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C O M I N G T O G E T H E R ; S TAY I N G T O G E T H E R ; W O R K I N G T O G E T H E R .

2014 REPORT to the COMMUNITY

THE YEAR AT A GLANCE 74,392 ER PATIENTS TREATED

3,186

406

BABIES DELIVERED

NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE BABIES

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2,736 CARDIOVASCULAR PROCEDURES

12,678

9,132

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INPATIENTS TREATED

SURGICAL PATIENTS TREATED

13,072 1,319 CHEMO TREATMENTS

SCREENING & DIAGNOSTIC MAMMOGRAMS

$21,670,527 FREE PATIENT CARE PROVIDED

C O M M U N I T Y

COMING TOGETHER; STAYING TOGETHER; WORKING TOGETHER.

CEO

OVERVIEW



COMING TOGETHER IS A BEGINNING; KEEPING TOGETHER IS PROGRESS;



WORKING TOGETHER IS SUCCESS.

Henry Ford

Dear Friends, Employees, Physicians

Wound Care Center, Bariatric Center

experiences, energy and enthusiasm

and Community Leaders:

and Women’s Services.

to our hospital and our community.

I have been blessed to work

Please take a moment to read about

lot in the past year. While many

with our employees, physicians,

Kim’s background and experiences

communities in Georgia have lost

board of directors, community and

on page 4. People are often resistant

their local hospitals, and others

elected leaders and the citizens of

to change, but we must remember

continue to face that possibility, our

Clayton County.

that change brings personal growth,

citizens, elected leaders and faith

I think Henry Ford’s words about coming together, keeping together,

together – to save Clayton’s only

and working together for success are

hospital. And that’s important

appropriate for where Southern

you can to support the mission of the

because, as Clayton County Chamber

Regional Medical Center stands today.

hospital – and ensure that it continues

progress. I will count on you all to do all

In the constantly changing

to have the financial wherewithal to

on page 6, hospitals are not only

world of healthcare, hospitals will

provide the highest quality medical

critical to the health of citizens,

continue to face challenges. Thus,

care, including emergency room

but also essential to the economies,

the community must stick together,

care, to Clayton County citizens

and economic futures, of the

and continue to work together – for

today – and tomorrow.

communities they serve.

the health of our citizens, our

As I retire from Southern Regional, I want you to know I have been honored to serve this community

Thank you for your support,

economy – and Clayton County’s

and your commitment to Clayton

future.

County. Remember, all communities

Changes in leadership are

struggle from time to time. The

for the past 15 years. My number one

opportunities for continued growth

strong ones pull themselves up, work

goal has always been to help this

and improvement. A new point of

together, stay together, and succeed

hospital move forward with new

view, new ideas, and new energy will

together.

services and programs. These include

help Southern Regional continue to

the development of Spivey Station,

move forward.

enhancements to our Heart and Vascular and Stroke Programs,

Kim Ryan, Southern Regional’s new CEO, brings new ideas,

JIM

CRISSEY

President and Chief Executive Officer

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C O M M U N I T Y

strength, increased flexibility and

leaders came together – and worked

President Yulonda Beauford writes

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Together, we have achieved a

TESTED. PASSED.



FOR ANY TEAM, COMING TOGETHER, STAYING TOGETHER AND WORKING



TOGETHER ARE ESSENTIAL FOR SUCCESS.

C O M M U N I T Y

It’s Monday, August 29, 2005

distinction of board certification in

Katrina has just passed east of New

systems for patients who need the

healthcare management as a Fellow

Orleans. Kim Ryan, then Chief

help of machines, such as ventilators,

of the American College of

Operating Officer of Tulane University

to keep them alive. “We siphoned

Healthcare Executives (FACHE),

Health System, is relieved that

gas out of cars parked in the parking

which signifies her expertise,

damage to the hospital is minimal.

decks to keep the generators going,”

experience and commitment to

Ryan recalls.

continuing education and

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hospital and its academic buildings.

and did not lose a single patient.

professional development. She received her Bachelor of

That is a testament to the team. Our

Science in Nursing from Albany State

Incident Commander. Emergency

team stayed focused on our patients

University, a Masters of Critical Care

generators kick in and Ryan and her

and their care, taking one thing at a

Science from The University of

team manage their response from

time and making decisions as

Rochester and a Masters of Business

the hospital’s Incident Command

problems arose. With the help of

Administration from Georgia College

Center.

