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FACTS AND FIGURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 06/30/11
Licensed Acute Care Beds Licensed Skilled Nursing Beds Admissions - Hospital Patient Days - Hospital Patient Days - SNFs combined Deliveries Surgeries - combined Outpatient Visits ER Visits - combined Hollister Rural Health Clinic Visits San Juan Bautista Clinic Visits
49 127 2,489 7,226
Gross Patient Revenue: Medicare Medi-Cal Blue Cross Private Insurance Self-Pay Total Contractual Adjustments
Amount % 84,643,670 38.89% 63,875,413 29.35% 36,439,990 16.74% 24,042,673 11.05% 8,658,832 3.98% 217,660,578 100.00% 142,262,987 75,397,591 2,012,655
36,021 Net Patient Revenue 409 Other Operating Revenue 2,257 97,837 15,494 18,742 4,761 Net Operating Revenue 77,410,246 Expenses: Salaries / Wages /Registry 32,092,298 Benefits 15,459,250 Supplies 8,042,451 Purchased Services 7,509,243 Professional Fees 6,650,645 Depreciation /Amortization/Interest 4,953,896 Rental 926,792 Other Operating Expenses 2,100,965 Total Operating Expenses Net Operating Income (Loss) Non-Operating Revenue\Expense Net Income (Loss)
Clinic at 4th Street / San Juan Rd. Visits 11,334 Home Health Visits # of Employees # of Physicians # of Volunteers 7,008 549 126 356
41.28% 19.89% 10.35% 9.66% 8.56% 6.37% 1.19% 2.70%
77,735,540 100.00% (325,294) 2,232,509 1,907,215
A message from Ken Underwood, CEO
In this issue of Healthline; Beyond Healthcare, we present our annual report to the community. No doubt, 2011 had its challenges! Healthcare reform is changing the way we do business almost on a daily basis. But, the year was also marked by the success of the ew ER’s first year of operation and the beginning of construction on the New Women’s Center. These new facilities and the new First Street Clinic are much needed and will help us serve the local community. But, the role of Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in San Benito County goes “beyond healthcare.” We are the second largest employer in the area, with some 76% of our 584 employees San Benito County residents. For every one hospital job, an additional 1 ½ jobs are created locally. We contributed, just in payroll and labor-related services, $49 million back into the community in 2011 alone. As a public agency, we receive local property tax support of $1,344,000 annually, representing only 1.84% of our total net revenues of $77,410,246. All of our revenues are invested back into the institution to maintain our facilities or to purchase equipment and technology. As the safety net provider for those who need healthcare, regardless of their ability to pay, we provided just over $8 million in charity care last year. Through scholarships, sponsorships, partnerships and community service projects the Hospital and its employees support many local non-profit organizations and agencies. We’re active in Lulac, Kinship, Exchange Club, San Benito County Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Association, YMCA, Community Pantry, Relay for Life, Rotary and the County Fair. We engage in community outreach activities throughout the community such as health education classes and health fairs. Our priority, of course, is providing our community with the highest quality healthcare services. Our employees, physicians, volunteers and donors are the core of our institution. We are proud of the work that we do. I want to take this opportunity to thank the San Benito County and Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital community for another successful year of partnership and growth!
Ken Underwood, CEO
Actual letters from HHMH Patients
Dr. Leonard Caputo General Surgery
Dr. Ariel Hurtado Anesthesiologist
Dr. Leonard Caputo, General Surgeon and Dr. Ariel Hurtado, Anesthesiologist share many passions. It’s clear that both have a passion for medicine, for their families, their patients and their home town of Hollister. Dr. Caputo moved to Hollister as a young boy with his family in 1974. He was inspired to pursue medicine after taking classes in anatomy and physiology in high school. “That and a promise from my father that as long as I stayed in school, he would do all he could to support me,” stated Dr. Caputo. He did his undergraduate work at Pacific Union College in Napa, CA, receiving a bachelors degree and then went on to Loma Linda University School of Medicine where he earned his MD. He completed his surgical residency at Loma Linda Medical Center. Dr. Caputo is a Diplomat of the American Board of Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of surgeons. He has served two terms as Chief of Staff at Hazel Hawkins and recently completed his MBA in Healthcare from George Washington University in Washington DC. He specializes in anti-reflux surgery for chronic heart burn or GERD.
