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2010-11 e-mails: Lee Cary & Wheaton Franciscan VP Anne Ballentine re: Save-A-Life Foundation Wisconson

2010-11 e-mails: Lee Cary & Wheaton Franciscan VP Anne Ballentine re: Save-A-Life Foundation Wisconson

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From: Lee Cary [lee.cary@att.net]Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 7:00 AMTo: Ballentine, Anne C. [Anne.Ballentine@wfhc.org]Subject: further media inquiryAnne BallentineMedia RelationsWheaton Franciscan Healthcare400 W. River Woods ParkwayGlendale, WI 53212Dear Ms. Ballentine,Earlier this week I sent Lori Holly the e-mail copied below my signature. I haven't received a confirmation of receipt so I'm notsure if she received it or if she's out of the office. I'd appreciate it if you'd look into this and could get back to me today with thestatus of my inquiry.Thank you for time and for any help.Sincerely,Dr. Lee CaryWriter, Andrew Breitbart's
Big Government 
, and the
American Thinker 
PO Box 1309Little Elm, Texas 75068
From: Lee CaryTo:Lori.holly@wfhc.orgCc:mrr@gmar.wsSent: Tuesday, December 14, 2010 6:50 AMSubject: media inquiryLori HollyMedia Relations, St. Joseph HospitalWheaton Franciscan Healthcare400 W. River Woods ParkwayGlendale, WI 53212Dear Ms. Holly,I'm reporting a story about the Save-A-Life Foundation, a Chicago-area nonprofit. According to a November 2007 Wheaton-Franciscan newsletter:
The Wisconsin Save a Life Foundation, based at St. Joseph, provides basic first-aid education to children ages four througheighteen throughout southeastern Wisconsin. This summer, the Greater Milwaukee Association of REALTORS® YouthFoundation donated $2,000 to the St. Joseph Foundation to further these efforts.The program provides age-appropriate instruction to area schools, clubs and other children’s groups. Young children learn how to contact emergency personnel. Third to fifth graders find out how to open a victim’s obstructed airway and to safely deliver the Heimlich maneuver. The curriculum for older children adds rescue breathing techniques. “Bystander Basics” for teensprovides step-by-step instructions on providing emergency assistance until help arrives. The sixteen instructors includeregistered nurses from St. Joseph’s Emergency Department, as well as firefighters and police officers.
1) Would you please provide me with a list of all Save-A-Life Foundation training classes which have been co-ordinated and/or conducted since the inception of the program at St. Joseph? Please include the dates of the classes, the locations where theclasses were held, and the names of the trainers who conducted the classes.2) Would you also provide me with a separate list with those same details for all classes that were paid for with the $2,000donation from the Greater Milwaukee Association of Realtors?3) Would you please provide me with the names of the sixteen instructors mentioned in the newsletter?Thanks for your attention to my request and I look forward to receiving the requested information, preferably by Friday,December 17. If you require more time, please advise and I'll do my best to accommodate your schedule.
Sincerely,Lee CaryWriter, Andrew Breitbart's
Big Government 
, and the
American Thinker 
PO Box 1309Little Elm, Texas 75068cc:Mike Ruzicka, PresidentGreater Milwaukee Association of Realtors###From: Ballentine, Anne C.To: Lee CarySent: Friday, December 17, 2010 8:46 AMSubject: RE: further media inquiryI will check but I'm curious about the level of detail you are seeking. What is the nature of your story?###From: Ballentine, Anne C.To: Lee CarySent: Friday, December 17, 2010 1:45 PMSubject: RE: further media inquiryLee, I was able to reach Lori and she did receive your request. The person she would get information from is currently out of town. As I asked earlier today, we would still like to know more about the nature of your story and the request for this level of detail. Thanks, AnneAnne Ballentine
Vice President - Communication & Public RelationsWheaton Franciscan Healthcare(414) 465-3605Fax: (414) 465-3601
From: Lee CaryTo: Anne BallentineSent: Friday, December 17, 2010 4:40 PMSubject: Fw: Fw: further media inquiryAnne: This is one of those stories that I'm not sure yet how it will turn out, partly because it depends on the information youprovide in response to my questions.Will you also please let me know if Mark Mitchell DO is still employed by any of your offices? If so, what's his job title? If he's nolonger employed there, what were his dates of employment?Thanks and have a good weekend - Lee###
From: Lee CaryTo: Anne.Ballentine@wfhc.orgSent: Friday, January 07, 2011 3:34 PMSubject: media inquiryAnne,Happy 2011 and I hope you had a good holiday season.What's the status of my 12/14 and 12/17 inquiries? Looking forward to your reply, thanks.Lee Cary###From: Ballentine, Anne C.To: Lee CaryCc: Marquardt, Shelli ; Holly, LoriSent: Friday, January 07, 2011 5:52 PMSubject: media inquiryHappy New Year to you as well. I was actually awaiting your response to some of my questions. Here is some info in themeantime based on your question from the year 2007:
Save-A-Life Milwaukee (based at Wheaton Franciscan-St. Joseph) has been in existence since 2001.
Annually, the largest number of presentations done by SAL Milwaukee are to the Milwaukee Public Schools.Approximately 6,000 students were trained in 2007.
SAL Milwaukee is loosely related to SAL National – in large part by name. Milwaukee follows American HeartAssociation guidelines for CPR and its program.
The most recent funding received by SAL Milwaukee from the Chicago location was in 2007 for a Scantron machine toprocess post-presentation knowledge/retention of participants.
All Milwaukee presentations are funded through local corporate partnerships or Wheaton Franciscan Healthcareunderwriting.
Mark Mitchell served as Medical Director for the Milwaukee program while he was at St. Joseph. He was anindependent Emergency Department physician whose group was contracted with us at the time. He was on theNational SAL Board out of Chicago.
The instructors who have been presenting for SAL Milwaukee have remained almost identical since the program beganhere. Fourteen are still with the program
1. Doran Kemp Sr.2. Doran Kemp II3. Jon Voelz4. Kurt Harthum5. Jeffery Beamon6. Johnnie Tangle Jr.7. Oshi Adellabu8. Lessandra Morel9. Julian Gladney10. Marvin Coleman11. Angela Panfil12. Shane Berry-Wright13. Connie Skier 14. Erin ThompsonSome of the information you requested is not available at this time. Hope this helps.Thanks, AnneAnne BallentineVice President - Communication & Public RelationsWheaton Franciscan Healthcare(414) 465-3605

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