Childrens Hospital Inc

Childrens Hospital Inc Overview

Childrens Hospital Inc, operating under the name Children's Hospital, is located in New Orleans, LA. The organization was established in 1956. 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, Children's Hospital employed 2,599 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, Children's Hospital generated $401.7m in total revenue. This represents relatively stable growth, over the past 5 years the organization has increased revenue by an average of 2.5% each year. All expenses for the organization totaled $325.2m during the year ending 12/2019. While expenses have increased by 6.4% 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.

Mission & Program ActivityExcerpts From the 990 Filing

TAX YEAR

2019

Describe the Organization's Mission:

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TO PROVIDE COMPREHENSIVE PEDIATRIC HEALTHCARE, WHICH RECOGNIZES THE SPECIAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN, THROUGH EXCELLENCE AND THE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OF PATIENT CARE, EDUCATION, RESEARCH, CHILD ADVOCACY, AND MANAGEMENT.

Describe the Organization's Program Activity:

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COMMUNITY CARE AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS: IN MARCH OF 1998, THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES RECOGNIZED THAT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, WITH ITS RICHNESS OF TALENT AND PROGRAMS AND ITS FINANCIAL RESOURCES, WAS WELL POSITIONED TO IDENTIFY AND ADDRESS OBSTACLES TO THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN IN THE COMMUNITY. THEREFORE, A STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH DEVELOPING AND MONITORING ALL SERVICES AND BENEFITS PROVIDED TO THE COMMUNITY.THE HOSPITAL ALSO PROVIDES A LARGE ARRAY OF COMMUNITY-EDUCATION PROGRAMS, WELLNESS PROGRAMS, RESEARCH ACTIVITIES AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE HANDICAPPED AND MEDICALLY UNDERSERVED. THESE INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT CENTER OF BATON ROUGE WAS IMMEDIATELY ESTABLISHED FOLLOWING HURRICANE KATRINA TO REACH OUT TO PATIENTS WHO RELOCATED TO THE BATON ROUGE AREA. CLINIC SPACE WAS PURCHASED FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL'S PEDIATRIC SPECIALISTS AND PEDIATRICIANS TO SEE PATIENTS ON A WEEKLY BASIS. THE CLINIC IS FULLY STAFFED TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THE GROWING PEDIATRIC POPULATION IN BATON ROUGE. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL BURDIN RIEHL CLINIC WAS ESTABLISHED IN LAFAYETTE TO MEET THE NEEDS OF THOSE PATIENTS WHO RELOCATED TO THE AREA FOLLOWING HURRICANE KATRINA. BOTH THE BATON ROUGE AND LAFAYETTE CLINICS PROVIDE CARE WITH THE SAME GUIDELINES AS THE HOSPITAL - NO CHILD IS EVER TURNED AWAY. THE METAIRIE CENTER IS A SATELLITE CLINIC FOR PEDIATRIC SPECIALISTS WHO SEE PATIENTS IN THE METAIRIE AREA. THE NORTHSHORE CLINIC IS A SATELLITE CLINIC FOR PEDIATRIC SPECIALISTS WHO SEE PATIENTS IN THE COVINGTON AND MANDEVILLE AREAS. THE DENHAM SPRINGS CLINIC OPENED IN SEPTEMBER 2017 AS A SATELLITE CLINIC FOR PEDIATRIC SPECIALISTS WHO SEE PATIENTS IN THE DENHAM SPRINGS AREA. THE CHILDREN'S HEALTHCARE ASSISTANCE PLAN (CHAP) PROVIDES PHYSICIAN