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Patrick Little, sportscaster for WPRI-TV, shares his personal story of his battle with depression on page 12.
Patricia Ryan Recupero, JD, MD, President and CEO
Charles R. Reppucci, Chairman of the Board
“If only I’d known...”
How often have we said this in response to learning about something we either had preconceived notions about or never really understood?
“If only I’d known...” was a common response we received over this past year as we met with community leaders at educational events hosted by Trustees on behalf of the hospital. These events offered an opportunity for Butler’s researchers and clinicians to share some exciting discoveries being made at Butler Hospital in the area of brain health.
SCIENCE IS CHANGING OUR VIEW
Those gathered were able to see and hear firsthand the advances Butler’s researchers are making in pinpointing the areas in the brain that cause depression, Alzheimer’s, and other brain-based illnesses. Our doctors also highlighted some of the innovative, effective treatments being discovered at Butler, such as deep brain stimulation for depression and a vaccine that slows down the memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease. Indeed, brain science is changing the way the world views mental health. Today at Butler Hospital, enhanced brain imaging such as fMRI is allowing researchers to study brain function in real time. Butler’s new Quantitative Neuroimaging Lab can produce three-dimensional images of the brain. These imaging capabilities enable researchers to pinpoint the specific areas in the brain that impact mental health.
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD AND THE PRESIDENT AND CEO
COLLABORATION IS OPENING-UP NEW TREATMENT APPROACHES
The collaboration taking place between Butler's researchers, Brown's neuroscientists, and clinicians at Lifespan hospitals is helping to move these discoveries forward. One example is Butler’s Neuromodulation Clinic, a relatively new specialty area in brain science. This past year the clinic expanded and is now providing transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), which uses a noninvasive beam of magnetic pulses through the skull that stimulate a region in the brain thought to be involved in depression. The Neuromodulation The hospital is furthering its interdisciplinary collaboration with the recruitment of Joseph Friedman, MD, a neurologist with extensive expertise in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other brain-based movement disorders. A Parkinson’s Disease Center will be established next year at Butler that will bring together neurologists, psychiatrists, and psychologists in treating patients with Parkinson’s disease. The team will focus on studying ways to treat the behavioral issues related to Parkinson’s, a prevalent problem that is largely unrecognized.
Butler’s new Quantitative Neuroimaging Lab can produce three-dimensional images of the brain.
Clinic also offers deep brain stimulation (DBS) and vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), which use implantable electronic devices to stimulate the brain. People travel to Butler from great distances, even from as far away as Canada, seeking the relief these innovative treatments provide.
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the hospital’s operations and patient care services staff were focused on The direct result is a greater than 30 percent increase in Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction scores. A PATIENT-FOCUSED APPROACH IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE As our researchers collaborated in search of the treatments of tomorrow. Butler was one of six hospitals to earn a Press Ganey Success Story Award for patient satisfaction.1 million has been raised. And staff built upon our patientcentered environment. more than $1. not the only outside agency to recognize Butler’s patientcentered approach. To date. To this end. the hospital reconfigured three inpatient units so that Butler would be able to admit adult patients awaiting psychiatric beds in emergency rooms throughout the community. providing the best experience possible for the growing number of patients we serve. 4 . We recognize and applaud the dedication and hard work that every employee contributed to Butler’s achieving such a high measure of success on all levels. in which all members of the staff are focused on creating the best experience for our patients. we also managed to realize a $1. stated that the level of care Butler staff demonstrated for our patients and our historic campus was unprecedented. The Joint Commission site surveyors. Press Ganey was and patient care.9 million gain from operations.The hospital and the Board of Trustees are committed to supporting these outstanding contributions to improving brain health. The Research Endowment established this past year by the Trustees has been embraced by the community. While the hospital was achieving remarkable results in research We recognize and applaud the dedication and hard work that every employee contributed to Butler’s achieving such a high measure of success on all levels. a remarkable achievement that earned Butler one of only six Press Ganey Success Story Awards given nationally. which reaccredited Butler late this past summer. These endowment gifts will support the elite group of researchers at Butler today and the new generation of researchers to come.
are bringing mental health into the mainstream. profiled on page 15. and how those affected by brain diseases are viewed. seek the treatment they need. The worldview on mental health is slowly changing thanks to people like Patrick Little who shares his personal story on page 12. Kitty’s outspokenness and intolerance for stigma are helping people become more knowledgeable about mental health and. how they are treated. Patrick’s courage and candor is one example of the power generated when people discover they are not alone. is another example of how someone in the public eye can open people’s minds and transform their views. Kitty Dukakis. we hope that people will no longer need to say. to contribute to knowledge through education and research. We are grateful to Kitty for coming to Butler Hospital on two separate occasions to speak about her struggle with depression and addiction. We are committed to continuing Butler’s mission: to provide treatment for psychiatric illness in an atmosphere of dignity and respect.PEOPLE ARE RETHINKING THEIR VIEWS With the success of this past year. Butler Hospital is well positioned to continue its mission. We are changing the way the world looks at diseases of the brain. this year’s Lila M. Sapinsley Community Service Award recipient. in turn. and to help change the way the world views brain-based illnesses. and to continuously improve the ways we serve our patients and our community. These candid conversations. I will…” 5 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . “If only I’d known” and will soon be able to say. supported by scientific advances. “Now that I know. As Butler Hospital advances brain health.
MHA. —William James (1842 –1910). This recognition came about as the result of the hospital’s achieving the very aggressive goals it established for patient satisfaction over the last three years. a national surveyor of patient satisfaction that supports 10. the hospital raised its scores from the 50th percentile in 2007 to the 70th percentile in 2008. by changing the inner attitudes of their minds. based in part on the surveys. although written more than a century ago. However. Although this change came about over the last few years. MD. that are having positive results for patient care. President of the Medical Staff Association Linda Damon. speak to the belief held by Butler staff that it is possible to change one’s mind and perceptions about how to staff no longer resisted the surveys and began to recognize that change can be for the better. hospital employees were not totally convinced that focusing on scores was the best way to improve patient care. Now we are making clinical decisions. can change the outer aspects of their lives. Staff were given the opportunity to select an area of patient satisfaction to focus on and then develop and initiate action plans. pioneering American psychologist and philosopher clinical REPORT During this time. The changes have ranged from revamping the nursing care delivery model to better 6 . provide care to patients — with extremely positive results. T hese words from William James.000 health care facilities in measuring and improving the quality of patient care. it culminated in 2009 with Butler’s being one of only six hospitals across the country chosen to receive a recognition award by Press Ganey. Steven Rasmussen.Human beings. MD. to the 84th percentile in 2009. When the patient satisfaction goals were first established in 2005. Vice President of Patient Care Services through building trusting relationships and allowing the changes to be staff selected and supported by leadership. Medical Director Michael Fiori. MSN. RN.
networkofcare. Through the kiosks. as well as their personal stories of recovery. Butler is the first hospital to offer IX to patients through specially programmed computer kiosks located on each treatment unit. Thanks to a grant from the Rhode Island Foundation. addictions. Social media is changing the way people get information about health concerns and offers the field of psychiatry. Six of these initiatives were recognized with CARE Awards. The hospital is also using these sites to provide the latest information on these diseases. and other brainbased illnesses. medications. Alzheimer’s. and treatment programs.educating patients about medications. The computer kiosks give patients direct access to information about their illnesses. patients have access to health care Web sites like the Rhode Island Network of Care for Behavioral Health (RINOC) at rhodeisland.org. Supported by Butler. and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Studies have shown that more-informed patients begin treatment earlier. this site provides the most complete and up-to-date Building upon the focus on educating patients. and use emergency services less because of improved self-management. in partnership with Rhode Island Quality Institute. are more compliant with care instructions. are more satisfied with their treatment. who share their views about safety in the hospital. information on mental health services and providers in Rhode Island. They also feature videos produced by members of the hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council. which enables patients to document their treatment plan. the delivery of specific information to a specific patient to better manage a specific health problem. Butler began using some of the more popular social media sites —Twitter. Facebook. featuring Butler’s clinical experts. including new research studies and innovative treatments. and YouTube — in hopes of creating a virtual community where fans and followers can candidly interact with each other about depression. which honor outstanding projects that improve customer service throughout Care New England. a great 7 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Gateway Healthcare. or IX. One way we are educating patients is through the introduction of information therapy. Another feature of RINOC is the Personal Health Record. which has long been stigmatized. as well as webcasts Studies have shown that more-informed patients begin treatment earlier and are more satisfied with their treatment.