where he was born. “My whole extended family --my mother’s and my father’s parents and my family-- lived on the same street, he said. They all spoke Italian (Dr. Caputo is fluent in Italian and Spanish). We all moved to Hollister at the same time and lived on the same block of Loma Vista Drive. My family is the reason I came back to Hollister to set up my practice, he added. I wanted my sons Ben (17), Stefan (15) and Christian (13) to grow up under the wing of their grandparents, as I had.” Dr. Hurtado was born and raised in Hollister. His parents came here by way of Mexico in the 60’s. His father was a truck driver and his mother a homemaker and seasonal cannery worker. Dr. Hurtado just always knew he wanted to be a doctor. He and his four siblings all graduated from San Benito High School. All five kids went on to college. Dr. Hurtado did his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, where he received his bachelors degree then went to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor for Medical School to earn his MD. He underwent a surgical internship at UC San Francisco, then completed his anesthesia residency at UC Irvine. He stayed on at Irvine for an additional year of training, completing a fellowship in “regional anesthesia and pain management.” He started practicing at UC Irvine and later became a member of the faculty there.
Sons of Immigrants
Dr. Caputo is the son of Italian immigrants who came through Ellis Island in 1956 and settled in Brooklyn, NY, 4
On the Cutting Edge
Doctors Hurtado and Caputo often work on cases together. Dr. Caputo has been practicing at HHMH since 1997. Dr. Hurtado just joined the medical staff in 2011. Dr. Hurtado brings with him his cutting-edge training in regional anesthesia. “I put body parts to sleep, he says. We can administer anesthesia guided by ultrasound directly to a small site with regional anesthesia. This is called a “regional block” or a “regional nerve block” and lasts 24-36 hours. The patient who gets regional anesthesia has less recovery time and less pain in the long run. The body experiences less overall trauma from the surgery, he added. It’s state-of-the-art, and now unique to HHMH.” “The medical staff and administration have been very supportive of these new procedures, and I’m very grateful for that. The facilities at Hazel Hawkins are nicer than the ones I worked at in Los Angeles, adds Hurtado. The new ER is phenomenal! I’m glad to be here.” “Although I always wanted to return to Hollister, the longer I practiced in the Los Angeles area, the more unlikely I thought it would be that I would get that opportunity. So, when Dr. Caputo called me, I jumped at the chance. I’ve travelled and lived all over the world. Hollister is the only place I really feel at home. In Los Angeles, I never really knew my patients. It’s very gratifying to treat family and people I know. It’s much more personal.” Dr. Hurtado is also fluent in Spanish. “I can see the relief on my patient’s faces when I’m explaining a procedure to them directly and not through an interpreter. It puts them at ease.”
All in the Family
Dr. Caputo’s wife Careen is an optometrist. She shares a medical office building with her husband adjacent to HHMH on Sunset Drive. His brother Nicholas is a physical therapist at HHMH while his son Ben, who wants to follow in his dad’s footsteps and become a surgeon, volunteers at the Hospital. Dr. Hurtado’s wife, Megan is a Nurse Practitioner in Dr. Peter Coelho’s family practice office on Sunset Drive. She too is bilingual (English/Spanish) and specializes in women’s health. They have two children; son, Sebastian (1) and daughter, Marina (3). Dr. Hurtado says he’s looking forward to getting involved in local school sports programs and finding time to practice martial arts, which is one of his favorite pastimes.
LEONARD CAPUTO, M.D.
GENERAL SURGERY 891 Sunset Drive Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 637-7471
ARIEL HURTADO, M.D.
911 Sunset Drive Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 636-2610
Learning about childbirth topics in a fun, comfortable and respectful class environment is the goal of the Childbirth Education Program at Hazel Hawkins Hospital. As expectant parents you will be introduced to the basics of nutrition during pregnancy, signs of preterm labor, onset and stages of true labor, pain theories and comfort measures. You will also learn breathing and relaxation techniques to assist you during the labor process. Possible medical interventions such as induction, pain medications, epidural and caesarean section will be presented. Newborn appearance, standard newborn procedures following birth, and cord blood banking are part of this comprehensive course that will help you feel more confident as you approach the special day when you bring your precious child into this world.
2012 Class Schedule
Each session includes 4 classes. Class is held on Tuesday, begins promptly at 6:30 p.m. and is approximately 2 hours in length. All classes are held in the Great Room on the 2nd floor of the Support Services Building. Dates with an asterisk represent a skipped week. Classes in English: • Mar 13, 20, 27, Apr 3 • Apr 17, 24, May 1, 8 • May 22, 29, Jun 5, 12 • Jun 26, Jul 10*, 17, 24 • Aug 7, 21*, 28, Sep 4 • Sep 8, 25, Oct 2, 9 • Oct 30, Nov 6, 13, 20 • Dec 4, 11, 18, 27 (Thurs.)
