Organizations Filed Purposes:
As a proud member of MedStar Health, MedStar Montgomery Medical Centers (MedStar Montgomery) mission is to enhance our communitys health and well-being by offering high quality, compassionate and personalized care. MedStar Montgomery is located in Olney, in northeastern Montgomery County, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. After over 90 years, the hospital remains true to its roots, offering a wide range of wellness programs and outpatient services in addition to inpatient treatment. In fiscal year 2020, MedStar Montgomery had approximately 5,956 inpatient admissions and approximately 90,080 outpatient visits and 29,344 emergency visits.
MEDSTAR MONTGOMERY MEDICAL CENTER IS DEDICATED TO ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITY'S HEALTH BY OFFERING HIGH QUALITY, COMPASSIONATE AND PERSONALIZED CARE.
MedStar Montgomerys largest program is access to and the provision of acute hospital services to the communities of northeastern Montgomery County, Maryland and the surrounding areas. In addition to the program service expenses listed above, MedStar Montgomery incurred $41.3M of management and general expenses in providing services to its communities. The acute care hospital offers a cardiac and vascular program, general surgery, orthopedics, cancer care, and obstetrics. With the addition of specialists from MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center, MedStar Montgomery brings specialty care closer to its patients. MedStar Montgomery also offers inpatient and outpatient mental health services. MedStar Montgomery includes an emergency department with a dedicated Pediatric Center, a Fast-Track unit and a separate unit for crisis evaluation. As one of the largest healthcare systems in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., region, MedStar Health and its affiliated entities cared for one in four COVID-19 patients in the region since March 2020. Operating as One MedStar and aligning with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local Departments of Health, MedStar Healths COVID-19 preparations and response were guided by two critical drivers: providing a safe care environment for patients and associates and ensuring operational continuity to fulfill our core mission of caring for our communities. These efforts included adding hospital beds in preparation for patient surges; balancing hospital admissions by using urgent care sites as frontline providers and facilitating telehealth interactions for virtual care and referrals; utilizing home health services to transition care from inpatient settings, ambulatory facilities, and a convention center field hospital; and standing up more than 40 COVID-19 testing locations. Underlying these actions is MedStar Healths commitment to the highest levels of quality and safety, reflected by the systemwide implementation of universal face masking for patients and associates, and acquisition of Personal Protective Equipment at usage levels 10 times normal use.
MedStar Montgomery provided $11.2M in subsidized (mission driven) health services in fiscal year 2020. These critical services, which are driven by community needs, operate at a loss. They address priorities primarily through disease prevention and improvement of health status. Services provided include palliative care, womens and childrens services, and continuing care.
MedStar Montgomery provided $3.0M in charity care services in fiscal year 2020. Charity care is provided pursuant to MedStar Healths Financial Assistance Policy to members of the community whose income is below certain thresholds and for which the hospital is not compensated. Under Marylands unique payer system, the amount reported represents MedStar Montgomerys charity care expense and revenues represent direct payments from the states charity care pool. Other charity care expenses are indirectly reimbursed via the state of Marylands payment system.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Frederick Finelli||VP, MEDICAL AFFAIRS||40||$806,857|
|Thomas Senker||HOSPITAL PRESIDENT & SVP MSH||40||$742,211|
|Sujithra Jayaraj Md||director||40||$480,236|
|Connie Stone||VP, Patient Care Services||40||$286,443|
|Nathaniel Barbo||AVP, Professional Services||40||$204,964|
|Derek Prochnicki||REGISTERED NURSE||40||$187,636|
|Denise Kingsbury||SR DIR, CLIN SUPPORT SERVICES||40||$181,760|
|Neil R Ohora Dpm||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|Mark Kozam Md||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|Alok Mathur Md||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|Ana Maldonado Md||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|Steven Shimoura Md||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|Katherine W Farquhar Phd||CHAIR||1||$0|
|Wendy Walker Dvm||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
|John Ferguson||VICE CHAIR||1||$0|
|Richard Weinstein Md||Director||1||$0|
|Kevin Mell||FORMER VP, OPERATIONS||0||$0|
|Kenneth A Samet||DIRECTOR||1||$0|
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