Looking ahead. The beautiful work of the grounds crew inspired the dietary staff to open a café in this new relaxing atmosphere. in doing so.President and CEO Patricia Recupero. in the same way people talk openly about other health issues. Through these efforts. and Tim Bigelow. 8 . While these innovative educational activities were taking place this year. way of sharing information and engaging the community in discussions about brain health. and staff by completely renovating the hospital’s arboretum with new plants and a pond with a waterfall. Mirroring the climb in patient satisfaction scores. Jim Alves. families. It has changed the hospital’s culture of care and. The number of staff who completed the staff satisfaction survey in 2009 from 2007 almost doubled. we have set satisfaction score goals at the 85th percentile for overall patient satisfaction and the 90th percentile for helpfulness of staff. staff satisfaction scores also rose. The computer kiosk gives patients direct access to information about their illnesses and treatments. we are committed to continuing to raise the bar in achieving patient and employee satisfaction. Moira Varone. members of the hospital’s grounds and maintenance departments worked to create a special environment for patients. For 2010. Mary Ann DaSilva. has changed minds. JD. Dietary also began offering lunchtime barbecues for patients during the summer. We are also striving to have 60 percent of employees complete the staff satisfaction survey. and our mean score moved from the 23rd to the 70th percentile when compared to the national database. MD (center) shares in the pride of Butler Hospital earning the Press Ganey Success Story Award with (L to R) Chris Paiva. Butler Hospital has changed more than scores.
as I begin my role as interim department chair. Keller’s tenure. Audrey Tyrka. MD. Also. Martin Keller stepped down as pilot projects that are needed to bring the DPHB to the next level. During Dr. Medical Director A fter 20 years of extraordinary vision and leadership. The hospital’s faculty members continue to be highly respected by students and residents at the university. was presented with the Psychology Research Mentor Award. Caron Zlotnick. I do so with enthusiastic support from the Butler’s Board of Trustees who authorized the creation of a $1. His many accomplishments were honored at a faculty reception in May and in a Festschrift (a volume of writings collected to honor someone) in October that attracted many leading Steven Rasmussen. which will be used to support junior investigators and to seed new 9 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Klerman Young Investigator Award by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. —Steven Rasmussen psychiatrist-in-chief REPORT chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (DPHB) in July 2009. MD. and the affiliated hospitals in continuing to build a world-class brain science teaching. and Linda Carpenter. MD. with total external funding at over $50 million dollars. and treatment center. and treatment of depression and bipolar disorder. diagnosis.5 million Research Endowment Fund. PhD. was honored with the annual Gerald L. Last year. research. The award recognizes young researchers whose work contributes to understanding the causes. the medical school. the DPHB grew to be acknowledged as one of the top 10 psychiatry departments in the country and the most successful department in the medical school. researchers in the country. PhD. Dr. Currently the DPHB has 86 faculty members at Butler. was recognized with the Psychiatry Research Mentor Award. Today.I look forward to working with my colleagues at Butler Hospital.
Cognition. clinicians. We also recruited Sean Deoni. He has a joint appointment between the DPHB and Brown’s Department of Neurology. and students. attracted hundreds of researchers. held on the Butler campus. director of both the Genes. Two Butler- Lawrence Sweet. Eric Morrow. a neuroscientist with expertise in deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Parkinson’s disease. an MRI physicist who is an expert in an imaging process known as diffusion tensor imaging. The keynote speaker was Daniel Weinberger.The DPHB also recruited three outstanding researchers in 2009. PhD. a world-renowned molecular biologist and child psychiatrist with a special interest in the genetics of autism. research psychologist at Butler Hospital. and Psychosis Program and Intramural Research Program at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). PhD. MD. PhD. 10 . and Michael Frank. MD. The addition of these faculty members will allow us to expand our interdisciplinary collaborations with other departments in the medical school. PhD. reviews functional MRI brain images showing how obstructive sleep apnea affects the management of short-term memory functions. The 13th Annual Research Symposium on Mental Health Sciences.
critical for Butler to continue to develop new innovative psychological. MS.. and treatment center. PhD. As the medical school moves toward consolidation into an academic medical center. Dr. PhD. and neuromodulating treatments such as the transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) clinic under the direction of Dr. and the state-of-the-art cognitive behavior interventions under the direction of Ivan Miller III. PhD. the medical school. extraordinary growth of the previous two decades. In order to continue the class brain science teaching. Morrow and Valerie Knopik. psychopharmacologic. and Richard Brown. MD. as well as other affiliated hospitals. 11 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 .. Linda Carpenter gives Congressman Patrick Kennedy a demonstration of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. Dr. the new vaccine treatment program for Alzheimer’s disease under the direction of Stephen Salloway.it is impor tant for Butler to embrace the oppor tunity to work closely with neuroscientists and other researchers. to create an internationally known center in brain health sciences. Carpenter. It is equally . as well as other affiliated hospitals. research. to create an internationally known center in brain health sciences. it is important for Butler to embrace the opportunity to work closely with neuroscientists and other researchers. discussed the role of genetics in autism and ADHD. Butler will continue to play a key role in strategic planning for psychiatry. I look forward to working with my colleagues at Butler Hospital. and the affiliated hospitals in continuing to build a world- based DPHB faculty members.
Patrick Little PROFILE. the four-time To the public. Little was known as the smiling. he was the guy living the American dream. Little was looking forward to asking Bradshaw the tough questions—among them. life-altering journey. I t was a fortunate twist of fate in 2007 when Patrick Little was assigned an exclusive interview with Terry Bradshaw. As a sportscaster for WPRI.. Years of partying and drinking had also kept him away from Super Bowl champion who was in town speaking about his battle with depression at Butler Hospital’s Real Stories. and constant thoughts of impending tragedy for his family and a dreaded terminal illness for himself. what did he think about the Patriots’ trade for Randy Moss? Instead. enthusiastic anchor whose love of sports shows in every broadcast. with a successful career as WPRI’s sports director. it was Bradshaw’s personal story that turned Little’s notions of mental illness upside down and started him on a deeply personal. Real Recoveries event. filled his day. and two great children. his life was unraveling. Personally. a beautiful wife. Underneath the front he upheld for friends and family were feelings of anxiety and dread. 12 . Fears of things like large crowds. The reality was.
as a man. By the time Little interviewed Bradshaw in 2007.” he said.” 13 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Little puts it this way: “Sports have rules.” When Bradshaw spoke about his experience with depression. it was a huge relief. Little says. He understands how to manage his illness. “I left that interview feeling like he was talking directly to me. and I play by my new rules now. and his family. “Being in the public eye. I actually thought it would make the anxiety and depression go away. darkest hole of my life. He no longer drinks alcohol or chews tobacco. that would be great. He explains. but it’s part of me. If my honesty can help just one Little began medication and therapy on an outpatient basis and felt more like himself within a month. ‘why doesn’t anyone ever talk about this?’” That month. There were addictions like drinking and chewing tobacco. and I kept doing it because I didn’t want to discover something was really wrong. Using a sports analogy to explain his continued recovery. “I was in the deepest. Having the right care and the support from his doctor and family. “‘why doesn’t anyone ever talk about this?’” Butler Hospital for help. his career.” Now Little is doing just that—sharing his story in hopes of helping others.” he says. I don’t want to go through that pain again. I literally felt like the sky was falling on me.” Little has also made lifestyle changes that help him stay healthy. “the drinking and other things I was doing were a way to mask the pain. I don’t want to think about what would have happened to me if I didn’t make that call to Butler.” It was especially insightful when Bradshaw spoke about his difficulty seeking treatment because he felt. says Little. “I was getting ready for work one day and just started crying uncontrollably. “Looking back.“I don’t want to think about what would have happened to me if I didn’t make that call to Butler. only to find that that person knew someone else who struggled with anxiety and depression. “My reaction was. Little eventually felt the courage to open up to a close friend about his illness. It was like the pot of water that finally boiled over. he should be able to handle things on his own. says Little.” “My reaction was. Hopefully it will open doors for many people to go and get treatment. I guess I had a lot to risk by being open about having a mental illness.” He’d kept everything bottled up for so long that when he finally called person. Patrick was on a path of destruction for himself. “it was eye-opening.” his wife and children. things were getting worse.
and communicator. Dr. Staunton. His unique blend of engineering and medical skills contributed to the introduction of new information technology devices that have contributed to improved patient care. lasting culture of caring and respect for children and families affected by serious psychiatric disorders. unassuming manner and kid-friendly neckties belie an I nstrumental in opening Butler’s Child and Adolescent Program in 1994. Staunton helped create a child-focused treatment intervention for children in crisis in clinical settings tailored to their unique needs. developed a positive. a skill that was very much appreciated by the families who attended his public education programs over the years. Known for being an innovative thinker and for always seeing opportunity. A wonderful communicator. which offers intensive care to children with psychiatric disorders and developmental disabilities. educator. Dr. Dr. Charles E. Butler Hospital is pleased to honor Dr. Staunton assembled a group of outstanding child mental health professionals. In establishing these treatment programs. Westlake Physician Excellence Award: Charles E. Staunton is legendary for getting warring teenagers to set aside their differences and room together in the hospital. Staunton had a vision of how to achieve a goal when others were ready to give up and try something else. With a deep commitment to helping his patients. Dr. associate medical director of Child and Adolescent Services. Dr. Dr. and child psychiatry. Staunton’s calm. biology. MD years later. who will continue his tradition of clinical excellence after his retirement this year. biomedical engineering. Dr. and an ability to get people to reach an understanding that is beneficial to both sides. Staunton is able to make the most complex issues understandable. Dr. Several During a distinguished 20-year career at Butler Hospital. Staunton.Robert J. Staunton helped to open the hospital’s Children’s Intensive Treatment Unit (CITU). Staunton with this award for his dedication and contribution to the field of child psychiatry as a physician. Charles E. impressive educational background with degrees in chemistry. 14 .
