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2009 OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER’S INTEGRITY COMPASSION QUALITY COMMUNITY BENEFIT REPORT STEWARDSHIP RESPECT TEAMWORK 2009 Community Benefit Report CONTENTS Dear Friends, 3 Employees Support United Way Throughout 2009, you could First Federal Doing Good not pick up a newspaper or turn for OMC on the TV without seeing news Discovery Trail Virtual Challenge about the tough economic climate facing America. 4 2009: A Year of Progress Olympic Medical Center is the main source of health care in Clallam County and also the largest employer, Community Value Index® with more than 1,000 employees. ® This issue will explain how we weathered the economic storm of 6 2009 Community Benefits 2009. The good news is that despite Financial Report serious ongoing challenges, Olympic 2009 Board of Commissioners: Medical is poised to continue providing John Beitzel (secretary), Jim Cammack, safe, quality and efficient health care Jim Leskinovitch (president), for our patients. 8 2009: A Year of Generosity John Nutter, Arlene Engel and In 2009, we followed our Strategic Jean Hordyk. Plan and set forth on an ambitious path to increase the quality of care offered by our facilities, while ensuring the necessity of every expenditure required to provide that care. Capital spending was relegated to the purchase of vital equipment. 10 2009 Olympic Medical We steadily improved our financial performance despite declining Center Donors patient volumes. We carefully utilized our levy funds. Health care reform was a major concern for us in 2009. We closely monitored the rapidly changing reform efforts and became Jim Leskinovitch involved at the federal level. Our rural community is unique, so 2009 Board President we went to Washington, D.C., as part of the Washington State Hospital Association’s Rural Advocacy Days delegation, to make sure our legislators heard our local health care needs and challenges. We continue to receive generous support from our community through the OMC Foundation and other community partners. We are thankful for the hard work of tireless volunteers and fundraising through special events and activities. Donations this year helped us purchase needed medical equipment and support programs for patients. A list of our donors is included in this issue. Looking to 2010 and beyond, we will continue to work closely Eric Lewis with our community partners to strengthen health care options for CEO all of us. Living Well is the official publication of Olympic Medical Center and Clallam County Public Hospital District #2, located at 939 Caroline Street, Port Angeles, Washington 98362 • (360) 417-7000 • www.olympicmedical.org • To change your address or be removed from the Living Well mailing list, call (360) 417-7122 or e-mail Eric Lewis Jim Leskinovitch email@example.com. ADMINISTRATOR 2009 PRESIDENT EDITOR: Rhonda L. Curry OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS MANAGING EDITORS: Jeff Anderson, Bobby L. Beeman CONTRIBUTING WRITERS: Bobby Beeman, Thomas Crocker, Adam Haskew Our Mission DESIGNER: Sherri Thornton Working together to provide excellence in health care. PHOTOS: David Conklin Photography, Eric Neurath Photography, Bobby Beeman PUBLISHER: True North Custom Publishing, LLC (800) 624-7496 2 www.olympicmedical.org OMC Employees Exceed GIVING GOAL for United Way T he 2009 employee-organized United Way Combined Fund Drive surpassed the fundraising goal of $130,000, with 579 employees raising nearly $137,000 for the United Way. Employees also raised money by Karen Thompson | Sandy Smith | Holly Wilkinson | Jodie Jones participating in a special shopping sale and through an employee-sponsored Karen Thompson | Sandy Smith | Holly Wilkinson | Jodie Jones Taking Steps basket raffle contest. “Our employees really care about the to Steps to Health TakingBetter Better Health community they serve, which is clearly evident through their generous support of the United Way,” says Bobby Beeman, OMC Combined Fund Drive Sandy, Karen, Holly and Jodie are among Sandy, Karen, Holly and Jodie are among many OMC employees taking part in the co-chair of the United Way Combined co-chairs Bobby Beeman, marketing many OMC employees who took part in the and communications, and Eric Lewis, Olympic Discovery Trail Virtual Challenge. Fund Drive and marketing and public Olympic Discovery Trail Virtual Learn more at