• Taught by RN’s • Each session is 4 consecutive weeks • Cost is $60 for the 4-week session • Includes tour of Birthing Center • Register with your doctor during your 2nd trimester to start classes between your 28th and 32nd week of pregnancy. • Moms can bring a pillow if needed for sitting comfort.
• Bring check or cash payment to your first night of class. Credit card payments can be processed at the front desk. • Wear comfortable pants that allow freedom of movement. • Water and light snacks will be provided. • Breastfeeding Class offered separately, ask physician for brochure.
Name: _____________________________ Name of Partner: ________________________________ Address: __________________________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:________________Zip:_______________________ Phone: ____________________________ Cell:___________________________________________ Estimated Due Date:___________________ Preferred Class Start Date:__________________________ Please return this form to your OB/GYN’s office or mail to P Box 2489, Hollister, CA 95024 .O. 6
For further information contact: Lisa Robinson at 245-7893 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Description It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics that your baby receive only breast milk for the first six months of life and to continue to receive breast milk up to one year, or beyond, after solid foods are introduced. In this class you will learn how to prepare for breastfeeding including: benefits of breastfeeding for mom and baby, how breast milk differs from formula, latching on, building an adequate milk supply, breast and nipple care while breastfeeding, normal newborn behavior at the breast, how to know when baby is getting enough, when to seek help, how to choose a breast pump and California law and breastfeeding. This class is designed for all expectant mothers; those that have decided to breastfeed and those that have decided to formula feed. Before you make this important decision, come and educate yourself with all the facts.
Details • Taught by an R.N. that is also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant • Class is one evening • Cost is $25 per couple • Includes booklet “Better Breastfeeding” • Bring check or cash payment to class or pay by credit card at the front desk in the main lobby • Water and light snacks provided 2012 Class Schedule Class is held on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. • March 6 • April 10 • May 15 • June 19 • July 31 • September 11 • October 23 • November 27
Class begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Support Services Building – 2nd Floor Great Room .
Questions? Call Lisa Robinson at (831) 245-7893 or you may contact her at email@example.com
Name: _____________________________ Name of Partner: ________________________________ Address: __________________________________________________________________________ City:_______________________________ State:________________Zip:_______________________ Phone: ____________________________ Cell:___________________________________________ Estimated Due Date:___________________ Preferred Class Start Date:__________________________ Please return this form to: Lisa Robinson, P O. Box 2489, Hollister, CA 95024 Phone: (831) 245-7893 . Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact Lisa if you do not receive a confirmation letter. Thank you.
Local Physicians at the Forefront of Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
“The first few minutes count when you suspect you’re having a heart attack, says Dr. Martin Bress, Internal Medicine and Cardiology. It’s important to seek treatment immediately. During a heart attack, blood flow to the heart is cut off, causing the muscle to die from lack of oxygen - time is muscle. The physicians in our new ER are excellent when it comes to treating and stabilizing cardiac patients. Their interventions can and often do make the difference between life and death.” “The way we treat cardiac patients and the profile of those patients has changed tremendously over the years, says Dr. Bress. People forget that it’s only been since the ‘70s that there has been open heart surgery. When I first set up my practice it was very common to see 40-year-olds succumb to heart attacks. Now, with better education and awareness of heart disease prevention and warning signs, along with better diagnostic tools and medications, the majority of cardiac patients I see are 60 years and older. Their condition is often a natural part of aging. The survival rate is higher and they live longer with fewer complications.“
Heart Attack Symptoms
• Nausea • Vomiting • Chest Pain • Shortness of Breath • Jaw Pain • Left Arm Pain • Fainting
Symptoms vary from person to person and may be different in men and women. People who notice any suspicious symptoms should not hesitate to seek medical care by going to the nearest ER or calling 911.