AND HOSPITAL SERVICES AT NO COST TO CHILDREN WHOSE FAMILY INCOME IS TOO HIGH TO QUALIFY FOR MEDICAID BUT WHOSE LACK OF RESOURCES LIMIT THEIR ACCESS TO QUALITY HEALTHCARE. FREE CARE PROVIDED BY THE HOSPITAL, AT ESTABLISHED CHARGES, WAS APPROXIMATELY $12,881,300 FOR THE YEAR-END DECEMBER 31, 2019. BENEFITS TO THE INDIGENT ALSO INCLUDE CHARGES IN EXCESS OF GOVERNMENT PAYMENTS FOR SERVICES PROVIDED TO MEDICAID BENEFICIARIES OF APPROXIMATELY $618,134,005 FOR THE YEAR-END DECEMBER 31, 2019. IN ADDITION, CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL HAD TO WRITE-OFF APPROXIMATELY $5,029,763 OF PATIENT CARE CHARGES THAT COULD NOT BE COLLECTED FROM PATIENTS. THE PARENTING CENTER IS A COMMUNITY RESOURCE PROGRAM PROVIDING SUPPORT AND EDUCATION TO PARENTS. THE GOALS OF THE CENTER ARE TO PROMOTE CONFIDENCE AND COMPETENCE IN PARENTS, TO ENCOURAGE OPTIMAL CHILD DEVELOPMENT, AND TO ENHANCE THE WELL BEING OF THE FAMILY AS A WHOLE. THE PARENTING CENTER OFFERS: 1) PARENT TRAINING CLASSES, 2) A FREE TELEPHONE ADVICE LINE, 895-KIDS, 3) DROP-IN VISITS TO THE CENTER TO OFFER TIME WITH OTHER PARENTS AND STAFF WHILE THE CHILDREN PLAY, 4) COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAMS, SUCH AS LUNCH BAG SEMINARS FOR WORKING PARENTS, AND 5) WEEKLY TELEVISION SEGMENTS FEATURING CHILDREARING TIPS. SERVICES HAVE BEEN EXTENDED TO SUBURBAN NEW ORLEANS WITH THE OPENING OF THE METAIRIE PARENTING CENTER, WHICH ALSO OFFERS CLASSES, SUPPORT GROUPS, INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING AND A PARENT LIBRARY. THE AUDREY HEPBURN CHILDREN AT RISK EVALUATION (CARE) CENTER PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE FORENSIC MEDICAL EVALUATIONS AND REFERRALS TO COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE VICTIMS OF SEXUAL ABUSE, PHYSICAL ABUSE AND NEGLECT AND THEIR FAMILIES. THE CARE CENTER HAS CLINICS IN NEW ORLEANS, BATON ROUGE AND ST. TAMMANY, BUT CHILDREN ARE REFERRED FROM PARISHES THROUGHOUT LOUISIANA AND THE GULF COAST. THE MEDICAL EVALUATION CONSISTS OF A DETAILED FORENSIC INTERVIEW OF THE CHILD AND THE CARETAKER, A COMPLETE PHYSICAL EXAMINATION, AND PREPARATION OF A REPORT TO THE REFERRING AGENCY. IN ADDITION, THE PHYSICIANS ARE FREQUENTLY CALLED UPON TO TESTIFY IN COURT IN THOSE CASES OF SEXUAL AND PHYSICAL ABUSE THAT ARE PROSECUTED. PHYSICIANS HAVE TESTIFIED IN AND HELPED PREPARE NUMEROUS CASES IN THE LAST YEAR. THE CARE CENTER STAFF ROUTINELY PRESENTS LECTURES ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT TO COMMUNITY ACTION AND PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL AND LEGAL GROUPS, PEDIATRIC NURSES, NURSE TECHNICIANS, CHILDCARE TECHNICIANS, DENTAL HYGIENE STUDENTS, HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND CHILDCARE WORKERS. THEY ALSO SERVE AS CONSULTANTS TO THE STATE OF LOUISIANA AND OUTLYING PARISHES AND TO OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR ORLEANS, JEFFERSON, ST. BERNARD AND PLAQUEMINES PARISHES. CURRENTLY, THE PROGRAM CONSISTS OF TWO FULL-TIME FELLOWSHIP TRAINED PEDIATRICIANS AND ONE FELLOW IN TRAINING.THE CENTER RECEIVES FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM THE AUDREY HEPBURN FOUNDATION, WHICH ALSO PROVIDES FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO SIMILAR CENTERS IN LOS ANGELES, CA. AND