www.olympicmedical.org. Challenge. relations coordinator at Olympic Medical. CEO, worked closely with Jody Moss, Learn more at www.olympicmedical.org. executive director of the United Way “Year after year, we make one of the largest group contributions to the annual (center) to raise nearly $137,000 for the United Way and OMC charities. United Way campaign.” Eric Lewis, co-chair of the United Way Combined Fund Drive and CEO of Olympic Medical, appreciates the efforts of 22 Million Steps = 11,000 the employee committee who organized the fundraising activities. “This successful fundraising effort couldn’t be achieved without the dedication Miles =1 GIANT LEAP of the employees who organize the fund drive each year,” Lewis says. “These for Employee Health! employees are dedicated to doing good things for our community and their ❋ fellow employees, and I really appreciate the great work they do.” O lympic Medical Center employees joined together to walk more than 11,000 miles as part of the Olympic Discovery Trail Virtual Other members of the OMC Combined Fund Drive Challenge. The six-week community challenge committee include: promoted health and wellness in Clallam County. Jeff Anderson and Sharon Stevenson, strategic marketing and communications; Nearly 100 medical center employees participated in Susan Cooper, Olympic Medical Cancer Center; Heather Delplain, human the Olympic Discovery Trail Virtual Challenge. The resources; Lillian Domning, nutrition services; Patti Green, Olympic Medical challenge was the most successful employee wellness Home Health; Pamela Hawney, administration; Stacie Neff, quality support activity ever for Olympic Medical. Employees helped services; Sally Rowland, medical staff services; Sandy Smith, human resources; set the pace for the community and took first place in and Lorraine Wall, nursing adminstration. the friendly local competition among area organizations. FIRST FEDERAL Doing Good for OMC In recognition that having a healthy community means having accessible, state-of-the-art health care options, First Federal awarded Olympic Medical Center $375,000 from the First Federal Community Dividend Program. The funds went toward the purchase of digital mammography equipment and the enhancement of women’s breast health programs. Olympic Medical Center, in partnership with the Olympic Medical Center Foundation, is using the funds to provide the best in mammography to our local community. In November 2009, Olympic Medical Center unveiled plaques that were placed in each mammography “This gift is a generous contribution toward digital mammography, and suite to honor First Federal’s generous donation. First we are extremely grateful to Federal’s Elaine Gentilo, director of human resources, First Federal,” explains Rhonda and Gina Lowman, director of sales and marketing, Curry, assistant administrator, are seen here with OMC’s Eric Lewis, Deby King, Olympic Medical. Rhonda Curry, Pamela Hawney, Kacey Eichacker, and OMC Foundation’s Sara Maloney and Bruce Skinner. www.olympicmedical.org 3 2009 Community Benefit Report Looking Back at a Year of Progress In 2009, Olympic Medical Center continued to improve quality and service, recruit skilled physicians and maintain the standard of excellence employees and medical staff have worked hard to build. A Guide for the Future The Right Information In 2009, Olympic Medical Center in the Right Hands followed a restructured Strategic Plan at the Right Time with a focus on three categories: The expansion of the hospital- 1) Quality, Patient Safety and Satisfaction; based electronic medical record Community Value Index® 2) OMC and Community Relationships; system to incorporate physician 3) Organizational Performance. To keep notes and patient charts is a ® pace with the dynamic nature of health patient safety initiative, as well as care, Olympic Medical now updates the an important tool for physicians Strategic Plan on a yearly basis. Please and clinical staff caring for patients. find the new 2010 Strategic Plan at www. “Hospital-based electronic olympicmedical.org. medical record tools make it easier for physicians to access the Emergency Department Excellent Physicians Critical information they need in a timely Growth to Excellent Health Care manner,” says Eric Lewis, CEO, Olympic A long-term goal at Olympic Medical Olympic Medical redoubled its efforts Medical. “This allows physicians to better is to expand the emergency department to recruit