Dr. Bress has been practicing medicine in San Benito County for nearly 40 years. He has a special interest in cardiovascular disease. The Hollister Cardiac Rehabilitation Center (CRC) has been a part of his office on Sunnyslope Road since it opened. “It’s the only CRC in San Benito County and we get referrals from all over the region. Few cities the size of Hollister have this kind of facility,” he adds. “Cardiac rehabilitation, which involves exercise, education and counseling, plays a huge role in increasing strength, and decreasing inflammation of arteries and also decreases the depression common to heart patients. Patients who have had a heart attack or open heart surgery are often reluctant or afraid to exercise. But, a cardiac rehab program is done in a controlled, medically-supervised environment with 1:1 attention, instruction and education. This usually puts patients at ease.” According to the American College of Cardiology, cardiovascular rehabilitation services (that includes exercise and counseling services) reduce symptoms and improve cardiac functions. It’s proven/documented that cardiac patients who engage in a solid program of cardiac rehab which includes exercise and education do better.
Dr. Martin Bress Internal Medicine and Cardiology
Dr. Bress also has a Nuclear Cardiology Medicine Program. These examinations offer information that is unique, including details regarding blood flow and can identify impaired blood flow due to partial or complete obstruction of the coronary arteries. The test, called a Thallium Scan is done in his office and is very useful in diagnosing coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathy and identifying possible damage to the heart.
Board Certified Cardiologist
Dr. Joseph Klapper joined the medical staff at Hazel Hawkins five years ago. He came to Hollister from the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in the Los Angeles area where he had a private practice.
Dr. Joseph Klapper Cardiologist
These advanced procedures have increased some 60% at Hazel Hawkins since Dr. Klapper joined the medical staff.
“The work I do with my patients is all non-invasive. We have the most advanced diagnostic tools at Hazel Hawkins. Electrocardiography, Transesophageal Echocardiography, Dobutiamine Stress Echocardiology, CT Scan, MRI, Cardiovascular Ultrasound…it’s all here. There’s no need to go elsewhere for these tests.” • A Stress Echocardiogram or Stress Echo is a test that uses high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) to examine the heart’s anatomy and function. The test is done while the patient is on a treadmill and the heart’s response to physical activity is measured. An assessment is also made of the heart at rest. This information can detect blockages by assessing the pumping function of the heart and status of the heart valves. • Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) is a diagnostic test using an ultrasound device that is passed into the esophagus of the patient to create a clear image of the heart muscle and other parts of the heart. It is used to evaluate the internal heart structures and blood flow.
“I practice what I like to call “preventive cardiology.” Except when genetics play a role, all cardiovascular disease is due to obesity or metabolic syndrome. This is where heart disease starts. I think it’s important to establish a relationship with a cardiologist before there is a major heart incident. Controlling blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol through medication and lifestyle changes such as eating a healthier diet and exercising not only helps, but can often reverse heart disease for most at-risk patients.” “Most of my patients are referrals from the ER, the hospitalists and the community physicians & clinics. Some have had heart surgery or interventions at hospitals elsewhere and want a cardiologist close to home. Klapper is a fellow-proponent of cardiac rehab. “I often refer patients to Dr. Bress’s Cardiac Rehab Center,” adds Dr. Klapper. HOLLISTER CARDIAC REHABILITATION CENTER 930 Sunnyslope, Suite B-1 Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 637-9215
DR. MARTIN BRESS
HAZEL HAWKINS MULTI-SPECIALTY CLINIC 930 Sunnyslope, Suite B-4 Hollister, CA 95023 (831) 635-9788
DR. JOSEPH KLAPPER:
You too can name part of the New Women’s Center!
Use the envelope enclosed and mail in your contribution!
Peggy Pierce, Campaign Chair
Help us meet our goal of raising $300,000 to help equip this new facility.
Women’s Center Lobby
A dramatic 2-story atrium design will welcome patients and their families into the state-of-the-art facility.
Birthing Suites/Labor and Delivery Rooms
(13) $12,000 each
The spacious 19’x19’ rooms are designed for families to enjoy the birth of a new child and remain in the same home-like environment for the duration of their stay.
For women requiring a c-section; this 400 sq. ft. in-house operating suite will allow OB/GYNs immediate access to an OR without moving mom and baby to another facility.
• • • • •
Birthing Bed (13) $10,000 ea. Bassinet (13) $5,000 ea. Fetal Monitor (15) $5,000 ea. Delivery Table (13) $1,000 ea. Rocking Chair (13) $450 ea.
$20,000 • • • •
This area will be used when close monitoring of baby is necessary.
Equipped with a refrigerator, ice machine, microwave, dishwasher, table and chairs, and personal lockers; OB nurses and staff will have a nice place to take a break.
Bili-bed (2) $5,000 ea. Bassinet (2) $5,000 ea. Radiant Baby Warmer (1) $3,000 Rocking/Gliding Chair (2) $500 ea.
