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Orlando Health Foundation- Gratitude Report 2017

This Gratitude Report is meant to thank the community for everything they do to support Orlando Health. It highlights the impact that is felt because of the time, honor and commitment they provide to us. In it, you will read the stories of how our corporate partners, patients, donors and volunteers leave a lasting effect on every aspect of Orlando Health.



Orlando Health Foundation Board of Directors TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Committee Our People, Our Care

M. Kathryn Garrett, MD, Chairman 5. Joyce Sorn: Volunteer for Almost 60 Years
Richard T. McCree, Sr., Vice Chair 6. Behavioral Health Patients Benefit from Pet Therapy
Kathy Johnson, Secretary 7. Orlando Health Center for Rehabilitation Receives
Phillips A. Easterling, Treasurer
Philip W. Rich, Immediate Past Chairman $50,000 for Family Lounge
Amy Saunders, Appointee 8. Leading the Charge Personally and Professionally
Bill Dillard, Appointee 9. Center for Proton Therapy Achieves Significant
David Strong, President & CEO, Orlando Health
Gregor Alexander, MD, Representative, APMC Foundation Milestone
Jamal Hakim, MD, Representative, Adult Hospital Group 10. The Community’s Support of ORMC’s Level One
John W. Bozard, President, Orlando Health Foundation
Trauma Center
Jess Bailes R. Brock Kelsey 12. 2017 Team Member Giving Campaign a
Simon T. Bailey Joanne Kostantinidis
Sudhir Bhaskar, MD Helen Leon Huge Success
Brian Bowen Rafael E. Martinez
Brad Busbin Sheryl Meitin Partners in Philanthropy
Helen Cairns Justin Melnick
James P. Caruso Megan Morris 15. Coca-Cola Beverages Florida Shares their
Kenneth M. Clayton Diane O’Dell Support
Annette Ford Bill E. Perry
Peter Fox Cynthia C. Perry 16. A Pediatric Cancer Survivor, by: Karli Leonard
Kathy Gilchrist Jim Phillips 18. Events
Kerry L. Griffis Sibille Pritchard 19. Harold and Claire Melville: Grandparents
Lee Heard Dean Sider, MD
John W. Hillenmeyer Ralph Veerman Walking For Winnie
Britta Hooker Andy Warden 20. Wawa: Helping Babies Grow
Richard T. Hurt Bryce West 21. Panera Bread Pledges Support of Pediatric

Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation Heart Health
Board of Directors 22. Celebrating 20 Years of Miracles on Miller Street

Executive Committee Leaving a Legacy

Scott Weisz, Chairman 25. In Memory of Amy Flom
R. Brock Kelsey, Vice Chair 26. Arnie’s Army Continues the Palmer Legacy
Amy Saunders, Representative, Palmer Family 28. Dr. Phillips Charities Helps Fund New Hybrid
Gregor Alexander, MD, Chairman Emeritus
M. Kathryn Garrett, MD, Chairman, Orlando Health Foundation Board Catheterization Labs
John W. Bozard, President, Orlando Health Foundation 29. In Support of Palliative Care
Kathy Swanson, President, Arnold Palmer Medical Center 29. Bert W. Martin Foundation Commits Gift to
Arnold Palmer, Founder (1929-2016)
ORMC’s Burn Center
Rob Andrews Ed Kinney 30. We Can All Be Ambassadors
Amanda Caruso Paul Manos 32. Dr. Russ and Andi Prather
Warren Christie Randy Mixon
Avani Desai David Nykanen, MD
Matthew Gable Julie Petrakis
*Bill Gillaspie W. Russ Prather, MD
Adam Goldstein Matthew Rearden
Hana Hakim Heath Ritenour
Melvin Haught Abdullah Tharoo
Jose Herrera-Soto, MD

*Honorary Member


DEAR FRIENDS, With that said, this Gratitude Report is meant
to thank you for everything that you do to make
2017 marks yet another successful year for success a reality. This report highlights the
Orlando Health. Every day, I am grateful to our impact that is felt because of the time, honor
supporters and those with whom we work so and commitment you provide to us. In it, you will
closely to make our success possible. read the stories of how our corporate partners,
patients, donors and volunteers leave a lasting
Without help from generous individuals, effect on every aspect of Orlando Health.
patients and families, other foundations and
corporations, we would not have one of only I cannot thank you enough for investing in our
25 proton therapy centers in the US, a Level organization and, in turn, Central Florida.
One Trauma Center for adults and one for
children, or be able to expand our services to John W. Bozard, President
better serve more of our community. Orlando Health Foundation
Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation
Throughout the year, I am constantly reminded
that without you, success would not be as
rewarding and would definitely be less
attainable. This would not only impact our
organization, but would also be felt by our
patients and their families who must always
remain our top priority.



J oy ceSo r n

Volunteer for
Almost 60 Years

Joyce Sorn’s support of the community through Orlando Joyce Sorn
Health began in the 1950s when she started volunteering
behind the Information and Mail desk at Orlando Regional Orlando Health is grateful to all our volunteers for their
Medical Center (ORMC) when it was known as Orange dedication and generosity in giving their time. It is people
General Hospital, where she was also born. Today, 58 years like Joyce who demonstrate the significant and positive
and more than 18,500 hours later, Joyce still volunteers at age impact volunteers have on our hospitals, patients and
86 – now in the Emergency Department at ORMC where she community.
has been since 1980. For her, the job she performs is a labor
of love at what she affectionately refers to as ‘her hospital.’ “I like to say that I don’t work by the
Joyce also loves the staff she works with, whom she calls hour, but I work by the job,” explains
her second family and credits for helping her get through Joyce. “My favorite job is talking to
the passing of her husband George four years ago. This the patients and hearing about their
November, Joyce and George would have celebrated 60 years families and loved ones. I have a new
together. George was also an active volunteer, often offering friend and they have a new friend. I
his carpentry skills at the Orlando Health Foundation. In have spent time doing anything from
2002, Joyce and George partnered with Orlando Health to rocking babies to sitting with family
create the Joyce G. Sorn Nursing Scholarship to provide members of patients and I can’t think
financial assistance to nursing students. of doing anything else.”
Joyce’s interest in healthcare started when she was just a
teenager and was recommended to fill an open nurse aide job
due to the influx of nurses being sent overseas during WWII.
She took a two-week intensive nurses training course that
would help her in her job and later as a volunteer.
In addition to volunteering at Orlando Health, Joyce has
also served as the President of the Women’s Auxiliary (now
Volunteer Services), Chairman of the Candy Stripers and
on the One Night Trauma Committee, which helped raise
awareness and funds for the ORMC Level One Trauma