26 different air ambulance and

and State University. And for the past

evacuation companies, we got all of

six-and-a-half years, she has served

bring in fuel, Tulane’s emergency

the patients out by Friday after the

as Chief Executive Officer at Eastside

generators shut down. Inside the

Monday that it hit,” she recalls.

Medical Center in Snellville, Georgia.

hospital, temperatures soar into the

Kim Ryan, Southern Regional’s

Ryan and her husband, Rich,

upper 90's, humidity inside rises to

new CEO, has 35 calendar years of

have been married for 27 years.

100 percent and sewage backs up.

successful hospital clinical, managerial

They have three children: a daughter

and executive leadership experience

Cheryl, and twin sons Matt and Chris,

faculty, residents, nurses and hospital

for hospitals in both the for-profit and

as well as three granddaughters.

personnel in the caring of patients.

not-for-profit sector. But those seven

“For any team, coming together,

days inside a powerless hospital with

Southern Regional,” Ryan adds. “And

staying together and working

critically ill patients, all of whom

I look forward to getting to know and

together are essential for success,”

survived the incident, may be her

working with hospital team members

she says.

most distinguishing career experience.

and community leaders.”

For several days, Ryan leads

Incoming President and Chief Executive Officer

“We were there for seven days

As COO, Ryan also serves as

After 36 hours, with no way to

RYA N

Ryan has earned the

generators power life support

throughout the city – and around the

KIM

Three small gas-powered

at about 5:30 a.m., and Hurricane

But floodwaters are rising

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Kim Ryan

“I am really excited to be at

STRONGER TOGETHER. CLAYTON COUNTY IS A COMMUNITY THAT OFFERS THE BEST OF ALL WORLDS. WE HAVE SUBURBAN FRIENDLINESS, BIG-CITY AMENITIES, RURAL CHARM AND A STRATEGIC LOCATION, WITH EASY ACCESS TO AN INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED AIRPORT AND FOUR MAJOR INTERSTATES.

C O M M U N I T Y

We are home to the world’s

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significant impact on our economy,

Chime Solutions Inc., which is

busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson

with direct expenditures of $204

creating more than 1,120 jobs at a

Atlanta International Airport, and

million in 2014, which equates to an

new call center operation in Morrow;

the state’s second largest convention

impact of $466 million in total

AVICS USA, which is opening its

center, The Georgia International

economic output and income

U. S. headquarters in Clayton County

Convention Center, a world-class

generated. While the hospital

and creating 25 new jobs; and The

venue that is directly linked to the

employs 1,305 in full and part-time

Kroger Company’s new $175 million

airport’s automated people mover.

employees, with a total payroll of $97

distribution center in Forest Park,

million, it generates other jobs for a

which is creating 120 new jobs.

Our communities – College Park, Forest Park, Jonesboro, Lake

total of 2,973, with household

City, Lovejoy, Morrow and Riverdale

earnings of more than $182 million.

– each have unique style and

The availability of medical

About one-third of Georgia counties, including those in the Metro Atlanta market, supplement

personality. They are united in

care is essential to attracting jobs and

local healthcare institution budgets

making Clayton County inviting,

economic investment. In fact, a

to offset the burden of providing

prosperous and dynamic for our

recent survey among economic

uncompensated care.

citizens and businesses.

development experts revealed that

Southern Regional Medical

These communities, like

the availability of adequate local

Clayton County, are investing in the

Center, which has served the health

healthcare assets, such as the

health of their citizens – and in turn

and medical needs of residents and

presence of a top-notch emergency

attracting business investment,

visitors of South Metro Atlanta for

room, as well as trauma and cardiac

which brings greater tax revenues

43 years, is another critical asset to

care, are essential for attracting new

for services, and jobs for citizens.