and retain quality physicians as manage chronic diseases and puts the (ED) and, in 2009, we formed a task part of the Strategic Plan and achieved right information in the right hands at force of physicians, nurses and other great success in this area, recruiting more the right time, thereby helping to ensure personnel to plan the project. The than a dozen new providers in 2009. successful patient care.” purpose of the expansion is to improve “Excellent physicians are critical to the quality and safety of patient care, excellent health care, and we’re pleased Our Investment in which includes reducing patients’ length that our focus on this principle has Women’s Health of stay in the ED. Olympic Medical paid off,” says Rhonda Curry, assistant Part of our commitment to providing Center aims to complete the ED administrator, Olympic Medical quality patient care involves keeping expansion in late 2012 or early 2013. Center. “Our strategic marketing and pace with changing technology. In 2009, communications department now has Olympic Medical invested $3 million in Ready for Emergencies a separate physician relations program new medical equipment. A community hospital must be charged with enhancing the retention The most anticipated purchases ready to provide medical care during and recruitment process.” included three digital mammography any emergency. In 2009, Olympic units and two digital bone densitometry Medical hired a dedicated emergency machines. Digital mammography preparedness coordinator to raise its holds several advantages over its disaster readiness to the next level. film predecessor, including a faster “Having someone dedicated to this patient experience and clearer images. effort allows us to place our emergency Physicians can manipulate the images to preparedness efforts in the hands of gain a better view of the breast. Similarly, someone who can devote time and digital bone densitometry machines energy solely to helping us prepare for provide clearer results and help detect the unforeseen,” says Lewis. bone loss (osteoporosis). 4 www.olympicmedical.org Radiologist Hampton Sessions, MD, reviews digital mammography images in his Olympic Medical Center-based office. Dr. Sessions is one of four local radiologists who signed on in 2009 with Radia, Olympic Medical’s radiology group partner, to work locally. Honored Again – Twice Speaking Up for Our Olympic Medical Center once again Community’s Health received recognition for the value As the topic of health care reform and excellent care it provides patients. spread across the nation in 2009, In 2009, Olympic Medical received Olympic Medical Center represented two prestigious awards. For the sixth the interests of rural Clallam County in year in a row, Cleverley + Associates Washington, D.C. Community Value Index (CVI) “We met with our senators and their named Olympic Medical a Five-Star legislative aides to present what we Hospital. The CVI gauges hospitals felt was important, and we’ve stayed across the country on their community in touch with those individuals to make involvement, cost of services to patients sure the health care package does and efficient use of financial resources. as much good in Clallam County as HomeCare Elite honored Olympic possible,” Lewis says. “A majority of Medical Home Health as one of the our patients depend on Medicare, and top 100 home health agencies in the it’s crucial that we maintain or improve United States for the third time in Medicare reimbursement to help ensure Olympic Medical Center’s Cynthia four years. To receive this recognition, they receive the care they need.” Beltrami, RN, assists one of our many Home Health demonstrated Visit www.olympicmedical.org to wonderful patients during her stay on excellence in every aspect of its read Olympic Medical’s 2010–2012 the medical/surgical unit. operations, including service, clinical Strategic Plan. quality and financial stewardship. www.olympicmedical.org 5 2009 2009 Community Benefit Report Financial Report to the Community In 2009, Olympic Medical Center maintained strong financial footing despite a faltering economy and uncertainty in health care nationwide. Olympic Medical achieved a 3.3% margin in 2009, providing it with needed resources to continue the work on expanding the emergency department, implementing electronic medical records, recruiting medical specialists, and purchasing state-of-the-art medical technologies that help the