Community Conference Center
Located on the second floor, birthing classes will be held here along with staff meetings and conferences.
(2) $15,000 each.
Two nurses’ stations with a central monitoring system will allow staff to monitor all activity on the unit and to be readily available to respond to patient needs.
Physician Sleep Rooms
(2) $2,500 each.
Babies arrive in their own time and at all hours. Physicians will have access to these private rooms to rest or sleep in-between procedures and/or deliveries.
Hazel Hawkins Hospitals Foundation
Women’s Center Computer Stations
(10) $1,000 each Adequate computer access and specialized software is necessary for staff, nurses and physicians to track patients and complete required documentation.
McCullough Resource Center Fund
$500+ Named for Mary & Gerald McCullough, this library will be the first of its kind in San Benito County. The McCullough Resource Center Fund will be used to purchase books, periodicals, brochures, CDs, videos and computers with internet access– all geared toward providing the community with the very latest information on all women’s health issues.
Digital Diagnostic Imaging Center
$250,000 • Ultrasound • Digital mammography • Bone density testing
Women’s Center Facility
$500,000 • Birthing Suites / Labor & Delivery Rooms (1st floor) • Digital Diagnostic Imaging (2nd floor) • Future Patient Care Area (3rd floor)
( ) number indicates number of rooms or pieces of equipment available
The New Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital
is scheduled for completion in January 2013
Brace Frame Erection
Cross Beam Erection
Hazel Hawkins Hospitals Foundation
Women’s Center Naming Opportunity Gifts So Far: Birthing Suite
Newborn Nursery Nurses’ Lounge Operating Suite
Ted Davis in memory of Mari Davis Lily Klauer in memory of Frances Klauer & Virginia Ruiz
Community Conference Center
In-Focus Medical Imaging Jim & Sharon Hawkins in memory of Alice S. Hawkins Gloria M. Torres, RN*
Delivery Table & Rocking Chair McCullough Resource Center
Mary & Gerald McCullough Jon & Jeanette Whorley
Physician Sleep Room
Dr. Ralph & Deborah Armstrong The Caputo Family Lily Klauer
Charles “Chuck” Kayser was elected to the Board in October, 2011. He recently retired and moved from Virginia to Hollister with his wife Loretta. His background includes work in commercial real estate, positions with Honeywell, Inc. and Beckman Instruments as well as owning and operating his own company –J & R Exhaust Systems for nine years.
Marissa Brennan joined the Board in September, 2011. A graduate of Chico State, Marissa is an Account Executive with First Data. She had been with both Santa Barbara Bank and Trust and First National Bank in Salinas the previous five years. Marissa is active in the community serving as Vice President of Pet Friends and Secretary for Community Food Bank.
Rod Pintello was elected to the Hospital Foundation Board in late 2011. Mr. Pintello is a member of the management staff at Hazel Hawkins, directing the Materials Management Department. When not on the job, Rod and his family are actively involved at Pintello Comedy Theater in Gilroy.
Hazel Hawkins Hospitals Foundation
Lanetta Bishop Honored as Chamber of Commerce Woman of the Year
Long-time Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital volunteer, Lanetta Bishop was named Woman of the Year by the San Benito County Chamber of Commerce. At an event in January, Bishop was honored for her service to the Hospital and the greater San Benito County community. In addition to serving Hazel Hawkins Hospital as a volunteer and member of the Hospital Auxiliary and the Foundation Boards of Directors, Girl Scouts, veteran’s organizations and historical societies are among her other passions. “She was honored by the Hospital Foundation as our “Donor of the Year” in 2011, says Leah Dowty, Foundation Director. She’s always been a big supporter of all of our fundraising efforts and a leader on our Scholarship Committee. We were very pleased and happy to see her get the recognition she deserves.”