which led her to start a support group for people receiving ECT and their family members. Kitty wrote.Lila M.” That is what Kitty Dukakis. Sapinsley Community Service Award. has accomplished through sharing her experiences with addiction and depression. she feels privileged to help ease stigma by sharing her own experiences. 15 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Sapinsley Community Service Award. strength. Massachusetts." Now. another first lady of our time and this year’s recipient of the Lila M. was named in honor of Kitty’s advocacy work. the veterans still felt the stigma of receiving the treatment. Now You Know.I knew how much it would hurt. First in 1990 she wrote.. courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. revealed her battle with depression and subsequent return to health through electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatments. "I used to deny when a depressive episode was coming. Sapinsley Community Service Award: Kitty Dukakis A ss the wife of former Massachusetts governor and 1988 U.S. Although ECT is one of the most effective means of overcoming TRD.. Shock. According to Kitty. The center. the most important reason to share her story is the opportunity to teach people that they need not be afraid of getting the treatment that works best for them. Kitty Dukakis went public with her personal story of addiction. The Kitty Dukakis Treatment Center for Women. “You gain strength. Former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt said. how long the darkness would last. Her most recent book. she also advocates for people to have access to treatment. by writing two courageous and candid books. Kitty is an influential advocate who exemplifies how facing one’s fears brings forth courage. We are honored to present Kitty with the Lila M. marked the milestone of treating its one thousandth patient in August of 2009.. and confidence. Michael Dukakis. Kitty remarked how pleased she was to find that ECT was helping soldiers with treatment-resistant depression (TRD).Now I know there is something that will work and work quickly. in Jamaica Plain. which helps women in the early stages of recovery from addiction. a memoir about her addiction to alcohol and prescription drugs. In 2007. Kitty’s continued efforts to help people with brain-based illness get access to treatment and overcome their own fears are remarkable. presidential candidate. In her book Shock. as she tirelessly works to help others overcome stigma and get the treatment they need.. During a visit to a veteran’s hospital in Massachusetts. Helping others overcome stigma is only one way that Kitty is making a difference in mental health.
The next thing I knew. Cover to Cover. he will figure it out. “Frank’s one of the most genuine people you could want to meet. S An accomplished musician and businessman. Be There. In 2007. even when he’s “off the clock. talent. Frank Rossi has earned six Starfish Awards. from commercial jingles to original musical scores. and Choose Your Attitude. Dr. He has lent his talent to some unique Butler Hospital projects. This combination of character and talent have resulted in his being named the 2009 Employee of the Year.” to make sure everything went well. which was recorded in his studio. “If there’s something he doesn’t know how to do. Ever the professional. and exhibit one of the four qualities from the popular FISH! Philosophy of workplace culture—Play. explains. Butler’s medical director.” Frank’s professionalism. Frank has also filmed and edited many video pieces for Butler. including webcasts and a tribute to hospital staff that was shown at Press Ganey’s national patient satisfaction conference last November. 16 . and character have made him among the most popular and appreciated members of Butler Hospital’s staff. often tapping into professional contacts he’s made from operating his own music recording and production business over the years.” Frank is founder of one of the most successful bands in the region.” said Dr. Rasmussen said. “A couple of years ago. including the relaxation music CD for patients. he also received the quarterly President’s Award for Employee Excellence. and has written and produced many musical and video pieces. Make Their Day. Frank makes sure it runs smoothly. a program in which staff nominate fellow colleagues who go above and beyond the call of duty. Frank’s supervisor. Jim adds.” It’s not uncommon to be sitting at your desk and receive a call from Frank. who was also dining in the restaurant. Giving one example of Frank’s warmth. Peace of Mind. He just wanted to help me welcome them. “When there’s a complicated AV setup for a presentation. a waitress came over with a bottle of wine as a gift from Frank. His knowledge of the advancing audiovisual field has been invaluable to Butler’s researchers and staff.Employee of the Year: Frank Rossi ince joining Butler as an audiovisual technician four years ago. Steven Rasmussen. Jim Chambers. who rely on using very technical multimedia presentations. Frank Rossi has earned his “superstar” status at Butler Hospital through his unassuming nature and his willingness to do what it takes as a member of the team. Frank plans every detail of a job well in advance. That’s just the kind of guy he is. I was having dinner with three doctors I was working on recruiting.
Farrell Fund The Dean and Deborah Holt Fund John and Patricia McNamee Fund The Mary B.R. MacColl Fund Charles H. McDonald Fund Helen Gay Wheeler Fund Various contributions UNRESTRICTED FUND George A. Hartwell Fund Jeffrey Hazard Fund Sarah D. Patricia R. the Endowed Research Fund was established to foster the important research conducted at Butler Hospital and to provide our researchers a competitive edge. Putnam Fund for Instruction in Conservation of Natural Beauty EMPLOYEE SUPPORT FUND Charles F. Butler Hospital encourages people to make leadership-level contributions through the creation of named funds. Goldsmith Beneficiary Fund Henry T. Tustin Beneficiary Fund William F. Delancey Kane Gymnasium Fund Thomas P. Lockwood Beneficiary Fund Frank W. The Endowed Research Fund will provide computer labs for neuroscience. Contributions to the endowment provide valuable continuing and future support for the hospital operations. Potter Fund Hope Brown Russell Fund Lucian Sharpe Fund John Wilson Smith Fund Henry A. Marquise D’Andigne Fund Everett S. Matteson Fund Ms. Hall Fund OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY FUND Helen C. ENDOWED RESEARCH FUND Legacy Fund Cicchitelli Family Research Fund Dr. McDonough Fund Earl D. Chace Beneficiary Fund Joseph Fletcher Beneficiary Fund Robert H. Since that time. Blumer Fund John Nicholas Brown Fund Madeleine Ives Goddard. Eddy Fund Charles A. Julia Bullock Beneficiary Fund Prof. Shah Fund INDIGENT PATIENT CARE FUND Elizabeth S. Campbell Memorial Fund PATIENT CARE FUND Helen C. Ives Beneficiary Fund — Elizabeth Ganmell T. Due to the significant importance of these endowment gifts. Shepard Fund Butler Hospital NURSING EDUCATION FUND Henry C. more than 40 named endowed funds have joined Butler Hospital’s endowment. Berard and Mark J. Alice Keteltas Beneficiary Fund Ellen LeGarde Fund Amos D. Mary W. Chambers Fund Linda Damon Fund Margaret D. Parsons Fund William H. Padula Family Fund Price Family Fund Judy and Arthur Robbins Fund LIBRARY FUND Henry Saltonstall Appleton Memorial Book Fund Ira C. Putman Fund 17 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . DeBlois Fund Follick Family Fund Dorothy Quigley Memorial Research Fund Reppucci Family Endowed Research Fund Friends of Butler Fund Michele R.Butler Hospital Endowment Butler Hospital received its first endowment gift in 1845.R.P. Recupero Fund for Forensic Psychiatry Research Kekin A. and David S. & G. Kendall Beneficiary Fund Ms. Olenn Fund Robert G. Whitridge Beneficiary Fund Cyrus Butler Beneficiary Fund Robert E. Bartlett Beneficiary Fund Ms. Merriman Fund Elizabeth Miller Fund E. Calef Fund Susan M.I. George I. Goddard Beneficiary Fund William Goddard Beneficiary Fund William B. access to the latest brain imaging technology. Weld Beneficiary Fund Thomas F. Esq. In fiscal year 2009. as well as specific initiatives. and pilot funding to clinicians and researchers. Kimball Fund Hugh F. It will also help Butler increase federal grant funding while recruiting more up-and-coming researchers to our programs. Stearns Fund MAINTENANCE OF BUILDING AND GROUNDS FUND Duncan Improvement Fund — Alexander Duncan.
