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2010
OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER’S
COMMUNITY BENEFIT REPORT
INTEGRITY
COMPASSION
QUALITY
STEWARDSHIP
RESPECT
TEAMWORK
2010 Community Benefit Report
CONTENTS
A
variety of questions currently
surround the health care field: • Will I get the care I need?
• What does reform mean to me? • Where should I turn for care?
Even with this uncertainty, you can
count on Olympic Medical Center’s
commitment to provide residents
of the North Olympic Peninsula with
high-quality medical care as steadfast
as ever.
As we continue this effort, we must
address three factors – an uncertain
economy, the Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act (health care
reform) and electronic medical record
(EMR) requirements. Together, these
represent game-changing forces for
Olympic Medical and the health care
industry as a whole.
In the coming year, Olympic
Medical plans to address these three
Pictured: John Nutter; John Beitzel
issues in multiple ways. In 2010, we
(president); Jim Cammack (secretary);
began the process of selecting a
Jim Leskinovitch; John Miles, MD; Jean
tertiary medical center affiliate, which
Hordyk and Arlene Engel. Also pictured, at
will allow us to expand local services
right, Eric Lewis, chief executive officer.
and seamlessly refer patients for
services not performed at the local level. We’re also reviewing EMR
options and working to select the most appropriate and effective
system possible. These steps, along with efforts to increase quality
and reduce waste using Lean process improvement, will help us work
to achieve Medicare Accountable Care Organization status by 2014,
which will help us better manage Medicare reimbursements.
The generous support we received through the OMC Foundation
in 2010 is amazing. We greatly appreciate the work of volunteers
and the funds raised through a variety of special events. For more
information about just how important your support has been, see
pages 8 and 9 for a look back at the Foundation’s astounding success
in 2010.
As we move further into 2011, we look forward to being
your trusted health care provider of choice for years to come. No
matter what questions arise, one answer will always be the same –
yes, we’re committed to being here for your future health care needs.
3 Employees Support United Way Promoting Employee Wellness
Our Flu Success
4 2010: A Year of Progress
6 2010 Community Benefit
Financial Report
8 2010: A Year of Generosity
10 2010 Olympic Medical
Center Donors
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EDITOR:
Eric Lewis
John Beitzel
MANAGING
ADMINISTRATOR
OLYMPIC MEDICAL CENTER
2010 PRESIDENT
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
CONTRIBUTING
Our Mission
Working together to provide excellence in health care.
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Another Successful Year
Uniting to Give
T
he employee-driven United Way Combined Fund Drive
led another successful campaign in 2010, raising more than
$137,000 for the United Way and internal OMC charities.
“Olympic Medical Center has by far the most successful public
hospital-based employee campaign in the state of Washington,” says
Jody Moss, executive director of the United Way of Clallam County.
“We are so thankful for OMC employees and their spirit of giving.”
The campaign relies most heavily on direct donations via payroll
deduction and donation of vacation hours, and nearly 600 employees
contributed in this fashion. The Combined Fund Drive committee also
coordinated a basket raffle and a holiday shopping spree.
“Despite a tough economy the past few years, our employees
continue to give what they can to the United Way and our internal
OMC charities,” says Stacie Neff, co-chair of the Combined Fund
Drive committee and quality analyst at Olympic Medical.
“It is reflective of our culture here. Olympic Medical employees
really care for the health and well-being of our community. We
don’t just provide medical services; we are friends and neighbors,”
adds Bobby Beeman, co-chair of the Combined Fund Drive
committee and communication and health promotions coordinator
at Olympic Medical.
The 2010 Combined Fund Drive committee also included: Sabrina
Clark, physical therapy and rehabilitation; Heather Delplain, human
resources; Lillian Domning, dietary services; Patti Green, patient
relations; Eric Lewis, CEO; Sally Rowland, medical staff services;
Sandy Smith, human resources;
Sharon Stevenson, physician
relations; and Karen Thompson,
Olympic Medical Physicians.
Stacie Neff, quality support
services, and Bobby Beeman,
strategic development,
co-chaired the 2010
Combined Fund Drive.
In an effort to
protect patients from the
flu, Hal Lyndes, MD, chief
of staff, obtains his annual
flu vaccination as other
medical staff members line
up for their turn on Monday,
September 13, 2010.