Clayton County and Metro Atlanta.

businesses. Without these assets,

In addition to serving the healthcare

most large companies will not consider

of Commerce is proud to have

needs of our citizens, Southern

locating within a community.

Southern Regional Medical Center,

Regional is a strategic economic

The Clayton County Chamber

That is important, as new

which is an economic asset to Clayton

development resource and partner

businesses bring new jobs to our

County – and the South Metro Atlanta

to Clayton County.

community. Clayton County

region.

Southern Regional has a

recently welcomed the location of

YULONDA DARDEN BE AUFORD President & CEO, Clayton County Chamber of Commerce

LIKE FAMILY. MARTICE MOORE WAS IN SOUTH METRO ATLANTA WHEN HE EXPERIENCED SEVERE CHEST PAINS AND BREATHING DIFFICULTY. HE WAS WITH FRIENDS, TOO, AND THEY TOOK HIM TO SOUTHERN REGIONAL’S EMERGENCY ROOM. “His heart was beating so fast they

for outpatient rehab.” When they pulled into Southern Regional’s emergency

control,” recalls his mother, Barbara

entrance, Moore’s friends probably

Ewing. “He went into congestive

didn’t know the hospital is only the

heart failure and cardiac arrest,

second in the Atlanta area to receive

which resulted in brain injury. He

the prestigious Chest Pain Center

was in a coma for several weeks.

Accreditation, which includes an

They didn’t think he would be able

Accredited Vascular Laboratory and

to walk or talk, or have conscious

one of South Metro Atlanta's only

thought.”

hospital-based certified cardiac

has recovered his speech, his memory

rehab program. After he was discharged,

and is now in physical therapy. He is

Moore looked at different places he

still using a wheel chair but taking

could go for the outpatient therapy,

steps with a walker, and is in the

but decided to come back to

process of starting outpatient rehab,

Southern Regional.

which includes physical therapy,

“We’ve met a lot of people

speech therapy, occupational therapy

here who have become like family,”

and re-learning basic things such as

adds his mother. “It’s good for them

feeding and dressing.

to see him making progress. His

“I have been at home for a

recovery is a miracle. He was

month. I was in the hospital for five

expected to be in a vegetative state

months, including two months in

the rest of his life.”

inpatient rehab,” he says. “I will be coming back to Southern Regional

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didn’t think they could get it under

At Southern Regional, Moore

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Moore had fluid in his lungs.

“We are taking getting back to life day by day,” Moore adds.



WE’VE MET A LOT OF PEOPLE HERE WHO HAVE BECOME LIKE FAMILY.



Barbara Ewing.

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I GOT THERE JUST IN TIME. SONYA HECTOR WAS WORKING LATE INTO THE EVENING, WHEN A MAN WALKED IN THE RESTAURANT AND POINTED A GUN AT HER AND TOLD HER TO BE STILL. “I think that was the beginning of a very stressful period for me, and although I came right back to work the next day, I had nightmares about

for a while.” Hector is still recovering, and has changed her lifestyle. “I am taking medications to

it. I had a weekend off after that

control my cholesterol and high

incident, but the night before I went

blood pressure, stopped smoking

back to work, I woke up in the

been recognized by the American Heart and American Stroke Association with bronze, silver, gold



I LIVED FIVE OR SIX MINUTES

and gold-plus awards for maintaining

AWAY FROM

excellence in stroke care.

SOUTHERN

And the stroke team at Southern

REGIONAL,

tobacco cigarettes, exercise regularly

Regional has made it their mission to

AND THAT

middle of the night with stroke

and have changed my diet by giving

eliminate the mystery surrounding

WAS A

symptoms.”

up starch and fried food,” she says.

stroke. Understanding personal risk

BLESSING.

factors and knowing the warning

Sonya Hector

Hector couldn’t walk well, and

When it comes to strokes,

experienced slurred speech. Her

time lost equals brain cells lost. In

signs of stroke are important

family took her straight to Southern

fact, 1.9 million brain cells die every

prevention tools. It’s also important

Regional.

minute during a stroke, so time is

to know where to go.

