Bank The Simpson Family The Blossom Fund Joan M. Hall and George J. Cotsirilos Dershi Saxena Huntington’s Disease Society of America Sirius - Ginny and Peter Foreman The Boler Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hall Estate of Sylvio Sciarretta Illinois Children’s Healthcare Foundation 32 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 33 “ I know that the contribution I make, no matter what size, is going to advance the care my doctors are able to provide. FISCAL YEAR HONOR ROLL I give unrestricted because I trust Rush’s caregivers and leadership to know where my gift is needed most.” James P. McCarthy The following is a partial list of the individuals and organizations who made gifts to Rush Ms. Mary L. Ahern Mr. and Mrs. James Ringler Dr. and Mrs. Arnold I. Goldberg Mr. Mohammad Alipour Mrs. Ward C. Rogers Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Goldberg between July 1, 2008, and June 30, 2009. We are extremely grateful to the many individuals, Alvin H. Baum Family Fund Edwin F. Schild Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Avrum Gray Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Bent Mrs. Claudia Schrock* Stephanie Gregory, MD, and Sheldon Chertow families, corporations, foundations and organizations who made gifts during this time and Dr. and Mrs. Pincas Bitterman Melvin M. Schwartz, MD, and M. Lisa Yaremko, Mr. Daniel L. Greiwe Mr. Jose Brafman MD (RMC 1984) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Griffin wish that space permitted a complete listing of our generous friends. Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bush-Joseph The Honorable Anne O. and Mr. Stuart L. Scott Mrs. Paul W. Guenzel Jessie and Peter Butler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Simpson The Philip W. Hagenah Family Timothy G. Carroll The Siragusa Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Henderson Edward A. and Lois L. Brennan Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Pepper Mr. and Mrs. Faris F. Chesley Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Henikoff Foundation Mr. John W. Rogers Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John S. Coon Dr. Joseph F. Smith Trust Dr. (RMC 1988) and Mrs. Joseph J. Hennessy We are pleased to recognize Rhoda Grupe Brown* (Pres 1945) Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Searle Mrs. Ann Shattuck Courtenay (Pres 1943) Stepan Company Ms. Betsy S. Hersher Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner Brown Mr. and Mrs. Norton Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O. D’Angelo Carl W. Stern and Holly Hayes those donors who are alumni Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hines Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Buntrock Daniel B. and Louise Shipman Trust Maria S. and Frank J. Techar of our various colleges. Directly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Michael Tharp Mr. Bradley G. Hinrichs The Carylon Foundation Bertha Spaeti Smith Trust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hodgkins following the names of our The Robert and Terri Cohn Family Foundation Mr. Joseph E. Valenti Sr.* Sandra Kelson Davis (SL 1959) and Jane and Jim Truettner Ronald L. Davis Mr. Burton Y. Weitzenfeld James and Wanda Hollensteiner Foundation The Jerome and Ilene Cole Foundation Herbert C. Wenske Foundation alumni (in parentheses), you will O. Paul Decker Memorial Foundation Lillian S. Wells Foundation, Inc. George B. Holmes Jr., MD Consolidated Anti-Aging Foundation Mary and John Willis Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. DeCresce Mr. Thomas J. Wilson and Ms. Jill M. Garling Hunter Family find a school name abbreviation The Elizabeth and Alverin M. Cornell Foundation Dr. Barbara Wu and Mr. Eric Larson The Crown Family Judith S. (RCON 1978, 1986) and Thomas A. Mrs. J. Howard Wood* Mr.* and Mrs. Peter Husting along with a graduation date. (RMC 1979) Deutsch Dr. Joshua J. and Mrs. Faye R. Jacobs Diane and Howard Dean $25,000 to $49,999 The abbreviations are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Mr. and Mrs. James W. DeYoung $5,000 - $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Mr. Robert F. Finke Anonymous (1) The Dick Family Foundation Carlene and John Jones Mrs. Robert C. Borwell Sr.* Dole Trust Anonymous (4) Mrs. Donald A. Josephson Mr. and Mrs. Vincent W. Foglia SL — St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nan* and Dick Burridge Marsha J. Dowd Mrs. John W. Allyn Clifford Jay Kavinsky, MD, PhD (RMC 1986), Karen and William Goodyear Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. B. Bynoe Mr. and Mrs. Bruce W. Duncan Howard S. An, MD and Evalyn N. Grant, MD (RMC 1986) Nursing (1885-1956) The Grainger Foundation Mrs. John W. Clark (Mary D. Clark, PhD) Christine and Jack Edwards Dr. and Mrs. Gunnar B.J. Andersson Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keller Dr. Catherine B. (RMC 1980) and Mr. James Drs. David A. Ansell and Paula M. Grabler Pres — Presbyterian Hospital School Grotelueschen The Clinton Family Fund Ava W. Farwell Trust Dr. (RMC 1974) and Mrs. Harold A. Kessler of Nursing (1903-1956) Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA Dr.* and Mrs. Malachi J. Flanagan Mrs. James A. Babson Sherry and Alan Koppel Tricia and William Hagenah III Bernard Bach Jr., MD Mr. Julius L. Hemmelstein Dr.