A Healthy Attitude about
Employee Wellness
E
mployee health
and wellness is of
utmost importance to
Olympic Medical Center
and key to its success
as a health care
provider. In 2010, the
organization’s Wellness
committee embarked
on several activities
to increase employee
The 2010 Wellness Committee
awareness of health and
wellness options.
“Giving our employees tools to be healthier and stay well is the
right thing to do,” says Rhonda Curry, 2010 co-chair of the Wellness
committee and assistant administrator. “Healthy and fit employees
are also happier and more satisfied.”
Activities in 2010 included a “Salad Day” at Olympic Medical
Center’s Medical Services Building in Sequim, installation of a
bike rack at Olympic Medical Cancer Center, a “Take the Steps”
campaign, “Your Shoes are Lonely” employee outreach for the
OMC 10K/5K and the First Annual Robert Boardman Memorial
Employee Health Fair, named after an active committee member
who died unexpectedly while doing what he loved – hiking in the
Olympic Mountains.
“Bob spent significant time helping craft a health survey for our
employees and helping provide direction on our activities,” says
Curry. “He was a beacon of healthy living, and it only made sense for
us to memorialize Bob in this way.”
The 2010 Wellness committee also included: Ken Berkes, physical
therapy and rehabilitation; Robert Boardman, diabetes education;
Susan Cooper, Olympic Medical Cancer Center; Mike Crawford,
Olympic Medical Physicians; Jessica Edwards, nursing; Graciela Harris,
nutrition services; Eric Lewis, CEO; Kathy Matriotti, diagnostic
imaging; Genny Monahan, Olympic Medical Home Health; Richard
Newman, human resources; Mic Sager, finance; co-chair Judy Tordini,
cardiac services; and Katelyn Walters, Specialty Clinic Sequim.
Battling the Flu by Choice
O
lympic Medical Center’s employee influenza (flu) vaccination
rate was the highest ever in 2010, with 90.1 percent of
employees obtaining their annual flu vaccination. Olympic Medical is
working on obtaining 100 percent through the “Choice Program,” a
program that mandates all employees who decline a flu vaccination
or are unable to obtain one for health reasons must wear a mask
during a declared flu season period in patient care areas or in shared
employee areas.
“We are happy with our flu shot compliance in 2010,” says
Richard Newman, chief human resources officer. “Although we’d
like to have 100 percent of our employees vaccinated for influenza,
our high flu vaccination rate certainly makes us a leader in the state among hospitals. Our high vaccination rate
provides a safer environment for our patients and their families.”
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REFLECTING ON
a Year of Growth and Partnership
Two new physicians joined the Olympic Medical Cancer Center team in 2010, including Erin Nelli, DO, medical oncologist,
and Michael Shevach, MD, radiation oncologist.
Last year, Olympic Medical Center laid the groundwork for an exciting future by adding a host of new
specialists, expanding cancer care, partnering with nearby hospitals and reaching out to urban hospitals
to offer expanded services and increase the reach and success of our electronic medical records (EMR)
system. Read on to learn more about the additions and initiatives that made 2010 successful.
Growing Our Cancer Services
As an affiliate of the Seattle Cancer
Care Alliance, Olympic Medical is
dedicated to providing residents with
world-class resources for cancer
diagnosis and treatment. In 2010, we
enhanced this mission by welcoming
Erin Nelli, DO, medical oncologist,
and Michael Shevach, MD, radiation
oncologist, to the cancer center team.
Olympic Medical also formalized an
agreement with Jefferson Healthcare
that enables our cancer specialists to
more conveniently treat patients in
Jefferson County.
“We decided to invest in the most
advanced technology on the market to
complement our physician expertise,”
says Rhonda Curry, assistant administrator
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of strategic development at Olympic
Medical. “With the installation of the
Varian TrueBeam™ linear accelerator – in
the spring of 2011 at the Thomas Family
Cancer Center facility in Sequim – our
physicians can deliver radiation therapy to
patients faster and with greater precision
than ever before.”
Welcoming New Faces to
Our Medical Staff
The great schools, abundant natural
beauty and friendly people of this region
add up to a fantastic place to raise
a family. Last year, 18 new providers
discovered that fact for themselves
thanks in part to Olympic Medical’s
recruitment efforts. The addition of
physicians in specialties including
oncology, emergency medicine, family
practice, general surgery, pediatrics and
orthopaedic surgery ensures Olympic
Medical is able to meet the health care
needs of friends and neighbors.