HACKENSACK, N.J. THE GREATER NEW ORLEANS IMMUNIZATION NETWORK (GNOIN) IS A MODEL PROGRAM FOCUSING ON INCREASING IMMUNIZATION RATES OF CHILDREN THROUGH THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. GNOIN OFFERS THE COMBINED ELEMENTS OF AN IMMUNIZATION REGISTRY INTO THE STATE'S SYSTEM, A MAILER REMINDER SYSTEM, PARENTAL EDUCATION, AND A MOBILE IMMUNIZATION UNIT THAT TRAVELS THROUGHOUT THE METROPOLITAN NEW ORLEANS AREA TO ADMINISTER IMMUNIZATIONS FREE OF CHARGE TO ELIGIBLE INFANTS, CHILDREN, AND ADOLESCENTS THROUGH THE AGE OF 18 YEARS. IN 2019, GNOIN HAD 16,607 VISITS TO THE IMMUNIZATION UNIT AND ADMINISTERED 35,385 VACCINES. THE SCHOOL KIDS IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM (SKIP) GREW OUT OF A NEED TO INCREASE THE IMMUNIZATION RATES FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN IDENTIFIED BY GNOIN. SKIP IS PRESENTLY WORKING WITH SCHOOLS LOCATED IN NEW ORLEANS EAST, ST. BERNARD, ORLEANS, AND JEFFERSON PARISH. SKIP WORKS WITH INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS AND REVIEWS ALL THE STUDENT'S IMMUNIZATION RECORDS. STUDENTS, NOT IN THE STATE'S IMMUNIZATION REGISTRY, LA IMMUNIZATION NETWORK FOR KIDS STATEWIDE (LINKS), ARE ENROLLED INTO THE DATA REGISTRY. THE PARENTS OF STUDENTS WHO DO NOT HAVE UP-TO-DATE IMMUNIZATION RECORDS ARE NOTIFIED AS TO WHICH VACCINE(S) THEIR CHILD REQUIRES. THEY RECEIVE IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION AND A CONSENT FORM THAT AUTHORIZES SKIP TO ADMINISTER THE NECESSARY VACCINE(S) TO THEIR CHILD FREE-OF-CHARGE. IN 2019, SKIP IMMUNIZED 3,020 STUDENTS AND ADMINISTERED 4,923 VACCINES.THE COMBINED IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMS, SKIP AND GNOIN, ARE ONE OF THE LARGEST PROVIDERS OF IMMUNIZATIONS IN THE STATE. COMBINED THE PROGRAMS IMMUNIZED A TOTAL OF 19,627 CHILDREN AND ADMINISTERED 40,308 VACCINATIONS IN 2019.THE CLINICAL DIETITIAN PROGRAM PROVIDES AND MONITORS THE NUTRITIONAL CARE OF PATIENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DIETETIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT AND HOSPITAL CLINICAL STAFF. THE PROGRAM IS STAFFED DURING THE WORKWEEK AND AS NEEDED ON WEEKENDS TO BE AVAILABLE TO ALL INPATIENTS AND OUTPATIENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY CARE PROGRAM AND DIABETES GRANT. SERVICES AND DIAGNOSES INCLUDE NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND MONITORING VIA PHYSICIAN CONSULTATION, NUTRITIONAL EDUCATION AND COUNSELING, ESTABLISHMENT OF NUTRITIONAL CARE PLANS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY GOALS, PARTICIPATION IN THE ESTABLISHMENT AND REVISION OF PATIENT MEAL AND FORMULA POLICIES AND PROCEDURES AND NUTRITION CARE STANDARDS AND CQI ACTIVITIES, AND CONDUCT DEPARTMENTAL AND CLINICAL STAFF AND DIETETIC INTERN EDUCATION SERVICES.THE VENTILATOR ASSISTED CARE PROGRAM (VACP) PROVIDES CASE MANAGEMENT FOR MEDICAID ELIGIBLE CHILDREN LIVING AT HOME IN THE STATE OF LOUISIANA AND ARE VENTILATED ASSISTED. THE PROGRAM ALSO PROVIDES NURSING, SOCIAL, EDUCATIONAL AND RESPIRATORY ASSESSMENTS, AND FACILITATES MEDICAL INTERVENTION FOR THIS POPULATION. THE STAFF PROVIDES AID IN THE ACCESS OF SOCIAL AND HEALTHCARE SUPPORTS IN THE COMMUNITY. IN 2019, SERVICES WERE PROVIDED TO AN AVERAGE OF 91 PATIENTS PER MONTH.**TOTAL VISITS: 91,822