“I remember the doctor asking

critical. That's why the presence of

“I lived five or six minutes

me if I knew my name. They treated

Southern Regional’s Advanced

away from Southern Regional,”

me immediately, and told me I got

Primary Stoke Center is so critical to

Hector adds, “and that was a

there just in time. The Doctor who

South Metro Atlanta.

blessing. The people of Southern

treated me in the emergency room

Southern Regional's Advanced

Regional took good care of me, and

came to see me the following day to

Primary Stroke Center has steadily

I’m thankful my family got me there

check on me. I was in intensive care

advanced over the years. They have

in time.”





ONE OF YOUR FIRST THOUGHTS IS: WHAT DO I DO NEXT? SHERRY HENSON KNOWS WHAT TO DO NEXT. SHE GOT

A GODSEND.

ME THE HELP I NEEDED.



Rebecca Duke

SHERRY HENSON HAS ONE OFFICIAL TITLE AT SOUTHERN REGIONAL’S SPIVEY STATION: CLINICAL CARE COORDINATOR, AND NUMEROUS UNOFFICIAL TITLES, INCLUDING BREAST CANCER NAVIGATOR, GRANT DIRECTOR, COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR, TEAM CAPTAIN, BAKE SALE COORDINATOR, HEALTH FAIR WORKER, PATIENT ADVOCATE, AND BEDSIDE COMFORTER. veteran, she follows every patient

take me as a patient. Sherry guided

Foundation grants at Southern

through their procedure results at

me to the right surgeon who did take

Regional, and works to get low-

The Women’s Center at Spivey Station.

me as a patient,” Duke adds. “I have

income or uninsured patients quali-

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had two surgeries and will be starting

fied for them if needed.

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A 20-year Southern Regional

While most women are aware take the initiative to detect the disease in its early stages.

Spivey Station is a full-service

“Medicaid coverage is available for all women diagnosed with breast

facility offering MRI, CT scan,

cancer through the Centers for

Rebecca Duke has been coming

X-Ray, Bone Density, Mammogram,

Disease Control and Prevention’s

to Spivey Station for several years for

Ultrasound, and biopsy procedures.

National Breast and Cervical Cancer

her annual mammogram. And

“A yearly mammogram is the

Early Detection Program,” she explains.

although she is unable to afford

best first line of defense for finding

insurance, the Komen Foundation

breast cancer early,” Henson says.

Captain for the yearly Komen Walk

has paid for the annual checkups,

“If we see something abnormal, the

for Cure, coordinates monthly bake

which, until recently, all came back

radiologist will recommend the

sales, visits patients, provides hats

negative.

patient come back for diagnostics

and wigs for those who’ve lost hair

and that may include an ultrasound

due to treatments, and provides

like when you hear that you have

or biopsy. It’s my job to ensure that

educational presentations at health

cancer,” Duke recalls. “One of your

our patients get the follow-up or

fairs and community meetings.

first thoughts is: what do I do next?

treatment they need.”

“It’s hard to describe what it’s

Sherry Henson knows what to do next.

Henson follows every patient

Henson also serves as Team

“Spivey Station, Sherry Henson and the Komen Foundation were a

She got me the help I needed.” One

that comes in. If a patient is diagnosed

Godsend to me and my family – at a

in eight women will be diagnosed with

with breast cancer, she switches to

really desperate time,” adds Duke. “I

breast cancer in their lifetime. And

the Breast Cancer Navigator role.

was lucky to have them all.”

when breast cancer is detected early, the five-year survival rate is 98 percent.