medical center meet community need. In combination with strong financial stewardship and the collection of tax levy funds, Olympic Medical achieved this margin, in part, because of a one-time, prior-year settlement from Medicare that totaled approximately $1.3 million. Olympic Medical Center continued to provide area free clinics with financial support and in-kind services, totaling approximately $200,000. In addition, the medical center provided nearly $28,000 of in-kind support to the VA Clinic. Olympic Medical’s support of these needed programs helps lessen the impact of bad debt and charity care. The availability of free clinics in the community provides preventive care and chronic disease management to uninsured and underinsured patients, and prevents urgent visits to the emergency department. 2009 YTD Statistics Variance 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 08-09 Cardiac Procedures* 17,629 17,758 19,159 23,811 24,686 23,145 -6.2% Surgical Procedures 3,493 3,467 3,742 3,724 4,040 3,903 -3.39% Rehab Procedures 83,763 89,256 93,069 101,647 109,172 118,580 8.62% Home Health Visits 25,472 26,514 22,242 23,888 24,948 27,542 10.40% Lab Procedures 1,026,007 1,089,680 1,261,191 1,358,030 1,392,251 1,417,944 1.85% Endoscopies 3,287 3,179 2,725 2,897 2,954 2,635 -10.80% Oncology Procedures 14,298 17,019 16,800 21,033 21,275 26,062 22.50% ED Visits 23,624 24,689 25,069 26,553 26,841 27,212 1.38% Imaging Procedures 61,229 63,013 68,124 74,034 74,799 76,901 2.81% Avg. Daily Admissions 15.0 14.6 13.7 12.5 12.2 12.3 1.19% Avg. Daily Census 47.8 47.5 47.4 45.5 44.3 41.8 -5.57% CT Scans 10,314 10,975 11,958 12,243 11,786 11,770 -0.14% Short Stay Visits 10,178 10,234 9,740 11,152 10,345 9,196 -11.11% Adjusted Patient Days 40,842 42,922 44,102 54,547 54,919 53,439 -2.69% 6 www.olympicmedical.org % Operating Margin % Operating Margin 1999–20091999-2009 % Operating Margin 16.5% 14.0% 11.5% 8.1% 9.0% 7.5% 6.6% 6.5% 4.3% 4.0% 3.3% 4.0% 3.2% 1.7% 2.0% 1.5% 1.6% -0.7% -1.0% 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 19 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 % Operating Margin 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Net Op. Inc. ($) 4,201,000 4,097,000 4,095,000 2,190,000 3,017,000 3,237,000 1,541,000 1,607,000 (795,945) 2,368,718 4,208,555 Net Revenue ($) 51,841,000 54,896,000 62,184,000 68,644,000 70,556,000 81,830,000 88,722,000 100,454,000 110,750,016 121,239,676 128,785,110 % Op. Margin 8.1% 7.5% 6.6% 3.2% 4.3% 4.0% 1.7% 1.6% -0.7% 2.0% 3.3% 2008 Financials Bad Debt and Charity Care Net Revenue $121,239,676 Expenses $118,870,958 Net Operating Income $2,368,718 Bad Debt 2004 $2,658,872; Bottom Line % Operating Margin 2.0% Charity Care $1,250,085 2009 Financials 2005 $3,647,554; Net Revenue $128,785,110 $1,395,480 Expenses $124,576,555 Net Operating Income $4,208,555 Bottom Line % Operating Margin 3.3% 2006 $3,507,808; $1,861,381 OMC Financial Support of Community Clinics Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics 2007 $4,063,408; Lab and X-ray $36,499 $2,008,108 Behavioral Health and Medications $55,739 In-Kind Rent $9,072 Total $101,310 2008 $4,627,386 Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic $2,293,978 Lab and X-ray $60,428 In-Kind Rent $38,640 Total $99,068 2009 $5,354,836 VA Clinic $2,766,950 Lab and X-ray $4,795 In-Kind Rent $22,800 0 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, ,00 2,00 3,00 4,00 5,00 6,00 7,00 8,00 Total $27,595 $1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Overall Total $227,973 2009 Total $8,121,786 www.olympicmedical.org 7 2009 Community Benefit Report Olympic Medical Center Foundation events have helped fund hundreds of thousands of dollars of equipment – spanning from Celebrating Another Year of For a community hospital to succeed, the contributions of volunteers and neighbors are invaluable. Olympic Medical Center is blessed with a community that believes in and supports the hospital’s mission and commitment to quality health care. I n 2009, the Olympic Medical Bionic Woman, the event was a night of in style, this gala and auction event Center Foundation experienced a glitz and glamour. Guests celebrated raised nearly $100,000 and is the largest tremendous outpouring of support with cocktails and delicious food as fundraiser in Port Angeles for Olympic and assistance from the community they watched the Academy Awards Medical Center. through a series of exciting events. telecast