Inc. and Mrs. The John Clarke Trust CVS Pharmacy. Damon. McNamee. Allen H. $1. Clare Mr. Mary E. Carol and Edward Sullivan. MD Vigneron Memorial Fund and K. Giatas Gilbane Building Company The Haffenreffer Family Fund Mrs. Chambers. Inc. Dimeo Douglas Lumber Mr. Mr. Robert E. Alan L. Martin 18 *Denotes deceased . Ronald R. Iannuccillo June Rockwell Levy Foundation. Mr. Col. James E. Robert G. Furman. United Way of Rhode Island $10. Inc. and Mrs. MD.999 Anonymous William and Amabel Allen Altadis U. Robert and Lisa Shea Sodexho. MD $50. Delmonico Mr. DDS Claflin Company Mr. Stanley Aronson Barth Family Philanthropic Fund Mr. Martin J. Shah Mrs. and Carol A. Robbins van Beuren Charitable Foundation.499 Anonymous (2) The Abacus Group Airwick Professional Products of RI. Cottiero and Dr. and Ann Back Price Charles R. Holt Mr. Frank A. Johnston & J. James Hackett and Dr. Margaret D.A. and Mrs. Inc. Frances L. Padula Mr. and Mrs. James Colucci Dr. Jason Drapeau Mr. McDonough Linda P. Esq. Farrell and Dr. Malloy Ms.000–$24. CPA Mary B. LLC Linda Carpenter and David Inman Mr. Noel M. Hazard General Charity Fund Estate of Milton S. James Alves Arden Engineering Constructors. and Mrs. Andrew Daigle Ms. Caron Zlotnick Frank B. Inc. Gregory J. Michael Hudner Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and Mrs.A. Sullivan. DeBlois Dr. Chambers Mr. Kekin A. Roberta B. Price. Ms. Roddy Foundation. Berard and Mr. Recupero. Olenn Mr.000+ Domestic Bank The Norman and Rosalie Fain Family Foundation Patricia Ryan Recupero. OTR Ms. Susan C. Maurice W. Jeffrey J. and Mrs.999 Mr. Michele R. Heller Hinckley. Patricia A. and Mrs. and Mrs. Steven M. and Mrs. Feather Mr. Marran. and Mrs. Dias Mr. Maurice Bissonnette Bradley Hospital CADASIL Together We Have Hope Richard T. Cicchitelli.999 Mr. MD Drs. MD Garelick Farms Gencorp Insurance Group.Butler Hospital Donors October 1. Melaragno The Quigley Family Charity Fund Anthony V. Field. Gutterman Lt. Rocha. Jocelin Hamblett $5. J. Reppucci St.000–$9. Bonnie Baker and Mr. LLP Martin and Lainy Keller Ida Ballou Littlefield Memorial Trust Lundco Paint Contractors Paul F. Inc. Jr. Mantia MetLife Auto & Home Ocean State Charities Trust Joseph J. Dean T.999 Anonymous Agniel Commodities. S. $25. and Mrs. RN Mrs. Cicchitelli The Rhode Island Foundation Fred M. Arthur S. James K.. The Ruth and Samuel Markoff Foundation John J. and Mrs.500–$4.S. Thomas P. Peter and Kasle. and Mrs. Inc. Melaragno and Mr. Jr. Richard A. Inc.999 Ms. 2008 through September 30. Allen & Snyder. 2009 $100.000–$49. Inc. Michael Follick $2. Larry Goldstein Dr. David S. Walter A. Eleanor A.000–$99. JD. and Mrs. Episcopal Charities Fund of Rhode Island Rabbi Leslie Y. Dixon Foundation Warzycha Construction Co. Gordon and Dr. and Mrs. Martin and Mr. Anderson & Associates Dr.000–$2. Reppucci Mr. Earl D. Farrell Mr. Picerne Lawrence H. LLC Amica Companies Foundation Mr. Robert S. Mark J. and Mrs. Patricia Kearney Cox Business Services Mr.
Jane and Dan Austin Mr.Mr. George Bishop Mr. Alyssa Boss Ms. Kenneth L. and Mrs. Baron. Aurora Electric Co. Amylon Ardente Supply Co. Riesman The Sachem Foundation Shore’s Food Market Mr. Tyrka and Dr. Anne E. and Mrs. Brown. Salloway. Sam Abbood Mr. David J. James Hallan. Anne and Mr. John J. Fleming. Richard Belasco Ms. and Mrs. Desjardins John E. and Mrs. Courage Cruise Carpets. Georgia M. and Mrs.* and Mrs. Glenn S. Grace Ann Beltran Mr. Muriel F. Nick Abbatiello Mr. and Mrs. David Barricelli Ms. Brynes Scott Buechler Mr. Baxter Ms. Bundy and Ms. Dennis M. Louis V. Robert E. Cynthia L. and Mrs. Stanley Blacher Mrs. and Mrs. Delmonico Mr. Pereira Mr. Bordeleau Dolly and George Borts Mrs. Beaver Mr. Margaret Klitzke Christopher J. Lee Hecht Harrison. Louis J. Joyce Brian Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe. Lipsitt Michael N. and Mrs. A. Inc. Timothy Bigelow Mr. Tavares Universal Ambulance Service. and Mrs. Jr. Howard W. Linda Brydon Mr. Read Stephen P. MS The Senville Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Barrett. Thomas M. Irwin Sparr Mrs. MD Mr. Milton Raphaelson Mr. Jennifer Bauman Ms. Patterson Dr. Sorrentino. MD. Annalee M. Walsh Mr. Vincentia A. Alan L. Inc. and Kelly Sheridan. Mr. Katherine Blankenship Ms. and Mrs. PhD Ms. MD Mr. Patricia Boudrot Mr. Richard T. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mark P.. Bacon Ms. MD Mr. Jr. Sparr Textiles 2. Domenic F. Desjardins and Mrs. Vincent Pera Mr. Ashworth Astro-Med. CLU. Kenneth A. David Bennett Bentley Foundation Dr. Alterman and Ms. Howes. Beirne Mr. Joao Almeida Mr. Thomas R. Esq. Ltd. Jr. Picotte. Henry D. Marilyn J. Andre P. Robert H. Jennifer Bernier Mr. ChFc Phalanx Engineering. and Mrs. Michael J.. Welch Michael and Susan Winter 19 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Delphine Barrett Mr. Vaudreuil Mr. Ringeride Mr. MD Yoder & Tidwell. Joseph Warzycha Robert J. and Mrs. Allan Berman Ms. Blackham Ms. Ted Almon The Alperin/Hirsch Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Up to $499 Anonymous AAA Southern New England Mr. Roland J. Paul B. and Mrs. and Mrs. LLC Constance A. T. Paul E. James T. and Mrs. Mrs. Banna Mr. PharmD Mr. Matone. Maxwell. Marcia S. Karen A. Bowker Mrs. Robert Armstrong Mr. John Barber Barbara A. and Mrs. and Mrs. Allen Mr. PhD Ms. and Mrs. Belbruno Mrs. Mr. Ms. Nancy C. Gregory Sadovnikoff Ms. Lewis P. Alexander Ms. Westlake. Marsland and Ms. Margo J. and Mrs. Inc. Marino and Ms. Esq. Adams Dr. Arel Mrs. Allison Mr. Michael Recorvits Mrs. Leo Paul A. Denise H. Inc. Toby L. Michael Szostak Mr. Wesley Armstrong Claire and Jesse Arruda Mrs. Levi C. MD Mr. and Mrs. Diane Block Neal and Jane Lassen Bobruff Mr. Rolf Peters Dawn M. Betty C. Inc. MacKenzie Dr. Morton Alvaro Olivares. MD The Providence Center Mr. PhD William Braden III. Herbert Brown Richard A. and Mrs. Hynes Dr. Lieberman. Alan A. Bundy $500–$999 All Saints’ Memorial Church Dr. Patricia D’Ambra Mr. John W. Dr. DeStefano Rowland P. Mr. Doris E. Audrey R. Inc. Erika Argenti Mr.