* and Mrs. William E. Deutsch Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Freidheim Jr. Dr. (RMC 1979) and Mrs. (CHS 1986) Stephen PSL — Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Hospital Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dick Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ballantine M. Korbet Marcie Hemmelstein and David Drew Modestus Bauer Foundation School of Nursing (1956-1968) Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kovler Kenneth Douglas Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Paolo Gattuso Louis J. Kraus, MD Mr. and Mrs. W. James Farrell Mr. Charles E. Behl Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Krehbiel Jr. RCON — Rush University College of Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Glore Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Fox Mrs. Barbara Beré Robert A. Kubicka, MD, and Claire S. Smith, MD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mazzetta Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gross Nursing (1972-present) Christina and Ron Gidwitz Richard A. Berger, MD Mr. Richard M. Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Randy S. Gross Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kuehnle Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gross Mr. and Mrs. Terry Birck RMC — Rush Medical College Mayari and Robert Pritzker Ms. Blanny A. Hagenah Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Kushner Joan M. Hall and George J. Cotsirilos Tom Bleck (RMC 1977) and Laura Friedland (1837-1942 and 1973-present) Mr. and Mrs. Evan M. Rayman John Hagenah Family Fund The Blossom Fund Dr. and Mrs. Alan L. Landay Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rayman Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Burton W. Hales Jr. Olga Fronko Lasky Nadim Hallab, PhD Francis J. Bomher CHS — College of Health Sciences at Charles J. and Margaret Roberts Fund H. Sidney Heersma, MD* (RMC 1935) Cynthia E. Boyd, MD, and William Gradishar, MD Mr. John Lawrence Rush University (1978-present) Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hartman Cheryl T. Herman Charitable Trust Dr. (RMC 1997) and Mrs. Simon Lee Mrs. Harriet Hausman Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Rubschlager Dr. and Mrs. Robert Higgins Marie T. Brown, MD (RMC 1979), and Ted E. Johnny L. Lin, MD Grad — The Graduate College at Rush Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sabl Mrs. Margaret Heymann Mrs. Arnold Horween Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Lind Feldman, MD University (1981-present) Barbara* and John S. Sapiente Mr. Keith W. Jaffee Catherine and Eric Jacobson Thomas D. LoBue, MD Mr. and Mrs. John A. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Saslaw Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Krehbiel Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Jaffee Myrna and Don Lord Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Bulley Jr. Carole and Gordon Segal Amy and Don Lubin Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jaffee Mr. James P. McCarthy Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Carton Mr. Richard M. Seidel Sr. Holly and John Madigan Dr. and Mrs. Shriram M. Jakate Mrs. John E. McGovern Jr. Dr. (Grad 1983) and Mrs. Paul M. Carvey Sirius - Ginny and Peter Foreman Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. McEniry Mrs. Robert J. Jensik Richard E. Melcher, MD, FAAFP (RMC 1975) Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Clapp Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Byron Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Silas Keehn Mrs. E. J. Mooney Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark Individuals and Mr. and Mrs. David Byron Smith Viola H. Morton Trust Mr. Aslam Khan Mrs. Arthur H. Morrison Families Mr. Michael T. Clune Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Byron Smith Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nelson Mrs. Edmund T. King III Ms. Marita D. Murray (SL 1957) Mark S. Cohen, MD Judith and S. Jay Stewart William F. O’Connor Foundation Larry F. Kluskens, MD Mrs. Richard H. Nicolaides Jr. The following individuals, families, family foun- Mr. and Mrs. E. David Coolidge III Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Thomas Diane and Perry Pero Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Koepfgen Gregory P. Nicholson, MD dations and trusts made gifts of $2,000 or more Craig J. Della Valle, MD The Vail Family Mrs. Helen C. (Gianutsos) Robertson (SL 1946) Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Labkon Frederic G. Nicola, MD (RMC 1977) during FY2009. The list includes members of Mrs. Julian F. DePree Mrs. Miriam Wade Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sandner Dr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Loew Mrs. Josephine G. Nicola both the Anchor Cross Society and the Benjamin Christopher J. DeWald, MD (RMC 1987) Louise B. Scott Trust Courtney H. Lyder, ND (RCON 1989, Carol “Mickey” Norton Rush Society. The Anchor Cross Society consists Elsie and Gary R. Dorn $50,000 to $99,999 Arch W. Shaw Foundation 1990, 1991) Karin and Karl Palasz of individuals and families who made a gift Rebecca A. Dowling, PhD, RD The Simpson Family Mervis Family Foundation Wayne Paprosky, MD of $2,000 or more to help the Medical Center Anonymous (1) Melanie C. Dreher, PhD, RN, FAAN John