HOSPICE - VNSWWPHC INC
1025 WESTCHESTER AVENUE, WHITE PLAINS, NY 10604 www.hospiceofwestchester.com

Total Revenue
$10,335,424
Total Expenses
$10,201,125
Net Assets
$4,179,987

Organizations Filed Purposes: HOSPICE OF WESTCHESTER IS COMMITTED TO PROVIDING COMPASSIONATE END OF LIFE CARE. WE COMBINE THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF QUALITY MEDICAL CARE WITH EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL SUPPORT ENABLING INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR LOVED ONES TO MAKE THE MOST OF EACH DAY. THE ORGANIZATION PROVIDES PHYSICAL, PSYCHOSOCIAL, MEDICAL AND SPIRITUAL CARE WHEREVER PATIENTS RESIDE, INCLUDING PRIVATE HOMES, ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCES, NURSING HOMES OR HOSPITALS. WORKING WITH PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS, THE ORGANIZATION PROVIDES A TEAM OF EXPERTS THAT INCLUDES A MEDICAL DIRECTOR, NURSES, SOCIAL WORKERS, COUNSELORS, VOLUNTEERS AND HOME HEALTH AIDES. ALL STAFF ARE TRAINED IN COMPASSIONATE END-OF-LIFE CARE AND SUPPORT.

Hospice Services: Home Health Aide Services - 17,420 visits Social Services - 2,679 visits Counseling Services - 1,253 visits Therapeutic Services - 42 visits Complementary Care Services - 722 visits Skilled Nursing Services - 8,480 visits Bereavement Services - 436 one-on-one visits

The Anna and Louis H. Shereff Caregiver Program: The target population of the program represents individuals who are otherwise eligible for admission to Hospice of Westchester but lack a primary caregiver who is able to provide the necessary care; and, who are not covered by private or governmental insurance programs that pay for such care; and, lack the financial resources to pay for a substitute caregiver. In circumstances where the Caregiver Needs Assessment Form identifies areas of patient need, Hospice Of Westchester will arrange for and pay directly for an agency aide. In addition, Hospice of Westchester will also include payment for a personal emergency response unit. The purpose of this program is to enable families to stay together in their home while on hospice and to avoid placement in a facility. The grant is most often used in circumstances where the caregiver is not well enough to care for the patient. The grant allows for care to be provided so that the patient's needs are attended to and the caregiver and patient can remain together at home. The Caregiver Program HAS BEEN expanded to also support Complementary Care Services. The Organization served 96 patients under both the Caregiver and complementary care programs during 2018.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Mary SpenglerCHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER37.5$204,948
Carol Townsend-RossDIRECTOR OF CLINICAL SERVICES37.5$143,841
Timothy RiordanDIRECTOR OF FINANCE37.5$129,803
Mary Pat BardenPATIENT CARE COORDINATOR37.5$113,985
James O'ConnorDIRECTOR2$0
Max GaujeanDIRECTOR2$0
Michael Palumbo MdDIRECTOR2$0
Joanne Ciaramella EsqSECRETARY2$0
Barbara CostelloDIRECTOR2$0
Michael VitaleDIRECTOR2$0
Susan YubasCHAIRPERSON2$0
Charles TrainorDIRECTOR2$0
Kathleen McardleVICE CHAIRPERSON2$0
Mary GadomskiDIRECTOR (RESIGNED 11/9/18)2$0
George WhiteheadTREASURER2$0
William Flooks JrDIRECTOR2$0
Mary Gibbons GardinerDIRECTOR2$0
Michele GellerDIRECTOR2$0
Barbara GaughanDIRECTOR2$0

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