Paul D. and Mrs. and Mrs. DeFalco. William R. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ana Costa Ms. Codega Mr. Ronald F. Cotta Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Deborah Cyganoski Ms. Wendy Fennelly The Safford Fenton Family Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John M. Fay James and Gail Feeney Mr. Mr. Ehrlich Emerson Investment Management Employees of the Memory and Aging Program Mary and Rick Engle EPOCH on Blackstone Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Dr. Dempsey and Ms. and Mrs. Emily Di Cenzo Ms. Caruso Mr. Paul Darcy Ms.. and Mrs. Bernard Dilullo Mr. Eugene R. Fred Constancia Mr. Sr. Corkery Corporate Transportation Ms. Ronald Denelle Ms. Feeney Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Orenstein and Ms. Rita Dias Mr. Saralyn Doran Joanne and Jim Onorato Mr. Dr. Capozzi Mr. Muriel R. Ellen M. Raymond J. Matthew Evans. Capece Mr. DaSilva Mr. Jr. Michael A. John P. Ronald Busconi Butler Hospital Staff Association Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Donna Cimini Bob and Sanra Cioe Michael and Judy Clancy Mrs. Caldarone Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Les and Mrs. and Mrs. Edward Burman Mr. Chelo Management Co. Marcia D. Rosa Catalan Catalano Construction. Constance Evrard Ms. Conway Dr. James M. Fish Mr. George and Ms. Coppa Ms. Sindy R. Inc. and Mrs. Harold and Mrs. Judith C. Bertha Faintych Frank J. Marie E. Maria Camara Mr. Joe Camara Ms. Maria F. Joseph M. Erin M. and Mrs. Andrew M. PhD Mrs. Donna Di Filippo Mrs. MD Malcolm Farmer III. Edenbaum Mrs. Edwards Ms. and Mrs. Allen H. Neil A. Chatterton. Jean M. Costello Mr. Faltus. Conklin Mr. Jr. Irving J. David Burgoon Mr. Mr. Dion Mr. Fitzsimons Mr. Barbara Feibelman Ms. Madeline Correia Ms. Mr. Maria C. Ann Marie Ferrer Dr. and Mrs. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Fabiani Mrs. and Mrs. Crowe Ms. Cardin Ms. Jane L. Angela L. Cooney Ms. Stephen R. Thomas Dolan Mr. Flood Steven and Robin Fox 20 . Cindy Duncan Mr. Coven Ms. Pat Del Gallo Mrs. Dias Ms. Edith G. Esq. Nancy M. Sally F. and Mrs. Paul L. Carol J. LLC Mr. Carr & Sons. Paul Collins Columbus Door Company Ms. Denham Ms. Ken Cheung Mrs. Davis Ms. Cashion Ms.Butler Hospital Donors Mr. Coca-Cola Enterprises Ms. Karen A. Amy B. Catherine Dempsey Mr. Hilda G. and the Honorable Susan L. William A. Edmund F. Frank N. Linda M. Edward T. Richard J. Codega Mr. Albert Ferrazza Ms. Mr. Cascione Case Construction Co. and Mrs. Inc. Campbell Mr. Costello and Mr. and Ms. Conway Mr. Costa Dr. Anne Corkery Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Mr. Alan S. Joseph P. Chisholm Mr. Samuel Chase Mrs. George T. and Mrs. Cyr-Larson Mr. Culligan Ms. Edward D. Buxton Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan K. Deller Karen and Michael Delponte Mr. Kevin T. Steve Buyske Mr. Carpenter H. Sidney Clifford. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clarke Mr.. Michael W. Fiori and Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Candace A. Paul Damiano Mr. Erickson Estate Planning Resources D. Rosalie Fain Mrs. Greene Mr. Patricia A. and Mrs. Kenneth Demers Mr. James Fasching Faulkner & Boyce. David A. John Demartini Mr. Donna J. Steve Carlino Mr. Farnum Mr. Mary A. Dennis Dresler Mr. Inc. Jesse J. Eisen Mrs. Robert F. DeMelo Mr. Flink Mr. Cunha Mrs. Steven Dresler Mrs. Chopin and Ms. Charles E.
Ltd. Katharine L. Kienlen Mr. Elizabeth Kearns Mr. Knowles Mrs. MD Ms. Hamel Ms. and Mrs. Howland* Ms. Catherine H. Kennedy Mrs. Lisa H. Charles A. Mr. Geltzer Gertrude N.Zelda and Bill Fox Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ms. Ms. Godfray Mr. Esq. Hopkins Ms. Fraser Lang Ms. Melissa Hamilton Mr. William S. Linda Goodreau Mr. Lucille I. Goldowsky and Seebert J. Hoffman Ms. Deborah D. Gerayln Gabriel Ms. Hoder Mr. Kernan Mr. Elaine Kroll Mr. and Mrs. PhD Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Gerard Goulet Mr. Gilbane. Goldenberg Mrs. Goldowsky Foundation Ms. Klein. Langlois Laurelmead Lawrence & Memorial Hospital Mr. Gunlogson Mr. and Mrs. Jr. and Mrs. Terry Kerr Mrs. and Mrs. Maybelle R. Jr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Suzanne A. Richard G. James A. Joseph R. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Gary Greenberg John H. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Anne B. Matthew Gunnip Mr. Brian Hindy Mr. Gallagher Mr. Christine A. MSW Ms. Jones Mr. Debora Heidtman Bill and Sue Henry Mr. and Mrs. CEAP Mr. and Mrs. William Harsch Haruki East. Kelly. LaLonde Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Goyette Mr. Galli Gateway Healthcare. and Mrs. Nelia C. Geraldine A. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kasle Ms. Merle Goldstein Ms. and Mrs. Terry L. Gagnon Ms. Kara LeBlanc and Mr. Robert Higgins Mr. R. Andre Heidenheim Prof. Hambly. Gouse Mr. Krause Ms. Jack Kelly Susan M. Robert Hamel Ms. Francis Furey Roofing & Construction Gabriella G. Bruce H. Nathaniel B. Joseph Kinder Michael C. and Mrs. Hilda Gomez Ms. Ted Holmberg Marianne Holmes and Ken Knox Mr. Gaal. Martha Goyette Mr. Robert Gilbane Mr. Seymour Lederberg 21 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . David Gaunt Mrs. MD Ms. Le Ms. Inc. Growdon. Marie J. Michael P. Irick Mrs. Anthony Hirsch Mr. Thomas L. Anne L. MD. Eugene Gousie Ms. and Mrs. Robert Grady Benjamin Greenberg. Michael R. Charles T. J. Judith Gourse Hoffman. Gigandet Mr. Ellen B. LICSW.
Mizrahi Dr. Sue A. Ralph J. Mr. Pereira Ms. Paiva Mrs. Joseph Palumbo Ms. Keith G. Donna M. Joseph A. Quattrucci* Estate of Dorothy L. Frederick Radway Mr. Prof. Paliano Mr. Vincent Marenghi Mr. Septic Service Mrs. Thomas H. John C. Joseph A. Inc. Miller Mr. Russell Morin Ms. Quigley Ken and Alicia Quirk Renee S. and Mrs. Teri Pearlstein and Dr. and Mrs. MD Ms. Ragosta. McLaughlin Mr. Deborah A. Inc. Murray Mystic Physical Therapy Associates. Joseph Rainone. and Mrs. James R. Lincourt Mrs. Teri Pimley Mr. Libeati Ms. Rita J. Graham H. and Ms. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mr. Michael V. Inc. John J. Brandon Qualls Ms. Susan Saccocia Olson O’Melveny & Myers. Morito Mt. C. Noonan Oaklawn Elementary School Ms. Jr. McLaughlin Associate Judge and Mrs. and Mrs. Nada Petrovic Katharine A. Rogg Ms. Madden Mr. Martin Debra and Neil Martin Saul A. Jr. Chris C. Palmer. William B. Benjamin W.Butler Hospital Donors Ms. Leedham Lefkowitz. Jane S. and Mrs. O'Gallagher Ms. Powell Daniel Prevost Dr. and Mrs. John Nigris Richard and Maureen Nixon Ms. Jr. Milligan Mr. Jr. Moniz Mr. McCrossan Ms. and Mrs. Poonam Modha Ms. Gina R. Marland Ms. Medeiros Mr. and Mrs. Joan A. Paul C. PC Dr. Phillips. Joan Ress Reeves Rehoboth Country Club The Renaissance Financial Group. Luann S. Armando R. McAndrew. Maguire Ms. Piscopiello Mr. Ann MacDonald Ms. Mr. Ostrove Mr. McCarthy Dr. Penn Ms. Patricia A. Ana I. Esq. Ms. Franc Miller Ivan W. Lindahl Mr. and Mrs. Mead Ms. McCartney Mr. Monaghan Ms. and Mrs. Francis X. Natalie Pereira Michael Perri & Sons. John M. Gloria L. Richard Levy Mr. Barbara Ray Ms. Kristen Ohanian Mr. Esq. Meghan McKenna Mr. Bill Menard Mr. Madden Mr. Martinelli Mr. Palmer Mr. Pat A. Alice M. Donald Lopes Mr. Parrillo. Dr. LLP Ms. Gordon L. Carly J. Natalia C. Rabinowitz Mr. Moriarty Mr. Maria Lucena Melissa A. and Mrs. Ludwig. Anna I. McLaughlin Dr. Garfinkel. Jeffrey M. Margaret Poole Ms. Martha E. and Mrs. Madden Ms. and Mrs. Nicholson. John Pinkos Mr. Elizabeth F. St. Robley Louttit Ms. and Mrs. Scott A. Richard K. Dorothy E. Sarah Paoloni Mr. Peter Miniati III Mrs. Wayne M. Masterson Custom Upholstering Thomas J. Jr. T. Thomas Perry The Honorable Rhoda E. Francis Health Center Mrs. Rianna 22 *Denotes deceased . Macdonald MacLean Charitable Foundation Ms. and Mrs. Monahan Ms. Perry Ms. MD Ms. Parker. Donna Martin Ms. Cynthia R. Christopher J. and Mrs. Robert Masoian Mastens Family David J. Mr. Raymond F. Martiesian Ms. RI Council of Community Mental Health Organizations. Douglas Owens Mr. Maria Lima Ms. Picotte Mickey and Betty-Ann Pierce Ms. Pollitt Ms. and Mrs. McCleary Mr. Helen G. Neri. Dennis Olson and Mrs. MD Mr. Martha I. Amanda M. Parker Robert D. and Mrs. Steven Lindahl Mr. Champi & DeRienzo. Robert Nadeau Mr. Diane Monast Ms. and Mrs. Sheila A. Paula M. David J. Thomas Noel and Ms. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Barbara L. Nancy Pearson Mr. PC Mr. Vincent F. Thomas Ramsbey Ms. Joan Marconi Mr. Jr. McLoughlin Ms.. Mary M. Kathy and Kelly McCann Ms.