M. Simpson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Avery S. Miller Frank M. Phillips, MD, and Denise Walt, MD meet its day-to-day needs while also building Dr. and Mrs. Philip D. Bonomi Mr. and Mrs. Reed H. Eberly Mr. and Mrs. Harold Byron Smith Helene and Wayne Moore Mrs. Charles S. Potter the foundation for the future of Rush and all Buchanan Family Foundation Mrs. Margaret S. Elliott Sarah Manaster Solomon Trust Mr. and Mrs. J. Ron Moore Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Prinz those it serves. The Benjamin Rush Society rec- Mr. William R. Eckhardt Randy J. Epstein, MD (RMC 1980) Mr. and Mrs. David B. Speer Mrs. George V. Myers Mr. and Mrs. James T. Reid ognizes those who have made a gift of $2,000 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Field John J. Fernandez, MD Ms. Jennifer B. Wagner (CHS 1998) Mrs. Earl Neal Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Reighard or more for use within Rush Medical College. Mr. John D. Fornengo Drs. Alison Finnegan and Richard Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wagner Mr. and Mrs. John J. Nowicki Arthur R. Rhodes, MD We are grateful to all. Dr. and Mrs. Jorge O. Galante Mr. and Mrs. Byron L. Fisher Mrs. William C. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett Richards Dr. and Mrs. (RCON 1975) Larry J. Goodman Ms. Patricia S. O’Kieffe Lenore (“Leafy”) and John C. Fogarty Edward J. Weiner, MD (RMC 1973) Anthony A. Romeo, MD $100,000+ Sandra and Jack Guthman Mr. Peer Pedersen Mr. Jim S. Frank Susan and Bob Wislow Dr. and Mrs. Aaron G. Rosenberg Marguerite DeLany Hark Sheila Penrose and Ernest Mahaffey Mr. and Mrs. William J. Friend Anonymous (1) Katherine and Russell Hawken Mr. and Mrs. Seth Low Pierrepont Mr. Richard M. Gallagher Jeanne M. and John W. Rowe $10,000 to $24,999 Lolita Sheldon Armour Trust Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Heidrick Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Pirovano William Gapp Joseph H. and Mary Roy Trust Anna L. Bevan Trust Mr. Richard T. Hough Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Rahe Alice Eliza Getty Trust Saxena Family Foundation, Drs. Amod and The Boler Family Foundation Egon J. and Dorothy C. Seyfang (SL 1956) Roxanne and Ross Abrams Vijaya B. Reddy, MBBS Dr. (RMC 1975) and Mrs. Steven Gitelis Dershi Saxena Mr. and Mrs. John M. Boler Menker Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Reusché Ellen and Philip Glass Dr. Gary L. Schaer and Mrs. Jessica Diamond 34 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 35 “ We look at Rush as an institution that’s in a better position than “ Rush’s outstanding mission and commitment to the ever, especially because of the leadership of President and CEO community are very much in line with the Vail family’s Larry Goodman, MD, and the dedication of the Board of Trustees. values. Through the generations, we are pleased to In our opinion, the future for Rush is bright because at the clinical continue the tradition of supporting Rush.” and administrative levels, Rush has the best people there.” Jamie and Peggy Vail, members of the Foster McGaw Family Drs. Joan E. and Russ Zajtchuk Mr. and Mrs. James H. Schink Michael D. Brown, MD, and Christina Mr. Alfred G. Goldstein Dr. (RMC 1980) and Mrs. Jay Levin Abby O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Mrs. Theodore D. Tieken Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schulte M. Marciniak, MD Mrs. Alvin Goodman Dr. (RMC 1983) and Mrs. Mark N. Levin China Ibsen Oughton Mrs. Stephen B. Timbers John Segreti, MD (RMC 1980) Ms. Susan R. Bulley Sylvia G. Gordon Dr. and Mrs. Stuart Levin Judith A. Paice, PhD, RN, FAAN (RCON 1982) Cathy Fritz Tisch (PSL 1963) Shaker Family Foundation Martha and Walter Burke Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gorter Burton A. Lewis Aurie A. Pennick, Esq. Dr. Mary Lou Tomyanovich (RMC 1979) Beverly E. Shaw Dr. and Mrs. John L. Butsch Ms. Patricia Graf (CHS 1986) Edmund J. Lewis, MD Mildred M. Hudak Perlia, MSN, RN (Pres 1954) Lauren and Jordan Topel Sandra R. Shelley, PhD, RN (RCON 1984) Sharon E. Byrd, MD Mrs. Barbara Gunther Mr.* and Mrs. William F. Lewis Dr. (RMC 1980) and Mrs. Russell M. Petrak Mr. and Mrs. T. Hamilton Traylor Ms. Misao Shiratsuki Pastora San Juan Cafferty Meryl H. Haber, MD Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Licari Dr. Guy J. Petruzzelli (RMC 1987) Gordon M. Trenholme, MD Kern Singh, MD Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Haffner III Mr. Martin Liebman Liza M. Pilch, MD, FACEP (RMC 1994) Ms. Elizabeth J. Tromp Dr. and Mrs. Bradford D. Smart Anne B. Cardwell, MD (RMC 1993) Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hagenah Jr. Michael Y. Lin, MD (RMC 2001) Beatrice L. Pitcher, MD (RMC 1976) Ms. Anne C. Tucker Mr. Jerome B. Spier Kay and Bill Carmichael Dr. Lois A. Halstead and Mr. Edward G. Halstead Mrs. Francis E. Little Randall W. Porter, MD (RMC 1993) Mary and Kenneth Tuman Dr. and Mrs. Scott M. Sporer Eric D. Christoff, MD Mr. Corwith Hamill Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Livney Dr. David A. and Bonita C. Turner Dr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Prancan Dusan Stefoski, MD Melody A. Cobleigh, MD (RMC 1975) Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hanna Mr. John Bird Lloyd Jr. Mrs. Gail I. Van Goethem Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Prendergast Marcie and Avy