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2015 PHS Annual Report: Financial Review


Legacy Contributors

Thanks to our founding Legacy Contributors – the Massachusetts Medical Society, Coverys, and CRICO – PHS was transformed more than 20 years from a committee of volunteers to a professionally run 501(c)3 organization.  The yearly, ongoing support of our Legacy Contributors comprises approximately 2/3 of our operating budget, and forms the foundation that has helped us become one of the leading Physician Health Programs in the US.

PHS - RichardsonCoverys 
Brenda E. Richardson, MD 
Chair of the Board 




PHS - SatoCRICO
Luke Sato, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer




Dennis M. Dimitri, MDMassachusetts Medical Society
Dennis M. Dimitri, MD 
President


Sustaining Contributors

PHS’s Sustaining Contributors are health care organizations that support our mission by making significant contributions year-after-year.  The Sustaining Contributors include systems, hospitals, group medical schools, health plans and group practices. 

PHS - BenjaminBaystate Health, Inc.
Evan M. Benjamin, MD, FACP
Senior Vice President for Quality and Population Health and Chief Quality Officer
 



PHS - SaboBerkshire Health Systems
Alex N. Sabo, MD
Chair and Program Director, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences




Andrew DreyfusBlue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
Andrew Dreyfus
President and Chief Executive Officer




PHS - WalshBoston Medical Center
Kate Walsh
President and Chief Executive Officer




Angela JacksonBoston University School of Medicine
Angela Jackson, MD
Associate Dean, Office of Student Affairs
Associate Professor of Medicine




PHS - Stanley AshleyBrigham and Women’s Hospital
Stanley W. Ashley, MD
Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Medical Affairs; Frank Sawyer Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
 


PHS - SmithBrigham & Women’s Physicians Organization (BWPO)
Allen L. Smith, MD, MS
President

 


Donald A. Guadagnoli, MDCape Cod Healthcare
Donald A. Guadagnoli, MD
Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer 


        
 

David PellegriniConnecticut Medical Insurance Company (CMIC)
James Pellegrini, MD                    
Treasurer and Finance and Audit Committee Chairman
Board Certified Neonatologist Practicing at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, MA



Regina Mitchell, MDHarvard Medical School, Program in Medical Education
Regina Mitchell, MD
Director of the Office of Advising Resources




Michael S. Sherman, MDHarvard Pilgrim Health Care 
Michael S. Sherman, MD
Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer 

 


Howard Grant, JD, MDLahey Health System
Howard Grant, JD, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer





Eduardo Haddad, MDLawrence General Medical Staff
Eduardo Haddad, MD
Medical Staff President




PlaceholderMetrowest Medical Center - Medical Staff 





 

PHS - FinnertyPhysicians Insurance Agency of Massachusetts (PIAM) (Independent Insurance Subsidiary of the MMS)
Kathleen Finnerty-Schroth, CIC
President
 


PHS - De La Torre RalphSteward Health Care System (Includes Contributions from Good Samaritan Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, Morton Hospital, Nashoba Valley Medical Center, New England Sinai Hospital, Norwood Hospital, Saint Anne’s Hospital, and St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center)
Ralph De La Torre, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
 


PHS - SilbermanTufts Medical Center
Edward Silberman, MD
Vice Chair for Adult Services, Department of Psychiatry, Tufts Medical Center and Tufts University School of Medicine




Harris A. Berman, MD FACPTufts University School of Medicine
Harris A. Berman, MD FACP
Dean



 

PHS - DicksonUMass Memorial Health Care, Inc.
Eric W. Dickson, MD, MHCM, FACEP
President and Chief Executive Officer; Professor of Emergency Medicine, UMass Medical School




PlaceholderUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School







Major Contributors

Major Contributors include organizations that have made a substantial contribution to PHS in the fiscal year summarized in this Annual Report.  As our scope expands to reach more and more physicians and organizations throughout the Commonwealth, engaging new Major Contributors continues to be mission-critical!