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chemotherapy.”

the director for the Komen and Katz

In addition to her role as patient navigator, Henson serves as

C O M M U N I T Y

of breast cancer, many often forget to

“Some surgeons would not

HE SERVED 31 YEARS AS A PARAMEDIC FOR THE CLAYTON COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT, RETIRING AS A LIEUTENANT. BUT JAMES PADGETT, A SELF-DESCRIBED “PEOPLE PERSON WHO HAS MET FEW STRANGERS,” SOON FOUND HIMSELF LONGING FOR MORE TO DO.

C O M M U N I T Y

“I was bringing my wife to

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work every day and picking her up.

raisers, the Southern Regional Medical

I call it driving Miss. Daisy,” he jokes.

Center Auxiliary has raised more

“And I realized that volunteering as a

than a million dollars over 10 years.

member of the SRMC Auxiliary was

The funds have been used to pur-

a good fit for me.”

chase new high-tech equipment, as

Padgett met his wife, Sharlotte,

A PASSION FOR HELPING.

sales, donations and various fund-

well as critical care beds, new wheel-

at Southern Regional. She has

chairs and new surgical equipment

worked at the hospital for 41 years in

for Spivey Station.

patient accounts. “When we met, she worked in

Monica Johnson, Southern Regional’s Manager of Volunteer

ER registration, and I was bringing

Services, says volunteers play a critical

patients here all of the time. It was

role.

true love. I’d bring the patients and she’d register them.” As a paramedic for the Fire

"They not only donate money to the hospital, they save the hospital money by donating their time,"

Department, Padgett delivered at

Johnson said. "They do a lot of things

least a dozen babies. “I’d work the

that allow our nurses to focus on

ambulance one day and the fire truck

patient care, and they are great

the next day. We’d bring the rescue

ambassadors to our patients and the

truck to any fire, and I’d mask up and

community. Mr. Padgett is an

do search and rescue.”

absolute pleasure to work with, and

“Now, I volunteer at Southern Regional ten to eleven hours a day,”

the patients and staff adore him." “I’ll work anywhere they put

Padgett says. My wife gets here at 6

me, whether it’s the Emergency

am. I leave with her at five. I volunteer

Room, gift shop, or main lobby. I was

a lot in the emergency department,

nominated to be VP of the SRMC

comforting patients with coffee or a

Auxiliary,” Padgett adds. “I just like

blanket.”

being around people and helping

Through bake sales, jewelry

people.”



I LIKE BEING AROUND PEOPLE AND HELPING PEOPLE.



James Padgett



SOUTHERN REGIONAL

A MIRACLE.

HAS BEEN A BLESSING AND ESPECIALLY OUR

WEIGHS 42 POUNDS, AND IS AS “HEALTHY AS SHE CAN BE.”

PRECIOUS CHILD. Daketa Fonville



pregnancy to at least 28 weeks.

things that can happen and also

her mother, Daketa Fonville, who

They didn’t reach their goal, but got

emphasized the good things they

had been undergoing treatments for

close enough: Zoe was born at 26

were working to make happen,”

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breast cancer at Southern Regional’s

weeks and five days. She weighed

Fonville says. “Zoe stayed there to

Spivey Station prior to becoming

one pound, 12 ounces and was 13

gain weight and fully develop her

pregnant.

inches long.

lungs.”

C O M M U N I T Y

ZOE FONVILLE IS A TYPICAL THREE-YEAR-OLD. SHE’S FOUR FEET TALL, 2 0 1 4 R E P O RT TO T H E

TO ANDRE AND ME –

“And that’s a miracle,” notes

“I was being treated for

Southern Regional’s Level III

The NICU’s other area is

endometriosis and ultimately, my

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

called the "Intermediate Care

pregnancy was considered high-risk,

(NICU) has a board-certified

Nursery," which cares for babies who

partly because I had just come off of

neonatologist available in the hospital

just need special attention, and its

radiation treatments for breast cancer,”

24 hours-a-day, and is the only South

“Graduate Nursery” cares for infants

she recalls.

Metro Atlanta hospital with this level

preparing for discharge – and helps

of around-the-clock coverage.

their parents learn to care for them

Fonville’s breast cancer was treated by the Doctors at Southern

“When we left she weighed

at home.