Lanetta Bishop enjoys the Chamber’s annual dinner at San Juan Oaks
Magazine Concierge Service Begins
Volunteer Coordinator, Alice Oliveira has announced a new volunteer program at the Hospital. The new “Magazine Concierge” position has been created to help keep reading materials (magazines, brochures, booklets, newsletters) in the lobbies and waiting areas up to date. Volunteers will also offer to read to Hospital patients and residents of both Skilled Nursing Facilities: Mabie-Northside and Mabie-Southside. Training and instruction will be offered to those who sign up for these duties. Contact Alice at (831) 637-5711 Ext. 2287
Alice Oliveira Volunteer Coordinator
Hazel Hawkins Hospitals Foundation
2011 - 1K FoR Hazel HaWKins GeneRal FunD Trinity Melinda Adams Steven and Sue Carey* Karen D. Bermudes Erin Perez* IN HONOR OF Adele Cortero In-Focus Medical Imaging, Inc. Bertil Engwall Anonymous Charles Presser & Joyce Presser* Gene Corotto Joey Hernandez Virginia Hernandez, RN* Reba Mayfield Jones Rebecca Jones* Jean/Josephine Larrondo Henriette Carbone Robert McKibbin Joan Rogers* Peg McKinley, RPSGT Sleep Technologist Richie Cobb* IN HONOR OF ER Nurses Rebecca Jones* IN HONOR OF Evelyn F. Pivetti Fernando & Nancy Oliveira* Andrew Lawrence Prak Suzanne Prak* Charlie Presser Mindy Presser* Dr. Robert D. Quinn Don & Danette Perrien* David Quintero Breanne Quintero* Alice Reynolds Debbi J. Rodgerson* Gloria & Gabriel Santos Maricela Sosa* IN HONOR OF Tom Slatten Grace & Associates Frank P Solano . Crystal Flores* Gloria M.Torres, RN* Carmen & Ezequiel Soza Armandina Zamarron* Janet Giordano Underwood Ken Underwood* Dale & Ron Wichman Jan Read* 2012 - 1K FoR Hazel HaWKins neW WoMen’s CenTeR Trinity Melinda Adams Betty Adams Warren Chan Reba Jones Olivia H. Sosa Steven and Sue Carey* Melody Sullivan* Rick & Karen Gambetta* Rebecca Jones* Maricela Sosa*
GENERAL FUND Fred Evanchak Frances Martin Frank and Joyce Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Ms. Sally S. Bryan, L.C.S.W. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Mrs. Betty Jeanne Holt Linda Morrissey Barbara Matulich Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas Carol and Richard Killer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Al Bonturi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanson Susan L. Mesa Mr. Willis Dooling Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas Aurelia Bozzo Don and Jackie Shearer Juli Vieira Mashawn Werthmann Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borelli Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pingree Mr. Fulton J. Picetti Mrs. Sharyl Currie Richard & Holly Muenzer The Pivetti Company-a Dunning & James Corp. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas Dr. and Mrs. Harlow Standage Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borelli Stevan & Rita Mueller The Tissue Foundation – Raymond Tissue Anne Conconi Mr. Fulton J. Picetti Mrs. Betty Jeanne Holt
WILLIAM & INEZ MABIE SKILLED NURSING FACILITY Louise Galdos Branum Maria Caputo Everett & Myrtle Dillon Myrtle Dillon Richard Falconi Katie Fancher Mary Louise Frates Frank Greco Antonio Medeiros Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Rita Bowling Don & Danette Perrien* John & Timi King Ms. Beverly Rianda Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas Rosalie Campisi Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Leo & Kay Soares Lucille M. Freitas Mr. and Mrs. Amador Lima Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferreira Ms. Trish Thomas Vedana & Co., Inc. Jack & Marian Bowlus Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Rosalie Campisi Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas Jim and Pat Taliaferro
Mary Louise Frates Don Gabriel Stella Garcia Frank Greco Stephen Hailstone Bob Hansen Wayne Heppler Dominic Lomanto, Sr. Dan Mesa and Matthew Lopez Ida McPhail Florence Medeiros Effie Muenzer
Antonette ‘Bea’ Morris Effie Muenzer Bill ‘Bucky’ Serpa Ilene ‘Mousie’ Wiebe