A Picture-Perfect Partnership
Radiology is essential to the diagnosis
and treatment of many medical
conditions, which is why Olympic
Medical partnered with Radia®, a
radiology and vascular surgery group
comprised of more than 70 physicians, in
late 2009.
“We get the best of both worlds by
working with Radia,” says Eric Lewis,
CEO of Olympic Medical. “Patients have
around-the-clock access to four talented
radiologists who live in Clallam County,
as well as the support of a large group
with subspecialty expertise.”
In October 2010, Olympic Medical
launched TeleStroke, a program
developed for patients who arrive in the
emergency department with stroke-like
symptoms. An emergency medicine
physician evaluates the patient on-site,
and a board-certified neurologist at
Swedish Medical Center in Seattle is
available for consults via real-time video
communication 24 hours a day.
“When the service is needed, we send
a patient’s imaging tests and lab work to
a neurologist at Swedish Medical Center
electronically, and the neurologist speaks
with the patient, his or her family, and
an emergency medicine physician on a
monitor,” says Lewis. “TeleStroke is a big
step forward for stroke care, especially in
rural areas such as ours.”
Joining Together
In collaboration with Forks
Community Hospital and Jefferson
Healthcare, we set out to seek an
affiliation with a tertiary medical center
to allow each of our organizations to
bolster clinical care and give patients
access to services that can’t be found
on the North Olympic Peninsula. The
hospital partners reached out to seven
tertiary facilities in 2010 and will finalize
an affiliation with one in 2011.
“In challenging economic times,
affiliating with a tertiary medical center
will allow us to provide more high-quality
local services with greater efficiency,”
Lewis says. “As part of the affiliation, we’d
like to expand our cardiac, orthopaedic
and endocrinology services, as well as link
our EMR with theirs.”
Olympic Medical Home Health is one
of only 11 agencies nationwide to be
recognized in the Top 500 every year
since the award’s inception, and the
organization placed in the prestigious Top
100 during four of those five years.
“Olympic Medical Home Health is
the only Medicare-certified home health
provider in the region,” says Curry. “Our
dedicated professionals travel across a
large geographic area to provide care for
people where they’re most comfortable
– in their own homes.”
Pointing the Way for Patients
Sometimes hospitals can seem
a bit hard to navigate. That’s why
professional wayfinding experts worked
with Olympic Medical to help identify
places to install new signs around the
hospital. The wayfinding signs feature
photographs of local beaches and
forests, courtesy of the Port Angeles
Regional Chamber of Commerce.
“The hospital has undergone many
revisions throughout the years, but we
had not comprehensively addressed
signage until the fall of 2010,” Lewis says.
“Installing new signage was an example
of listening to what our patients and their
families were telling us and responding to
their concerns.”
Moving Forward With EMR
Last year was a landmark time for
EMR implementation, as Olympic
Medical Physicians’ primary care, specialty
and surgery clinics in Port Angeles and
Sequim joined the system. Thanks to the
EMR, providers can now access patients’
charts at a moment’s notice and send
electronic prescription orders directly to
the pharmacy.
“The goals of EMR are to improve
management of chronic diseases, facilitate
safer care and better communication,
and increase the efficiency of health care
delivery,” Lewis says. “It’s been a long
journey to implement EMR – one that
will continue in 2011 and beyond – but
the benefits are worth it.”
For more information about everything
that’s happening at Olympic Medical, visit
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Another Honor
for Home Health
In the fall of 2010, OCS HomeCare
and DecisionHealth named Olympic
Medical Home Health a Top 100 Home
Health Care Provider yet again. OCS
HomeCare and DecisionHealth, two of
the country’s foremost sources of home
care information, created the HomeCare
Elite designation in 2006 to recognize
the cream of the home health care crop.
Swedish Medical Center neurologists
can communicate directly with patients
and Olympic Medical Center emergency
medicine physicians via a live video feed.
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Putting a Neurologist in
Stroke Patients’ Rooms
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2010 Financial Report to the Community
In
2010, the American people continued to see uncertainty in health care
and in the economy, and they witnessed a historical moment with the
passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – otherwise
known as the health care reform bill. Olympic Medical Center’s administration and
board of commissioners are closely watching health care reform and the economy,
while working diligently to ensure the medical center will be providing safe, high-quality
medical care to the North Olympic Peninsula community for years to come.