on two screens and four large Across the Olympic Peninsula, residents televisions. Hollywood Nights proved Duck Derby participated in the Foundation’s to be a resounding success – raising This year, Foundation volunteers sold events and helped make the year an $48,000 – and is certain to become a more than 30,400 ducks for the annual overwhelming success. Foundation tradition. Great Olympic Peninsula Duck Derby as community members scrambled to Hollywood Nights Festival of Trees win the grand prize of a Toyota Tacoma. Last year marked Olympic Medical’s The Foundation held the 19th Each duck sold for $5 or six for $25, inaugural Hollywood Nights celebration. annual Festival of Trees celebration making this event a tremendous success Featuring live and silent auctions and on Thanksgiving weekend at the Vern while providing a day of fun for the an appearance by special guest Lindsay Burton Community Center in Port community on the day of the race. Wagner, famous for her role in The Angeles. Kicking off the holiday season Local Volunteers Support Olympic Medical Through Service and Donations Olympic Medical Center continues to the comprehensive medical provider volunteers raised more than $21,500 benefit from the generous Olympic for patients in Port Angeles, Sequim and to purchase equipment and support Medical Center Auxiliary and the Sequim- throughout Clallam County. scholarship programs. Proceeds raised Dungeness Hospital Guild. Through Olympic Medical Center Auxiliary, a by the Auxiliary came from the Olympic earnest and determined fundraising volunteer group, dedicates thousands of Medical gift shop and several annual initiatives, these organizations help service hours and funds to the medical events and funded: Olympic Medical maintain its role as center. In 2009, the Auxiliary’s 50-plus 8 www.olympicmedical.org needed medical equipment and laboratory vehicles to educational materials and programs to meet patient needs. Community Generosity Team OMC as “An Evening in Barcelona,” this Olympic Medical’s annual education For the Foundation, few events are as year’s event marked the second most of women’s heart health. Offering inspiring as Team OMC. Encouraging successful Harvest of Hope in the informative materials regarding the participants to get active and support history of the event, bringing together risks of heart disease and highlighting a good cause, Team OMC registers nearly 200 people and raising more the expertise of keynote speakers participants for a half or full-length than $112,000. The proceeds of the Peter Albro, MD, and Rebecca Corley, marathon held in various locations event support cancer patients of the MD, the event was truly a unique around the country. Olympic Medical Thomas Family Cancer Center. opportunity for women to learn about then provides athletic training and other The gala featured Spanish wines, and celebrate their hearts. services and encourages participants in and guests participated in an exciting Raising more than $20,000, the their fundraising endeavors. Individuals live auction, which allowed them to event helped Olympic Medical raise $2,500 and couples raise $4,500, bid on items such as a pair of tickets purchase six automated external the proceeds of which go toward the to the World Series and private defibrillator devices to place purchase of needed medical equipment dinners. Virginia Southmayd, a local throughout the community. in areas they designate, such as cardiac, breast cancer survivor, spoke at the To learn more about the Olympic cancer or obstetrics. gala, describing her fight against the Medical Foundation and events deadly disease. planned for 2010, call (360) 417-7144. Winemaker’s Gala For more information about volunteer The seventh annual celebration of Red, Set, Go! opportunities at Olympic Medical the Harvest of Hope Winemaker’s Heart Luncheon Center, call (360) 565-9110. Gala transported attendees to the Held on February 27, 2009, the rustic beauty of coastal Spain. Touted Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon marked • Olympic Medical Home Health, In addition to the support of the Auxiliary, Center and Olympic Medical Physical Doppler accessory kit, $715.20 Olympic Medical has benefited from the Therapy and Rehabilitation in Sequim. Of • Olympic Medical Center medical / generosity of the Sequim-Dungeness that amount, $7,000 went to Olympic surgical unit, bladder scanner, $12,032, Hospital Guild since 