Stein Ann and Jonathan Cohn Kathy and Kevin Hanrahan Renée Logan John L. Vander Schilden, MD (RMC 1977) Laurie A. Proia, MD (RMC 1994) Mrs. Yolanda Stemer and Alexander Stemer, MD Lola Coke, PhD, APRN-BC, CNS (RCON 2005) Ms. Marcia B. Hargreaves Dr. and Mrs. John Losurdo Dr. and Mrs. Parameswaran Venugopal Mrs. Albert E. Pyott Mr. and Mrs. Lorry J. Stensrud Marge and Lew Collens Dr. Alan A. and Judy Harris Mrs. Albert S. Lowe III Mrs. Deborah A. Visus Dr. John P. Quinn (RMC 1978) Pam and Russ Strobel James J. Collins, MD (RMC 1979), and Caroline Max L. Harris, MD (RMC 1976) Susan and John Lowenberg Korine Vlahou-VanFleet, MD (RMC 1992), and Mr. Torrance J. Ramaker Dr. Dale R. Sumner Jr. and Ms. Judith K. Weik M. Szeto, MD (RMC 1981) Mrs. Margaret S. Hart Mr. and Ms. Wayne R. Luepker Timothy Alan VanFleet, MD (RMC 1992) April Teitelbaum, MD (RMC 1977), and Richard D. Rames, MD (RMC 1983) Dr. Julia Muennich Cowell and Mr. Earl Cowell Brian P. Harting, MD Drs. Parag A. and Sonali P. Majmudar Mr. Keith and Dr. Annabelle Volgman Austin Bernstein Mr. and Mrs. S. Waite Rawls III Mr. C. M. Cribaro Mary K. Hayden, MD, and James N. Moy, MD Mr. and Mrs. John T. Malone Mr. and Mrs. William Waldron Mr. and Mrs. Lac Van Tran Juliet* and Michael Recine Michael E. Cucka, MD (RMC 1988) Sharon and Dana Hayes Dr. (RMC 1982) and Mrs. (RCON 1978) Mrs. Hempstead D. Washburne Jr. Mr. Fred L. Turner Mrs. John Shedd Reed Mr. John M. Cusano Andrea L. Hedin, MD (RMC 1976) Robert J. March Timothy C. Watson, MD (RMC 1981) Dr. and Mrs. Nik Verma Karyn Reif and Eric Gershuny Mr. Anthony Davis Ms. Lindsay Heidrick Mrs. Jack F. Marcus Weber Family Walter W. Virkus, MD Mrs. Elsie Borwell Revenaugh Dr. Harold E. Davis Judy and Marvin Herb Nina and Bob Mariano Dr. and Mrs. Carlisle Weese Marilou and Henry von Ferstel Mark C. Davis, MD, PhD (RMC 1983) Ms. Elizabeth F. Hernandez Mr. Tim Rinker Sheri Marker-Bednarz and Michael Bednarz Grace Roberti Foundation Dr. Karen B. Weinstein (RMC 1983) and Mr. Mrs. Jana M. Wacker Paula and Richard Davis Dr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Hertko Mrs. Rosemary Bone Mason and Dr. Robert Stewart A. Kessler Kathleen M. Weber, MD (RMC 1996) Salomon Dayan, MD Mrs. Margaret M. Hickey Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Rosen Mason Mrs. Diann H. Rosenberg and Marvin S. Robert A. Weinstein, MD Albert Whitman Trust Mrs. Dirk Degenaars Ziyad M. Hijazi, MD, MPH Mary C. Massa, MD, and Walter G. Barr, MD JoAnn Wadley Weisberg Bonnie and Michael Deger David W. Hines Jr., MD (RMC 1981) Rosenberg, MD MaryPat Mauro and John Hartzell Susan and Richard Rosenstein Betty Weiss $2,000 - $4,999 Dr. and Mrs. Mark T. DeMeo Mrs. Roger Hochschild John W. McClean, MD (RMC 1978) Dr. and Mrs. Walter W. Whisler Harel Deutsch, MD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hodgson Mr. George T. Roumbos Anonymous (4) Mary L. McComis, MD (RMC 1989) Dr. and Mrs. Dino P. Rumoro Marilyn K. Wideman, DNP, RN, BC (RCON 2007) Dr. and Mrs. Jacques Abramowicz Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Deziel Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Hoeksema Beverly J. McElmurry, Ed, RN, FAAN (SL 1958) Mrs. Janice A. Comstock Wilson (SL 1951) Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dimitriou Drs. Laura D. and Mark D. Hoffman Lois and John Sachs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. William B. McIlvaine Dr. Theodore J. Saclarides and Mrs. Elena Jeffrey Wishik, MD, JD (RMC 1981) Helen and Mark Alison Christina (RCON 2006) and Vassilios (Bill) Drs. Ai-Xuan Le and Mark Holterman Ms. Diane M. McKeever and Mr. Eric Jensen Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Witt Dimitropoulos (RMC 2001) Mrs. H. E. Hoover Economou-Saclarides Marilynn B. Alsdorf Daniel L. McLachlan, MD Barbara A. Santucci, MD Janet Wolter, MD Pamela L. J. Altman, MS, RN (RCON 1994), and Dr. Catherine Dimou (RMC 1991) and Mr. Mrs. R. Thomas Howell Jr. Margaret A. McLaughlin, MD Keye Wong, MD (RMC 1982) Graham Bell Beverly and Michael Huckman Arnold D. Scheller Jr., MD (RMC 1973) Jeffrey S. Altman, MD (RMC 1990) Patrick J. McLaughlin Mrs. Laura-Lee Schwefel (CHS 2004) Emily and Thomas Woodrow Dr. Mary Anderson (RMC 1992) and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dixon John E. and Jeanne T. Hughes Foundation, Inc. Bruce C. McLeod, MD Dr. and Mrs. Norman L. Wool Dr. and Mrs. S. Forrest Dodson James Huntington Foundation Mr. Lawrence J. Sehy David Scheftel Ms. Carlette McMullan and Mr. John Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Seidel Jr. Lisa Yang and Tim Newbold Susan Anderson-Nelson, MD (RMC 1986), and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Donahoe Charles L. Hutchinson Fund Mr. and Mrs. James M. McMullan Mrs. George B. Young Patty and Alex Doolas Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hutchison Dr. Jeffrey and Linda Semel Jeffrey A. Nelson, MD Mr. and Mrs. Brian McTernan Dr. Beverly E. Sha and Dr. Thomas E. Liao Mr. and Mrs. Mick P. Zdeblick Kathleen Gainor Andreoli, DSN, RN, FAAN Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Eisenberg Dr. Paul Jones (RMC 1983) and Mr. Dan Murphy Mr. Ryan Meade Ms. Eileen Zigman Nadyne and Bruce Elegant Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Joutras (RMC 1981) Mr. and Dr. James Auer Tyrone R. Melvin, MD (RMC 1977) Janet L. Engstrom, PhD, RN, CNM, and Jack Sushil Karmarkar, MD (RMC 