Behavioral Health Patients Benefit from

Pet Therapy

Morgan, a 12-year old Labradoodle, and Tiberious, an 11-year old Chow, are dogs with jobs. Every week, they visit behavioral
health patients at Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital as part of the PetSmart Paws for Hope program.
It takes a special kind of dog to visit behavioral health patients and be ready for the unexpected. Morgan and Tiberius have
been trained to remain calm no matter the situation. There is a complicated process that must be followed every time they enter
the unit and every time they leave, and safety is always top of mind.

Morgan’s family was told by their vet that he would be a
great candidate for pet therapy when he was two years At five years old, Tiberious was finally adopted into his
old, so they decided to get him registered by Pet Partners forever home, mostly in part to his laid-back behavior and
and started taking him to nursing homes around Central love of kids. Not long after, his owners decided to take
Florida. Tiberious for his K-9 Good Citizenship Award – proof that
It was at one of Morgan’s evaluation sessions – therapy you have a dog with neutral behavior that is good with
dogs need to be re-evaluated every two years to remain people.
active – that his family was approached by the coordinator
of Orlando Health’s pet therapy program. After one year at Much to the surprise of the trainer working with
Orlando Health UF Health Cancer Center, Morgan made Tiberious, Chow’s are often labeled as temperamental,
the change to South Seminole Hospital and has been there he passed on his first try. The trainer was so impressed,
for more than four years. in fact, that she asked his owner if she ever considered
“I am the conductor, but Morgan is the music,” explains getting him registered as a pet therapy dog. After receiving
his owner and handler. “Morgan is the one who does the his registration from Intermountain Therapy Animals,
work. He gets a tremendous response every time he visits the Tiberious started visiting South Seminole Hospital in
patients and is met by a lot of smiles and hugs. I really enjoy 2012.
watching Morgan do his job, because I know he is giving
patients the emotional stimulation they need.” “I felt that Tiberious was meant to be there the first time we
Soon, Morgan will be retiring from his work and is being visited,” explained his owner and handler. “When Tiberious
followed by Wally, who has watched his older ‘brother’ walks in, people just stop and want to touch him. I can see
perform his job with such success. them start to relax, their fists unclench, muscles become
less tense, and they just seem a little happier. Many of the
6 OUR PEOPLE, OUR CARE patients are missing their own pets and the visits give them
an opportunity to start conversations and take their mind
off their current situation.”

$50,000 for Family LoungeOrlando Health Center for Rehabilitation Receives

On September 26, ground was broken The Andersen Foundation is a long-time supporter of
on the Orlando Health Center for Orlando Health and has given more than $2.6 million
Rehabilitation located at Health Central since the 1980s, including support for Women Playing for
Hospital. The center is a 90,000-square T.I.M.E. (Technology, Immediate Diagnosis, Mammography
foot facility with 110 beds dedicated to and Education) and the Orlando Health UF Health Cancer
hospice, rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s and Center. The Andersen Foundation has also provided major
dementia patients and is scheduled to support for the pediatric oncology program at Arnold Palmer
be completed by the end of 2018. The Hospital for Children as well as other key pediatric services.
West Orange Healthcare District has
provided a large portion of the funding ACCORDING TO THE ALZHEIMER’S
for the facility as part of their mission ASSOCIATION:
to enhance health and wellness in West
Orange County. • Alzheimer’s disease is the 6th leading cause of death

Just before ground breaking, the Martin in the US
Andersen-Gracia Andersen Foundation
donated $50,000 to name the Family • Every 66 seconds, someone develops the disease in the US
Lounge located in the Circle of Friends • More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s,
Alzheimer’s and dementia special care unit of the center.
by 2050 this number could rise as high as 16 million
The unit itself will feature state-of-the-art technology that
is optimally outfitted for staying on the leading edge of • In 2017, Alzheimer’s and other dementias will cost the
Alzheimer’s and dementia research and always ensures that
the care of the patient comes first, including: nation $259 billion. By 2050, these costs could rise as high
as $1.1 trillion
• Ability for residents to maintain independence in a
• Alzheimer’s disease kills more than breast cancer and
secured area while having open access to outdoor
spaces, recreation space and the beauty shop prostate cancer combined

• Wander management system to include

facial recognition

• Consistent caregivers
• Restaurant-style dining
• Private dining room to allow families to celebrate

together during special occasions

• 36 private rooms, 2 semi-private to accommodate


Andersen Foundation board members expressed strong
support for the state-of-the-art Alzheimer’s unit having gone
through recent family experiences with this devastating
disease. Alzheimer’s disease is quickly becoming a leading
cause of death in the United States.