  • Atrius Health 
  • Cambridge Health Alliance
  • Charles River District Medical Society 
  • Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
  • Emerson Hospital
  • Good Samaritan Medical Center Medical Staff
  • Harrington HealthCare System
  • Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Inc.
  • Heywood Hospital Medical Staff
  • Medical Staff at Morton Hospital, a Steward Family Hospital 
  • Morton Hospital, A Steward Family Hospital
  • Nashoba Valley Medical Center 
  • New England Sinai Hospital 
  • New England Sinai Hospital Medical Staff
  • Newton-Wellesley Hospital - Division of Medical Affairs
  • North Shore Medical Center, Salem, MA – Medical Staff
  • Norwood Hospital 
  • Norwood Hospital Medical Staff 
  • Saint Anne’s Hospital – Medical Staff
  • Saint Vincent Hospital
  • St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center and Medical Staff
  • Steward Good Samaritan Medical Center
  • Steward Saint Anne’s Hospital
  • Sturdy Memorial Hospital
  • Wyncote Foundation

Other Organizational Support

Many organizations utilize PHS to provide educational programs to promote the health and well-being of physicians and other professionals.  Honoraria for these efforts, and other contributions of this type, represent an additional, important form of Organizational Support of PHS. 

  • Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth Medical Staff
  • Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Milton Medical Staff
  • Cooley Dickinson Hospital
  • Doctors Concerned with Doctors, Inc.
  • Donna Singer Consulting, LLC
  • Emerson Hospital Medical Staff
  • HealthAlliance Hospital
  • Holy Family Hospital
  • Holyoke Medical Center
  • Lawrence General Hospital
  • Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association
  • McLean Hospital, In Memory of Michael Palmer
  • Middlesex North District Medical Society
  • NSMC
  • Saint Anne’s Hospital
  • The Plymouth District Medical Society
  • Worcester North District Chapter of the Massachusetts Medical Society

Individual Supporters

  • Janet Abrahamian
  • Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Adelman
  • Anonymous
  • Dr. and Mrs. Isidore Berenbaum
  • Bruce K. Bertrand, MD 
  • Carlee Blamphin, MD
  • James B. Broadhurst, MD
  • Barbara Hayes Buell, Esq.
  • David B. Carp, MD, in memory of Michael Palmer, MD
  • Jack and Sheila Evjy
  • Jeffrey Geller, MD
  • In memory of Darien Sanford Castro, from Debbie and David Grossbaum
  • James Harburger, MD
  • Thomas Scott Hemphill and Linda C. Hemphill
  • Drs. Stephen and Kathleen Hoye
  • Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Khantzian, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Aaron M. Leavitt, MD
  • Lee S. Perrin and Karen Mann
  • Peter and Claudette Martelly
  • Dr. and Mrs. Philip McCarthy
  • Dr. and Mrs. Leonard and Maxine Morse
  • Dr. and Mrs. Alan P. Moss
  • Dr. Richard S. Pieters and Dr. Edith M. Jolin
  • John A. Renner, Jr., MD, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Walter J. Rok, MD
  • Kenath J. Shamir
  • Dr. Mark Steinberg
  • Erwin Stuebner, MD
  • Dr. and Mrs. Mark Vonnegut
  • Deborah Kinney Weymouth

Supporters of the Tribute to Michael Palmer, MD, and Medical Student Health Lecture Series