1984) Jamile M. Shammo, MD Mrs. Merrick J. Axel Mr. David Mendelson Rush Heritage Society Kowalski, MD (RMC 1975) Amelia Kaymen, MD (RMC 1981), and Eric Yopes Dr. Maureen E. Shekleton (RCON 1982) and Mr. Hooman Bahmandeji Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Merrick Mary and Frank Erlain John T. Keane, MD Mr. Gerald T. Shekleton The following individuals have notified Rush Mrs. Cornelia Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Miller Mr. Jacob Essenburg William R. Kehoe, MD David C. Shelledy, PhD that they have invested in Rush’s future Dr. (RMC 1981) and Mrs. (RCON 1978) David Janet Millikan, MS, LDN (CHS 1990), and Keith Dr. Carl E. Eybel Mr. and Mrs. M. David Keil Alyce K. Sigler through a provision in their will, trust, life Baldwin Jr. W. Millikan, MD (RMC 1984) Carol J. Farran, DNSc, RN, FAAN (RCON 1985) Joyce K. Keithley, DNSc, RN (RCON 1980) Dr. and Mrs. Julio Silva income arrangement, retirement or other Dr. and Mrs. Robert Balk Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Morrison Mr. James M. Farrell Dr. and Mrs. Ali Keshavarzian David Simon, MD, PhD (RMC 1985, Grad 1985) estate plan. List is as of January 2010. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Beatty Dr. (RMC 1986) and Mrs. (RCON 1986) Timothy Mrs. Martin S. A. Beck Drs. Kim M. (RMC 1978) and John Fehir Dr. (RMC 1998) and Mrs. Anthony W. Kim Morton Kamaljit Singh, MD Linda Maiman Feinstein and Steven B. Dr. (RMC 1983) and Mrs. Daniel K. Kim Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Smith Anonymous (5) Francis Beidler Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Muchin Matt Bergmann Feinstein, MD Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kimura Daniel J. Smith, MD (RMC 1977) Mr. and Mrs. Hall Adams Jr. Kathryn H. Mulligan, MD (RMC 1983) Susan Berman Mr. Richard J. Ferris The Honorable Maureen and Mr. Craig Kirby James L. Mulshine, MD, and Pamela Kimberly Y. Smith, MD Mrs. L. W. Alberts Drs. Armita Bijari (RMC 1989) and Mr. Burton Field Mr. and Mrs. Kip Kirkpatrick Mulshine, MD Mary E. Smith Trust Ms. Gay Luhrs Allen Richard W. Byrne Sarah and Terry Finnegan Joel S. Klein, MD Ms. Christine and Dr. Lorenzo Munoz Dr. (RMC 1984) and Mrs. R. Jeffrey Snell Marilynn Alsdorf Dr. (RMC 1978) and Mrs. Steven D. Bines Judith and George Fitchett Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knapczyk Dr. (RMC 1999) and Mrs. Jonathan A. Myers Mr. and Mrs. John B. Snyder Mr. Roger E. Anderson Mr.* and Mrs. Bowen Blair Carol and Richard Fleisher Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Knight Maria and Anthony Nasharr Barbara A. Soltes, MD Mrs. Mary Arkanian Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Blair Jr. Mark D. Foreman, PhD, RN, FAAN Mr.* and Mrs. Robert G. Knight Jr. Jane and Calvin Netter Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Southern William Arrott Edward McC Blair Mrs. Katherine Frekko Lawrence Joseph Kohaus, MD (RMC 1977) Mrs. Casey J. Newell Dr. Joel B. Spear and Dr. Cathleen M. Watt Jane and Tom Arthur Amy and Chris Boehm Mr. Albert M. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kowal Dr. Edward A. Newman Julie Stasko, MSN (RCON 2001) John M. Ayers, MD (RMC 1942) Christine and Matthew Boler Mr. Philip Friedmann Mary Katherine (CHS 1994) and Ronald Krause George A. Nicola Jr., MD (RMC 1979) Joyce M. Stoops (Pres 1953) Mrs. James A. Babson Bill Borland* Glen O. Gabbard, MD (RMC 1975) Karen and Ronald Krefman Lynne Considine Nieman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Story Mrs. Edward C. Becker Mrs. Susan R. Bottum Linda and Ron Galowich Dr. Elliott Kroger (RMC 1978) and Ms. Eileen Mr.* and Mrs. Donald E. Nordlund Stuart Family Foundation Alan B. Bergman, MD (RMC 1973) Dr. (RMC 1990) and Mrs. Marc I. Brand Andrew N. Garman, PhD, and Deborah L. Dwyer (RCON 1991) Mr. Karl L. Oder Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. K. Sweet Jr. Bernie B. Blaauw, MD Lynne T. Braun, PhD, RN, CNP (RCON 1980), and Whiston-Garman Mrs. Charles R. Lamphere Roberta and Donald R. Oder Mrs. Marjorie H. Tanoue Edward McC Blair Thomas J. Braun Ms. Sue L. Gin Mrs. William N. Lane III James T. O’Donnell, PharmD, MS, FCP Allan R. Tenorio, MD Willie C. Blair, MD (RMC 1974) Judith H. Bressler, MD (RCON 1980, RMC 1986), Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Glick Mr. and Mrs. Laurens M. Leffingwell (CHS 1982) Mrs. Douglas T. Thompson Phyllis C. Bleck, MD (RMC 1979) and Peter J. Weeks, MD (RMC 1984) Dr. and Mrs. Constantine V. Godellas Mr. and Mrs. M. James Leider Lisa M. Oldham, MD Ms. Laverne A. Thompson The Blossom Fund Clarence W. Brown Jr., MD Robyn L. Golden, MA, LCSW Mary Beth Leonard, MD (RMC 1984), and Susan and David O’Leary Mrs. Suzy F. Thompson Bill Borland* Mary Anne and Max Brown Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Goldsmith Thomas J. Nielsen, MD (RMC 1984) R. Joseph Olk, MD (RMC 1975) Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Thornton Donald D. Boroian 36 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 37 “ Cancer is a stressful disease, but the nurses at Rush help to ease that stress and make your treatment as seamless as possible. For us, making a gift to nursing education at Rush was the right thing to do. We’re very pleased to support the education of a new generation of nurses who will one day deliver the same high quality nursing care we receive at Rush.” Juliet A. Shaffer Recine* and Michael Recine Mrs. Robert C. Borwell Sr.