Gaylord Hospital
50 Gaylord Farm Road
PO Box 400
Wallingford CT 06492
Contact Information
Address 50 Gaylord Farm Road
PO Box 400
Wallingford, CT 06492-
Telephone (203) 284-2800 x
Fax 203-284-3586
E-mail GaylordDevelopment@gaylord.org
Web and Social Media
Mission
Our mission is to preserve and enhance a person's health and function.

Gaylord is the place you or your loved one goes to when you want extraordinary care for your complex chronic medical issue or rehabilitation needs. What do you do after your car accident, stroke or brain injury, or you have chronic respiratory problems, and your acute care hospital has stabilized you, but you need more care? You go to Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford. For more than a century Gaylord has been a premier provider of medical care, giving to those in the community who need the excellence in healthcare which they want and deserve.   Our patients count on us to deliver the best, most effective clinical services to get them home as soon as possible with as much independence as possible.   How do we know this? Over 95% of our patients would recommend Gaylord to others. How do we do this? We focus on our patients to give them care beyond the ordinary. As donor Bob Fechtor says of the treatment his wife received after her paralyzing stroke: “Thanks to Gaylord, we had five more happy years together.”  We also hire exceptional people. We are one of only 14 Spinal Cord Model Injury Systems in the nation. Our staff goes beyond ordinary lengths to provide the best solutions for our patients – and for their families.  When the daughter of a patient on a ventilator wanted to get married, what did we do? We held the wedding at Gaylord. We coordinate your care with doctors, nurses, therapists, psychologists and social workers so that you can recover as well as you can, as soon as you can.
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Gaylord is seeking donations to expand its Respiratory Therapy inpatient capacity by adding new ventilator and Vapotherm equipment and retiring older equipment as needed. Gaylord Hospital is the New England region's premiere rehabilitation facility for patients needing to be weaned off a ventilator. We have an 85% success rate for patients who remain in our hospital without need to return to acute care. That is as high as or higher than many of the nation's best hospitals. Gaylord is a Passy-Muir Speaking Valve Center of Excellence. We are recognized as a Passy-Muir Center of Excellence because we use Passy-Muir Valves as a standard of care for our tracheostomized and ventilator dependent patients. The valve allows patients on ventilators to speak with loved ones and medical personnel. This has decreased recovery time and enhanced the quality of life for our patients. We also are recognized for our use of Vapotherm technology to provide a more comfortable breathing experience for patients learning to breath on their own. It provides moisture for the throat and lungs which in turn helps patients breath easier. Gaylord is the only Vapotherm Center of Excellence in the U.S. "The Vapotherm Center of Excellence (COE) Program recognizes those health care facilities that best use Vapotherm technology to improve patient care and outcomes while maximizing the effectiveness and efficiency of facility staff and resources. Vapotherm COE partners are committed to excellence in their own facilities, and to sharing their knowledge, best practices and experience to improve the standard of care for all patients." Each ventilator and Vapotherm together cost approximately $25,000. Our goal is to be able to purchase 4 sets of equipment; a total of $100,000. The benefit to the patient is a dramatically improved quality of life because they could come to Gaylord to be weaned from the vent and it was made easier because of Vapotherm technology. The community benefits because there are less persons dependent on nursing home care. The person is more independent and able to be a part of their community activities and events. The cost to the patient, and the healthcare industry is expected to be less than someone that is living on a ventilator.
A Great Opportunity Ending Date Dec 31 2018
At A Glance
Year of Incorporation 1902
Organization's type of tax exempt status Public Supported Charity
Organization received a competitive grant from the community foundation in the past five years Yes
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. George Kyriacou
Board Chair Mr. Robert Lyons Jr.
Board Chair Company Affiliation Retired- former President & CEO, The Bilco Company
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expenses Bar Graph - All Years
Statements
Mission
Our mission is to preserve and enhance a person's health and function.