Olympic Medical is not immune to the poor economy and is continuing to see
decreased revenue due to inadequate reimbursement by Medicare, Medicaid and other
government payers. Bad debt and charity care also continue to grow. The effects of
these challenges are seen in the financials. Yet, through a variety of measures Olympic
Medical is strategically positioning itself for increased financial viability in the years to
come. The medical center will continue to support area initiatives that provide access
to medical care for members of the community, such as the free clinics and the local
VA Clinic, and will continue to focus on improving revenues and decreasing costs.
2010 YTD Statistics
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Variance
09–10
Cardiac Procedures
17,758
19,159
23,811
26,838
21,455
21,504
0.23%
Surgical Procedures
3,467
3,742
3,724
4,040
3,903
3,782
Rehab Procedures
89,256
93,069
101,647
109,172
118,580
112,909
-4.78%
Home Health Visits
26,514
22,242
23,888
24,948
27,542
28,660
4.06%
1,089,680
1,261,191
1,358,030
1,392,251
1,417,944
1,379,193
-2.73%
Endoscopies
3,179
2,725
2,897
2,954
2,635
2,512
-4.67%
Oncology Procedures
17,019
16,800
21,033
21,275
26,062
26,624
2.16%
ED Visits
24,689
25,069
26,553
26,841
27,212
27,219
0.03%
Imaging Procedures
63,013
68,124
74,034
74,799
76,901
80,715
4.96%
Avg. Daily Admissions
14.6
13.7
12.5
12.2
12.3
13.2
6.55%
Avg. Daily Census
47.5
47.4
45.5
44.3
41.8
44.0
5.24%
CT Scans
10,975
11,958
12,243
11,786
11,770
14,781
25.58%
Short Stay Visits
10,234
9,740
11,152
10,345
9,196
8,412
-8.53%
Adjusted Patient Days
42,922
44,102
54,547
54,919
53,439
53,300
-0.26%
Lab Procedures
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-3.10%
% Operating Margin
% Operating Margin 2000–20101999-2009
% Operating Margin
16.5%
14.0%
11.5%
7.5%
6.6%
4.3%
4.0%
4.0%
3.3%
2.0%
1.7%
3.2%
1.5%
1.6% -0.7%
1.1%
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09
20
08
07
20
06
20
20
20
05
04
03
20
20
02
01
20
20
00
-1.0%
10
6.5%
20
9.0%
% Operating Margin
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
Net Op. Inc. ($) 4,097,000
Net Revenue ($) 54,896,000
% Op. Margin
7.5%
4,095,000
2,190,000
3,017,000
3,237,000
1,541,000
1,607,000
(795,945)
2,368,718
4,208,555
1,379,770
62,184,000
6.6%
68,644,000
3.2%
70,556,000
4.3%
81,830,000
4.0%
88,722,000
1.7%
100,454,000
1.6%
110,750,016
-0.7%
121,239,676
2.0%
128,785,110
3.3%
130,744,881
1.1%
2009 Financials
Bad Debt and Charity Care
Net Revenue
$128,785,110
Expenses
$124,576,555
Net Operating Income
% OPER. MARGIN $4,208,555
3.3%
2010 Financials
Net Revenue
$130,744,881
Expenses
$129,365,111
Net Operating Income
% OPER. MARGIN 1.1%
Volunteers in Medicine of the Olympics
Lab and X-ray$60,283
Behavioral Health and Meds$56,004
In-Kind Rent $9,072
$125,359
Total
Dungeness Valley Health and Wellness Clinic
Lab and X-ray$92,198
In-Kind Rent $38,640
$130,838
Total
VA Clinic
Lab and X-ray $2,924
In-Kind Rent $22,800
Total$25,724
$281,921
Charity Care
$3,647,554
$1,395,480
2005
$3,507,808
$1,861,381
2006
$1,379,770
OMC Financial Support
of Community Clinics
Overall Total Bad Debt
$4,063,408
$2,008,108
2007
$4,627,386
$2,293,978
2008
$5,354,836
$2,766,950
2009
$4,650,259
$4,131,556
2010
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2010 Total $8,781,815
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What a Difference
For the Olympic Medical Center Foundation, 2010 provided another opportunity to celebrate the
support and generosity of residents across the North Olympic Peninsula.