Regional’s Spivey Station. “They

4 pounds,” recalls Zoe’s father, Andre

were concerned the cancer could

Fonville. “Today you’d never know

the NICU staff and doctors regularly.

come back during my pregnancy,

she was a preemie child.”

“Southern Regional treated my

but it did not,” she adds.

Southern Regional’s NICU is

Fonville takes Zoe in to visit

breast cancer and nursed my baby to

divided into 2 separate areas. One

health,” she says. “The care they gave

doctors prescribed steroids to boost

area is called the "Intensive Care

to Zoe was outstanding. They have

lung development and hospital bed

Unit" and cares for babies who are

been a blessing to Andre and me –

rest for a month for Fonville – with

very sick.

and especially our precious child.”

With the high risk classification,

hopes, and prayers, to extend the

“They prepared us for the bad

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A COMMUNITY TOGETHER. A community that volunteers

participating in fundraisers, health

together stays together, and at

fairs, and other events. These include:

Southern Regional, we’re proud of

● Christian Fellowship Baptist Church’s Health Fair, College Park ● Good Shepherd Clinic 11th Annual Tomato Sandwich Party ● Clayton County Chamber of Commerce Annual Heritage Cadillac Golf Invitational ● US Congressman David Scott’s Ninth Annual 13th District Health Fair, Jonesboro ● Clayton Co. Board of Health’s second annual Teen Maze Event, Riverdale ● Peace Family Medical Center’s Health Fair, Riverdale ● Dayton-Atlanta Annual Reunion Picnic & Health Screening, College Park ● New Vision Christian Center’s Breast Cancer Awareness Event, Forest Park ● Lake Spivey Road Race benefitting SRMC’s NICU, Jonesboro ● Clayton Co. Public Schools - “Bring Your Parents to School Day” at Lovejoy High School, Hampton ● Arts Clayton sponsorship ● Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church’s Health Fair, Jonesboro

our long history of service and outreach in the community. In the past year Southern Regional employees have volunteered hundreds of hours to provide free health screenings for citizens throughout South Metro Atlanta. In addition to providing service through volunteerism, Southern Regional has sponsored an array of local events that promote the well-being and development of the citizens and businesses of Clayton County. In fiscal year 2014, Southern Regional partnered with an array of churches, community centers, and local, state and national leaders by

● City of Riverdale Community Health Fair, Riverdale ● Clayton Co. Public Schools – Sequoyah Middle School Health Screenings, Riverdale ● Lake Spivey Rotary Club & City of Jonesboro 5K/10K Road Race, Jonesboro, GA ● 8th Annual Spring into Healthy Living Expo, Morrow ● Unique Minds, Inc. - Annual Community Health Fair, Jonesboro ● Voices of Faith Church Community Health Fair, Lovejoy ● Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Community Event – Banneker High School, College Park ● Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Community Event (Henry Co. Chapter), Stockbridge ● Southside Music Fest & Jonesboro Days Event, Jonesboro ● Georgia Department of Transportation Employee Event, College Park ● Church of the Harvest International Health Screening, Jonesboro ● Keeping It Moving for KIDS, INC, Stockbridge ● Atlanta Caribbean Cultural Festival – Health Screening, Jonesboro

INCOME SOURCES Special Events: $209,078 Komen for the Cure Greater Atlanta Affiliate: $103,605 TV & Film Projects: $60,900 Volunteer Auxiliary: $80,400 Employee Giving: $88,836 Community Annual Fund: $36,082 Corporate and Foundation Grants and Donations: $60,638

Total Funds Raised: $639,539 PROJECTS FUNDED Women’s Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Equipment: $30,140 Spivey Station Surgery Center Equipment: $108,944 Surgical Services Equipment: $44,373 Information Technology and Operations: $24,460 Hemodialysis Equipment: $27,550 Caring Compressions Program: $113,605

C O M M U N I T Y

Total Funds Disbursed: $349,072

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A WORKING FOUNDATION. DONORS, GRANTS AND PATIENT CARE INITIATIVES – Since 1991, the Southern Regional Foundation has worked to

improve the quality of life of citizens in the Southern Crescent by philanthropically supporting the health care initiatives of Southern Regional. The Foundation’s mission is to meet the evolving healthcare needs of our community by enhancing medical technology at Southern Regional, organizing health education programs and providing access to care for everyone, regardless of their financial circumstances.