Leading the Charge

Personally and Professionally

Dr. Kathy Garrett not only gives her Medical Center (ORMC) where her undergraduate degree from Brown
time to Arnold Palmer Hospital for mother received care. University and her Medical Degree
Children as a Pediatric Radiologist, “Being a physician and being affiliated from the University of Cincinnati.
she also serves on the Orlando with Orlando Health, I believe in the She completed residencies in both
Health Governing Board, is the importance in showing that I support pediatrics and radiology before
current Chairman of the Orlando the mission both personally and moving to Orlando in 1989.
Health Foundation Board and has professionally,” said Garrett. “Not only
also given significant support to our do I practice in Central Florida, but “I enjoy the innocence and
hospitals both in a personal capacity I also live here and have raised my truthfulness of children and
and corporately with Medical Center family here, so I want to make sure my am always amazed at their
Radiology Group (MCRG). Through community has access to the best care remarkable ability to heal,”
her leadership and support, Dr. possible.” said Garrett. “Through my
Garrett is consistently exhibiting With a love of math and science, work, I have had the chance to
her belief in our mission and her young Kathy had dreams of make a difference in the lives
strength of character. Dr. Garrett becoming a math teacher, but after of our patients, and that gives
and her husband Audley Murphy volunteering as a candy striper when me great satisfaction. Both the
have provided significant support to she was a teenager, decided to pursue staff that I work with, and the
Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women medicine. Dr. Garrett received her patients I help, are what keep
& Babies as well as Orlando Regional me loving my job.”
Dr. Kathy Garrett
Pediatric Radiologist As the former president of MCRG,
who have partnered with Orlando
Health for more than 60 years, Dr.
Garrett led the group to pledge their
most recent significant gift – a $1
million pledge to support ORMC. In
addition, the group has in the past
pledged $500,000 to the Charles Lewis
Pavilion at the Orlando Health UF
Health Cancer Center and $100,000 to
Arnold Palmer Hospital. In December
2014, under Dr. Garrett’s guidance,
MCRG and Orlando Health partnered
to purchase and rebrand several
outpatient imaging locations around
Central Florida. Dr. Garrett and the
leadership team at MCRG are truly
partners in caring for Central Florida’s
families and visitors.


Center for Proton Therapy

Achieves Significant Milestone

In February, the advanced cancer “He needed it the most because we currently there’s 25 centers in the U.S.
treatment center for proton therapy were concerned with his long-term offering proton therapy, but 10 years ago
at Orlando Health UF Health Cancer lung function and damage to his there were only a handful of centers in
Center treated its 100th patient less adjacent heart that could result from the world,” Ramakrishna said. “There
than a year after opening its doors. traditional radiation. We can really were so few centers for so many years
The Marjorie and Leonard Williams limit that damage using proton therapy,” and they were treating rare tumors, but
Center for Proton Therapy opened in Ramakrishna said. now we’re treating more common tumors
April 2016. Since then, more than 200 and we should be able to get results on
patients have received state-of-the-art The treatment pinpoints tumors by these patients.”
cancer treatment, including 17-year- releasing energy inside as a large
old Javier Ruiz, who was diagnosed burst, damaging the DNA of cancer
with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Javier was cells so that they stop dividing. Since
referred to the Cancer Center from an the center opened, approximately 20
outside pediatric hospital to treat the percent of patients have been children
large mass that had formed in his chest. and 40 percent have been patients with
When Radiation Oncologist Dr. Naren prostate cancer. The center also treats
R. Ramakrishna reviewed Ruiz’s case, patients with brain, lung, breast, head
he knew the young patient would be a and neck and thorax cancers.
match for proton therapy.
“Proton therapy is an extremely
advanced form of cancer treatment,

Dr. Naren R. Ramakrishna Orlando Health UF
Radiation Oncologist Health Cancer Center
is home to the only
proton therapy
center in Central


Level One Trauma CenterThe Community’s Support of ORMC’s

Thanks to the generosity of the community in the wake of In 2015, with philanthropic support of our community, once
the Pulse tragedy, we were able to purchase two new portable again, ORMC added 18,000 square feet and 17 new rooms to
ultrasound machines for our Emergency Department and its existing 50-room Emergency Department. Now, ORMC
Trauma Bay, four new critical care ventilators for our Air Care needs to upgrade the Emergency Department where we treat
Team, and renovate the Emergency Department breakroom to our most emergent cases. This redesign will make the space
offer a modern, yet serene, space for when the team needs to more functional by changing the layout and adjusting the use
step away from the chaotic moments. of this area. It will also help to increase the quality of care we
Our community has supported ORMC’s Level One Trauma provide to our patients.
Center since the very beginning. Originally built over 25 years If you would like to learn more about how you can further the
ago, the Trauma Bay was designed to treat 1,000 patients a life-saving mission of Central Florida’s only Level One Trauma
year, today, that number has increased to over 5,100 trauma Center at ORMC, please contact Thomas Bolick, Director,
patients annually. An increase in trauma patients, coupled Orlando Health Foundation at 321-841-5194 or
with the lessons learned from the Pulse tragedy, highlights [email protected].
the desperate need for the Trauma Bay to be expanded for the
first time ever. The added space will help manage the flow of
patients and resources in times of critical need, while making it
easier for our trauma team to move quickly between patients.


Dr. Joseph Ibrahim,
Trauma Medical Director at ORMC

“ It doesn’t take Pulse or a bus turnover to fill the Trauma Bay,” said Dr.
Joseph Ibrahim, Trauma Medical Director at ORMC. “It’s very typical
on a Friday and Saturday night that the Trauma Bay is full from just
one carload of people. Central Florida is a busy area and the
”population is rapidly growing.

OVERALL • Increasing surge capability within the region’s only

THIS EXPANSION Level One Trauma Center
• Enhancing the Emergency Department to meet the

growth of the community

• Heightening privacy at the ambulance entrance
• Upgrading the technology within the Clinical

Education Center and Incident Command Center


2017 Team Member Giving

Karen Frenier, President, South Seminole Hospital and This year’s Team Member Giving Campaign, which took place
the 2017 campaign co-chair September 1- October 31, raised more than $250,000. The theme
of the campaign was “Be All In” encouraging team members to
recognize the importance not only in the time and quality care
they provide to our patients, but also invite them to be a part of the
impact philanthropy has on what Orlando Health is able to deliver
because of the donations we receive.

