Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron

Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron Overview

Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron is located in Akron, OH. The organization was established in 1937. According to its NTEE Classification (E24) the organization is classified as: Specialty Hospitals, under the broad grouping of Health Care and related organizations. As of 12/2019, Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron employed 7,453 individuals. This organization is an independent organization and not affiliated with a larger national or regional group of organizations.

For the year ending 12/2019, Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron generated $1.0b in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 5.8% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $907.5m during the year ending 12/2019. While expenses have increased by 5.5% per year over the past 5 years. They've been increasing with an increasing level of total revenue. You can explore the organizations financials more deeply in the financial statements section below.

Since 2014, Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron has awarded 25 individual grants totaling $9,258,477. If you would like to learn more about the grant giving history of this organization, scroll down to the grant profile section of this page.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

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2019

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL MEDICAL CENTER OF AKRON ("CHMCA") IS DEDICATED TO IMPROVING THE HEALTH OF CHILDREN THROUGH QUALITY PATIENT CARE, RESEARCH & EDUCATION, COMMUNITY SERVICE.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT #1 - MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUBSPECIALTY SERVICES IN KEEPING WITH CHMCA'S MISSION TO PROVIDE QUALITY MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CARE FOR INFANTS, CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS, AND BURN VICTIMS OF ALL AGES, CHMCA OFFERS UNIQUE SERVICES IN A BROAD RANGE OF PEDIATRIC SUBSPECIALTIES. SOME OF THESE AREAS INCLUDE: HEART CENTER, NEUROSURGERY, MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE, OPHTHALMOLOGY, CARE CENTER, GASTROENTEROLOGY, UROLOGY, GENERAL SURGERY, SPORTS MEDICINE, REHABILITATION SERVICES, ENT, NEUROLOGY, NEPHROLOGY, ENDOCRINOLOGY, ADOLESCENT MEDICINE, INFECTIOUS DISEASES, PULMONARY MEDICINE, PALLIATIVE CARE PROGRAM, RHEUMATOLOGY, PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, ALLERGY, GENETICS, DENTISTRY, ORTHOPEDICS AND URGENT CARES. 2019 HIGHLIGHTS FROM SOME OF THESE AREAS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: CHMCA STARTED OFFERING CARDIAC CARE IN 2019 TO PATIENTS IN MARIETTA ON THE MARIETTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL CAMPUS, IN ADDITION TO ITS PEDIATRIC AND ADULT CONGENITAL CARDIOLOGY SERVICES AT 15 CLINICS THROUGHOUT NORTHERN OHIO. AS PART OF OUR COMMITMENT TO OFFERING THE LATEST ADVANCES IN PEDIATRIC AND MATERNAL CARE, CHMCA HAS EXPANDED COLLABORATIONS WITH HOSPITALS IN BOTH CANTON AND AKRON. CHMCA NOW OPERATES A MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE PRACTICE AT AULTMAN HOSPITAL AND ADDED MATERNAL FETAL MEDICINE SERVICES AT SUMMA HEALTH. CHMCA'S DIVISION OF ORTHOPEDICS SPECIALIZES IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND SURGICAL AND/OR NON-SURGICAL TREATMENT OF ALL TYPES OF BONE, JOINT, MUSCLE AND SPINE DISORDERS AND INJURIES IN CHILDREN, TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS. AS THE OPIOID CRISIS GREW INTO A NATIONAL EPIDEMIC, THE NINE PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDIC SURGEONS AT CHMCA BEGAN ANALYZING THEIR OWN PAIN MEDICATION PRESCRIBING PRACTICES IN RELATION TO THAT OF THEIR PEERS. THIS LED TO A STANDARDIZED PROTOCOL THAT HAS SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED THE AMOUNT OF PRESCRIBED NARCOTICS FOLLOWING ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. FOLLOWING THE LEAD OF THE ORTHOPEDICS TEAM, OTHER SURGICAL TEAMS ALSO WORKED TOWARD STANDARDIZING PAIN MANAGEMENT FOR THEIR PATIENTS AS WELL. AS PART OF CHMCA'S REGIONAL INITIATIVE TO BRING SERVICES CLOSER TO WHERE FAMILIES LIVE, WE OPENED THREE HEALTH CENTERS IN MANSFIELD, NORTH CANTON AND BOSTON HEIGHTS DURING 2019. SERVICES AT THESE HEALTH CENTERS INCLUDE AKRON CHILDREN'S PEDIATRICS, URGENT CARE, PEDIATRIC SPECIALTY CARE, REHABILITATION SERVICES, RADIOLOGY AND LABORATORY MEDICINE.


PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT #2 - HOSPITAL BASED SERVICES CHMCA'S PHILOSOPHY OF CARE IS CENTERED AROUND THE FAMILIES WE SERVE. THIS MEANS WE RESPECT EACH CHILD AND FAMILY'S INDIVIDUAL NEEDS AND STRIVE TO MAKE THE HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE AS PLEASANT AS POSSIBLE. THE ROUTINE CARE UNITS, WHICH CONSIST OF PRIVATE ROOMS AND ACCOMMODATIONS FOR OVERNIGHT STAY BY PARENTS, ARE BASED UPON THE CONCEPT OF FAMILY-CENTERED CARE. THE PRIMARY FOCUS OF THE FACILITY IS TO PROVIDE AN ENVIRONMENT CONDUCIVE TO PEDIATRIC PATIENTS, AIDING THEIR RECOVERY IN A MODERN HOSPITAL SETTING. INPATIENT SERVICES INCLUDE ROUTINE CARE, NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT, PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT, BEHAVIORAL HEALTH, REGIONAL BURN CENTER, AND TRAUMA SERVICES. OUR NEONATOLOGISTS PROVIDE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF INTENSIVE CARE FOR OUR YOUNGEST PATIENTS. OUR NEONATAL EXPERTISE EXPANDS BEYOND OUR NICU IN THE KAY JEWELERS PAVILION. WE ALSO OPERATE THE NICU'S AT CLEVELAND CLINIC AKRON GENERAL, SUMMA AKRON CITY HOSPITAL, ST. ELIZABETH BOARDMAN HOSPITAL, AS WELL AS SPECIAL CARE NURSERIES AT OUR BEEGHLY CAMPUS LOCATION, ST. JOSEPH WARREN HOSPITAL, AULTMAN HOSPITAL AND WOOSTER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL. TOTAL NICU PATIENT DAYS WERE 81,404 AND 78,510 FOR 2019 AND 2018, RESPECTIVELY. THE DIVISION OF PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR OVERSEEING AND DELIVERING CARE IN THE PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (PICU). THE PICU AGAIN RECEIVED THE BEACON AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE FROM THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CRITICAL-CARE NURSES (AACN). IN 2016, WE WERE FIRST-TIME RECIPIENTS OF THIS THREE-YEAR AWARD AT THE SILVER LEVEL. DURING 2019, OUR PICU ACHIEVED GOLD LEVEL STATUS, THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF RECOGNITION. ONLY TWO PICU'S IN OHIO HAVE RECEIVED BEACON AWARDS, AND CHMCA IS THE ONLY UNIT IN OHIO, AND ONE OF JUST 13 NATIONWIDE, WITH GOLD LEVEL STATUS. TOTAL PATIENT DAYS WERE 5,707 AND 5,967 IN 2019 AND 2018, RESPECTIVELY. SINCE 1978, THE REGIONAL BURN CENTER HAS PROVIDED SPECIALIZED CARE FOR BURN VICTIMS OF ALL AGES THROUGHOUT NORTHEASTERN OHIO. THE BURN CENTER IS VERIFIED BY THE AMERICAN BURN ASSOCIATION AND THE COMMITTEE ON TRAUMA OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, WHICH RECOGNIZES INDIVIDUAL AND INSTITUTIONAL COMMITMENT TO TOTAL BURN CARE AND A FORMAL SYSTEM FOR QUALITY BURN CARE DELIVERY. BESIDES PROVIDING EXPERT TREATMENT, THE CENTER'S STAFF IS ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN BURN RESEARCH AND BURN CARE TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY GROUPS. TOTAL PATIENT DAYS FOR THE BURN CENTER WERE 2,492 AND 2,623 FOR 2019 AND 2018, RESPECTIVELY. THE DIVISION OF EMERGENCY/TRAUMA SERVICES SUPPLIES THE EMERGENCY CARE NEEDS OF CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO TWENTY-ONE (21) YEARS OF AGE. AS THE SOLE PEDIATRIC INSTITUTION IN THE AREA, THE DIVISION OF EMERGENCY/TRAUMA SERVICES IS THE DESIGNATED TREATMENT CENTER FOR ALL EMERGENT PEDIATRIC PROBLEMS. CHILDREN FROM AKRON AND THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES IN NORTHEAST OHIO ACCOUNTED FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE 1,212,882 VISITS DURING 2019. CHMCA IS VERIFIED AS A LEVEL II PEDIATRIC TRAUMA CENTER BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. THE PEDIATRIC TRAUMA VERIFICATION IS BASED ON ITS ABILITY TO PROVIDE QUALITY TRAUMA CARE TO TRAUMA PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES FROM THE TIME OF INJURY, THROUGH THE ACUTE CARE PHASE, INTO THE REHABILITATION PHASE. CHMCA'S INPATIENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM HAS RECEIVED THREE-YEAR ACCREDITATION FROM THE COMMISSION ON ACCREDITATION OF REHABILITATION FACILITIES (CARF). THIS IS THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF ACCREDITATION THAT CAN BE AWARDED TO AN ORGANIZATION BY CARF AND DEMONSTRATES CHMCA'S CONFORMANCE TO CARF STANDARDS AND SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A RIGOROUS PEER-REVIEW PROCESS. CHMCA'S INPATIENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM TREATS CHILDREN, TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED TRAUMATIC AND LIFE-CHANGING ILLNESS OR INJURY. THANKS TO THE GENEROSITY OF OUR DONORS, THE LOIS AND JOHN ORR FAMILY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER OPENED IN OCTOBER 2019 ON THE AKRON CAMPUS. THIS NEW RESOURCE IS MAKING IT EASIER FOR CHILDREN, TEENS AND THEIR FAMILIES TO ACCESS MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES. CHMCA ALSO EXPANDED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES IN THE MAHONING VALLEY ON OUR BEEGHLY CAMPUS IN BOARDMAN IN DECEMBER 2019. THIS EXPANSION ALLOWS US TO DOUBLE THE NUMBER OF PATIENT VISITS IN THE YOUNGSTOWN AREA WITHIN THE FIRST YEAR. THE BUILDING FEATURES NINE INDIVIDUAL THERAPY ROOMS, AN ASSESSMENT ROOM AND GROUP THERAPY SPACES. IN ADDITION TO INDIVIDUAL MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY AND PSYCHIATRY SERVICES, THE NEW SITE WILL HOUSE A PARTIAL HOSPITALIZATION PROGRAM FOR TEENS IN NEED OF MORE INTENSE OUTPATIENT TREATMENT. ANOTHER HOSPITAL BASED SERVICE IS OUR HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY CENTER. CHMCA'S CANCER PROGRAM HAS AGAIN RECEIVED THREE-YEAR ACCREDITATION WITH COMMENDATION FROM THE COMMISSION ON CANCER, A QUALITY PROGRAM OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. AS AN ACCREDITED FACILITY, THE SHOWERS FAMILY CENTER MAINTAINS A CANCER REGISTRY AND CONTRIBUTES DATA TO THE NATIONAL CANCER DATABASE, A JOINT PROGRAM OF THE COMMISSION ON CANCER AND THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. THIS NATIONWIDE ONCOLOGY OUTCOMES DATABASE IS THE LARGEST CLINICAL DISEASE REGISTRY IN THE WORLD. DATA ON ALL TYPES OF CANCER ARE TRACKED AND ANALYZED TO EXPLORE TRENDS IN CANCER CARE.