MABIE NORTHSIDE SKILLED NURSING FACILITY Northside Employees Jim Fitzgerald Marie R. Ricotti Bill ‘Bucky’ Serpa PALLIATIVE CARE Billie Adams Juli Vieira Trinity Melinda Adams Steven and Sue Carey* JoAnn Byrd Mrs. Velma Tiffany Phyllis Fritz Barbara J. Barrett* Harriet Ludwig Annette Saunders* Bob & Angie Macedo Mrs. Dolores King IN HONOR OF Petra Marquez Sylvia M. Marquez* Herb Rehmus Irene G. Maggini SCHOLARSHIP FUND Billie Adams Betty J. Adams Trinity Melinda Adams David Baker Bobbie V. Burham Helen Burrise Leonard Caetano Fred Evanchak Renee’ Flores Reba Jones Effie Muenzer Marie Ricotti Lisa Ann Sanchez Bill Underwood Ernest M. Vest Cheryle Weatherly Gloria Kent Zuniga Irene G. Maggini Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Steven and Sue Carey * Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rodrigues Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Aurelia Bozzo Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Don and Carol Hart Mishel Thomas * Larry & Karen Smith Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Ronald & Josie Sanchez* Carole J. Churchill Larry & Karen Smith Carole J. Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando
IN APPRECIATION OF Mabie Ricardo M. Padilla*
Joe and JoAnna McMahon Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Casillas
Margaret Rose Prewett Betty Sans Dr. Lloyd E. Smith, Jr. Lucille Sonniksen Bill Underwood
IN APPRECIATION OF
EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT Renee Flores, RN Mrs. Patricia M. Young* Robert Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus Reba Nell Mayfield Jones HHMH Surgical Services Department Lanetta Bishop Herb Rehmus Anthony & Carolyn Yacovone* CAMPAIGN FOR THE NEW ER Jason Arballo GENERAL FUND Generosa L. Acosta Billy Adams Betty J. Adams Harold Azevedo David Baker Wilson & Cora Acosta-Invencion * Lanetta Bishop Ms. Pauline Lepera Price Barbara Matulich Bill & Viv Medina Carol O’Brien Ersilia Sicoli Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borelli Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbell Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Poletti Mr. Fulton J. Picetti Mrs. Betty Jeanne Holt Mr. and Mrs. John Filice Mr. and Mrs. William Freitas Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferreira Mrs. Betty Jeanne Holt Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marcus Don and Carol Hart Mrs. Jean E. Davis Ms. Beverly Rianda Mr. and Mrs. John Miller Mrs. Betty Jeanne Holt Anthony & Carolyn Yacovone* Dorothy Fisher Stebbins Frankie Gallagher*
Intensive Care Unit Delores M. Vieirra Walter Wright
SAN BENITO HOME HEALTH CARE David Baker Sally Escamilla Dominic J. Lomanto, Sr. Charles Rodriquez INFUSION CENTER Antonio Medeiros Fernando & Nancy Oliveira* Mr. and Mrs. Mel Silveira Mrs. Dolores King Mr. and Mrs. Mel Silveira Rhonda DeLoe*
WILLIAM & INEZ MABIE SKILLED NURSING FACILITY Paul, Dawn & Emi Rovella Rovella & Antoinette Morris John Armour Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Linden Bowling Aurelia Bozzo Cecil and Enes Vallejo Connie and Ernie Perreira Ersilia Sicoli Henry & Jennie Solorio Joe and Rosemary Vallejo Mr. and Mrs. Bob Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Frank Borelli Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Mrs. Barbara Sabbatini Rosalie Campisi Roy & Carole Lewis Scott & Chris Vallejo Steve & Cecile Struve Walter & Betty Perreira
IN HONOR OF Delores
Don Beresini Annie Borelli Vern Boucher Linden Bowling Louise Galdos Branum Josephine Cardinalli Warren Chan Elmo W. Davis Everett Edmond Dillon Inez Ehrich Fred Evanchak
CAMPAIGN FOR THE NEW WOMEN’S CENTER Mari Davis Harriet Ludwig Alice Solano Alice Solano Bev Stratton Frances Klauer & Virginia Ruiz Ted Davis Annette Saunders * OB Department - HHMH * Anthony & Carolyn Yacovone* Bob Stratton Lily Klauer
*Hazel Hawkins Hospital Employee