T
hroughout the year, Olympic
Medical and the Olympic Medical
Center Foundation played host
to a variety of exciting and fun events
that marked a tremendous outpouring
of support in both Sequim and Port
Angeles. Read on for a closer look at
some of the events that made 2010
memorable for Olympic Medical and the
Olympic Medical Center Foundation.
also participated in a live auction to raise
funds for the Thomas Family Cancer
Center at Olympic Medical. Participation
was overwhelming, and the event raised
$125,000, a nearly $15,000 increase
from the 2009 event.
“The generosity of guests at the 2010
Harvest of Hope Gala helped make
the event the second most successful
in the eight years we have hosted
the celebration,” says Sara Maloney,
associate executive director of the
Foundation. “The exciting auction
and the powerful testimony of cancer
survivor Dennis Lefevre truly made the
night memorable.”
the dangers of heart disease. The event
sold out two weeks in advance, and 200
guests attended the luncheon.
Participants were treated to a
keynote address by Larri Ann Mishko,
DO, from Jamestown Family Health
Clinic, and a discussion of heart-healthy
living presented by Michael Crim, MD,
family practice physician, and Kara Kurtz
Urnes, MD, board-certified cardiologist.
Throughout the event, donations
were accepted to support Olympic
Medical’s cardiac services department
and the community-wide Automated
External Defibrillator Program, which
works to ensure the presence of
these lifesaving devices in surrounding
communities.
2010
Winemaker’s Gala
Marking the eighth annual celebration
of the Harvest of Hope Winemaker’s
Gala, the 2010 event invited guests to
celebrate “An Evening in the Pacific
Northwest.” Nearly 200 people gathered
at the SunLand Golf and Country Club
in Sequim to enjoy a four-course feast
of Northwestern fare prepared by Chef
Doug Seaver. Along with the delicious
meal, attendees participated in an
educational course about wines from
Oregon’s Willamette Valley offered by
Matt McCleary of Noble Wines.
Guests at the Harvest of Hope event
Red, Set, Go!
Heart Luncheon
Held in February 2010, the third
annual Red, Set, Go! Heart Luncheon
set a fundraising record of its own,
raising close to $49,000. Marking
Olympic Medical’s yearly celebration
of heart health, the luncheon educates
guests about the importance of knowing
Trisa Chomica, Karen Rogers and Julie Hatch, seen here with Bruce Skinner,
executive director, joined the Olympic Medical Center Foundation board in 2010.
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Hollywood Nights
Hosted at the Vern Burton
Community Center on March 7, 2010,
the second annual Hollywood Nights
event celebrated the 2010 Academy
Awards ceremony, raising nearly
$36,000. Guests spent a glamorous
Volunteers, donors and employees work to
a Year Makes
night out to view the prestigious awards
ceremony, while helping support six
Olympic Medical service areas.
A gourmet buffet prepared by
Chef Kevin Parker and a team of chefs
provided the delicious fare for the
evening, as guests bid on live and silent
auction items. Lynda Day George,
who is best known for her work on
the television series Mission: Impossible,
served as the guest of honor.
“During the past two years, the
Hollywood Nights event has proven to
be one of the most fun and entertaining
events the Olympic Medical Center
Foundation hosts,” adds Bruce Skinner,
executive director of the Foundation.
“Our guests get to feel like true
celebrities, walk the red carpet and
support a tremendous cause – all in
one night.”
Medical Center Foundation. Focused on
encouraging active and healthy lifestyles,
Team OMC enlists team members
to complete a half- or full-length
marathon to raise funds for the hospital.
Participants typically raise between
$1,000 and $5,000 while enjoying
the health benefits and satisfaction of
athletic training and competition.
2010
Team OMC
Each year, the Team OMC event is
one of the most rewarding and inspiring
programs offered by the Olympic
Festival of Trees
The 20th annual Festival of Trees,
held over Thanksgiving weekend,
represented three days of seasonal fun
for families across the North Olympic
Peninsula. As in years past, the Festival
of Trees included two Teddy Bear Teas,
the Winterland Gala dinner and live
auction, a Holiday Senior Breakfast, and
a Family Days program. Celebrating the
holidays in style, the Festival of Trees
marked the perfect way to begin the
holiday season in Clallam County and
raised nearly $160,000 for Olympic
Medical Center.
make each and every fundraising event exciting, special and successful.