“Every day, I see the impact that Orlando Health has on the
community – and I want to be part of that,” explained Karen Frenier,
President, South Seminole Hospital and the 2017 campaign co-chair.
“Anything I can do to give back and be the voice for inspiring others to
give is the least I can do. The organization has employed and cared for
my family for years, and so giving back comes naturally to me. I find it
easy to give when the connection is through the heart.”

Just one week into the campaign, Orlando, and much of the state
of Florida, were hit by the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
In response, team members were encouraged to give to the Team
Member Support Fund. Donations made to the fund helped to assist
team members who experienced damage, loss of power and other
challenges faced in the wake of the storm.



Sheila Bystrak, Chief Operating Officer, Winnie Palmer
Hospital for Women & Babies / Chief Surgical Services
Officer, Arnold Palmer Medical Center and the 2017
campaign co-chair


g Campaign a Huge Success

Upon entering the Orlando Health Heart Institute you will likely be greeted by Guest Services Representative, Christian Escobar
who understands first-hand the importance of the Team Member Giving Campaign. Christian is a familiar face to many of our
patients and is beloved by the team at Orlando Health. When Christian was nine-years-old, he underwent emergency brain
surgery and was a patient at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children after undergoing surgery at Orlando Regional Medical Center.
After the surgery, Christian had a year of recovery where he had to re-learn how to do many things, including walking. Through
the support of his caregivers at Orlando Health, and with family close by, Christian was able to overcome his obstacles. It was his
care, coupled with his dad’s longstanding career at Orlando Health, that prompted Christian to pursue a job in 2011 working at
Dr. P. Phillips Hospital as part of the Guest Services team.
Since then, Christian transferred to the Heart Institute and recently celebrated his six-year anniversary with the organization.
Those who know Christian know him for his positivity, hospitality, and hard-working attitude. In addition to his responsibilities
at Orlando Health, Christian is also a student at the University of Central Florida pursuing a degree in Public Administration.
Out of gratitude for the care that he received as a child, Christian has always chosen to participate in the Team Member Giving
Campaign. This year, he further embodied the theme of the campaign “Be All In” by serving in a heightened capacity as a
campaign vice-chair. He sees being involved in the campaign as just another way of expressing gratitude for his life.
“For me, working for Orlando Health is a daily reminder that I am here because of the doctors and nurses who cared for me when I
was a little boy,” said Christian. “It’s less like work and more fulfilling and because of that I want to give back in any way I can. I know
that the money that I give, no matter the amount, will help the organization grow and succeed and all team members play a major role
in that. I give my time to one area, but am able to give my financial support to other areas in need through the Team Member Giving

Christian Escobar, Guest Services Representative





Shares their SupportCoca-Cola Beverages Florida

Coca-Cola Beverages Florida has been one of Orlando Health’s premiere corporate partners for over a decade. One of the
Orlando Health Foundation’s most committed supporters through sponsorships and in-kind donations, their giving is
diversified across all our service lines and supports a wide-range of programs, including:

• Alexander Center for Neonatology at Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
• Haley Center for Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
• Hewell Kids’ Kidney Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children
• Overall support for the greatest healthcare needs across the Orlando Health system

“While keeping the rapidly changing consumer, customer, and market dynamics in mind, Coca-Cola Beverages Florida is focused
on creating and capturing value for customers while also doing good in the local communities,” said Travis Warren, Public Affairs
and Community Relations Manager for Coca-Cola Beverages Florida. “We have partnered with the Orlando Health Foundation
for many years and believe strongly in the mission of the programs and events we support.”

Walk for Winnie 2017 Arnie’s March Against Children’s Share a Coke event at Winnie Palmer
Cancer 2017 Hospital for Women & Babies 2017


Karli LeonardA Pediatric Cancer Survivor, by:

Karli and her dad, Jay longer about normal teenager things IV pump kept me up, saw the worst of
“You have cancer” are three words like what clothes I was wearing, but cancer and have lasting memories I wish
you never want to hear in your life, instead, what new side effect was going I could erase. Despite all the troubles I
especially if you’re only twelve years to hit me after each chemo treatment. went through, I wouldn’t change a thing.
old. That’s how old I was when I was Having to quickly grow up and fight for What I went through made me who I
diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare my life was something I would’ve never am today and that’s something that I
form of bone cancer and it flipped my anticipated as a child, but no one ever cherish. I live each day appreciating all
life upside down. My worries were no anticipates getting cancer. that’s around me, life is more beautiful
I spent a little over a year in treatment and the little things bring me so much
and it was a roller coaster of emotions. joy.
I got to meet some of the greatest To help bring this same joy to other
doctors and nurses in the world that children, my mom, Karen, a fellow
became my family, kids that were also cancer survivor, Whitney Goldstein,
going through treatment that changed Whitney’s Mom, Geri, and I started a
my life in so many ways, and a hospital fundraising walk to help raise funds to
staff that made each stay bearable. But, support the Haley Center for Children’s
I endured some of the worst pain, had Cancer and Blood Disorders at
multiple nights where I couldn’t fall Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
asleep because of pain or my beeping

Karli with her friends at the mall Karli and Dr. Robert Sutphin, Pediatric Karli with Arnold Palmer
Oncologist at Arnold Palmer Hospital for
Children, at her high school graduation