Gaylord is the place you or your loved one goes to when you want extraordinary care for your complex chronic medical issue or rehabilitation needs. What do you do after your car accident, stroke or brain injury, or you have chronic respiratory problems, and your acute care hospital has stabilized you, but you need more care? You go to Gaylord Hospital in Wallingford. For more than a century Gaylord has been a premier provider of medical care, giving to those in the community who need the excellence in healthcare which they want and deserve.   Our patients count on us to deliver the best, most effective clinical services to get them home as soon as possible with as much independence as possible.   How do we know this? Over 95% of our patients would recommend Gaylord to others. How do we do this? We focus on our patients to give them care beyond the ordinary. As donor Bob Fechtor says of the treatment his wife received after her paralyzing stroke: “Thanks to Gaylord, we had five more happy years together.”  We also hire exceptional people. We are one of only 14 Spinal Cord Model Injury Systems in the nation. Our staff goes beyond ordinary lengths to provide the best solutions for our patients – and for their families.  When the daughter of a patient on a ventilator wanted to get married, what did we do? We held the wedding at Gaylord. We coordinate your care with doctors, nurses, therapists, psychologists and social workers so that you can recover as well as you can, as soon as you can.
Background
Gaylord Hospital was founded in 1902 as a tuberculosis sanatorium and provided long-term treatment during the 50 years when the disease was epidemic. Gaylord's expertise became recognized nationwide. In the 1950s, with the discovery of medications that successfully curbed TB’s progress, Gaylord turned its expertise to other forms of rehabilitation beginning with chronic pulmonary disorders, then stroke, brain injury and spinal cord injury. Through strategic planning and growth Gaylord has established itself as the premier specialty hospital in the state and region.  Gaylord Specialty Hospital is well known among health care professionals throughout southern New England and metropolitan New York. 
 
Gaylord Milestones

•1904 First six patients are admitted

•1912 American playwright Eugene O'Neill is treated for tuberculosis at Gaylord

•1948 Gaylord Farm Sanatorium became Gaylord Hospital to address the health care issues of people with chronic illnesses

•1954 Gaylord became New England's first hospital specializing in comprehensive rehabilitation

•1989 Dedication of The Louis D. Traurig House, a transitional living facility for people with brain injuries

 •1991 Dedication of the 60,000 square foot Jackson Pavilion for ambulatory care

•1993 Gaylord and Yale University School of Medicine establish a professional affiliation

•1995 Gaylord joins National Handicapped Sports Association, now know as Disabled Sports USA 

•2006 Gaylord Physical Therapy Orthopedics and Sports Medicine North Haven location opens

•2007 Gaylord breaks ground in June for new 36-bed patient pavilion, which opens in December 2008 as Milne Pavilion.

•2008 Gaylord partners with Boston Medical Center to become designated by the U.S. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research as a Model System of Care for spinal cord injury. This highly competitive designation is renewed in 2011 with BU/HSC/Gaylord and 2016 it is renewed with Spaulding/Harvard/Gaylord.

• 2011 Gaylord is chosen by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to establish a Community Fitness & Wellness Facility.

• 2011 The independent Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) surveyed Gaylord and gave a glowing review, including comments:

“Excellent quality of rehab care”

“Leadership demonstrates commitment & passion to patient care”

•2011 The U.S. Paralympics Committee announces that Gaylord will become an official Paralympic Club.

•2012 Gaylord acquires the ONLY Ekso Bionic Exoskeleton in CT
 
•2013 Gaylord establishes the Center for Concussion Care
 
•2014 Gaylord earns designation as Center of Excellence for Passy-Muir and Vapotherm
 
•2016 Gaylord Physical Therapy Orthopedics and Sports Medicine opens a site in Cheshire
 
2017 Gaylord applies to become the only hospital in Connecticut, and potentially in the nation, to become CARF accredited in three specialty areas; Spinal Cord, Brain Injury and Stroke inpatient and outpatient services.

 

 
Impact
Gaylord Hospital's Accomplishments
• In November of 2017 Gaylord Hospital received word that our Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) application and inspection has resulted in our hospital being the only accredited hospital in New England, and most likely in all of the United States, for three sub-specialties; Spinal Cord, Brain Injury and Stroke treatment and rehabilitation. This distinction puts us well on our desired strategic path to becoming a world-wide rehabilitation destination center. This is a three year accreditation.
• Gaylord is a member of the New England Regional Spinal Cord Center (NERSCIC) which is one of 14 Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems in the U.S. The Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems (SCIMS) program is overseen by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) lord remains a regional leader for patients with a spinal cord injury (SCI). Patient satisfaction surveys show that 100% of our SCI patients would recommend Gaylord’s SCI Program to those who need it. It is led by Dr. David Rosenblum, who has been named one of Connecticut’s Top Docs.
• Gaylord’s combination of highly specialized medical care services creates an individualized patient experience based on clinical expertise, attention to the physical and psychological needs of the patient, and support for the family. We find the right balance between hope and possibility of recovery with realistic outcomes. This is why 96% of our patients would recommend Gaylord to their friends and families.
Our Goals
• To recomplete a Campus Renewal that includes refreshed and improved patient rooms, a nondenominational chapel and reflection space, to add patient care technology and new rehabilitation equipment, and increase support for program areas.
• Grow our inpatient and outpatient programs.
• To become a Destination Center for patients and their families who want the best possible outcomes.
Needs

Five Most Pressing Needs

 Hooker/Lyman Unit upgrades- Our 2 patient wings, Lyman and Hooker, which have not been updated since the 1970s need to be renovated. 