* Mr. Joseph C. Jarvis Mrs. Leonard Sorkin Corporations, Organizations and Orthopedic Analysis, LLC Rush is deeply saddened to report Luther W. Brady, MD Philip J. Jezek Mary and Jim Staros Foundations Otho S.A. Sprague Memorial Institute that Juliet Recine lost her courageous Mrs. Edward A. Brennan Dr. and Mrs. Louis C. Johnston Gary Steinberg Polk Bros. Foundation battle with cancer in March 2010. $100,000+ Irving E. Brown Jr., MD (RMC 1941)* Beverly P. and Richard L. Joutras Madelyn A. Stella Prevent Cancer Foundation Rush leadership, cancer program staff Mrs. Lois Grothman Brown (Pres 1946) Mr. and Mrs. John P. Keller Mr. and Mrs. S. Jay Stewart Anonymous (2) University Surgeons, S.C. and Office of Philanthropy staff join the Mrs. R. Gordon (Rhoda Grupe) Brown Mrs. Thomas A. Kelly Elizabeth Baker Stonecipher (PSL 1963) Affiliated Radiologists, S.C. VNA Foundation Winnetka Auxiliary of the Woman’s Board entire Rush family in expressing (Pres 1945)* Lorraine E. Kenny, MS, RN (RCON 1985) Joyce M. Stoops (Pres 1953) Allstate Corporation Winnetka Junior Auxiliary of the Woman’s Board our condolences to the family. Sally Brozenec, RN, PhD (RCON 1977) James Kirkpatrick Dr. (RMC 1941) and Mrs. Blake Strother Talbot Bears Care Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. B. Bynoe Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Borwell Knight April Teitelbaum, MD (RMC 1977), and Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund Pastora San Juan Cafferty Norma R. Koke Charles and M.R. Shapiro Foundation $10,000 to $24,999 Austin Bernstein Dr. and Mrs. David D. Caldarelli Kay and Fred Krehbiel Helen and Richard Thomas The Chicago Community Trust American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation Lori M. Koke Castillo Karen V. Lamb (PSL 1967 and RCON 1982, 1991) Mary Nell and Bide Thomas Chicago Foundlings Home Band From TV, LLC Marilyn T. Chamberlain (SL 1954) Harold Laufman, MD, PhD (RMC 1937) Mr. and Mrs. (PSL 1961) Allan E. Thompson Sr. The Coleman Foundation, Inc. Barbara Notz Hines Foundation Callie Anne and W. H. Clark Mrs. Seymour J. Layfer Mrs. Wanda L. Tiemann (SL 1937)* CSL Behring Foundation Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation Mr.* and Mrs. H. Grant Clark Jr. Robert H. Lehner, MD (RMC 1941) Dee L. Van Leeuwen Gavers Community Cancer Foundation The Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation Marion R. Van Dyke Clark (Pres 1944) Nancy J. Levang Mr. and Mrs. Henry von Ferstel George W. and Lessie K. Wadsworth Chicago White Sox Charities Mrs. William A. Copen Burton A. Lewis Mrs. Jerome Waldman, MD Memorial Fund Cyberpulse, LLC Mrs. Ann Shattuck Courtenay (Pres 1943) Joyce Lichauco Mr. William P. Waldron Illinois Tool Works Foundation Deafness Research Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Oscar O. D’Angelo Judith I. Linquist Mr. Ernest P. Waud III Lula Bowman Trust DJO, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Darnall Amy and Don Lubin Robert Weber The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Edward R. James Homes Michael H. Davidson, MD Mr. and Mrs. John W. Madigan Dr. Milton and Joan Weinberg (Pres 1953) Parkinson’s Research Edwin F. Schild Charitable Foundation Dr.* and Mrs. William E. Deutsch Wayne S. Margolis, MD (RMC 1980) Edward J. Weiner, MD (RMC 1973) Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush LLC EMD Serono, Inc. Elizabeth G. Dietrich (Pres 1951) Lynne Marley JoAnn Wadley Weisberg Molex Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Marr III Food 4 Less Harold and Faye Abbott (PSL 1967) Dittemore Gail S. Willson Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Paul Dorcic Dr. John (RMC 1978) and Barbara McClean George M. Eisenberg Foundation for Charities Janice A. Comstock Wilson (SL 1951) The Dr. Ralph and Marian Falk Medical Grant Healthcare Foundation Elsie M. and Gary R. Dorn Patricia A. McCreary, MD Patricia Daley Wilson, RN (PSL 1962) Research Trust Joseph N. DuCanto Diane McKeever and Eric Jensen Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund Jeanette and Leon Wirt The Retirement Research Foundation KLS Martin L.P. Janet L. Engstrom, PhD, RN, CNM, and Jack Nancy Lou Horrell McNamara (PSL 1960) Vicki J. Woodward and John J. Glier The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Kowalski, MD (RMC 1975) Richard E. Melcher, MD, FAAFP (RMC 1975) Lloyd A. Fry Foundation Dorothy E. Yates (Pres 1937) Searle Funds at The Chicago Community Trust Medical Specialists Centers of Indiana Randy J. Epstein, MD (RMC 1980) James E. Memmen, MD (RMC 1981) Jo Ann Young (Pres 1953) Smith & Nephew Endoscopy The Metro Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Erickson Dorothy (SL 1956) and Egon Menker Robert G. Zadylak, MD University Pathologists, P. C. Metro Infectious Disease Consultants, LLC Kim M. (RMC 1978) and John (RMC 1978) Fehir Mrs. Ruth P. Taff Meyer (Pres 1953) Drs. Joan E. and Russ Zajtchuk William T. Grant Foundation The National Organization for Hearing Mr. and Mrs. Wade Fetzer III Laverne G. Miller, BSN, RN (PSL 1966) Woman’s Board of Rush University Medical Research Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field Martha J. Mills (PSL 1965) Realized Bequests Center Navigant Consulting Mr. Robert F. Finke Bruce R. Monaco, MD (RMC 1974) Mrs. Rosalyn Finke Patricia Galloway Morley The estates of the following individuals provided Oil-Dri Corporation of America vital support to Rush University Medical Center $50,000 to $99,999 The Gerald M. and Mary L. Fisch Trust Hamilton Moses III, MD (RMC 1975) Prince Charitable Trusts Mr. George A. Fisher Jr.