1K FOR THE NEW WOMEN’S CENTER Jesse & Lourdes Cordova* Rhonda DeLoe * Christine DeMaggio Leah B. Dowty * Rod & Marion Pintello * Anita Purvis * Mark & Lynda Robinson * Marian Ryan * Robert W. Skrdla * Kristen Templeton * Diane M. Teves * CAMPAIGN FOR THE NEW WOMEN’S CENTER Anonymous Giving Diane Mezerkor * Dr. Ralph & Deborah Armstrong Dr. Ronald and Susan Yanagihara Gloria M.Torres, RN * In-Focus Medical Imaging, Inc. Jon & Jeanette Whorley K & S Properties & Realty Lanetta Bishop Mr. Alvin L. Lease Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawkins Paul & Willene Wattis Richard Primont * Rita Bowling The Caputo Family WOMEN’S CENTER FUND Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ament Dr. Ralph & Deborah Armstrong Dr. M. Aslam and Rohena Barra Mohsin & Azima Barra Dr. Qasim & Mrs. Faridha Barra George & Denise Barton * Michael & Kimberly Bayne * Dr. & Mrs. Paul Berman Robert Bianchi Lanetta Bishop Phillip & Shawna Bishop Al and Anne Bittner John & Donna Sander - Black Cooper Sander Funeral Home EnVogue/Carlisle N.Y. & Hogue Bros. Collision Ctr-(Boffa) Dr. and Mrs. Martin Bress Ralph & Mary Ellen Brigantino Harvey and Rosemarie Bryan Barry & Kathy Carlson Carlson Plumbing, Inc.-Barry & Kathy Carlson Benedict Carota, M.D., Inc. Louise Carpenter Julie Fisher Carroll Alan and Bonnie Lee Clark Credit Consulting Services, Inc. Cyto diagnostics, David R. Carl, MD Bill and Mary Damm Barbara & Ken Dassel Ted Davis
WOMEN’S CENTER FUND Sheila B. DeLuca Donati Family Vineyard Leah B. Dowty * Mr. Elwood Dryden Evan Eaton* Mrs. Mary Edmondson Donald & Janice Elliott EmCare Pacific West Region Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferreira Kay Filice John and Ellen Fisher Ms. Anita Frusetta Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Gabriel Ysidro Gallardo, Jr. * Rick & Karen Gambetta * Dr. Donald Godbold Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Graves Monika & Wade Hassler Annette Heppler Ismael & Jeri Hernandez Kevin Herrick, M.D., Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Holiday Rene Stewart-Holmes * Mrs. Dee Hone Immaculate Conception Church - Fr. Larry Kambitsch In-Focus Medical Imaging, Inc. K & S Properties & Realty Dr. Heajin and Dan Kamalani Chuck & Loretta Kayser Ken & Barbara Kayser Lori Kraus * Mr. Don Kurgan and Mrs. Beryl Drinkwater Kurgan J. W. Larson Bill & Dovie Leisinger James & Marie Lemus Linda Lico * Littler Mendelson Foundation, Inc. Joan C. Lotz Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Machado Ed & Barbara Mauro MC Electronics Susy McBride Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McCullough Sam & Fran McKibbin Katherine McTigue Jim Medeiros Mission Farm RV Park, Inc. Dr. G. & Mrs. Moheyuddin Anne & Richard Morris Martha Moses Jack & Jeanette Murphy Dr. Hue Nguyen-Ngo Carol O’Brien John & Theresa Olsson Ottone Leach Olsen & Ray LLP Lois E. Owens, MSN, MBA * Don & Danette Perrien * Dolores Perry Ms. Carol Peterson Mr. Fulton J. Picetti Don & Dolly Pidd
WOMEN’S CENTER FUND Ray & Peggy Pierce Rod & Marion Pintello * Precyse Solutions Q Builders, Inc. Richard Shelton Insurance Marketing, Inc. Ridgemark Niners Mark & Lynda Robinson * Lisa Robinson Maria Rojas San Benito Medical Associates - Doctors of San Benito County Santa Barbara Bank & Trust Maria Saucedo Sharon Scagliotti Kathy Schipper - Schipper Design LLC Martha B. Schwabacher Sequoia Foods International Dr. Martin & Suzanne Serbin Dr. Nazhat P Sharma . Siemens Corporation Irene Silva Tom & Pat Slatten Terry W. Slaughter, DDS Brian and Liz Smith Mark Smith * Linda Snyder * Dorothy Fisher Stebbins Ed and Michele Stephenson Camille A. Stevens Bob & Sheila Stevens Stevens Diversified Pharmacy Management, Inc. Teknova, Inc. The IN Group, Inc. The Pivetti Company-a Dunning & James Corp. Mrs. Velma Tiffany Gloria M.Torres, RN * Robert Tremblay * Neddie Turner John & Theresa Ucovich Uesugi Farms, Inc. Ken Underwood * Sunny Underwood * Union Bank of California The Variable Annuity Life Insurance Company Cecil and Enes Vallejo Virginia K. Van Heusen Leonard Vasquez Margaret Velho Mr. and Mrs. Charles Verbanic Jeff & Cynthia Vigilante Mark & Annette Vivian Bonnie Flores Voropaeff Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Valerie Westerdale Don & Dianne Winn Barbara & Michael Winn Anthony & Carolyn Yacovone* Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Yager Dr. Ronald and Susan Yanagihara
*Hazel Hawkins Hospital Employee
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