 

Guest Cottages – We hope to build several cottages on our hospital campus for families of patients who wish to be near their loved ones during their hospital stay.

 

Interdenominational Chapel – There are improvements planned for a better chapel space that will continue to accommodate patients of all faiths. The new improved chapel will allow for better privacy of those worshipping.

 

Infection Control Machine – the hospital seeks to purchase the best, state of the art infection control system.  

 

Technology upgrades- Our IT department needs help improving technology systems that will support patient and staff needs. 

CEO Statement It is my privilege to be working with a dedicated leadership and clinical team as well as highly motivated employees who are determined to provide the best medical rehabilitation to our patients. Together we have driven a major positive culture change over the past six years that has propelled us into a new era of healthcare outcomes and possibilities. We continue to have a wonderful reputation in our community and throughout New England. It is a place where miracles can happen and everyone believes in "Think Possible".

This culture plays a very key role in serving the patients who choose us and in our patient satisfaction surveys which show they would recommend us to others 96% of the time. Gaylord plays a very critical role in the continuum of healthcare. There is no better rehabilitation care for Spinal Cord, Stroke, Brain Injury, Pulmonary, Respiratory, or Complex Medical Care patients than Gaylord Hospital. The global gains of our patients far exceed those of other long te1m rehabilitation settings. Who comes to the hospital? Our inpatients are age 15 through older adults who have experienced a catastrophic accident or illness. If you have had complex surgery, a serious medical problem or have sustained multiple injuries, and need medical care and/or rehabilitation, Gaylord is where you want to come.

Patients come here to begin the journey to recovery, independence, and to regain as much functionality as they can. Our teams of physicians, therapists, nurses and care managers work with each patient and their families to gain the best outcomes possible. Many patients return to join our staff, volunteer their time and expertise, and they and their families contribute as donors.

After leaving the hospital, we continue caring for our patients by providing an extensive number of outpatient therapies, both at the Wallingford campus and at our outpatient facilities in North Haven and Cheshire. With over a century of experience with pulmonary and respiratory conditions, we've also developed partnerships that have improved ventilation weaning and allowed our patients to utilize state-of-the-art robotics and equipment that has increased their rate of recovery and decreased their hospital stay.

Gaylord is a unique, special place that gives hope back to many who felt forlorn after a terrible accident or disease. You can count on our well-trained, highly-skilled and compassionate staff to provide the best solutions for our patients and their families. Our donors are committed to making gifts that allow us to keep offering care beyond the ordinary.

The future is very bright for Gaylord. It is our plan to attract major philanthropists to our destination center strategy. With so much at stake for patients in our care, it is with determination and excitement that we seek to widen our circles of influence.
Board Chair Statement Gaylord Hospital is one of our greatest assets. No one thinks about about - mch less plans for - what they would do when faced with a cronic medical condition or disabling injury. Gaylord Hospital is the place that thousands of people and their families turn to each year when asked the question: "What do I do now?" From medical care to rehabilitation to patient advocacy, Gaylord Hospital is a tremendous,much-needed resource for the residents of Connecticut. It is one of only two licensed chronic disease hospitals in the state and is considered the premier facilty of its type. I am proud to be affiliated with Gaylord Hospital and honored that I have the opportunity to lead its effort of excellence.

Robert Lyons
Chairman of the oard of Directors Gaylord Hospital
President & CEO, The Bilco Company
Service Categories
Primary Organization Category Health Care / Speciality Hospitals
Secondary Organization Category Health Care / Rehabilitative Care
Areas Served
State wide
Ansonia
Bethany
Branford
Cheshire
Derby
East Haven
Guilford
Hamden
Lower Naugatuck Valley
Madison
Milford
New Haven
North Branford
North Haven
Orange
Oxford
Seymour
Shelton
Shoreline
Wallingford
West Haven
Woodbridge
Other
All of Connecticut, and parts of New York and New England.
Programs
Description

Complex Medical Care is for patients with serious medical issues due to illness or injury and who require 24-hour medical and nursing supervision. The medical division is staffed by hospitalists. The program also suits those who have generalized poor endurance and strength because of extensive surgical procedures, cancer, wounds, infections or other major organ or system problems.

