Health—General & Rehabilitative

Martin Memorial Foundation, Inc.

  • Stuart, FL
  • GIVEmhf.org

Mission Statement

Martin Memorial Health System (MMHS):

Mission: To provide exceptional health care, hope and compassion to every patient, every time. 

Vision: To be recognized as an exceptional healthcare system by our patients, physicians, associates and community.

Values: CARE-Collaboration, Accountability, Respect and Excellence

 

Martin Memorial Foundation:

Mission: To raise funds from individuals, corporations, foundations and others, allowing MMHS to provide exceptional health care, hope and compassion to every patient, every time. 

Vision: To provide the necessary philanthropic dollars to to enable MMHS to accomplish its vision of being recognized as an exceptional health care system.

Main Programs

  1. Medical & health services

service areas

Florida

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ruling year

1989

chief executive

Mr. Mark E. Robitaille

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Keywords

Treasure Coast, Legacy, Healthcare, Saving Lives, Rehabilitating Lives, Cancer Care, Cardiovascular Care

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EIN

59-2343938

Physical Address

2135 SE Ocean Blvd

Stuart, FL 34995 9010

Also Known As

Martin Health Foundation

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Fund Raising and/or Fund Distribution (E12)

Single Organization Support (E11)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Impact statement

The Martin Memorial Foundation was created in 1983 and has raised over  $107 million since its inception. In 2010 the Foundation raised $10.7 million.Thoughtful philanthropy has fully funded the Weissman Cancer Center, the Langford Heart Center and the Smythe Wound Care Center and Children’s Center.  Philanthropy has fully funded two catheterization labs, a 64 slice CT Scanner, a PET Scanner among many other pieces of equipment and provided substantial scholarship support for nursing education and funded numerous endowments.

Programs

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Program 1

Medical & health services

A not-for-profit, 336 bed regional health system, Martin Memorial (the largest employer in Martin County) provides a broad range of medical and health services with distinctive programs in cancer, heart, orthopaedics, neurosurgery and maternal-child health. Martin Memorial has has two hospitals and three MediCenters, numerous rehabilitation and fitness centers, cancer care, doctors and many other services that help to maintain the good health of residents of Hobe Sound, Jupiter, Stuart, Jensen Beach, Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce, Florida. The health system budget is $360 million, with 3,000 employees and 400 physicians. Each year Martin Memorial has almost 80,000 emergency center visits, 18,000 inpatients, almost 17,000 surgeries, over 270 open heart surgeries and 1,900 cardiac catheterizations and 2,200 births. In 2010 the hospital provided more than $35 million in community benefits. In addition to excellent cancer care, The Robert and Carol Weissman Cancer Center is affiliated with the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa (the only NCI designated center in Florida and one of only 37 in the US). The Frances Langford Heart Center is affiliated with the distinguished Ocala Heart Institute.

Category

Budget

$1,600,000.00

Population Served

General Public/Unspecified

service areas

Florida

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Funding Needs

Endowments, nursing education, children's services, pediatric and adult rehabilitation, cancer, cardiovascular and orthopaedic services. Unrestricted are always welcome because they provide the greatest latitude in meeting unplanned healthcare needs.

Accreditations

Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) - Ambulatory Care Accreditation

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MARTIN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION INC
Fiscal year: Oct 01-Sep 30
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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Martin Memorial Foundation, Inc.

Leadership

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE FOR FISCAL YEAR

Mr. Mark E. Robitaille

STATEMENT FROM THE CEO

"The Foundation encourages individuals, corporations and foundations to consider investing in the improvement of the community's health by matching their charitable interests with community healthcare needs. To accomplish our mission we focus on donors' needs and interests, we integrate philanthropy options with estate planning objectives and we offer exciting and visionary opportunities for philanthropic investments. The Foundation's experienced, knowledgeable and professional staff work with donors, their families and their financial advisors to help them determine how best to realize their philanthropic visions. We encourage outright gifts of cash, stock, homes, real estate, insurance or tangible personal property. We also can help provide guidance about gifts that can provide annual income to the donor. These gifts help our community have access to cutting edge technologies and equipment, skilled nurses and physicians, and excellent programs like open-heart surgery and cancer care, orthopaedics and spine and neurosurgery. Our Legacy program offers donors the opportunity to make a future gift while still maintaining control of assets during their lifetimes. As an expression of gratitude the Foundation has special recognition programs for gifts of $1,000 (Benefactor), $10,000 (Barstow Reed Society) and $1 million."

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mrs. Patricia Noonan

Martin Memorial Foundation

Term: Apr 2011 - Apr 2014

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