WINIFRED MASTERSON BURKE REHABILITATION HOSPITAL
785 MAMARONECK AVENUE, WHITE PLAINS, NY 106052523 www.burke.org

Total Revenue
$95,072,052
Total Expenses
$84,901,593
Net Assets
$45,631,328

Organizations Filed Purposes: MISSION: TO PROVIDE THE HIGHEST QUALITY MEDICAL CARE AND REHABILITATION SERVICES TO ENSURE THAT EACH PATIENT ACHIEVES THE MAXIMUM FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS, INJURY OR DISABILITY. VISION: TO LEAD THE FIELD AS THE MOST EFFECTIVE AND COMPASSIONATE PROVIDER OF MEDICAL REHABILITATION BY PRACTICING INNOVATIVE TREATMENT, PIONEERING CLINICAL RESEARCH AND INSPIRING EDUCATION.

To provide the highest quality medical care and rehabilitation services to ensure that each patient achieves the maximum functional recovery from illness, injury or disability.

Patient services: BURKE IS A 150 BED ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL ENTIRELY DEDICATED TO REHABILITATION MEDICINE AND A LEADER IN THE FIELD OF MEDICAL REHABILITATION. WE PROVIDE INPATIENT AND AMBULATORY CARE FOR A BROAD RANGE OF NEUROLOGICAL, MUSCULOSKELETAL, CARDIAC AND PULMONARY DISABILITIES CAUSED BY DISEASE OR INJURY. WE TREAT PATIENTS WHO HAVE SUFFERED A STROKE, SPINAL CORD INJURY, BRAIN INJURY OR AMPUTATION, COMPLICATED ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, CARDIAC DISEASE AND PULMONARY DISEASE AS WELL AS NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS SUCH AS PARKINSON'S DISEASE AND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS. Most of our patients are referrals that were transferred to Burke once their condition was STABLE AND THEY were ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN INTENSE PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL AND SPEECH THERAPY. THE GOAL OF THE INTENSIVE INPATIENT REHABILITATION PROGRAM AT BURKE IS TO MAXIMIZE OUR PATIENT'S RECOVERY. OUR EXPERT REHABILITATION TEAM IS COMMITTED TO HELPING OUR PATIENT'S RETURN TO AS ACTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE LIFE AS POSSIBLE. EACH PATIENT'S PROGRAM IS TAILORED TO MEET HIS OR HER NEEDS BY INTEGATING SEVERAL DISCIPLINES, INCLUDING PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL, RESPIRATORY, SPEECH LANGUAGE AND RECREATIONAL THERAPIES WITH SPECIALTY MEDICINE, NURSING, CASE MANAGEMENT, SOCIAL WORK AND THE APPROPRIATE SPECIALTY SERVICES AS NEEDED. GROUP DISCUSSIONS AND INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SESSIONS HELP PATIENTS AND FAMILY MEMBERS ADJUST TO CIRCUMSTANCES RESULTING FROM PHYSICAL DISABILITY AND PREPARE them for the possibility of A NEW WAY OF LIFE. THE MAJORITY OF our patients RETURN TO THEIR HOME OR COMMUNITIES after their hospital stay is completed. In 2017, the hospital provided 46,934 patient days based on 2,521 admissions and 124,897 ambulatory visits. At Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, we strive to create lifelong relationships with our patients even after their therapy has been completed. We also invite community members to the Burke campus to utilize and enjoy all of our programs and services. Burke offers many community programs from support groups to educational events to our Adult Fitness Center and related health programs. All of these programs offer individuals the opportunity to learn, exercise and share with others.

Medical Education: The Winifred Masterson Burke Rehabilitation Hospital has been a longstanding leader in clinical care, research and innovation and is now home to a nationally recognized Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved program envisions being the future benchmark for all Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency programs in the country. Burke's goal is to produce healthcare leaders known for innovation in all branches of physiatry. This will be accomplished by rigorous training and developing highly skilled clinical and academic physiatrists. Our residents will receive a unique training experience and work directly with neurologists, physiatrists, rheumatologists, internists, cardiologists and pulmonologists on Burkes rehabilitation units. They will also have an opportunity to work closely with research scientists from the world-renowned Burke Medical Research Institute, which is located on Burkes 61-acre campus in White Plains. Burke aims to teach residents who will go on to utilize their training to improve patient care, advance the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and enhance healthcare in the communities they serve. We offer a 3-year Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency program, which is affiliated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM). We also offer a one-year neurorehabilitation fellowship under the AECOM Department of Neurology. In the future, we plan to expand the program by including fellowships in traumatic brain injury, sports concussion and spinal cord injury.

Executives Listed on Filing

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

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
John RyanExec Direct (Resigned 6/30/17)50$491,160
Mary Beth Walsh MdCEO & EMD (resigned 4/15/17)50$434,712
Barry Jordan MdAssistant Medical Director40$271,824
Anne F Ambrose MdPhysician40$241,800
Ellen Gitler MdPhysician40$229,917
Karen Pechman MdPhysician40$208,040
Scott A EdelmanCFO (Effective 6/30/17)50$198,767
Pasquale Fonzetti MdPhysician40$185,027
Jason WongTrustee1$0
Kenneth J SweeneyTrustee1$0
Pamela B Rosenthal MdTrustee1$0
Andrew Racine Md PhdTrustee1$0
Christopher PancznerTrustee1$0
Michael J Palumbo MdTrustee1$0
Mary Ann MorrisTrustee1$0
Barbara Z MonahanTrustee1$0
Jeffrey MenkesPresident/CEO (effect 4/15/17)58$0
John R MccarthyTrustee1$0
J David LynnTrustee1$0
Kevin A KnightTrustee1$0
Bernadette Kingham-BezTrustee1$0
Lawrence J Kadish MdTrustee (Resigned 5/17)1$0
Charles V GlennonTrustee1$0
Anthony Gioffre IiiSecretary4$0
Wilfred A FinneganTreasurer4$0
Donald E FoleyChair4$0
Carl De StefanisTrustee (Resigned 5/17)1$0
Michael J DalyTrustee1$0
Richard T CelibertiTrustee1$0
Robert BaldoniVice Chair4$0
Marlene AlvaTrustee1$0
Christopher C Allentrustee1$0

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