PATIENT CARE, GENERAL/OTHER: IN 2019 CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PROVIDED CARE TO CHILDREN FROM ALL 64 PARISHES IN LOUISIANA, FROM 43 OTHER STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND 5 FOREIGN COUNTRIES. PATIENT VISITS TOTALED 140,016. INCLUDED IN THESE VISITS WERE 72,894 PHYSICIAN CLINIC VISITS, 52,254 EMERGENCY ROOM VISITS, 8,513 OUTPATIENT SURGICAL VISITS, AND 6,355 INPATIENT ADMISSIONS OR 50,641 PATIENT CARE DAYS.


MEDICAL RESEARCH, GENERAL/OTHER:THE RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR CHILDREN IS IN COLLABORATION WITH CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER (LSUHSC) AND TULANE UNIVERSITY. RESEARCHERS FROM THE DIVISIONS OF CARDIOLOGY, ENDOCRINOLOGY, GASTROENTEROLOGY, GENETICS, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, NEONATOLOGY, NEPHROLOGY, NEUROLOGY AND ONCOLOGY/HEMATOLOGY COMPRISE THE MAJORITY OF THE GROUP. THE TOTAL NUMBER OF RESEARCH PERSONNEL IS 25 COMPRISED OF 11 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS, 13 LSUHSC FACULTY MEMBERS AND 1 LSUHSC STAFF MEMBERS.MEDICAL RESEARCHERS: 25


PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION:RESIDENT TEACHING & GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMSCHILDREN'S HOSPITAL HAS BECOME AN INCREASINGLY IMPORTANT TEACHING CENTER FOR BOTH UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION. APPROXIMATELY 120 TRAINEES IN GENERAL PEDIATRICS, PEDIATRIC/EMERGENCY MEDICINE AND INTERNAL MEDICINE/PEDIATRIC PROGRAMS OBTAIN MOST OF THEIR TRAINING AT THE HOSPITAL. IN ADDITION, RESIDENTS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY, EMERGENCY MEDICINE, GENERAL SURGERY, NEUROLOGY, NEUROSURGERY, ORTHOPEDICS, OPHTHALMOLOGY, OTOLARYNGOLOGY, PATHOLOGY, PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION, PLASTIC SURGERY, PSYCHIATRY, RADIOLOGY AND UROLOGY ALSO RECEIVE TRAINING AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. IN ADDITION, FELLOWS IN ALLERGY/IMMUNOLOGY, CARDIOLOGY, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY, ENDOCRINOLOGY, GASTROENTEROLOGY, HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY, HOSPITAL MEDICINE, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, NEONATAL-PERINATAL MEDICINE, AND NEPHROLOGY ALSO RECEIVE ADVANCED SUBSPECIALTY TRAINING AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. THE MAJORITY OF MEDICAL STUDENTS, RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS ROTATING THROUGH CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ARE FROM THE LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER NEW ORLEANS (LSUHSC-NO) AND TULANE UNIVERSITY (TU).THE PEDIATRIC RESIDENTS PARTICIPATE IN A VARIETY OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES. THE CHIEF RESIDENTS CONDUCT MORNING REPORT, HELD FOUR TIMES A WEEK WHERE AN INTERESTING OR UNIQUE CASE IS PRESENTED AND DISCUSSED, ALLOWING RESIDENTS AND STUDENTS TO OBSERVE THE THOUGHT PROCESSES THAT GO INTO PROBLEM SOLVING AND CLINICAL REASONING. NOON CONFERENCES ARE HELD ON WEEKDAYS WITH SPECIALISTS FROM AMBULATORY, ADOLESCENT MEDICINE, ALLERGY/IMMUNOLOGY, EMERGENCY MEDICINE, FORENSIC MEDICINE, HOSPITALIST MEDICINE, NEPHROLOGY, PSYCHIATRY, PSYCHOLOGY, INFECTIOUS DISEASE, RADIOLOGY, CARDIOLOGY, RHEUMATOLOGY, NEONATOLOGY, HEMATOLOGY/ONCOLOGY, CRITICAL CARE, PULMONOLOGY, ENDOCRINE, NEONATOLOGY, GASTROENTEROLOGY AND SEVERAL SURGICAL SPECIALTIES ROTATING PRESENTATIONS. PEDIATRIC BOARD REVIEW IS HELD ONCE A MONTH AND COVERS ALL ASPECTS OF PEDIATRICS FOR PREPARATION OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF PEDIATRICS CERTIFYING EXAMINATION. IN ADDITION, ALL DIVISIONS CONDUCT SPECIALTY CONFERENCES FOR STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS ROTATING ON THOSE SERVICES.THE "RESIDENT AS TEACHERS" SERIES IS HELD QUARTERLY FACILITATED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE CLINICAL SCIENCES CURRICULUM WHO INSTRUCTS THE RESIDENTS ON VARIOUS TEACHING TOOLS AND METHODS TO IMPROVE THEIR SUPERVISION OF JUNIOR RESIDENTS AND STUDENTS. THE EVIDENCED-BASED MEDICINE JOURNAL CLUB IS CONDUCTED MONTHLY BY THE UPPER LEVEL RESIDENTS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A FACULTY MEMBER. THE PRESENTATIONS ARE CASE BASED AND INVOLVE A CLINICAL QUESTION. THE RESIDENT OUTLINES THEIR SEARCH METHOD, THE ARTICLES THAT WERE RELEVANT AND THEN CRITICALLY REVIEW ONE ARTICLE THAT ANSWERS THE CLINICAL QUESTION.CLINICAL CASE CONFERENCES ARE HELD ONCE A WEEK AND ATTENDED BY ATTENDING STAFF, RESIDENTS AND STUDENTS. RESIDENTS PRESENT INTERESTING CASES FOLLOWED BY A THOROUGH REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ON THIS TOPIC. FACULTY MEMBERS PRESENT GRAND ROUNDS AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING TO FORMALLY PRESENT A TOPIC RELATED TO THEIR SPECIALTY.THE ACCREDITATION COUNCIL FOR GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION (ACGME) IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCREDITATION OF POST-MD MEDICAL TRAINING PROGRAMS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES. CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IS THE PRIMARY TRAINING HOSPITAL FOR THE LSUHSC AND TU PEDIATRIC RESIDENCY TRAINING PROGRAMS. THESE PROGRAMS RECEIVED FULL ACCREDITATION AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF TEN YEARS FOLLOWING THEIR ACGME SITE VISITS IN 2010 AND 2017, RESPECTIVELY. ALL OTHER RESIDENT AND FELLOW TRAINING PROGRAMS ARE ALSO SITE-VISITED AT SPECIFIED INTERVALS AND ARE FULLY ACCREDITED BY THE ACGME.MEDICAL RESIDENTS: 477 OTHER PROGRAM REVENUES INCLUDE (BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO) THE FOLLOWING:THE NINTH ANNUAL GLENN OTERO MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT HOSTED BY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL AND TURN SERVICES WAS HELD ON MAY 15TH AT LAKEWOOD GOLF CLUB. OVER 225 GOLFERS PARTICIPATED IN THE TOURNAMENT, WHICH RAISED OVER $100,000. THE 38TH ANNUAL SUGARPLUM BALL - PUTTIN' ON THE GLITZ - WAS HELD MARCH 23RD AT THE SUGAR MILL. THE EVENT RAISED MORE THAN $392,000 TO HELP FUND A PEDIATRIC SIMULATION TRAINING CENTER AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. THE CENTER WILL HOUSE PEDIATRIC ROBOTS PROVIDING HANDS ON LEARNING IN A VARIETY OF DISCIPLINES. THE CREATION OF THE NEW SIMULATION CENTER WILL ALLOW HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION, REFINE CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS AND ENHANCE CLINICAL TRAINING.BOO AT THE ZOO, AN ANNUAL FAMILY-FRIENDLY HALLOWEEN EVENT, WAS HELD OCTOBER 26TH AND 27TH AT AUDUBON ZOO. THE EVENT INCLUDES A HAUNTED HOUSE AND TRAIN RIDE, TRICK-OR-TREATING, INFLATABLES, GAMES AREA, TODDLER AREA, ENTERTAINMENT, AND DIFFERENT VENDORS FROM THROUGHOUT THE NEW ORLEANS AREA. THE HOSPITAL AND THE ZOO BENEFIT FROM THIS EVENT THAT RAISED OVER $256,000 FOR THE ORGANIZATIONS TO SPLIT. THE 11TH ANNUAL JAZZ HALF MARATHON & 5K WAS HELD ON OCTOBER 26TH, BEGINNING AND ENDING AT LAFAYETTE SQUARE. OVER 2,500 PEOPLE JOINED ON CAMP STREET TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RACE. THIS EVENT RAISED OVER $235,000 FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. OUR COMMUNITY FUNDRAISERS BROUGHT IN OVER $213,000 IN DONATIONS TO THE HOSPITAL. THESE FUNDRAISERS TAKE PLACE YEAR-ROUND AND ARE COORDINATED BY GENEROUS FRIENDS LIKE DELTA FRATERNITY, MARITIME RISK CLAIM SOLUTIONS, THE HOUMA OILMAN'S FISHING RODEO, THE ITALIAN AMERICAN FISHING RODEO, COCONUT BEACH VOLLEYBALL COMPLEX AND SO MANY MORE INDIVIDUALS AND SMALL BUSINESSES.