Duck Derby
On May 23, 2010, the Olympic
Medical Center Foundation hosted
one of the region’s most popular
events – the annual Great Olympic
Peninsula Duck Derby. Marking the
21st celebration of this great race, the
2010 derby was held at Nippon Canal
in Port Angeles. The event raised
approximately $150,000 through the
sale of ducks, and the turnout for the
race itself was truly amazing, according
to Skinner.
To learn more about the Olympic
Medical Center Foundation and events
planned for 2011, visit www.omhf.org or
call (360) 417-7144.
Guest of honor Lynda Day George and her husband
Doug Cronin at the 2010 Hollywood Nights event.
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2010 DONORS
Oly mpic Medical Center Foundation
2010 HOSPITAL DONORS
CardioNet
John Locke
Dan Charron
Mad Hatters
PLATINUM ($20,000+)
Bill and Janis Clevenger
David and Patricia Mattingley
Andrea Alstrup
Cornett Family Trust
Steve and Sarah Methner
First Federal Savings
Doug and Lynda Cronin
Carolyn Muller
and Loan
Northwest Pathology
Tom and Rhonda Curry
John Nutter
GOLD ($5,000–19, 999)
Gail Dosey
Dr. Roger and Maura Oakes
Rex and Reva Bates
D.R. Systems Inc.
Park View Villa Healthy Heart Dance
Martha Brooks
Linda S. Eaton
Edna Petersen
Exeltech
Family Medicine of Port Angeles
Philips Healthcare
Jack and Terri Harmon
Family Restaurant of Joyce
Bob and Sherry Phillips
Bill and Kay Hermann
Dr. Mark and Janet Fischer
Richard and Judith Playter
Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe
Bill and Susan Gellor
Fred and Laraine Pleines
Bill and Esther Littlejohn
Rhonda Greiner
Port Angeles Downtown Association
Brown and Sara Maloney
Kurt Grinnell
David Price
Todd and Laurie Negus
Jack and Tami Harmon
Radia, Inc., PS
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Harry and Mary Hebert
John and Gail Ralston
Sequim Gazette
Jerry and Betty Hendricks
Timothy and Jennifer Redlin
Kay C. Hobbs
George and Lorene Rittenmyer
SILVER ($1,000–$4,999)
Janet Hogan
Craig and Kat Rygaard
Airlift Northwest
Jean Hordyk
Scherer Associates
Astellas Pharma US, Inc.
Dr. Stephen and Linda Howarth
Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim
Dr.Todd and Mary Irwin
7 Cedars Casino
John and Amanda Beitzel
Patrick and Holly Irwin
Sherrie Schouten Photography
Sylvia Berquist
Irwin Dental Center
John and Pat Siemens
Dr. David and Jennifer Bork
Sara Jervis
Bruce and Kathy Skinner
Steven and Mary Borland
Jim and Debbie Jones
Eric Bower
Karen Rogers Consulting
Soroptimists Jet Set
Lynn and Jennifer Bruch
Dr. Scott and Brenda Kennedy
Raphael Stone
Steve Burke
Key Bank
Charles and Joyce Stroeher Dr. John and Candace Burkhardt
James and Lucy Kittrick
Dr. Sandra Tatro and Denise Bennett
Jim and Barbara Cammack
Dr. Thomas and Jan Kummet
Joe Cammack
Eric and Alwynn Lewis
Deborah Turner
Harvest of Hope
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, Academy Awards
, Red, Set, Go!