1970. Dedicated to Medical Cancer Center for a patient and Hover Jack patient lift, $4,812.96 raising funds for the Foundation through room addition, and $4,047 went to • Lifeline scholarships, $2,000 thrift stores in Sequim, the Hospital Guild Olympic Medical Physical Therapy and • College scholarships, $2,000 raised more than $11,000 in 2009 to Rehabilitation for a recumbent stepper. support the Olympic Medical Cancer www.olympicmedical.org 9 2009 Community Benefit Report 2009 Oly mpic Medical Center Foundation DONORS 2009 HOSPITAL DONORS Parkwood Activity Committee Sequim Gazette Peggy Pattison Swain’s General Store PLATINUM ($20,000+) John & Elizabeth Riffey Thomas Building Center First Federal Richard S. & Yvonne H. Rook United Rentals Norman & Ester Round Westport Shipyards Karen Rushby SILVER ($1,000–$4,999) Herbert & Marolyn Russel Steve & Mary Borland Steven L. Schmidt 2009 DUCK DERBY V.I.D.s $500 Castaways Restaurant Joanie Schmoll Craven Jim & Linda Debord Williamson & Wyatt Schwabe First Federal Key Foundation Sequim Gazette Pink Ribbons Hugh & Diane Haffner Mr. & Mrs. James Kittrick Bruce Skinner Faye Hayden Mad Hatter Coffee & Tea Soroptimist Club of Sequim (Mad Jim’s Pharmacy Palmer & Evelyn McCarter Hatters Fund) KeyBank Willard & Carolyn Muller Lenny Weisberg Peter Lavelle OMC Charities Edward & Melvina Zbaraschuk Eric & Alwynn Lewis SightLife Olympic Care & Rehab Orepac Building Products 2009 OMC UNITED WAY DONORS Ralston & Ralston Insurance BRONZE ($500–$999) Pamela Arnott Soroptimists – Jet Set – J. & R. A. Forster Kim Bedinger Swain’s Jim’s Pharmacy Jennifer Chavez Darryl & Kim Wakefield KeyBank Rhonda Curry Larry & Marilyn McHugh Tasha Fraser John & Gail Ralston Scott & Brenda Kennedy 2009 DUCK DERBY V.I.D.s $250 Linda Klinefelter 1st Security Bank Crisie Knapman A-1 Auto Parts ($1–$499) Sandra Lawrence Ace Michaels Inc. Donald Aites Tawney Leonard AFFLINK Carleton Albers Eric & Alwynn Lewis Air Flo Heating R. S. Bilheimer Shelby Mitchell Allen Logging Patricia Blanton Deborah Nelson Allweather Wood Madeleine Burns Debbie Nickles Alpine Electric & Lighting Paul & Bertha Cooper Jacqueline Panza Ambrosia Joan Crawford John Petrisin American Marine Bank Colin & Rhoda Cunningham Sharon Robinson An-Den Construction Tom & Rhonda Curry Mary Roon Angeles Communications Nora Ferré Sharon Stevenson Angeles Millwork Rosemary Freed Dalyn Titterness Angeles Pest Control Bill & Silua Goodwin Angeles Plumbing Greta Grandstrom Apel Supply Douglas Gray 2009 DUCK DERBY SPONSORS Aubrey, Mary & Harry Mary Gregg 1st Security Bank of Washington Matt Bailey Steven & Mary Hauff 7 Cedars Casino Balkan Builders Edwin & Ethel Honeycutt American Marine Bank Baskin-Robbins Jeff & Earl First Federal Bates Family Inez Jenkins Gellor Insurance, Inc. Randy & Rita Bauman Muriel Kierch KeyBank Baxter Auto Parts Joseph Levinger Kitsap Bank Beal Carpet & Drapery Roy & Kathleen Lindsay KONP radio Belco Forest Products John & Teresa MacDonald Peninsula Daily News Bill and Val John & Cindy Mackay Puget Sound Transfer Bill’s Plumbing Robert & Jerry Macomber Safeway Blake Sand & Gravel 10 www.olympicmedical.org www.olympicmedical.org Boise Cascade Glass Services Co. Olympic Peninsula Title Bondy’s Glass Good Impressions Cleaners & Laundry Olympic Wholesale Building Mike & Maxine Boucher Dirk & Kelly Gouge Olypen Builders’ Hardware & Supply Hays Architects Pacific Crest Cabinets Burton Flooring Betty Hendricks Pacific Emergency Vehicles Call Centers 24x7 Willard H. Henkes, DDS PS Pacific Refrigeration Camaraderie Cellars Hoch Construction Paint Factory Camp Chaos Hoffa Paint Sundries Solutions/Henke Canyon Creek Cabinet Co. Steve & Linda Howarth Oliver Pearce Captain T’s Howat Fine Woodworking Peninsula Ad Works Caregivers Home Health Inc. Hutt’s Hood Peninsula Children’s Clinic Cascade Wholesale Hardware IGS & 76 Mt. Pleasant Pettit Oil Co./Chevron Castell Insurance Todd & Mary Irwin Platt Irwin Law Firm C-C-J-L-R Jim & Debbie Jones POE Champion Metal of Washington Jim/Dee Alison Polanski Milt Chance John Everett Polanski Jake Chandler Jodie Jones Precision Truss Chapman Sports Services John Wayne’s Automotive Repair Prime Source Bldg Products Clark Land Office Rutz & Tassie Johnson Quality Encounters Codel Entry Systems Ked-Ter Construction Race Street Auto Coldwell Banker Uptown Realty Kelsey Jillian Ramey Creative Retirement Planning Kitsap Bank Randall R. Thomas Real Estate Crown Distributing Matthew