PROGRAM ACHIEVEMENT #3 - PROFESSIONAL AND SUPPORT SERVICES SOME OF THE KEY DEPARTMENTS OF THESE SERVICES INCLUDE: PHARMACY, CENTRALIZED CORE LAB, MICROBIOLOGY/VIROLOGY LABS, CYTOGENETICS, RADIOLOGY DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING, RADIOLOGY MRI, RADIOLOGY CT, RADIOLOGY ULTRASOUND, AND RADIOLOGY NUCLEAR MEDICINE. THE CENTRALIZED CORE LAB (CCL) INCLUDES THE CHEMISTRY, HEMATOLOGY, COAGULATION, URINALYSIS, SPECIAL CHEMISTRY AND BLOOD BANK LABORATORIES. IN ADDITION TO ROUTINE CHEMISTRIES, TESTING IS PERFORMED FOR THERAPEUTIC AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE DRUG MONITORING. INSTRUMENTS ARE SELECTED TO USE THE SMALLEST AMOUNTS OF BLOOD FOR TESTING IN ORDER TO MINIMIZE BLOOD LOSS FOR OUR PEDIATRIC PATIENTS. IN ADDITION TO THE CCL, LABORATORY SERVICES ARE PROVIDED BY THE INFECTIOUS DISEASE LABORATORIES (MICROBIOLOGY, VIROLOGY, IMMUNOLOGY, AND MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS). THE RADIOLOGY DIVISION AT CHMCA PERFORMS A FULL SPECTRUM OF DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING PROCEDURES INCLUSIVE OF DIAGNOSTIC/FLUOROSCOPIC XRAYS, CT, NUCLEAR MEDICINE, ULTRASOUND, AND MRI.