Bernard S. Solomon. Sharon J. MD Ms. Ruth Sauber Mrs. Stewart Dr. Hinda P. and Mrs. Maureen O. Staples Starkweather & Shepley. Mr. Sine Mr. Paul A. William J. David R. Semonoff Robert W. John E. Ed Shea Ms. Maria D. Shire Mr. Rosen Mrs. Terry E. Virginia J. Mary F. Ruth L. Esq. Ed Beliveau Mr. Solem Joel B. Selya Ms. Richard Small Mr. Gary J. MD Mr. Spitznagel Ms. Roseanna Sanchi Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Sheehan. Smith Ms. Schuster Mr. Marvin G. Inc. Silva Mr. Shadd. Edna C. David Rubin Patrick and Ellen Ryan Mr. MD Ms. Strong and Dr. Karroll L. Arthur Smith Mr. Elizabeth J. Milton Scribner The Honorable and Mrs. Robinson. and Mrs. Bruce M. Rosa Mr. Sofios Ms. Ronning Mr. Rickler. Donald Shore Signs & Sites Mr. Louis L. Lisa C. and Mrs. Stallard Bob and Jean Stallard Mrs. David A. Gregory C. Angelo Saccoccia Nicki Sahlin. Rosen Ms. and Mrs. Joan A. Rosen. Edward P. Silver Ms. Silva Mrs.Ms. Sally J. Martin Mr. Sherry Roberts Mr. and Mrs. PhD Ms. Strong 23 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Richards Kenneth C. Spina Mr. Lila Sapinsley Mrs. Michaela Sprague Sharon and Frank St. Frederick A. Louis Rotella Mr. and Mrs. Kathleen R. Sheehan Reverend David F. Judith Sheehan and Mr. Ms. Rogers Mr. Nancy Roberts Mrs. Jr. MD Mr. Snyder Ms. Albert D. Rosen Wilma S. Matthew Steckler Mr.
Samuel D. Thompson. Marlene Tirrell TRAC Builders’ Inc. and Mrs. Webber. John T. Thomas Tetrault Mr. and Mrs. Varone Mr. Frances D. Joseph Truppi Ms. 24 . Wallander Mr. Margaret A. Terry Mr. Jr. Patricia A. Vignone Ms. and Mrs. LLP Mr. Walsh. Ms. Marcia L. MD Mr. Jeffrey Vogel Ms. and Mrs. James Taylor Mr. James E. Joe and Marie Travers Mr. Anna L. Twomey Ms. Joseph Yaeger Mr. Ms. Sullivan Ida and Angelo Sullo Mr. Zurie We make every attempt to recognize all of our donors. Fred Uriot. Ted and Mrs. Merry Whittaker Ms. Jeane Wiley Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Yates Agustin G. III Jerry and Jacquie Tarnoff Ms. Webster Mr. Linda Upczak Mr. Jean E. Sutherland. T. Maria Tavares Mr. Maria L. MD Ms. Carolyn A. Patricia Villella Mrs. Warnken Banice M. Ted Winston Mrs. and Mrs. David L. Volpe Kati and David E. and Mrs. Wiesenhahn Mrs. CPP Mrs. and Mrs. Sullivan Mr. Stephanie Turek Ms. CPA Miss Ann Thorndike Ms. and Mrs. Moira F. Jr. Wolman Mr.Butler Hospital Donors Studio of Architecture & Art Sullivan & Company CPAs. Yip. Charles E. Vitrano Mr. Dorothy Tsoumakas Ms. Timothy Theiler Ms. John M. Please help us to maintain the integrity of our database by contacting the Funds Development Office at (401) 455-6581 to inform us if we’ve misrepresented your gift. and Mrs. and Mrs. Helen Turcotte. Anthony M. and Mrs. David Wilson Mr. Michael Wood Mr.
Sundlun The Quidnessett Country Club Ms. Thomas Noel and Ms. Richard E. Olton. Inc. Gregory J. John Moakler Mulligans Golf & Entertainment Newport County Propane. Jeffrey Caruso Cigar Masters Ms. Inc. Steve Carlino Mr. Norman Cotter Crestwood Country Club CVS Pharmacy. Frank N. Iannuccillo International Tennis Hall of Fame Capt. Inc. Gilstein & Company. Mr. LLP Pine Valley Golf Club Rota Portrait Design Sakonnet Vineyards Lori Shulkin Designs Siena Smoke Lounge Mrs. Thompson. Dick Lamby Ledgemont Country Club Mr. Caruso Mr. Dunkin’ Donuts Center Festival Ballet Providence Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse Geppetto’s Pizzeria Golftec Hasbro. Marjorie L. Alpert Altadis USA Andrea Valentini Ann & Hope Outlet Stores Boston Red Sox William Braden III. and Mrs. MD Cafe Nuovo Caffe Dolce Vita Camille’s Mr. J. Donna J. CPA Trattoria Simpatico Wellesley Council on Aging YKK USA. and Mrs. Tom Zotos 25 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . Hemenway’s Seafood Grill & Oyster Bar Hilton’s Tent City Hotel Dolce Villa Mr. and Mrs. Maguire Mediterraneo Caffe Metacomet Country Club Dr. Inc. and Mrs. Patricia A. Mary M. Newport National Golf Club Mr. Renn Olenn Leslie A.Gifts-in-Kind Anonymous Mr. DMD Parsons Kellogg Pawtucket Country Club Pawtucket Red Sox Piccerelli. Conklin Mr.
Gunning Tracey M. Capozzi David W. Constance Evrard Mrs. Esq. and Mrs. Joan Marconi Dr. Edward J. and Mrs. Iannuccillo Dr. Robert Baute Mr. and the Honorable Susan L. Melinda Knight Brandon H. Antonio Capone Mrs. Cascione. Cooney Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clare Mr. and Mrs. William LaLonde Mr. and Mrs. Hagan Benjamin P. Melvin Clanton Mr. MD Mr. Alan L. MacAdams Ms. and Mrs* Bernard V. A. Kennedy Dr. Follick. EdD Mr. Doris J. MD Diane Lipscombe. Maurice W. Levi C. and Mrs. William J. Lieberman. Heru. Esq. Keller The Honorable Patrick J. and Mrs. Farrell Roberta B. Furman. Gardner Mr. Isabel H. Holt and Mrs. Sam B. Mr. Jeffrey W. and Mrs. Mr. Dias Elizabeth Duffy. James G. and Mrs. Esq. . John C. Kelly Sheridan Mr. Joyce Brian Mr. Mr. Dursin. Karen Adams Mr. Alison M. and Mrs. Dr. Paul T. Allen H. Caron Zlotnick Mr. Mary M. Farmer Mr. Richard W. Constance Howes and Mr. Leon Boghossian Mr. Lenore Leach Ms. Goff Dr. RN Mr. Fox Mr. Kasle and Mrs. Nancy M. Louis Marino *Denotes deceased 26 . Jeff Grybowski Ms. Hopkins Ms. Noel M. Jeremiah Mr. Lipsitt. Robert Gilbane Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Edwards Mrs. Stanley P. Jr. Field. Robert M. Joseph Le Mrs. Martin B. Gouse The Honorable Corinne P. Corkery Richard A. Earl Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. JD Mr. Mr. Roderick A.* and Mrs. Herbert Brown Mr. Dean T. Ellen Kasle Dr. Hopkins Mr. Allen Mr. Andrews. Marcel M. Dusel Mr. Maguire Ms. Edward D. Steven R. and Mrs. and Mrs. Grande Mr. Esq. Guthrie. Frank Delmonico Charles Denby II. and Mrs. Frederick R. Andrea M. and Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gregory J. Donna E. Farrell and Dr. Charles J. LaPidus. and Mrs. Blacher Mr. Feather. Margaret D. Mr. MD Mr. Dale Klatzker Mrs. Charles A. Jones.. Patrick Little Mr. Cavanagh Mr. Stanley Aronson Ms. and Mrs. Countryman Mr. Esq. Harris III. Krupp.* and Mrs. Thomas Goddard Ms. Griffiths Mr. Jr.Butler Hospital Corporation Members Mr. J. and Mrs. Fogarty Michael J. Cicchitelli Mr. Samuel M. Hector Jaso Chief Justice Jeremiah S. Bordeleau Mrs. James A. PhD Lewis P. DeBlois Mr. Bertha Faintych Malcolm Farmer III. Buxton Dr. Deborah J. and Mrs. Esq. Langley Susan R. and Mrs. Mrs. Bonnie Baker Dr. Adams Mr. Jr. Jr. Gaal. MD Rabbi Leslie Y. Jonathan Farnum Mrs. Bolton Mr. PhD Mr. Jr. Roland J. Ronald F. Cyr-Larson Linda P. J. Gourse Mr. Barbara Van Sciver Crouchley Ms. John Hynes Mr. MD Ms. Robert E. Sidney Clifford Mr. Holt Mrs. and Mrs. Cottiero. and Mrs. Carroll. Charles Francis Martin J. and Mrs. Rosalie Fain Mrs. Nathaniel B. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. Maurice Bissonnette Mr. and Mrs. Buonanno. Cascione Mr. Elizabeth C. Cynthia Kaplan Mr. Neil A. and Mrs. PhD The Honorable Gordon D. Joan C. and Mrs. Dennis B. MD Mr. and Mrs. Abbood Ms. Gordon and Dr. David S. Damon. Licht Paul B. Donald Lopes Mr. Meredith Curren Ms. Juana Horton Ms. MD Gabriella G. Thomas Courage Ms. and Mrs. and Mrs. Gutterman Mr.