D. Kowitz Holding Inc. Crystalite Skylite Manufacturing Jan Kummet Randy’s Auto Sales Tom & Rhonda Curry Lakeside Industries Re/Max – Mike McAleer Curtis Interiors Gary D. Lange, DDS Ren and Sam D. A. Davidson Larry Rinehart Consulting Davis Sand & Gravel In Memory of Don Larson Rite Bros. Aviation Dawson & Caswell Les Schwab, Sequim Roadrunner 76 & PA Chevron Dickinson Construction Esther Littlejohn Sanford Irrigation Discovery Bay Electric MACFUD Savage Wholesale Building Materials Al & Hattie Dixon Mackenzie Sawadee Doug Parrish Excavating Mack’s Ceramics Sequim Auto Clinic Downtown Hotel Blaire Maloney Sequim Gazette employees Dungeness Courte Alzheimer’s Britney Maloney Sequim Gazette staff Richard T. Elmer, DDS Marine View Beverage Sequim Redi-Mix Dr. & Mrs. Michael Epler Mattingleys Sergio’s Hacienda Emily Pearce Dave McArthur Shaltry Orthodontics EPR Inc. Jim & Sherry McEntire Sherwood Medical Group Erika, Graham & Alex McKnight Construction Jim Siemens Evergreen Collision McMenamin & McMenamin Jerry & Deborah Sinn Evergreen Electric Charlotte Metzler Doris Skinner Faith Milgard Manufacturing Sorensen Chiropractic/Sequim Family Medicine of PA Craig L. Miller Chiropractic Fiesta Jalisco John Z. Miller/Farmers Ins. Sound Community Bank Fine Line Pacific Alan E. Millet, P.S. St. Vincent De Paul Society First Federal Monte English Self Storage Stan & Edie Bryce & Gail Fish Morris Consulting Strait Occupational & Hand Therapy Food Services of America Motor Oil Supply Fred & Georgine Sullivan Frankfurth Auto Body & Towing Moulding & Millwork Sunburst Builders Marysue French Northwest Fabricators Susan Parr Travel Frick Drug Northwest Mortgage Swain’s Outdoor Fryer & Sons Insurance NTI Engineering & Land Surveying Donna Swartz G. I. Duck Maura Oakes Rand & Darlene Thomas Bill Gellor Olympic Ambulance Tigger Gellor Family Partnership Olympic Dealer Marketing Tracy’s Insulation Gellor Insurance Olympic Distributing Trex Company Vivian Gellor Olympic Hospitalists Tri-County Truss Gene Unger Engineering Olympic Mailing US Bank www.olympicmedical.org www.olympicmedical.org 11 2009 Community Benefit Report In Memory of Aina Van Sant 2009 FESTIVAL OF TREES Dana Shaltry, DDS Vision Landscape Nursery SPONSORS Simpson Electric John Wahl 7 Cedars Casino Soroptimists Jet Set Watts Constructors Elwha Angeles Clinic For Animals Watts Constructors PAWTP Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Windermere Port Angeles Sequim 2009 FESTIVAL OF TREES Windermere SunLand DA Davidson & Company TREE PURCHASERS Zenovic & Associates Dr. Richard Davies Tom Arnold First Federal Gary Ash & Earl Wilson Drs. James & Otero Flowers Shirley Joy Baublits 2009 DUCK DERBY V.I.D.s $125 Gellor Insurance Syliva Berquist Ann & Bruce Dr. Dirk Gouge Jennifer Bruch Apec Supply Harry & Mary Hebert Richard & Glenda Cable Arby’s Sequim Irwin Dental Center Jim and Barbara Cammack Pamela Arnott J & J Construction Joe Cammack Jerry Austin Jim’s Pharmacy Dan Charron Baby Grand Brian Juel, DDS Audrey Church Patricia Birch KeyBank Sharon DelaBarre In Memory of Dick Brown Kitsap Bank Gail Dosey Callis & Associates KONP radio Joe Gladfelter Cedars at Dungeness KPS Health Plans Jack & Patty Gray Nancy Christiansen Laurel Dental Clinic Jerry & Betty Hendricks Michael Clancy Bonita Melville Bill & Kay Hermann Cornerstone Builders Steve Methner Dr. Stephen Howarth Paul Cronaur Olympic Distributing Company Irwin Dental Center Tim Douglas Drs. Osterberg & Brandt Patrick Irwin Eleven Eleven Dental P.A. Tire Factory Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe Fairmount Grocery Doug Parrish Randy & Carol Johnson Jim & Helen Fox Peninsula Daily News Jim Jones Dan & Juleann Gandara Puget Sound Transfer KeyBank Gentry Architecture Collaborative Vernita J. Ray & Family Kitsap Bank H20 Plumbing Sequim Health & Rehab. Center Carole Kubota Brian S. Hughes, DDS Sound Bank Bill & Esther Littlejohn Just Ducky Sunset Wire Rope Do It Best Hardware Pete & Annette Nesse William R. Kintner Susan Parr Travel Susan Parr Les Schwab Rand Thomas Edna Peterson Edwin C. Marion The Toggery Richard Playter Pat & Jim McCauley Westport Shipyard Bruce Skinner McCrorie Home Furnishings Darryl & Kim Wakefield McCrorie Interiors Inc. Dr. Dennis Wilcox Andy & Haroldine Nisbet 2009 FESTIVAL OF TREES Jerry Oakes WREATH SPONSORS Olympic Synthetic Products Dan Addison 2009 FESTIVAL OF TREES Parrish Trucking Dr. Sam & Martha Baker FUND A NEED Peninsula Golf Shop