Arnie’s March Against Children’s Through Arnie’s March, we I learned that cancer will not define
Cancer is held annually during the are: the rest of my life. I have lived as
Arnold Palmer Invitational presented normal a life as anyone else and I
by Mastercard. The walk provides an • Helping the sickest children in our continue to do so. Right now, I am a
opportunity to recognize and honor community have access to the best sophomore in college at The University
cancer fighters, their families, possible care of North Florida and I am majoring in
Arnold Palmer Hospital staff, and Psychology to one day become a child
supporters. • Keep kids and their families life specialist. I am living the life that I
Every year, my Mom and I captain a together as they battle this awful fought hard for and I give all my thanks
team to raise money for Arnie’s March. disease to the amazing doctors and nurses at
We know first-hand how much support Arnold Palmer Hospital that got me
the doctors, scientists and researchers • Directly support the cancer here.
need to fight cancer. Over the past five research and clinical trials taking
years our team, Karli’s Angels, has raised place at Arnold Palmer Hospital
more than $65,000 to help the fight every day
• Make it possible to host more
than 70 clinical trials every year,
the largest number of trials
in Florida





11th Annual Spring Swirl Fourth Annual Sarah’s Sporting

The 11th Annual Spring Swirl presented by Land Clays Against Cancer
Rover Orlando, Proud member of the Fields Auto
Group and hosted by I-Drive 360® raised more In 2002, Sarah Szafranski passed away from
than $160,000 for The Howard Phillips Center for leukemia, but asked her father, Bob Szafranski - a
Children & Families, part of Arnold Palmer Hospital team member at Orlando Health - to promise to
for Children. To schedule a tour of The Howard continue to fund the endowment she set up to work
Phillips Center, visit towards finding a cure for cancer. Sarah’s Sporting
Clays Against Cancer was created as a unique event
to raise funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Program
at Arnold Palmer Hospital. In its fourth year, Sarah’s
Sporting Clays Against Cancer presented by Norelli
Family Foundation has raised over $60,000.

Spring Swirl Sponsors (pictured): Trey Vick, Chair of Community Walgreens Orlando International
Leadership Council; Kenya and Travis Warren, Coca-Cola Beverages
Florida; Dan and Amy Fields, Land Rover Orlando, proud member of Dragon Boat Festival
Fields Auto Group; Ken Robinson, Dr. Phillips Charities; Ed Bell, Coca-
Cola Orlando Eye. With more than 61 teams competing, including
13 from Orlando Health, paddlers travel from all
18th Annual December Classic over the world to compete in Orlando. Through
Hosted by Rich Lerner a combination of fundraising and sponsorships,
the festival has benefitted the Cancer Support
December Classic, hosted by Rich Lerner, has raised Community at Orlando Health UF Heath Cancer
over $800,000 over the course of the event. During Center over the last 10 years.
its 18th year, it once again supported the Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Winnie Palmer
Hospital for Women & Babies, raising vital funds to
meet the needs of our community. Every year, they
continue to support Mr. Palmer’s legacy.


Harold and Claire Melville

Grandparents Walking For Winnie

In the fall of 2015, Claire and Harold helicopter would be the quickest way Andrew and Peyton were born on
“Hal” Melville were looking forward for Julia to be transferred, limiting September 9, 2015, and spent 127
to becoming grandparents. Their son, the risk involved, the weather made days in the NICU. “They helped us
Erik, and his wife, Julia, were expecting it impossible. Instead, a two-hour celebrate every day. It was a true family
twin boys. At 24 weeks, Julia went to ambulance ride was the only option. atmosphere and each of us became a
the doctor for a routine appointment, Hal and Claire were scared. Julia could part of the Winnie family,” said Claire.
but was notified she was in active labor go into labor at any moment. They
– three months premature. Julia and said goodbye to Julia and Erik and the When the twins were only a few days
Erik quickly drove to their local South ambulance doors closed. The soon-to- old, Hal, Claire and Erik were invited
Florida hospital where doctors were be grandparents took a deep breath to join the inaugural Walk For Winnie.
able to halt her labor, temporarily. and waited for news of Julia’s arrival at “Being able to meet with and see other
As Claire and Hal joined the entire Winnie Palmer Hospital. parents and NICU graduates was an
family at the hospital, the diagnosis uplifting experience,” said Claire. For
took a turn for the worse. The Once admitted and evaluated, the the past two years, the Melville family
neonatologist on duty informed them entire Melville family felt as though has been the Top Fundraising Team,
that if the boys were born in the next they were in extraordinary hands. contributing over $40,000 to the
few weeks, they would only have a 40 NICU through donations from their
percent survival rate, and with that “It was as if someone turned friends and family. “We are proud to
prognosis, also experience long term on the lights. Winnie Palmer call ourselves NICU grandparents. Walk
deficits. Their hearts were broken. Hospital was a whole new For Winnie is a true celebration of life.
Tropical Storm Erika was projected world,” said Hal. “All of the We will always be a part of this event
to hit South Florida and the drop in staff had an insanely positive as a testament to the labor and love of
barometric pressure would most likely attitude. The team told us the the staff at Winnie Palmer,” explained
induce labor, leaving the twin boys babies had a 90 percent or Claire.
with less than a 50 percent chance to greater survival rate with few
survive. The family felt helpless. (if any) long term deficits.”
Hal, a tough trial attorney, took
action. Through a friend of the family,
Hal and Claire had heard of Winnie
Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies
and the Level III NICU. Instinctively,
Erik and Hal began working with the
physicians at their current hospital
as well as Winnie Palmer Hospital to
initiate a transfer before Erika hit and
the pressure dropped. While a medical