Our services include:

• Ventilator weaning

• Post-operative organ transplant care

• Moderate sedation

• Cardiac telemetry

• Bronchoscopy

• Wound care team

• Radiology

• Central lines/PICC lines

• Laboratory services

• Chest tubes

• Peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis

• Phlebotomy

• Bariatric care

• Destination vent training

• IV medications

• Blood transfusions

• ACLS certified nursing care

• Registered dietitian and nutritional counseling

• Clinical pharmacy services

•  24/7/365 coverage by physicians, nurses and respiratory therapists

• Accredited by the Joint Commission

• Gaylord Hospital has full facilities for pulmonary function testing and exercise tolerance studies

Population Served Adults / Adolescents Only (13-19 years) /
Program is linked to organization’s mission and strategy Yes
Program is frequently assessed based on predetermined program goals Yes
Description

Rehabilitation is one of our hallmark services:

  • Brain Injury Program: Treats patients following brain injury following illness or accident. Our Early Recovery Program is for patients who are not yet able to tolerate an aggressive therapy schedule, but expected to progress. 
  • Neurological Rehabilitation: Is customized for disorders such as ALS, MD, MS, Guillain-Barré syndrome or post-polio syndrome  with goals to maximize function.
  • Orthopedics Program: Often following a major multiple trauma with resulting musculoskeletal deficits or amputation.
  • Spinal Cord Injury Program: Specialty programs for adults and adolescents who have experienced an injury, as well as those with nerve diseases and tumors affecting spinal function.
  • Stroke Program:  Offers aggressive therapy and medical management for patients with functional deficits due to stroke. The Young Stroke Program is geared to those who will return to work or school.
  • ONLY CARF accredited Stroke Specialty Program in CT
  • One of only 14 Model Spinal Cord Injury Centers in the country 
Population Served Adults / Adolescents Only (13-19 years) /
Program is linked to organization’s mission and strategy Yes
Program is frequently assessed based on predetermined program goals Yes
Description The Traurig Transitional Living Center is an eight-bed residential care home on our campus for patients with acquired brain injury. It is the only center of its kind in Connecticut and 98% of Traurig residents return to the community. While residing in the transitional living facility, the residents receive aggressive day treatment therapy programs. 
Population Served Adults / Adolescents Only (13-19 years) /
CEO/Executive Director
Mr. George Kyriacou
Term Start Nov 2011
Email gkyriacou@gaylord.org
Experience

Mr. Kyriacou began serving as president and chief executive officer in November 2011. His experience in healthcare administration is extensive. Prior to joining Gaylord, Mr. Kyriacou was the president and chief executive officer of Hanover Health Care in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Previous to his role at Hanover he was instrumental in the development of the Hartford Healthcare System (HHCS) for over two decades, first as vice president of administration and professional services at Meriden-Wallingford Hospital (now MidState Medical Center which is owned by HHCS) in the late 1980s, then as vice president of system development at HHCS and executive vice president and chief operating officer at MidState Medical Center.

With over 30 years in the healthcare industry, he brings experience in strategic planning, business development, philanthropic fundraising, corporate financing, mergers and acquisitions, and physician recruitment and integration within acute care hospitals and ambulatory centers in the Northeast. Mr. Kyriacou received his bachelor's degree in urban studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he also earned his master's degree in public health administration.

 “As health care reform progresses,” Kyriacou said, “Gaylord is well positioned to work with Connecticut’s acute care hospitals to enhance clinical care and contribute to controlling the cost of providing high quality healthcare.”

 

Staff
Number of Full Time Staff 496
Number of Part Time Staff 415
Number of Volunteers 260
Number of Contract Staff 47
Staff Retention Rate 85%
Staff Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 88
Asian American/Pacific Islander 27
Caucasian 729
Hispanic/Latino 67
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Staff Demographics - Gender
Male 173
Female 738
Unspecified 0
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Collaborations

Gaylord Hospital and its employees partner and serve as professors, teachers, Board and committee members with the following organizations: Brain Injury Association of CT, Connecticut Speech Hearing Language Association (CSHA),  United Spinal,-Connecticut chapter, committee for Rehabilitation and Recovery of Northeast Cerebrovascular Consortium (NECC), Yale New Haven Hospital  Multiple Sclerosis Society Advisory Committee, Yale University, Quinnipiac University. We also partner with ThinkFirst®, a brain and spinal cord injury trauma prevention program,  and multiple local systems of care.   Two of our physical therapists serve as board members on the CT Physical Therapy Assoc. (CTAPTA) Orthopedic Manual Therapy Special Interest Group (OMPT SIG) Board.  