* Joan C. Nelson, MSN, RN (SL 1953) during FY2009, thereby perpertuating their Anonymous Radiation Oncology Institute Lenore (“Leafy”) and John C. Fogarty Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Newman impact on people and programs at Rush. Ariel Investments Reyes Holdings, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Jorge O. Galante Bess and Arthur Nicholas Arthrex, Inc. Robert R. McCormick Foundation Michelle (RCON 1975) and Larry Goodman George A. Nicola Jr., MD (RMC 1979) Estate of Mrs. John A. Bigler Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation Scheck & Siress John D. Gottlick Mr. Einar M. Nordahl Estate of Annie MacDonald Gunn Bond Community Memorial Foundation The Sidley Austin Foundation Diane and Michael Grant Mrs. Jean P. Pierzchala (SL 1947) Estate of Bertram Capus, MD (RMC 1937) Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation, Illinois- Gregory M. Graves, MD (RMC 1974) Liza Marie Pilch, MD, FACEP (RMC 1994) Estate of Bette Cramer Dr. Scholl Foundation Eastern Iowa District of Kiwanis International Judith Berry Griffin Irvin S. Pilger, MD (RMC 1940) Estate of William E. Deutsch, MD Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Stepan Company Dr. Catherine B. (RMC 1980) and Mr. Beatrice L. Pitcher, MD (RMC 1976) Estate of Eileen Hastings Duncan The G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Water Street Capital Partners LLC James Grotelueschen Susan Margaret Poirier, BSN (RCON 1977) Estate of Lorraine E. Ejan Charitable Foundation Weiner Insurance Annette Raff Haag (PSL 1964) Cynthia and David Polayes Estate of Juliette M. Eliscu, MD (RMC 1936) Huntington’s Disease Society of America The Whisper Memorial Foundation Judith M. (PSL 1960) and Glen L. Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Oren Pollock Estate of George A. Fisher Jr. Northern Trust Willis Stein & Partners J. Brian Hancock, MD, FACEP (RMC 1975) Ann and Sydney Pond Estate of Edward Inman Fox Ossur Americas Karen S. Harrer (RCON 1981) Mrs. Sheila Jacques Putzel Estate of Louise C. Fruehling Partnership for Cures (Rockford Chapter) and Dr. and Mrs. (Pres 1952) Clifford Harris Maribeth and Martin Rahe Estate of Mrs. John S. Graettinger the LUNGevity Foundation *Denotes deceased Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Heidrick Elizabeth J. Redmond Estate of Jack Hoekzema, MD (RMC 1934) Sanofi-Aventis U.S. Dr. and Mrs. William F. Hejna Norman T. Redmond Estate of Marie K. Holecek Carolyn Wessel Helf, BSN, RN (Pres 1957 and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Reighard Estates of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Karnes Estates of Elaine E. and Eugene Linwood $25,000 to $49,999 RCON 1987) Miss S. Rita Rimkus (Pres 1954) June Elaine Hell, in memory of Heinz Josef Hell Mrs. Helen C. (Gianutsos) Robertson (SL 1946) Kidd, MD (RMC 1939) Anonymous Frank R. Hendrickson, MD Mrs. Ward C. Rogers Estate of Carolyn L. Link Alternatives Research & Development Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Henikoff Lisa Rosenberg, PhD, RN Estate of Edgar A. Lutz Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Henry Mrs. Naomi O. Rowley Estate of Mary Lou Bell McGrew (SL 1934) Association of Women Surgeons Foundation Mr. Jon A. Herb Mr. James R. Russell Estate of Evalyn J. Mikes, RN (SL 1941) Brain Research Foundation Judy and Marvin Herb Robert A. Ryan, MD (RMC 1942)* Estate of Mabel W. Holderman Russell The Brinson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Herb Karen S. Sable, MD (RMC 1984) (SL 1929) The Byron H. Somers Foundation Ms. June Heyer Leibert J. Sandars, MD (RMC 1941) Estate of Maggy M. Sachs Castle Foundation, Inc. Miriam Hoover The Hon. Anne O’Laughlin Scott Estate of Sylvio Sciarretta Eli Lilly & Company Mr. J. Taylor Hurst Beverly E. Shaw Estate of Kasriel Tausk, MD Harris Bank Mrs. Helen Roedl Jacobsen (SL 1937) Alyce K. Sigler Estates of Wanda L. Tiemann, RN (SL 1937), Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation Shirley and Dick Jaffee Denise G. and Harold B. Smith and George Tiemann JPMorgan Chase Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Jannotta Mrs. Kathleen Daubert Smith* Estate of Irene J. Werner Madison Community Foundation 38 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 39 GOVERNANCE Board of Trustees Stephen N. Potter The Honorable Anne O. Scott Charles E. Behl, Vice President, John W. Rogers Jr. Michael Simpson Revenue Cycle Principal Officers John J. Sabl Robert A. Southern Max D. Brown, JD, Vice John F. Sandner S. Jay Stewart President, Legal Affairs; Richard M. Jaffee, Chairman Gloria Santona, Esq. Philip W. K. Sweet Jr. General Counsel Susan Crown, Vice Chair Carole Browe Segal* Frank J. Techar Paul M. Carvey, PhD, Dean, William M. Goodyear, Alejandro Silva Bide L. Thomas The Graduate College Vice Chair Harold Byron Smith Jr.