MAJOR DONORS: Anonymous Abraham J and Phyllis Katz Foundation Orestus H. Adamson AGFA Corporation American General Finance - VALIC And Action LLC API Healthcare Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates, PA Atlanta South Gastroenterology, P.C. Joe and Dinah Baker Barely Lethal LLC Terry and LyCynthia Baskin Batchelor & Kimball, Inc. Ernest Bedsaul Reverend and Mrs. Edward J. Best Harold and Andrea Callaway Christian's Pharmacy, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Willie Cochran James E. Crissey CVS Pharmacy Inc. Diversified Account Systems of Georgia, Inc. Ronald and Katherine Dodson Draffin & Tucker, LLP Dwarf House, Inc. David Ellwanger EmergiNet, LLC Emory Healthcare Emory Southern Heart Specialists, P.C. Marcia Frye Fulton & Kozak Gentiva Hospice

Georgia Power Company Greenberg Traurig, LLP Barton and Stacey Hancock Hanger Clinic Heritage Cadillac George and Evelyn Hoffman Hollis Cobb Associates JE Dunn Construction John & Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Jonesboro Animal Hospital Kaufman Hall Tom and Glynda King Komen for the Cure Greater Atlanta Affiliate LA Productions Inc. Gary and Pam Laggis Lake Spivey Community, Inc. Lanier Parking Holdings, Inc. Lila & Eve Productions Lincoln Financial Advisors Dr. Daniel McDevitt and Dr. Monica Holzwarth McKenna Long & Aldridge, LLP John R. McLain Dr. and Mrs. Don McMillian, Jr. Meadows & Ohly, LLC MedAssets, Inc. Mediserve Insurance Medline Industries, Inc. Mercer University Metro Atlanta Ambulance Service Million Dollar Productions, Inc. Mom365

Dr. and Mrs. Sarveswar I. Naidu Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough Susan A. Nemchik New Millenium Obstetrics & Gynecology, LLC Paramount Worldwide Productions Inc. "Cinema One" Peachtree Vascular Specialists, P.C. Pediatrix Medical Group Dr. and Mrs. Jay R. Prakash Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Prokesch Riverdale Anesthesia Associates, P.C. Robins & Morton Dr. Letitia Royster Scrubs & Beyond, LLC Sound Inpatient Physicians South Suburban Pathologists, PC Southern Crescent Hospital for Specialty Care Southern Regional Medical Center Auxiliary State Line Films SunCrest Home Health The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta-Clayton Fund The Outsource Group Zel G. Thorne TVM Productions, Inc. - Line of Sight United Community Banks University of Georgia Benny R. Whitmore Coylitia Williamson O'Neal Xanitos Dr. and Mrs. Barry M. Zisholtz

FISCAL YEAR CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS NET REVENUE REVENUE FROM PATIENT CARE OTHER OPERATING REVENUE TOTAL REVENUE

C O M M U N I T Y

OPERATING EXPENSES EMPLOYEE LABOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS SUPPLIES & DRUGS OTHER EXPENSES DEPRECIATION & AMORITIZATION FREE PATIENT CARE WE PROVIDED INTEREST EXPENSE

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TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

FINANCIAL FUTURE. The presence of a financially

INCOME FROM OPERATIONS NON-OPERATING INCOME

included improving the financial

Hospital Authority’s bonds, which

viable hospital is important to our

performance of Southern Regional

will save Southern Regional

citizens, businesses and the future of

Health System, and led to the

$3 million annually. In addition, the

Clayton County. The escalating cost

implementation of cost reductions

County is providing $9 million

of providing free care, without

throughout the hospital, which will

annually to help offset the costs of

funding to offset these costs, is a

save the organization $12 million

indigent care and fund other hospital

major concern of many community

per year. As Clayton County’s

related needs. Our focus on

hospitals, some of which have failed

community hospital and neighbor,

improving the business performance

and closed, throughout Georgia.