Sequim Health and Rehabilitation
, Donations
, Promise of Hope
, Team OMC
Dr. Kara Kurtz Urnes
John Lyons
Kim Bennett
Daryl and Kim Wakefield
Mac and Teresa MacDonald
Steve Blackham
Phil and Linda Walker
Jeff Marshall
John Brewer
Westport Shipyard
Mike and Barbara McAleer
Dr. David Byrd
James Williams
Mike and Lynn McAleer
Virginia Carroll
Jane Neary
Suree Chommuang
Olympic Disposal
Pete and Missy Church-Smith
BRONZE ($500–$999)
Olympic Distributing
Dr. Robert and Kathy Craven
Ameriprise Financial
OMC Charities
William and Betty Dickinson
Angeles Clinic for Animals
PA Tire Factory
Kevin and Joanne Estes
Eric Apablasa and Mary Hunchberger
Dave Parrish
Joe and Becky Gladfelter
Peninsula College
Mike Glenn
AstraZeneca
Peninsula Daily News
Roy and Mary Gotham
Dr. Matthew Barton and
Randy and Mary Perry
Thor and Andrea Gunderson
Dr. Sarah Winternitz
Puget Sound Transfer and Storage
Cecelia Harms-Zapata
Bill Benedict
Toni Riccelli
Christina Hebert
George and Barbara Brown
Mary Roon
Ed Honeycutt
Dr. David and Marsha Chance
Stephen and Kim Rosales
Michelle Ignagni
Dr. Milt and Susan Chance
Herbert and Marolyn Russell
Paul Ishizuka
Ken and Brenda Clark
Elizabeth and Rodney Schmidt
Travis and Kristen Johnson
DA Davidson Company
Dr. Michael Shevach
Deborah King
Dr. Richard and Linda Davies
Jeffrey Short and Barbara Sheller
Dr. Alfonso Masangkay
Dr. Rena Zimmerman
Paul and Rochelle McHugh
Dr. Stig Osterberg and Dr. Heidi Brandt Dr. James and Sherrie Siemens
Sound Community Bank
Liz Mueller
Dr. Richard and Pat Elmer
Jack and Delores Stewart and sons
Presbyterian Women of Sequim
J and R.A. Forster
Strait Occupational Hand Therapy
Michael and Theresa Rauch
Phillip and Kathleen Giuntoli
Sunset Wire and Rope
Dr. Dana and Rhianna Shaltry
Dr. Dirk and Kelly Gouge
Susan Parr Travel
Cyndi Ulin
Harry Grandstrom
The Toggery
United Way of Clallam County
J and J Construction
Rand and Darlene Thomas
Sean and Lorraine Wall
Jim’s Pharmacy
Susan Tonini
Walmart Foundation
Lauri L. Kimer Debaun
Dr. Scott Van Dyken
Washington State Medical Oncology Kitsap Bank
Nancy Whiting
Society
KONP Radio
Wilder Auto Center
Richard and Paulina Wendt
Dr. Alan and Susan Kowitz
Dr. Josephine Zuzarte
Dr. Christopher Williams
KPS Health Plans
Laurel Dental Clinic
($250–$499)
Sandy Lawrence
Angie Graff
Jean Lodeen
Dr. Peter and Leslie Albro
Lower Elwha Casino
Debra Beauchamp
Harvest of Hope
, Festival of Trees
, Academy Awards
, Red, Set, Go!
To donate to the
Olympic Medical Center Foundation,
or for more information,
call (360) 417-7144.
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We welcomed these fine providers
to the community in 2010.
Erik Borgnes, MD
Radiology
Olympic Medical
Center
Jennifer Brown, MD
Primary Care
Family Medicine
of Port Angeles
Patricia Christiansen, PA-C
Orthopaedic Surgery
OMP Orthopaedic Clinic
Raj Deol, MD
Pulmonology
OMP Specialty Clinic
Ianir Divinsky, MD
Hospitalist
Olympic Medical
Center
Kathleen Farrell, DO
Primary Care
Jamestown Family
Health Clinic
Bernadette Gonsalvez,
PA-C
Primary Care
OMP Primary Care Clinic
Laurie Johnson-Driese,
ARNP
Certified Nurse Midwife
OMP Women’s Clinic
Heather Irwin, MD
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Jamestown Family
Health Clnic
Matthew Levy, MD
General Surgery
OMP Surgery Clinic
Erin Nelli, DO
Medical Oncology
Olympic Medical
Cancer Center
Michael Shevach, MD
Radiation Oncology
Olympic Medical
Cancer Center
Rebecca Sorg, PA-C
Primary Care
OMP Primary Care Clinic
Grace Yelland, MD
Pediatrics
Peninsula Children’s
Clinic
Local expertise for all your health care needs.
Not pictured: Christopher Frank, MD, Primary Care, Family Medicine of Port Angeles; Joshua Jones, MD, Psychiatry,
Peninsula Community Mental Health Center; Rienera Sivesind, MD, Primary Care, Family Medicine of Port Angeles
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