Team Melville at Walk for Winnie 2017

Wawa Helping Babies Grow

In 2017, the Wawa Foundation To ensure this critical need is met, the “The work being done every day
awarded Winnie Palmer Hospital for Wawa Foundation is helping to build at Winnie Palmer Hospital is truly
Women & Babies a $100,000 grant to the NICU Patient Transport Team’s incredible and we are honored to
support the transfer process of high- capacity with a customized incubator. support the tremendous NICU team and
risk neonatal patients from one facility The incubator is a self-contained, help some of Central Florida’s tiniest and
to another to obtain lifesaving specialty thermos-controlled unit that rolls easily most vulnerable patients,” said Chris
care. Every year, the Alexander Center into small nurseries and carries every Gheysens, Wawa President and CEO.
for Neonatology at Winnie Palmer kind of monitoring and support device
Hospital cares for an average of 120 needed while on transport.
patients a day and more than 1,900 Wawa and the Wawa Foundation
admissions per year. About 200 of have had a long history of supporting
these babies arrive via the Neonatal children and families and began a
Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Patient commitment to support
Transport Program because of medical, Winnie Palmer Hospital prior to
surgical, or rapidly emerging perinatal/ opening the first Florida store in July
postpartum complications. These 2012.
babies come from 19 counties across
Central Florida, generally within a 150-
mile radius.


Pediatric Heart HealthPanera Bread® Pledges Support of

In recognition of support from the The Play Place was designed to engage “We like to keep our giving local and
Panera Bread® Valentine Heart Cookie patients with interactive activities like make an impact in the community
Campaign and the Covelli and Ford a coloring station, gaming machine where we live,” said Annette Ford.
families, a part of the waiting area in and kid’s kitchen. It is also a space
the Pediatric Cardiology & Cardiac to provide Panera Bread cookie The Heart Center has received
Surgery Outpatient Clinic at The Heart and lemonade rounds to staff and generous support from Panera Bread
Center at Arnold Palmer Hospital for patients. More than 11,000 pediatric since 2012, when it became the
Children, was recently transformed cardiac patients every year are now beneficiary of their annual Valentine
into a play area to be enjoyed by able to experience a bit of comfort Heart Cookie Campaign. The Heart
patients and their siblings. in an otherwise stressful and trying Center receives 100 percent of the
experience. proceeds from the sale of these cookies.

“I want to continue my father’s
legacy of helping our community.
He really instilled in me the
importance of being a good
citizen and I love being able to do
that in a variety of ways through
the Orlando Health Foundation.”

- Annette Ford


Celebrating 20 Years

of Miracles on Miller Street

John Bozard, President of In 1983, a telethon aired from Osmond through a combination of corporate
Studios in Utah, to help children by partners, programs, local events and
the Arnold Palmer Medical Center actively supporting better healthcare individual contributions. Miracle
Foundation and Orlando Health for kids. Raising nearly $4.8M for Balloon sales, cash register donations,
Foundation, is currently serving 22 children’s hospitals, this small product sales, special events and
as the Chairman of Children’s beginning led to the founding of in-store celebrations organized by
Miracle Network Hospitals Board Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) employees is the foundation of CMN
of Trustees. Over the last decade, Hospitals by Marie Osmond, John Hospitals’ fundraising.
John has served in several volunteer Schneider, Mick Shannon and Joe Arnold Palmer Medical Center became
roles on the Board of CMN Lake. CMN Hospitals’ goal is to a member of CMN Hospitals in
Hospitals which includes Chairman raise funds and awareness for local September of 1997. Since then, over
of CMN Compliance Committee, children’s hospitals, dedicating one $20 million has been raised locally.
Corporate Secretary, Corporate hundred percent of these funds to help Arnold Palmer Medical Center has
Treasurer and Vice Chairman, kids in their communities. been able to provide life-saving,
CMN Board of Directors. John has Today, CMN Hospitals has raised compassionate care to our children
been able to apply his extensive more than $5 billion, most of it $1 at a and families through this remarkable
knowledge of healthcare, finance time, and awareness for 170 member generosity.
and philanthropy to help provide hospitals. CMN funds are raised
the best care for kids, which in turn
provides greater financial support
for children’s hospitals in the
United States and Canada. Thank
you, John Bozard for serving this
community on an even greater level.

Pictured CMN Founders Mick Shannon, Marie Osmond, Joe Lake and John Schneider


Children’s Miracle • Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at • Pediatric ICU and Neonatal
Network Hospitals has The Heart Center ICU Transport Units
helped make possible:
• Haley Center for Children’s • Surgical and Monitoring
• Alexander Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Equipment
Neonatology at Winnie Palmer
Hospital • Child Life • Ultrasound Machines
• Programs at The Howard • MRI machines and equipment
• Level One Trauma Center at
Arnold Palmer Hospital Phillips Center for Children
& Families

A special thank you to the college students
of this community
Central Florida is home to Stetson University’s Hatterthon
Dance Marathon, as well as the University of Central Florida’s
Dance Marathon, Knight-Thon, which most recently raised
over $1.25 million in 2016, and is now the 7th largest Dance
Marathon program in the nation.




Amy FlomIn Memory of

In January, Orlando Health lost a Amy Flom with Koda PET THERAPY HAS BEEN FOUND
very special member of our team in TO HAVE A MYRIAD OF POSITIVE
a horseback riding accident. Amy “Amy always made sure that the BENEFITS INCLUDING:
Flom was a dedicated, kind-hearted handler was focused on the dog and
person who always put the patient the dog was focused on the patient, to • Easing pain and stress levels
first in her five years volunteering and eliminate distractions,” explained Hilary
working with the pet therapy team. McFadden, Corporate Manager, Patient • Shortening the healing process
After volunteering with her dog Simba Experience. “She was very committed
at the Orlando Health UF Health to making this program a success by • Increasing positive behavior in children
Cancer Center, Amy was brought on offering a lot of in-depth training and
as a coordinator, bringing 30 years of the ability to get experience in a less • Improving motivation and want to feel better
business, organizational and marketing distracting environment before coming
skills, and helped to build the program to the hospital. She was a great friend • Normalizing the hospitalization process
into the success it is today. and is missed by many; I miss her
Soon after taking a position on the laughter and kindness. Our program is
pet therapy team, Amy shadowed and so much better for having Amy lead it
did research with some of the best pet for the last several years.”
therapy programs in the country. It
was those experiences, and her great
care and knowledge of animals and
behavior, that helped her develop a
successful and valuable program at
Orlando Health. Amy had a special
quality of being empathetic to all
patients, handlers and pets.
Shortly after losing Amy, memorial
gifts made in her name flooded the
Orlando Health Foundation. In lieu
of flowers or other memorials, family
and friends were encouraged to give to
the pet therapy program in her honor.
It is those gifts, and the ones that still
are being made in Amy’s name, that
continue her lasting impression on the
program and those with whom she