ReWalk, a bionic walking device company, sought us out as a partner in a clinic model to facilitate greater access to people with spinal cord injuries to use bionic walking devices. Passey-Muir ® chose Gaylord as their partner to use and report back on the efficacy of their speaking valve for persons on ventilators. Gaylord partners with Spaulding Hospital in Boston to further the research on Spinal Cord injuries, and our adaptive Sports Assoc.  works with Disabled Sports USA and the VA to bring more adaptive sports to veterans and to provide quality physical activities to physically disabled adults in New Haven County.  We also partner with the U.S. Paralympic Committee to provide opportunities for elite athletes with disabilities, and with PGA golf for the same purpose.

 

 

Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Accreditation for Interdisciplinary Outpatient Medical and Orthopedic Rehabilitation Programs:(Adults, Adolescents, Children)Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)2017
Accreditation for Inpatient Specialty Hospital Rehabilitation (Adults, Adolescents)CARF 2017
Accreditation for Inpatient Specialty Hospital Spinal Cord System of Care (Adults, Adolescents)CARF 2017
Accreditation for Inpatient Specialty Rehabilitation: Stroke and Young Stroke Specialty Program (Adults, Young Adults)CARF 2017
Accreditation for Inpatient Specialty Rehabilitation: Brain Injury (Adults, Adolescents)CARF 2017
Comments
CEO Comments

Gaylord Hospital’s current challenges are our future opportunities. As a small, nonprofit, semi-rural, independent specialty hospital we are compared to some of the largest healthcare systems in the nation. Despite that, our clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction are among the best in the industry. We are challenged by rising costs with no proportional increase in reimbursement. We are challenged by increased difficulty obtaining authorization from insurance companies for the care beneficial for their members. We are challenged with a small operating margin, making it difficult to appropriately invest in our facilities, our people and our programs. Our strategic growth and expansion is reliant on donor funding and other non-operating income sources, stalling our ability to launch new ventures, such as opening a new outpatient clinic in southern CT. This limits access to the services we can provide to community members.

 

What Gaylord offers is an extraordinary clinical experience for patients and their families.

We have no shortage of doctors and other medical/clinical professionals who are top in their fields. We want to be able to offer our clinicians the opportunity to advance their skills and stay at the cutting edge for treatment protocols in their specialty areas. We need to have the latest and greatest technology with which to treat our patients and be involved in research shaping the future of rehabilitative medicine. Some of the specific areas we are looking to expand are in the field of robotics, product development, clinical research, state-of-the-art physical, occupational, and speech therapy technology; patient family amenities and concierge services; pulmonary rehabilitation; prosthetic services; concussion care; and so much more.

 

We are addressing our current strategic needs/goals through the generosity of our major donors as well as employing a wide array of fund development activities. We are also considering state, federal and local grant opportunities that will improve our services, and enhance our clinical outcomes and patient experience. Our goal is to be able to offer our unique services to more patients from around the state and throughout the region. Growth and development are our future. Our board of directors is totally invested in what the future could be for Gaylord, if the financial resources were available. There is no end to the groundbreaking ideas that can come from the medical and clinical staff of this “small” hospital.