  • Keith Ablow, MD, in memory of Michael Palmer, MD
  • Dr. and Mrs. Steven A. Adelman
  • Anonymous  
  • Anonymous, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Diana Barnes Blood, LICSW
  • Julieta Bleichmar Holman, MD
  • Debbie Brennan
  • Julie Breskin, PhD, in memory of Paul R. Blattberg, MD
  • Linda R. Bresnahan, in memory of Darien Castro Sanford
  • Corinne Broderick
  • Dr. and Mrs. Drew Brodsky
  • Booker Bush, MD
  • Dr. Jim Butterick 
  • Deborah Canale
  • Donald and Sondra Caplin
  • Caron Treatment Centers
  • Gary Chinman, MD
  • Beverly and Tristram Dammin, MD, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • S. P. Diamandis, MD
  • Dick Dugas, DDS, in honor of our friendship
  • Dr. Judy Eaton
  • Elements Behavioral Health
  • The Family of Michael Palmer
  • Linda C. Freeman
  • Carol Garner, MD
  • Amanda and Wayne Gavryck
  • Wayne Gavryck, MD
  • Peter Grinspoon, MD
  • Debbie and David Grossbaum
  • John Herman, MD
  • Mary Howard
  • Sarah Elizabeth Hull, MEd 
  • Andrew Hyams, Esq., in memory of Dr. George Hyams
  • In memory of Madhvi Desai
  • Jonathan Inz, PhD, Director, Medical Psychology Center, Beverly, MA
  • Joseph A. Jackson, DO
  • Edward J. Khantzian, MD, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Henri Koivuneva
  • Diane E. Koller, LICSW
  • Mary Kraft, MD, PHS Board Member since 1996
  • Aaron M. Leavitt, MD
  • W. Scott Liebert, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Shari Mahan
  • Marworth Alcohol and Chemical Dependency Treatment Center
  • Massachusetts Association of Medical Staff Services  
  • Stephen Hill and Laura Matz
  • McLean Hospital, in Memory of Michael Palmer
  • MEDSTRO
  • The New England Chapters of ASAM
  • New England Professional Group
  • Emmanuel N. Pothos, Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Eric and Iris Reines, in memory of Michael Palmer
  • Ruthann Rizzi, MD
  • Regina S. Rockefeller, in memory of Michael Palmer, MD
  • William D. Shea, MD and the First and Third Wednesday PM Group
  • Jacquelyn Starer, MD
  • Mary Anna Sullivan, MD
  • Talbott Recovery
  • Tufts University School of Medicine
  • UF Health, Florida Recovery Center
  • Jessica L. Vautour, in memory of Barbara Niemi and Robert Hathaway
  • Dr. and Mrs. Mark Vonnegut
  • Alan and Carol Wartenberg, MD, in memory of Dr. Michael Palmer
  • Spencer and Louisa Wilking

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our donors’ names. We regret any errors or omissions. Please notify us with any questions or concerns.


Caring for Physician Health Campaign 

The most effective form of support is peer-to-peer. This concept is the cornerstone upon which PHS was founded — “by physicians for physicians.” Philanthropic support plays a pivotal role in PHS’s stability and much-needed growth. Please consider supporting your colleagues by contributing to PHS. PHS preserves physicians’ health, which can result in medical license retention and improved health care for all.

Make a Donation
Please consider a donation to support the health and careers of physicians. Learn more about how to make a donation here. Thank you.

The success of PHS and its ability to restore physicians’ health and well-being is centered on a partnership with those who support the services we provide. By donating to PHS, you can feel assured that your contribution is directly related to one or more of the following efforts:

  • Confidential assessment, support, consultation, and monitoring for medical students, residents, and physicians in Massachusetts
  • The development of resources for increasing referrals for substance abuse, mental health concerns, and physical illness and expanding behavioral health services
  • Critical research needed to document outcomes of and successful strategies for physician health treatment
  • Increasing educational offerings, including courses, newsletters, and lectures throughout the state
  • Support groups for physicians and medical students
  • Improving the personal and professional lives of those we serve
  • Expanding the role of PHS into the domain of physician wellness, self-care, and peer support

All donations will be recognized in the PHS Annual Report, with your permission. Share the benefits of physician health with your colleagues. Invite them to donate.


Ways You Can Support PHS

In Honor or In Memoriam
Any contribution to PHS can be made in honor of or in memory of someone to whom you wish to pay tribute.

General Donation
A gift of cash or a check is the simplest and most immediate way to give to Physician Health Services, Inc. PHS will accept unrestricted contributions toward the program’s operations, including research, educational activities for physicians, support groups, and special projects. Many of the health care organizations have provided generous charitable contributions in appreciation of PHS’s educational lectures given at the donors’ institutions.

Restricted Gifts
Contributions can be designated to a specific area of personal interest within the scope of PHS activities and priorities.

Endowed Donations
A contribution can be made to PHS as a gift toward future growth. The principal is preserved, and the income supports the purposes of the fund as specified by the donor.


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