Arnie’s Army

Continues the Palmer Legacy

This past March commemorated the A member of the 2017 tournament Through Arnie’s Army Charitable
39th annual Arnold Palmer Invitational host committee, LPGA player Annika Foundation and events they host
at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Sorenstam understands first-hand the like the Arnold Palmer Invitational
Lodge. It was also the first year of the importance Arnold Palmer Medical presented by Mastercard, Palmer’s
tournament since Mr. Palmer’s passing Center has on the Central Florida family, including his daughter Amy
in September of 2016. Memories of community. In 2011, Sorenstam’s son Saunders, is continuing his legacy in
Mr. Palmer’s legacy could be seen Will was born nine weeks premature marching toward a better tomorrow. It
everywhere from a 14-foot tall bronze and spent time in the Neonatal is their mission to invest in the well-
statue of Palmer behind the first tee, to Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at being and development of children
the space set aside for his clubs on the Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & and youth, support health and wellness
driving range, to the presentation of the Babies. initiatives and strengthen communities
signature Palmer-red cardigan to the and the environment.
tournament’s winner, Marc Leishman.
With all proceeds from the invitational To learn more about how you can
benefitting Arnold Palmer Medical help continue the legacy of Arnold
Center since its opening in 1989, Palmer, visit
millions of dollars have been raised in
support of care for children, women
and babies, a mission important to
Mr. Palmer and his late wife Winnie.

Marc Leishman receives trophy from
Arnold Palmer’s grandson, Sam Saunders

Dr. Phillips Charities

Helps Fund New Hybrid Catheterization Labs

Dr. Phillips Charities has partnered means that patients can be diagnosed for Children several years ago. As part
with Orlando Health on countless and treated in the same place, of their continued support, Dr. Phillips
programs and strategic initiatives to greatly diminishing the time spent Charities was also a major donor for
help those in Central Florida. In July, transporting patients in need of rapid that project with a $2 million gift.
thanks in large part to their $3 million medical care.
gift, Dr. Phillips Charities and Orlando The machinery used in the lab allows
Health celebrated the opening of a for much less-invasive surgical
new cardiac hybrid catheterization lab procedures to be performed, but can be
at Orlando Regional Medical Center used as a full operating room if deemed
(ORMC). necessary. Less-invasive procedures
The lab represents the latest in account for shorter time spent in the
technology by combining the hospital and faster recovery.
traditional diagnostic functions of a A similar lab, specializing in pediatric
catheterization lab with the surgical care, opened at Arnold Palmer Hospital
function of an operating room. This

Dr. Phillips Charities Board Members celebrate the opening of the Hybrid Catheterization Labs at ORMC (Left) and Arnold
Palmer Hospital (Right) with physicians and representatives from the Orlando Health Foundation.


P In Sauplplortiaoftive Care

After meeting with the team and for these patients and their families to
hearing about the latest projects receive the compassion, comfort and
underway at Arnold Palmer Hospital quality of care that Dr. Pitts and his
for Children, Runway to Hope decided team provide. We look forward to our
to make an additional $500,000 pledge continued collaboration as we work
to the Palliative Care Program. together to find a cure and provide the
best care possible for these courageous
The financial support given by Runway children and their families.”
to Hope will also help hire additional
Seven years ago, Mark and Josie staff and specialists to better provide
NeJame founded Runway to Hope with home visits, follow-up bereavement
the mission of providing support to care and education to the community
those impacted by pediatric cancer. through local hospice efforts.
Shortly after fulfilling their $1 million
pledge to the Brain Tumor Program, “Runway to Hope is honored to be
Runway to Hope was ready and continuing in our promise to Arnold
eager to provide more funding to the Palmer Hospital and to now also become
hospital. a part of the Palliative Care Program,”
said Mark NeJame. “It is so important

ORMC’s Burn CenterBert W. Martin Foundation Commits Gift to

The Bert W. Martin Foundation Financial support from the
recently made a third gift to the Burn Bert Martin Foundation helps
Center at Orlando Regional Medical the Burn Center:
Center (ORMC) continuing their long-
time support of ORMC and • Expand the level of quality care
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. offered to burn patients
The Bert W. Martin Foundation has
routinely committed to funding • Update existing equipment to
projects that require long-term support provide the most advanced
and has been a part of the Orlando services
Health Foundation family since 1988.
The Foundation’s recent $500,000 gift • Upgrade our accreditation from
brought the family’s support to nearly the American Burn Association
$8 million over three decades.
• Hire additional staff to oversee
and coordinate the complex
accreditation process