Margaret Bangs ($500–$999) Reetz Insurance Services Beauty & the Beach Bill & Kay Hermann Reid & Johnson Motors Bruch & Bruch Construction Bruce Skinner Ann Ricks Center for Bone & Joint Surgery Karen Rogers Clallam Anesthesiologists Ryan & Tanya Rutherford Coastal Embroidery ($50–$499) Robert Shearer Dr. Joe Corn Syliva Berquist Mark Stoughton Dr. Stephen Howarth George Bower Karen C. Thompson Dr. Alan Kowitz Jim & Barbara Cammack Rob Tulloch, attorney Laurel Dental Clinic Dan Charron Lorraine Wall Les Schwab Tire Anne Cruser Lorraine & Sean Wall Dr. Roger & Maura Oakes Chris & Joni Eades Peninsula Children’s Clinic Dirk & Kelly Gouge Rainbow Sweepers Inc. Peter & Joan Hanson Teresa Rausch Jerry & Betty Hendricks 12 www.olympicmedical.org www.olympicmedical.org Michelle Ignagni Paul & Bertha Cooper Tom & Rhonda Curry Jim & Debbie Jones Tom & Rhonda Curry Fox Network Theodore & Yvonne McDonald Phil & Kathy Giuntoli Ralph & Dee Howard Steve & Sarah Methner Dr. Benjamin Greer Keith Lazelle Susan Parr Eric & Alwynn Lewis Teresa MacDonald Chuck & Lisa Parrish Mike McAleer Sara Maloney P.A. Tire Factory Darrin Postma André Mercier Bob & Sherry Phillips Stephen & Kim Rosales Carl & Jan Nyberg Betsy Schultz Phil Walker Oak Table Café Jeff Stokes Chris & Susan Rehder Sean & Lorraine Wall Bill Roberds ($50–$499) Sanctuary Day Spa Geoff Austin 2009 HARVEST OF HOPE James & Linda Barnfather SPONSORS William Benedict 2009 HARVEST OF HOPE Roger & Janet Clark AUCTION PURCHASERS GOLD ($5,000–$19,999) Dan & Mary Fryer Lynn Baritelle Jack & Terri Harmon Pat Gashowski Dr. Matthew Barton Morgan Stanley Julie Hatch Kathy Charlton Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Pam Hawney Molly Evangelsti Wendy Hollister Pam Hawney Edwin Honeycutt Eric & Alwynn Lewis SILVER ($1,000–$4,999) Jean Hordyk Brown & Sara Maloney 7 Cedars Casino Mary Hunchberger Dave Mattingly Angeles Composite Technologies Paul & Mary Jendruko Paul & Rochelle McHugh Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Dr. Scott Kennedy Edna Peterson Sequim Linda Klinefelter Randy & Naomi Riggins John & Lynn Baritelle Susan Kowitz Stephen & Kim Rosales John & Amanda Beitzel Dr. Thomas Kummet Bruce Skinner Jack & Terri Harmon Joel Lewis Don Smalz Dr. Thomas & Janice Kummet Tara Lock Sequim Gazette Roberto Lopez Sequim Health & Rehabilitation Center James & Patricia McCauley HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS SPONSORS Turner Construction Nancy McDonald DR Systems Inc. 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FUND A NEED Shelly Ballas HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS Marta Brooks Zack Ballas AUCTION PURCHASERS Barbara Cammack Diane Barth Steve Blackham Jennifer Cate Bobby Beeman George Bower Charlene Clark Julia Cheney Eric & Christy Brown Elinor Clausen Mandy Cicelski Steve & Winnie Bush Jan Clevenger Janis Clevenger Sandy Caudill Peggy Coltrin Norma Cooper Tom & Rhonda Curry Dr. Rebecca Corley Rhonda Curry Dick & Pat Elmer Rhonda Curry Thomas Curry Dr. Mark & Jan Fischer Caitlin Donnelly Shannon Durr Casi Fors Laura Dubois Leslie English Matt & Stephanie Gochnour Nancy East Lonnie Forshaw Dr. Lawrence Gordon Pat Elmer Ashley Hankins Dr. Dirk & Kelly Gouge Arlene Engel Gay Hunter Adrienne Heinz Dr. Mark & Jan Fischer Michelle Ignagni Jeff & Debbie Hinds Karen Fox Cathy Lamoureux Mary Hunchberger Linda Lape French Laurie Lewis Irwin Dental Center Krystyna Gordon Lisa MacDonald Jim & Debbie Jones Julie Haguewood Rory MacDonald Roger & Barb Kelso Pam Hawney Lisa McCoy Rick & Connie Kemp Linda Herzog Randall McCoy Debi King Honeycutt Family Trust Deanetta Medley John & Holly Locke Mary Hunchberger Colleen Menichini Bob Lovell Emmajane Janssen Janet O’Connor Nancy McDonald Lynnell Jenny Gail Ralston Field Mead Joe Kanagusuku Rhonda Rose Don & Suzie Nunley Kris Kelsay Bruce Skinner Doug Parrish Connie Kemp James Slowey Edna Peterson Suzanne Lagoni Tanya Smith Kathi Pressly Eric Lewis Mary Stensrud Gail Ralston Kim Lynch Bryan Swanberg Laurie Rinehart Vickie Maples Debbie Turner Linda Shold Becky Ann McGinty Gina Walsh Fran Sisson Deborah Nelson Connie Warren Bruce Skinner Jane Nishita Rick & Tanya Smith Doug Parrish Lex & Rob Sorenson Pamela Phillips 2009 TEAM OMC DONORS Rand Thomas Linda Pisciotta Mary Jo Acker Irv Walden Gordon Pomeroy Pamela Alton Gail Ralston Amelia Andaleon & Thad Ferre Kate Reavey Reta Anaya RED, SET, GO! 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