Ms. Jr. Sherry Roberts Anthony V. Robert D. and Mrs. Shire Ms. Mrs. Philip B. Patricia A. Dana Quigley Mr. Thomas Riel Mrs.* and Mrs. Sparr Reverend Rebecca L. Dede McGuire John J. Jr. Joan L. Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Winston Mr. W. Wilkinson Mrs. Nelson Mr. Robert G. and Mrs. Charles Maynard Mrs. Shadd. ChFc Mr. Esq. Sapinsley Mrs. CPA William McQuaid. Sharp Ms. Walsh. Esq. Sackett Nicki Sahlin. and Mrs. Matone. Thomas W. PhD Mrs. and Joseph J. David L. and Mrs. Ruth L. Tavares Mr. and Mrs. Ted Winston 27 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 . MD Mr. Paul Coe Nicholson. and Mrs. ChFc Ms. Patricia Martinez Michael N. Rocha. Maureen O. Gerald McClure Mrs. Peter Miniati III Mr. Parker. Pearlman Dawn M. Mr. Charles Reppucci Mr. Joseph A. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Francis X. Cynthia Patterson Mr. Esq. Spencer Gary R. CLU. Sorrentino. McNamee. Eva Seed The Honorable and Mrs. Sherman Reverend David F. Recupero. Jr. Jr. Silva Mrs. and Mrs. Jr. Palumbo Mr. Peter. Barbara M. Walker III Barry W. Betty B. and Mrs. Parrillo. Miller Mr. Mary F. Robbins Ms. Robert H. Ruth Sauber Ms. Read Patricia R. Price. and Mrs. MD. Gordon L. MD Mr. Alan A. Smith Louis V. and Mrs. MD James K. Dorothy M. JD. Ruth V. MD Mr. Westlake. Lincoln Mossop Dr. Merrill W. Mrs. McCarthy Mr. Robert Nadeau Mrs. Bruce M. Carol Brady Prunk Mr. Reilly. Rosen Karen Rosene-Montella. Esq. Williams Mr. Pinkos Mr. Rosati Mrs. Mr. Leslie Sweeney Mr. Terry The Honorable O. James H. Kekin A. McCrossan Ms. John J. David Winoker Mrs. and Mrs. McAndrew Mr. MD Mrs. Peter H. Palmer. Ruth Samdperil Prof.* Mr. Wall. Sheehan Ms. James V. CLU. Toole Mrs. Sullivan. MD The Honorable Bruce Sundlun Mrs. and Mrs. John J. Thompson Mr. MD Dr. Picotte. Robert Radway Dr. Robert A. Daniel J. Padula Mr. Selya Robert W. McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Shah Mr. David A. John M. Joseph Warzycha Robert J. Sullivan. Mr. John T. Rogers Mr. Frank W. Thomas Parris Ms. Riesman Mr. Frank R. and Mrs. Barbara S. Jeffrey M. Esq. Frederick Radway Mr. Rogeriee Thompson Ms. Deborah A. Powers Lawrence H. Mercedes Mendez Mrs. Ralph Posner Ms. Olenn Mr. Prignano. Anne E. Mary P. Steven Rasmussen Mr. Nancy Roberts Ms. Recupero. Mary B. and Mrs. MD Steve M. St. MD Ms. Susan Tracy-Durant Mr.
MD Gary R. Quality and Regulation James K. Geriatrics Alvaro J. Outpatient Services Tracey M. MD Associate Medical Director. Langley Diane Lipscombe. Medical Staff Association September 1. MD Medical Director/ Psychiatrist-in-Chief May 31. General Medicine Research Program Ghulam-Mustafa Surti. Pediatrics Katharine A. MD President. Keller. MD Associate Medical Director. Szulewski. MD Secretary-Treasurer Linda L. MD Associate Medical Director. Staunton. Rocha. Patient Assessment Services Audrey R. Stein. Lieberman. 2009 to present Patricia R. to May 31. Chambers. MSN. Recupero. Holt Assistant Treasurer Kekin A. PhD Associate Chief. MD Chief. Sullivan. MD Member-at-Large Ana Tuya Fulton. MD Chief. Solomon. CPA Treasurer Dean T. MD Assistant Unit Chief. MD Chief. Body Dysmorphic Disorders Clinic Dawn M. Lipsitt. PhD Assistant Clinical Director Mary Marran Associate Vice President. 2009 Paul F. Reppucci Chair Allen H. MD Vice President Ghulam-Mustafa Surti. Tyrka. MD. Greenberg. Berard Director. Shea. Olivares. Aronson. MD Chief. DeBlois Margaret D. 2009 Gary P. MD Chief. Funds Development Mary H. Parker. Patient Care Services Susan C. Guthrie. D3C Susan M. 2007 to August 30. Gordon. Facilities Management Linda Damon. JD. Martin. RN. Marketing and Public Affairs Lawrence H. Patient Care Services Walter A. PhD Chief. Sapinsley MEDICAL STAFF ASSOCIATION Michael A. Finance/CFO Michele R. Salloway. McNamee. Alves. PhD Rabbi Leslie Y. Phillips. MD Chief. Brinson Associate Vice President. JD. LICSW Associate Vice President. D3C Leonard J. MD Chief. Cicchitelli Vice Chair Stanley M. Esq. TRUSTEES WITH HONORARY STATUS Charles T. Quality and Planning James E. Patient Care Services Bonnie Baker. Associate Vice President. Marino. Medical Staff Association September 1. Esq. Business Development/ COO Michael A. MD President/CEO Lisa B. MD Unit Chief. Picotte. MD President Lisa B. Child and Adolescent Treatment Units Charles E. MD Assistant Unit Chief. Furman. Neurological Services Joel B. Jr. Shea. Finance Patricia Melaragno Director. Medical Staff Association September 1. MD Director. MD Chief. Kelly. MS Chief. 2009 EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT COUNCIL James W. Mood Disorders Program TRUSTEES William J. MD Chief. Farrell. Fiori. Substance Abuse Benjamin D. Padula Arthur S. Adolescent Unit Stephen P. Shah Secretary Phyllis C. Medical Staff Affairs Alan L. Psychiatric Partial Program Louis J. 2009 to present Martin B. Olenn Robert G. MD Clinical Director Steven A.The Management Team Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS Charles R. Michael Follick. Adult Treatment Unit.. MD President. Alcohol and Drug Treatment Unit Ana Tuya Fulton. MD President/CEO James K. Affective Disorders 28 . MD President. MD. MD Unit Chief. MD Associate Medical Director. Adolescent Unit Michael D. Robbins Anthony V. Carpenter. Gutterman Dennis B. Field Assistant Secretary Patricia R. Recupero. Dias Vice President. Fiori. Chambers Robert E. Adult Treatment Unit Paul B. Sullivan. MD Assistant Unit Chief. MHA Vice President. PhD Lewis P. Peter. Internal Medicine Martin J. Epstein-Lubow. Allen Earl D. Fiori. MD Vice Chair John J. 2008. MD Psychiatrist-in-Chief October 1. CPA Associate Vice President. CPA Vice President. PhD Mary B. Francis Lila M. Malloy. Jr. MD Associate Medical Director and Chief. Price. Geriatrics Michael A. Kent Unit Susan H. Rasmussen. 2007 to September 30. Carpenter. MD. St. MD Member-at-Large MEDICAL LEADERSHIP Linda L.