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Childrens Hospital Inc Board, Officers & Key Employees

Name (title)Compensation
John Nickens
Board Trustee/ceo
$964,456
Ellis Arjmand MD
Surgeon-In-Chief (sic)
$948,077
George Bissett
Board Trustee/cmo
$751,964
Lucio Fragoso
Cao
$683,200
Joseph Caspi MD
Physician
$633,504
Joseph A Gonzales MD
Physician
$575,147

Childrens Hospital Inc Vendors

Vendor Name (Service)Compensation
Ino Therapeutics Llc
Respiratory Services
$2,506,370
Tmx Healthcare Technologies Llc
Health And Allied Services, N.e.c.
$1,248,603
Arup Laboratories
N'tl Clinical & Anatomic Pathology Ref L
$1,215,973
Vizient Inc
Healthcare Services Company
$2,152,612
Gootee Construction Inc
Construction Company
$1,116,128
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Financial Statements

Statement of Revenue
Federated campaigns$0
Membership dues$0
Fundraising events$318,731
Related organizations$67,500
Government grants $4,977,911
All other contributions, gifts, grants, and similar amounts not included above$4,346,069
Noncash contributions included in lines 1a–1f $0
Total Revenue from Contributions, Gifts, Grants & Similar$9,710,211
Total Program Service Revenue$358,063,335
Investment income $28,710,241
Tax Exempt Bond Proceeds $0
Royalties $0
Net Rental Income -$19,157
Net Gain/Loss on Asset Sales $5,255,968
Net Income from Fundraising Events -$35,529
Net Income from Gaming Activities $0
Net Income from Sales of Inventory $0
Miscellaneous Revenue$0
Total Revenue $401,685,069

Childrens Hospital Inc Grants Awarded

Over the last fiscal year, Childrens Hospital Inc has awarded $1,215,233 in support to 3 organizations.

Grant RecipientAmount

UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION

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New Orleans, LA

PURPOSE: During the year ended December 31, 2019, Children's Hospital donated $1,105,447 to University Medical Center Management Corporation (UMCMC) with the intention of providing working capital to UMCMC to support their healthcare and educational activities, specifically for uninsured and underinsured patients. This donation supports Children's tax-exempt purpose and community benefit obligations and is presented as community support in the statement of operations.

$1,105,447

MIRACLE LEAGUE NORTHSHORE

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New Orleans, LA

PURPOSE: Children's Hospital has an agreement to fund 25 percent of the Miracle League's Payroll and non-payroll expenses as the hospital's annual contribution to the Miracle League Northshore. In 2019 Children's Hospital also contributed a sponsorship of $50,000 to the Miracle League Northshore to further this organization's mission of providing children with an opportunity to play team sports.

$75,175

GREATER NEW ORLEANS MIRACLE LEAGUE

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New Orleans, LA

PURPOSE: Children's Hospital has an agreement to fund 25 percent of the Miracle League's Payroll and non-payroll expenses as the hospital's annual contribution to the Miracle League.

$34,611
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Childrens Hospital Inc Grants Recieved

Over the last fiscal year, we have identified 3 grants that Childrens Hospital Inc has recieved totaling $359,000.

Awarding OrganizationAmount
Harry T Howard Iii Foundation

Covington, LA

PURPOSE: FUNDING FOR THE HOGS HOUSE PROJECT INCLUDING DESIGN, DEMOLITION AND LONG LEAD TIME EQUIPMENT FOR ON-CAMPUS HOUSING TO PROVIDE MUCH NEEDED COMFORT AND RESPITE TO FAMILIES ACROSS LOUISIANA AND THE GULF SOUTH. ALSO FUNDING FOR ESTABLISHING THE MCK SCHOOL PSYCHIATRY COLLABORATIVE TO BRING EXPERT MENTAL HEALTHCARE TO THE CHILDREN IN THE LOUISIANA COMMUNITY.

$175,000
Harry T Howard Iii Foundation

Covington, LA

PURPOSE: FUNDING FOR THE HOGS HOUSE PROJECT INCLUDING DESIGN, DEMOLITION AND LONG LEAD TIME EQUIPMENT FOR ON-CAMPUS HOUSING TO PROVIDE MUCH NEEDED COMFORT AND RESPITE TO FAMILIES ACROSS LOUISIANA AND THE GULF SOUTH. ALSO FUNDING FOR ESTABLISHING THE MCK SCHOOL PSYCHIATRY COLLABORATIVE TO BRING EXPERT MENTAL HEALTHCARE TO THE CHILDREN IN THE LOUISIANA COMMUNITY.

$175,000
Tucks Charitable Foundation

New Orleans, LA

PURPOSE: CORONAVIRUS RELIEF

$9,000
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Endowment Analysis

Beg. Balance$180,013
Ending Balance$180,013

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