Adam and Geri Goldstein

We Can All be Ambassadors

Recurring gifts are a great way friends, relatives, colleagues and given by the hospital is trust. “The
to make a lasting contribution to more. One way ambassadors do this, most important thing is trust, trust
Orlando Health in a way that is is by hosting tours of the hospitals in that the best care will be given in a
convenient for donors. For those which attendees hear directly from compassionate way; trust that your
interested in pledging $1,000 or more hospital leadership, staff, patients and needs will be met. Trust is everything.”
to an Orlando Health hospital over their families about how they have
five years, the Multi-Year Giving been positively impacted by Orlando Adam and Geri’s transition into
Societies were created as a way to Health. Thanks to our more than 200 members of the Multi-Year Giving
connect with others who have a ambassadors, over 4,000 participants Societies followed a path from being
similar interest in investing in our have taken more than 500 tours the parents of a patient, to taking tours
mission. They also represent the during the past 5 years. of APMC, ORMC, the Cancer Center
importance that recurring gifts can and The Howard Phillips Center,
have on creating a culture of long- Giving Back, Threefold becoming storytellers on the APMC
term engagement and show how the tour where they share Whitney’s
community helps us provide the care Adam and Geri Goldstein are experience, serving as ambassadors
we all need. members of all three Multi-Year by bringing friends and family on the
Currently, there are three active giving Giving Societies. Their connection to tour and then joining the societies -
societies with more than 200 members Orlando Health started when their starting with the Champions Circle.
combined. They include: daughter, Whitney, was diagnosed Adam serves on the Board of the
with cancer and came to Arnold Arnold Palmer Medical Center
• Advocates for Children – Palmer Hospital for treatment when Foundation and Geri is the co-founder
benefitting The Howard Phillips she was just eight years-old. Whitney of Arnie’s March Against Children’s
Center for Children & Families is now in college studying nursing Cancer, an annual fundraising event
with a hope of becoming a nurse in that takes place in March.
• The Champions Circle – the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
benefitting Arnold Palmer (NICU) at Winnie Palmer Hospital
Medical Center (APMC) for Women & Babies – her own way
of giving back to the community
• Visionary Partners – benefitting and those who helped her achieve a
Orlando Regional Medical healthy outcome.
Center (ORMC), Orlando Health
UF Health Cancer Center and It is because of Whitney’s journey that
Health Central Hospital Adam and Geri believe so strongly in
the mission of Orlando Health and,
Members of these organizations, along in particular, APMC. “We support
with other donors and community APMC because we believe in the
members, serve as ambassadors difference their care makes for our
to the hospitals and help spread family, for other families and for our
the mission of Orlando Health to community,” explained the Goldsteins.
And to them, the most essential value

To hear from the Goldsteins on a tour of APMC, contact
Clay Osburne, Vice President, Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation

at [email protected] or 321.843.5793.


Dr. Russ and Andi Prather

Dr. Russ and Andi Prather are needed more recognition and was enables him to see more than one side
members of our Advocates for interested in helping that happen. of the story and makes him less likely
Children Giving Society for The Today, we both devote our time and to pass judgement on a situation. Russ
Howard Phillips Center for Children & money to try and make the lives of provides a physician’s perspective,
Families. Advocates play a critical role Orange County’s young children and which helps establish credibility for
in helping families, healing children their families better. the important work being done at The
and building a stronger community. Howard Phillips Center.
Russ and Andi are huge fans of our Why do you choose to
Healthy Families program. Healthy support the mission of What might someone be
Families works to prevent child abuse Orlando Health? surprised to know about each
before it starts and has had a 98 percent of you?
success rate for the past 8 years. Andi: I personally love all philanthropy,
but believe strongly that we need to Russ: For the past ten years, we have
When and where did you first take care of our own backyard first. We co-owned Broadway Pizza Bar in
meet one another? have been blessed with five healthy, Kissimmee. We’re both originally from
happy kids so we feel very strongly that Central Florida and our families can be
Russ: We first met fourteen years ago at we need to help take care of those who traced back several generations in the
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. don’t have it as good as we do. area. Andi is also undergoing radiation
Andi was visiting her sister who had therapy at Orlando Health UF Health
just had her second child. We were What is the one, most Cancer Center and is very open about
introduced through family. important thing you would her diagnosis and the treatment she is
share with friends or family receiving.
What are some of your about The Howard Phillips
favorite hobbies? Center? Andi: I am a fitness instructor, yet I was
diagnosed with cancer. It goes to show
Andi: Aside from spending quality Russ: I think that people need to you that the need for care may still be
time with our five children, we enjoy understand that The Howard Phillips there even if you don’t see it. That goes
traveling. Some of our favorite places Center is filling an important niche for the Cancer Center and The Howard
are the island of St. John’s, London, that no-one else does. Programs like Phillips Center.
Italy, Alaska and Iceland. Another Healthy Families Orange/Osceola are
favorite hobby is reading. (Andi’s trying to help at the very start of a How do you think The
favorite book is The Red Tent by Anita child’s life so they will never need to Howard Phillips Center
Diamant and Russ’ favorite is Cold use any of the other programs offered. makes the biggest impact on
Mountain by Charles Frazier.) Through Healthy Families, we spend the community?
around $3,500/year helping a family.
How did you get involved In comparison, it costs the state over Andi: We want everyone to know about
with The Howard Phillips $100,000/year for every child who the work being done at The Howard
Center? enters foster care. Phillips Center. We also want to help
grow the Healthy Families program
Andi: Russ is a Pediatric Hospitalist at How does being a physician so that any family in Central Florida
Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children help with the work you do at can benefit from it no matter their
and was first introduced to The The Howard Phillips Center? situation.
Howard Phillips Center in 1999 when
he was a resident. His colleague, Dr. Andi: For Russ, his background We invite you to See the Story at The
Matthew Seibel, served as the Medical as a physician gives him a unique Howard Phillips Center by taking a
Director for the Child Protection perspective that is more holistic than tour and hearing firsthand stories
Team at The Howard Phillips Center. what others may see. Because he has of identification, treatment and
Immediately, Russ felt the organization met so many different people from prevention. Join us by visiting
different walks of life in his career, it


Russ and Andi Prather

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