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					  REVIVAL OF OKLAHOMA
STATE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL
        CENTER

           Speaker:
  OSUMC Chief Executive Officer
      Jan Slater JD, MBA
         OSUMC: Who We Are
• Public Tertiary Acute Care Academic Medical
  Center
  –   249 licensed beds
  –   18 licensed bassinets
  –   Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  –   44,000 Emergency Department visits/year
  –   1000 employees
  –   400 physician in 16 service lines
  –   Fully accredited by The Joint Commission and the
      American Osteopathic Association.
       OSUMC Services of
          Distinction
• Largest Osteopathic Teaching Hospital in the
  U.S.
• Serves as official teaching hospital for the
  Oklahoma State University College of
  Osteopathic Medicine.
• Graduates 40 residency or fellowship trained
  physicians per year
• Telemedicine Program
• Nurses Improving Care for Health System Elders
  (NICHE)
• Oklahoma’s top ranked Wound Care Clinic &
  Hyperbaric Treatment Center
       Residency & Fellowship Programs
    OSU Medical Center currently hosts 134
    Residents and Fellows in 16 Programs

•   Emergency Medicine    • Cardiology Fellowships
•   Family Practice       • Interventional Cardiology
•   General Surgery         Fellowships
•   Internal Medicine     • Diagnostic Radiology
•   OB/Gyn                • Interventional Radiology
•   Pediatrics            • Nephrology Fellowship
•   Ophthalmology         • Orthopedics
•   Anesthesiology        • Otolaryngology/Facial
                            Plastic Surgery
                          • Pulmonology Fellowship
                                               OSUMC Trust Payor Mix


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                             99 SELF-PAY       01 MEDICARE - PPS            03 MEDICAID    COMMERCIAL
                                        Community Support Through
                                              December 31, 2009
          Organization                        Description              Amount       Received

Chapman Trust (via St. John)      Funding for Self Pay services         2,300,000    1,000,000
George Kaiser Family Foundation   In discussions                        2,300,000
Morningside Foundation            Equipment grant                       1,000,000
City of Tulsa                     Energy Efficiency grant               1,300,000
Saint Francis Hospital            Fellowship funding                    1,000,000
  Total Grant and Contributions                                         7,900,000    1,000,000
George Kaiser Family Foundation   Interest free loan - initial Trust    7,825,000    7,825,000
                                    transaction funding
OSU                               Initial Year Capital Contribution     2,500,000    1,850,668
OSU                               Contribution                         20,000,000   15,892,538
OHCA Federal Match                One time supplemental M/Caid         25,000,000   12,500,000
State Appropriation               Five year commitment                  5,000,000    5,000,000
                                                                       52,500,000   35,243,206
Capital Improvement Loan          Loan based on $2.5 million           22,500,000   22,500,000
 (Bank of Oklahoma)                 annual contribution from OSU
Total                                                                  90,725,000   66,568,206
                                     Strategic Initiatives
                                            2009 - 2011
                      Attract more patients and take great care of them




 Primary Care                   Specialist                    Facility and
  Recruitment                  Recruitment                    Equipment                        Marketing
                                                             Enhancement



Family Medicine                  Cardiology                    Infrastructure                 Targeted
      (4)                           (1)                            and IT                Physicians/ Hospitals



                               Cardiovascular
Internal Medicine                                                                               Targeted
                                  Surgery                         Surgery
       (4)                                                                                    Service Lines
                                     (1)


                                                                                                System
                                   Urology
                                                                Cardiology                   Partnerships
                                     (1)
                                                                                            VA, Tribes, IHS



                                Orthopedics                   Interventional                  Emergency
                                    (2)                         Radiology                     Department



                                  ENT (1) ?
                                                               Wound Care



                             Gastroenterology
                                   (1)
                                    Year 2




    The mission of OSUMC is to be a premiere Osteopathic Academic Medical Center which provides high quality
    health services, delivered with compassion for patients and their families, respect for employees, physicians,
  and other healthcare professionals, ensures our viability and growth through sound fiscal and ethical performance
         and in cooperation with OSUCHS provides a superior training ground for healthcare professionals.

				
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