Board Chair
Mr. Robert Lyons Jr.
Company Affiliation Retired- former President & CEO, The Bilco Company
Term Jan 2016 to Dec 2018
Board of Directors
NameAffiliation
Mr. Michael Brooder CPAMarcum, LLP
Mr. Christopher Cartland Kaman Specialty Bearings & Engineered Products
Dr. Peter Deckers M.D.University of Connecticut Health Center
Mr. Connor Dolan Vice President at GSB Wealth Management
Mr. Todd Fonner Chief Investment Officer at RenaissanceRE Holdings Ltd
Ms. Kim Healey NewAlliance Foundation
Mr. Michael Hoben Retired CEO & Chairman, Benefit Capital Management Company
Dr. Stephen Holland M.D., MPA, FACEP, FAPWAVice President and Chief Medical Officer Gaylord Hospital
Mr. George Kyriacou President and Chief Executive Officer Gaylord Hospital
Ms. Emily Littman Ph.DPrincipal, Clinical Neuropsychology
Mr. Gus Marchetti Principal at MBI Company Group, LLC
Mr. Robert McHugh Chief Financial Officer at Infiltrator Systems, Inc.
Dr. George M Milne M.D.Board Member at BioStorage Technologies, Inc.
Mr. Robert J. Mobeck CFA, CFP, CICPrincipal, Olson Mobeck & Associates, Inc.
Dr. Ryan O'Connell M.D.Vice President, Performance and Risk Management at Bridgeport Hospital, Yale New Haven Health System
Mr. Frank Piantidosi Senior Advisor, Pine Point Partners, LLC
Ms. Marie V. Roberto BSN, Dr.PH, MSNYale School of Public Health
Ms. Karen A. Scappaticci MBA, Ph.DRetired Executive, Pfizer
Mr. William J. Simione Jr.Managing Principal, Simione Consultants, LLC
Ms. Michele Volpe Bershstein, Volpe & McKeon, P.C.
Ms. Susan Whetstone Community Volunteer
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 1
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 18
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 3 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 16
Female 6
Unspecified 0
Risk Management Provisions
Commercial General Liability and D and O and Umbrella or Excess and Automobile and Professional
Commercial General Liability and Medical Malpractice
Workers Compensation and Employers' Liability
Standing Committees
Executive
Nominating
Investment
Human Resources / Personnel
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Finance
CEO Comments

Gaylord Hospital is one of our state’s greatest assets. No one thinks about – much less plans for- what they would do when faced with a chronic medical condition or disabling injury. Gaylord Hospital is the place that thousands of people and their families turn to each year when they ask the question: “What do I do now?” From medical care to rehabilitation to patient advocacy, Gaylord Hospital is a tremendous, much-needed resource for the residents of Connecticut. It is one of only two licensed chronic disease hospitals in the state and is considered the premier facility of its type. I am proud to be affiliated with Gaylord Hospital and honored that I have the opportunity to lead its efforts on its journey to excellence.

 

 

Robert Lyons,

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Gaylord Hospital

President & CEO, The Bilco Company

 
 
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Oct 01 2017
Fiscal Year End Sept 30 2018
Projected Revenue $78,730,070.00
Projected Expenses $78,073,900.00
Spending Policy Income Only
Credit Line Yes
Reserve Fund Yes
Detailed Financials
Prior Three Years Total Revenue and Expense Totals ChartHelpFinancial data for prior years is entered by foundation staff based on the documents submitted by nonprofit organizations.Foundation staff members enter this information to assure consistency in the presentation of financial data across all organizations.
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Revenue$74,107,712$74,977,037$78,762,822
Total Expenses$72,080,301$72,482,420$75,299,101
Prior Three Years Assets and Liabilities Chart
Fiscal Year201620152014
Total Assets$90,438,303$87,772,654$90,122,226
Current Assets$23,144,882$20,391,086$18,103,485
Long-Term Liabilities$29,489,601$21,391,652$21,191,351
Current Liabilities$21,695,175$20,915,415$19,361,205
Total Net Assets$39,253,527$45,465,587$49,569,670
Prior Three Years Top Three Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201620152014
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountThe Community Foundation for Greater New Haven $78,823CT Health and Education Facilities Authority (CHEFA) $75,000CT Health and Education Facilities Authority (CHEFA) $75,000
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountConnectiCare $25,965The Werth Family Foundaiton $50,000The Werth Family Foundaiton $50,000
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --ConnectiCare $17,052ConnectiCare $25,965
Capitial Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
Comments
Foundation Staff Comments This profile, including the financial summaries prepared and submitted by the organization based on its own independent and/or internal audit processes and regulatory submissions, has been read by the Foundation. Some financial information from the organization’s IRS Form 990, audited financial statements or other financial documents approved has been inputted by Foundation staff. The Foundation has not audited the organization’s financial statements or tax filings, and makes no representations or warranties thereon. A more complete picture of the organization’s finances can be obtained by viewing the attached 990s and audited financials. To see if the organization has received a competitive grant from The Community Foundation in the last five years, please go to the General Information Tab of the profile.
Address 50 Gaylord Farm Road
PO Box 400
Wallingford, CT 06492
Primary Phone 203 284-2800
CEO/Executive Director Mr. George Kyriacou
Board Chair Mr. Robert Lyons Jr.
Board Chair Company Affiliation Retired- former President & CEO, The Bilco Company

 

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