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Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron Board, Officers & Key Employees

Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Roi Healthcare Solutions Llc
Erp Consulting Svcs
$3,087,671
Shiftwise
Workforce Scheduling
$3,067,819
Pediatric Adolescent Urology
Physician Services
$3,766,294
Marcus Thomas Llc
Broadcast Media
$7,308,718
Nc-hubmob Llc
Bldg Construction
$3,422,824
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$367,918
Related organizations$8,178,271
Government grants $2,884,971
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$870,544
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $0
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$12,301,704
Total Program Service Revenue$976,820,760
Investment income $15,975,011
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income $0
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $1,475,115
Net Income from Fundraising Events $160,070
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $1,014,517,498

Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron has awarded $847,512 in support to 4 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

AKRON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

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Akron, OH

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$797,512

Akron, OH

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$25,000

Akron, OH

PURPOSE: SUPPORT YMCA SAFETY WATER PROGRAM FOR KIDS

$15,000

ROTARY CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS INC

Org PageRecipient Profile

Akron, OH

PURPOSE: SUPPORT KIDS CAMP WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

$10,000
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Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 4 grants that Childrens Hospital Medical Center Of Akron has recieved totaling $21,000.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Petsmart Charities Inc

Phoenix, AZ

PURPOSE: ANIMAL-ASSISTED THERAPY

$15,000
Marathon Petroleum Foundation Inc

Findlay, OH

PURPOSE: ACBC SUMMER BURN CAMP

$5,000
Bank Of America Charitable Foundation Inc

Charlotte, NC

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$500
Bank Of America Charitable Foundation Inc

Charlotte, NC

PURPOSE: GENERAL SUPPORT

$500
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$75,792,308
Earnings$9,811,347
Net Contributions$9,438,289
Other Expense$3,679,227
Ending Balance$91,362,717

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