* Marilou Von Ferstel Richard K. Davis, Vice President, Robert L. Heidrick, Vice Chair David B. Speer H. Blair White Medical Affairs; Principal Donald G. Lubin, Esq., Carl W. Stern Business Officer, Rush Vice Chair Richard L. Thomas* *Member of the Executive University Larry Goodman, MD, President Charles A. Tribbett III Committee List as of Tony Davis, Vice President, and Chief Executive Officer John R. Willis December 2009 Finance Thomas J. Wilson* Melanie C. Dreher, PhD, RN, General Trustees John A. Wing Medical Staff Officers Dean, Rush University Robert A. Wislow College of Nursing John M. Boler Robert P. DeCresce, MD, Barbara Jil Wu, PhD Bruce M. Elegant, Vice President, John L. Brennan President Marca L. Bristo Catherine Dimou, MD, President Hospital Operations; Annual Trustees President and Chief Execu- Peter C. B. Bynoe, Esq. Elect Pastora San Juan Cafferty Connie Busse Ashline* Richard Sandler, MD, Secretary tive Officer, Rush Oak Park W.H. Clark* Robert A. Balk, MD Steven Gitelis, MD, Treasurer Hospital E. David Coolidge III Susan R. Bottum* Brent Estes, Vice President, Christopher M. Crane Robert P. DeCresce, MD* Nursing Staff Officers Managed Care Programs Susan Crown* Margaret Faut-Callahan, PhD, and Services; President, Rush Robert J. Darnall* Rachel E. Start, BSN, President Health Associates CRNA Erik McIntosh, BSN, President Robert M. Davis Catherine B. Grotelueschen, MD Lois K. Halstead, PhD, RN, Vice Howard M. Dean Elect President, University Affairs; Ronald M. Hem Maria Jamison, BSN, Secretary James W. DeYoung* Vice Provost, Rush University Jerald Hoekstra Scott Czarnecki, BSN, Thomas A. Donahoe Bradley G. Hinrichs, Anthony D. Ivankovich, MD Treasurer Bruce W. Duncan Administrative Vice Rt. Rev. Jeffrey D. Lee ©2010 Rush University Medical Center. All rights reserved. Art direction, design and copywriting provided by Rush University Medical Center. Christine A. Edwards* President of Transformation Charles L. Evans, PhD John H. McEachern Jr.* Management Joan E. Kurtenbach, Vice W. James Farrell* Michael F. O’Brien Larry Goodman, MD, President President, Strategic Larry Field Consuelo Pierrepont and Chief Executive Officer Planning, Marketing and Robert F. Finke Karen C. Reid Communications Peter W. Butler, Executive Cyrus F. Freidheim Jr. John M. Sachs, DDS Jane G. Llewellyn, PhD, RN, Vice President and Chief William J. Friend Karen B. Weinstein, MD NEA-BC, Vice President, Operating Officer Principal photography provided by Kevin Horan. Additional photos provided by the Rush Photo Group and Eric Herzog. J. Erik Fyrwald J. Robert Clapp Jr., Senior Vice Clinical Nursing and Chief Jorge O. Galante, MD, DMSc Life Trustees President, Hospital Affairs; Nursing Officer; Associate Ronald J. Gidwitz* Hall Adams Jr. Executive Director, Rush Dean for Practice, Rush Sue Ling Gin Mrs. Frederick M. Allen University Hospitals University College of Nursing Richard W. Gochnauer Roger E. Anderson John Lowenberg, Vice President, Thomas A. Deutsch, MD, Senior Larry Goodman, MD* Philanthropy Mrs. Bowen Blair Vice President, Medical William M. Goodyear* Sheri L. Marker, Vice President, Edward McCormick Blair Affairs; Dean, Rush Medi- Sandra P. Guthman Human Resources William G. Brown cal College; Provost, Rush William J. Hagenah III James L. Mulshine, MD, Vice John H. Bryan University Joan M. Hall* President, Medical Affairs Donald B. Davidson Catherine A. Jacobson, Senior William K. Hall* Reverend David A. Donovan and Associate Provost for Vice President, Strategic Christie Hefner Bernard J. Echlin Planning and Finance; Chief Research, Rush University Robert L. Heidrick* Wade Fetzer III Financial Officer; Treasurer, Jaime B. Parent, Vice President, Marcie B. Hemmelstein Marshall Field The Trustees Information Technology and Jay L. Henderson John P. Frazee Jr. Diane M. McKeever, Associate Chief Information Marvin J. Herb David W. Grainger Senior Vice President, Officer John W. Higgins Robert J. Hasterlik, MD Philanthropy; Chief Terry Peterson, Vice President, Ron Huberman Leo M. Henikoff, MD Development Officer; Government Affairs Richard M. Jaffee* Mrs. Edward Hines Secretary, the Trustees David C. Shelledy, PhD, Dean, Silas Keehn* Thomas R. Hodgson Avery S. Miller, Senior Vice College of Health Sciences John P. Keller Edgar D. Jannotta President, Corporate and Brian T. Smith, Vice President, Kip Kirkpatrick John E. Jones External Affairs Medical Affairs-Clinical Prac- Fred A. Krehbiel Thomas J. Klutznick Lac Van Tran, tice; Executive Director, Rush Sheldon Lavin Herbert B. Knight Senior Vice President, University Medical Group Aylwin B. Lewis Vernon R. Loucks Jr. Information Services; Chief Scott E. Sonnenschein, Donald G. Lubin, Esq.* John W. Madigan Information Officer; Associate Vice President, Hospital Andrew J. McKenna Jr. Right Reverend James W. Dean, Information Technol- Operations Wayne L. Moore* Montgomery ogy, Rush University Mick P. Zdeblick, Vice President, Robert S. Morrison Richard M. Morrow David A. Ansell, MD, Campus Transformation Abby McCormick O’Neil Robert A. Pritzker Vice President, Clinical Aurie A. Pennick Maribeth S. Rahe Affairs; Chief Medical Officer; Sheila A. Penrose Sheli Z. Rosenberg Associate Dean, Clinical Perry R. Pero Patrick G. Ryan Affairs, Rush Medical College 40 2009 ANNUAL REPORT 41 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. www.rush.edu/giving www.rush.edu Rush is committed to the environment and to the responsible stewardship of the world’s natural resources. To show that commitment, we have chosen to print this report on 10 percent postconsumer waste paper, using soy-based inks.
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