we are grateful to the citizens of

of Southern Regional Health System

Clayton County for supporting

will continue in 2015, because health

Regional embarked on an

continuation of the existing SPLOST,

care markets will continue to change,

organization-wide business

which includes investments in public

and we must adapt and evolve with

performance improvement initiative.

safety and infrastructure – and

that change.

The objectives of this initiative

allowed for defeasance of the

In early 2014, Southern

HEALTH SYSTEM PROFIT OR LOSS

ALL PAYOR MIX

2013

2014

MANAGED CARE MEDICARE MEDICARE HMO MEDICAID SELF PAY OTHER

24.2% 25.9% 11.9% 26.2% 10.0% 1.8%

24.4% 25.3% 12.1% 25.0% 11.5% 1.7%

MANAGED CARE 24.2%

276,498,654. 3,334,668.

265,148,525. 5,306,715.

$279,833,322.

$270,455,240.

87,646,157. 18,916,060. 42,212,201. 53,443,026. 9,569,714. 85,149,420. 3,586,913.

87,684,852. 20,816,878. 39,606,632. 54,766,527. 10,720,636. 78,376,480. 3,630,961.

$300,523,491.

$295,602,966.

-20,690,169. 3,022,420.

-25,147,726. 2,406,638.

-$17,667,749.

- $22,741,088.

CHARITY PATIENTS BY COUNTY: CLAYTON COUNTY FULTON COUNTY HENRY COUNTY DEKALB COUNTY FAYETTE COUNTY OTHER COUNTIES

79.9% 7.8% 7. 3% 1.0% 0.9% 3.1%

OTHER 1.7%

MANAGED CARE 24.4%

SELF PAY 11.5%

SELF PAY 10.0%

MEDICAID 25.0%

MEDICAID 26.2%

MEDICARE HMO 11.9%

2014

2014 PAYOR MIX

2013 PAYOR MIX OTHER 1.8%

2013

MEDICARE 25.9%

MEDICARE HMO 12.1%

MEDICARE 25.3%

FY14 is preliminary unaudited data.

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FISCAL YEAR 2014 SOUTHERN REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

FISCAL YEAR 2015 SOUTHERN REGIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM BOARD OF DIRECTOR APPOINTEES:

Richard C. Prokesch, M.D. – Chairman James G. Adams – Vice Chairman Daniel T. McDevitt, M.D. – Secretary Andrea S. Callaway – Treasurer Reverend Dr. Ed J. Best, Jr. Lee A. Diamond, M.D. Ronald M. Dodson Sherry K. Hancock Glynda B. King Gary J. Laggis Krishna B. Mohan, M.D. Raju M. Vanapalli, M.D. James O. Watkins Benny R. Whitmore

Donald W. McMillian, Jr., DVM Chief Landry D. Merkison Ramona R. Thurman

SOUTHERN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Kenneth M. Palmer - Chairman Donald W. McMillian, Jr., DVM – Vice Chairman Andrea S. Callaway – Treasurer LyCynthia Baskin – Secretary James O. Watkins Timothy Brown, M.D. James E. Crissey The late Reverend Charles W. Grant Donna Jackson, Ph.D. Glynda B. King Carol Montesinos Coylitia Williamson-O’Neal Zel Thorne Peggy Wilson

CLAYTON COUNTY HOSPITAL AUTHORITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Reverend Dr. Ed J. Best, Jr. – Chairman Sophia Haynes – Vice Chair Raju M. Vanapalli, M.D. – Secretary / Treasurer Henry H. Anderson, IV, M.D. Jameka C. Fields The late Reverend Charles W. Grant Danielle Hillman Cephus Jackson, Ph.D. The late William C. McBerry Jeanette Patterson



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