Adolescent and CITU Treatment Services Sherrie Collins Operations Manager. D3 Susan Larson. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Nursing Edward Lyons. RN Nurse Manager. Patient Assessment Services Philip Sands Assistant Chief Engineer.MANAGEMENT TEAM Sandra Biafore. Patient Assessment Services Nicole Flanagan. Psychiatric Partial Hospital Debora Heidtman. RN Supervisor. Patient Financial Services/ Call Center Maria Fatima Rodrigues Manager. Nursing Lorena Zisk. Patient Assessment Services Kerry Mello. Adolescent and CITU Treatment Programs Judy Sheehan. Nursing Nancy Stallbaum. Library Services Joseph Giuliano Director. Dietary Services Pamela Brown. Patient Accounts Maryann Firmino. Electroconvulsive Therapy Richard Johnson. RN Nurse Manger. D3 Diane M. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. RN Clinical Care Director. Nursing Timothy Bigelow. Outpatient Program Madeline Correia Director of Research Finance Ellen Costello. Jr. Security Sarah Larson. Infection Control/ Employee Health Paul McSoley. RN Director. Human Resources Frederick Brown III Kitchen Manager. Eating Disorders. Social Services Maria Figueroa Director. Plant and Maintenance Joanne Matthew. Intensive Treatment Unit Christopher Maxwell. LDN Chief Clinical Dietitian. SPHR Director. RN Nurse Manager. RN. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Occupational Therapy Pamela Ouellette. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Public Relations Robert Hamel. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. Director. RN Director. RN. Alcohol and Drug Treatment Unit Christopher Towey. Patient Assessment Services Paul Collins. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. Nursing Operations Adetokunbo Ladipo Assistant Supervisor. D3 Judith LeFrancois. Nursing Kristen Sayles. Nursing Education Jocelyn Sherman. Social Services Mary Ella Dubreuil. Pharmacy Andrea McGinn. RN Supervisor. RN Manager. Davidson Director. PhD Director. RN Supervisor. Psychiatric Partial Hospital Diana Jablonski. MHA Director. PhD Director. Patient Assessment Services Reverend Pamela Rannenberg Chaplain. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Adult Treatment Unit. RN Supervisor. Adult Treatment Unit. Payroll Moira Varone. RN Nurse Manager. Patient Assessment Services Robert Wojciechowski Supervisor. RD. Pharmacy Ivan Miller III. Psychiatric Partial Hospital Mary Ann DaSilva. Patient Assessment Services Kirsti Svendsen. Adult Services Catherine Horton. Accounting Lois Dias Supervisor. MS. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. Patient Assessment Services Ruthann Gildea. Housekeeping Sheila Zangwill. RN. RN. Dietary Services James Hallan. General Adult Treatment Unit Diane Gibalerio. RN Supervisor. CAGS Program Director. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Finance Barbara Ostrove. MLIS Director. BSN. MS Director. RN Director. RN Nurse Manager. PhD Director. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Alcohol and Drug Treatment Unit Theresa Venditto. Patient Assessment Services Linda Martins Billing Compliance Auditor Robert Masoian Chief Engineer. Housekeeping Shandrea Rodriguez. Planning and Business Development Steven Rainone. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. OTR/L Director. Housekeeping Diane Ferreira. Adult Treatment Unit. General Adult Treatment Unit/Kent Unit Helen Turcotte Manager. MA. Psychosocial Research Nicholas Miranda Supervisor. PharmD Assistant Director. LCDP Director. RN Director. Security Norma Orzel Director of Reimbursement. Senior Treatment Unit Laura Drury. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. MSN Director. Adult Treatment Unit. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. RN Supervisor. Patient Assessment Services Maria McKay. RN Clinical Assistant Nurse Manager. Intensive Treatment Unit Denise Jerue. Reception Donna DiLullo. D4 Michele Pereira. LICSW Clinical Director. Pastoral Care Program Cheryl Ricapito Manager. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Patient Assessment Services Richard Brown. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Revenue Cycle Jeannine Desilets Director. Dietary Services Dinarte Soares. RN Assistant Nurse Manager. Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services Shirley Dyndur Supervisor. PharmD Director. Nursing Christopher Paiva. RN. Plant and Maintenance Michael Sansone. PCNS Clinical Care Director. Addictions Research James Carroll Facility Compliance Manager Donna Centracchio. Senior Treatment Unit 29 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 .
Wout CLINICAL VOLUNTEERS Angela Aguiar Melissa Angelini Sabrina Bala Katy Belon Aimee Bernstein Rachel Bird Leanne Borden Morgan Brescia Herb Brown Chalice Charpentier Thomas Cotter Meghan Crabtree Siobhan Creedon Jennifer Creighton Matthew DeCubellis Molly Dutton Meghan Egan Sarah Fogarty Sarah Jane France Brittney Gracia Leon Harrison Christopher Healey Paulette Holbrook Joseph Holshoe Kathleen Jenson Christina Jones Diana Kalkotshaia Eva Kurtz-Nelson Kevin Labresh Andrea Lavine Deb Liberti Kara Machado Michele McJunkin Elizabeth McLaughlin Jaime Messier Rachel Mosbahcer Kimberly Moyers Julie Muhamed Grace Neubauer Bright Onye Nancy Racette Danielle Rizzini Elizabeth Sedlak Reverand David Shire Tessa Tomassini Alexis Trillo Christina Tucciarone Pamela Wells Lena Zafirades Angela Zaydon HOSPITALITY SUITE Stephanie Costello Marguerite DelPonte Patricia Rusk Elizabeth Scharfstein Feather Sedam Anshu Vaish GIFT SHOP Sally Greenberg Velma Jack Jackie Jahnke Harrison Matthew Irma Pereira Jeanne Theberge OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY Kerri Crescenzo-Croft Aimee Ducharme Aubrie Field Cynthia Fontaine Jose Gomez Angela Green Cynthia Kaplan Holly Lachance Patricia Ley Marissa Lombardi Emma McDougall Israel Okunola Amy Quinlan Emily Rich Suelem Rosalino Erin Ursillo Emily Williamson PATIENT AND FAMILY EDUCATION CENTER Anthony Angelotti Rachel Bernier Kayla Boss FRONT DESK Maurice Applebaum Cynthia Silva 30 .Volunteers Fiscal Year 2008 – 2009 CLERICAL VOLUNTEERS Meghan Buisson Katelyn Chopy Lavon Dale Roberta Feather Roberta Helming Jared Joseph Corinne Kavanaugh Susan Lapidus Christine Pepe Joseph Russo Robert Scott Feather Sedam Joseph Sharkey Sonal Sheyte Robert Smith Alex Stein Stephanie Taktikos Ellayna Ungureau Irving Coven Kevin Curtis Barbara DeMuccio Fran Drury Alexis George Cayla Giblin Nick Pensalfini RESEARCH David Ahern Kate Bagley Adam Baker Heather Bennett Derrick Bryson Natalie Burrows Alicia Corbo Lauren DeVuono Kyle Dillon Anish Dube Ayla Durst Julianne Elofson Autrey Faye Jacqueline Flores Maria Garcia-Jiminez Kristen Garvey Gideon Goldin David Guo Jenna Freitas Autumn Froias Alicia Haelin Charles Haley Jason Hassenstab Eun-Bee Kwon Maura Ladino Kathryn Magnoli Valerie Maine Adam Miller Martha Niemiec Jasmine Obioha Tara Ruggieri Erin Schlicting Megan Schmidt Teresa Silfer Kam Sripada Emily Stalker Amy Steinmetz Katherine Tierney Chloe Troia Nicholas Urban Marscha Van T.
. Butler Hospital provided $3....................................... 2009 Inpatient Discharges Adult .729........ $57..................................................................2 million in uncompensated care to the community.........000 Total Revenue ......................193.......000 Net Assets Released from Restrictions and Used for Operations.. 31 BUTLER HOSPITAL ANNUAL REPORT 2009 ......................................................177 Children and Adolescents ..$17........ 490 Partial Hospital Discharges .......000 Other Revenue ................................ $85.................................... 2009 Net Patient Service Revenue ........................542 Patient Evaluations Patient Assessment Services ................ 2.................................845 Outpatient Visits .....000 Income from Operations .... 8.........000 Contribution to Brown ......... $1.......... 13.........437....841...............................................000 Total Operating Expenses .... $88......000 In FY 2009...........................027.................................................802 fiscal HIGHLIGHTS Fiscal Year ending September 30.... 1... $412................935 Kent Unit.940...patient care STATISTICS Fiscal Year ending September 30............ 4.............. $13.................
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