Genesis Health Services Inc
1933 Whitfield Park Loop
Suite B
SARASOTA FL 34243
Mission
To insure that all families have access to affordable quality healthcare, with a focus on preventive protocols, in order to prevent the onset or progression of serious illness.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director James E. McCloud
Board Chair William Broadus Carter Jr.
Board Chair Affiliation First Step of Sarasota Inc.
General Info
Organization DBA
DBA
GENESIS DENTAL CLINIC
Former Names
UNIVERSAL FAMILY COMMUNITY, INC.
Tax Exempt Status Public Supported Charity
Incorporation Year 1995
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Yes Feb 2017
State Registration Yes May 2016
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $240,000.00
Projected Expenses $240,000.00
IRS Letter of Determination
501 (c)(3)View
Impact Statement
   Top 3 accomplishments for past year:
1.  Recruited an oral surgeon and added oral sedation to our menu of dental services
2.  Recruited an Licensed Dental Technician and Registered Dental Hygienist
3.  Completed 2nd summer youth mentoring program in cooperation with Educational Consultants Consortium, Inc. that served 100 middle and high school students in Manatee County that included paid summer jobs.
 
   Top 3 goals for the current year:
1.  Build-Out Dental Laboratory with a training program for Dental Technicians that will be located in an under-served neighborhood
2.  Relocate medical clinic to Manatee neighborhood 
3.  Hire 1 part-time psychiatrist 
 
Needs Statement
1.  Volunteer physicians, dentists, dental hygienists/assistants, mental health counselors, ARNP's, and RN's.
2.  Digital x-ray system- $32,000
3.  Three Dental Units and chairs- $45,000
4.  Dental Vacuum and Compressor-  $6000
5.  Dental hand pieces and supplies - $16,000
Background Statement

Brief history of organization (including date of formation)

Genesis Health Services, Inc.,  was incorporated as a Florida not-for-profit corporation on March 8, 1994 to provide supportive transitional housing for adult males and females seeking recovery from alcohol or other drug abuse.  Current Genesis operations include:

 

A. Genesis Medical Clinic- since 1996 serves the indigent and working poor that are not eligible for Medicaid assistance and cannot afford to pay the full costs of expensive medical services nor pay the monthly premiums for health insurance.  Genesis provides primary medical and GYN services, laboratory assessments, radiology services and HIV testing services.  Five volunteer doctors and three nurses with ancillary office and support staff provided all clinic services.  Funding for operations comes from reduced rate patient fees.  Genesis has been designated as a clinic operating in an “area of critical need” by the Florida Board of Medicine. The clinic is staffed by 4 physicians, 1 psychiatrist, 1 nurse, 1 physician assistant, 1 registered nurse, 2 nursing assistants, 3 mental health counselors, and 9 ancillary staffers. 

 

B. Genesis Dental Clinic- in operation in Nokomis since 1998, and in Newtown since 2001, serves the indigent and working poor that are not eligible for Medicaid assistance and cannot afford to pay the full costs of expensive dental services nor pay the monthly premiums or co-pays for dental insurance.  For this service population our clinic is the county’s sole provider of affordable comprehensive dental services such as; oral surgery procedures, crowns, partials and root canals for uninsured adults. The clinic consists of three operatories and three x-ray units.  Other support is generated through patient fees that are typically 15% of usual and customary dental fees.  Fundraisers and private donations have also contributed to the operation of the clinics.  All equipment was donated by area dentists and dental supply companies.   The dental clinic is staffed by 2 dentist, 1 hygienist, 2 assistants, and 3 ancillary staffers. 

 

C. Physicians & Dentists Mentoring program-Youth mentoring program operating since 2004 during the summer for 20-hours per week for six weeks.  The program enrolls 12 middle and high school students.  The 12 participants are divided into 3 groups of 4 to assist in the students' learning development by promoting more one-on-one training. Field trips to other medical facilities are also provided.  

As a practicum, practitioners introduce the students to the fundamentals of their specialty to include the basic terminology and an introduction of what it took for them to establish a career in that particular field.  Each student is required to keep a daily journal of what they have   learned to include the likes, dislikes, and new terminology they have learned. 

During the year, the students attend presentations on various topics including, Preparation for Post-Secondary Education, Budgeting/Finance, HIPAA Laws/Compliance,and Confidentiality. In addition, all participants will receive HIV 101, basic first aid class and vital signs training during the summer camp.

The Physicians & Dentists Mentoring Program is intended to introduce low-income and/or minority youth to a variety of health careers by using shadowing, career orientation, and role-modeling to encourage the participants to plan for such careers. Several of our students have entered the healthcare profession, with 2 enrolled in dental college and 1 in medical residency.

 D.  TheBreast, Examination, and Referral Project (BEaR Project)-This project is inclusive of complete breast and GYN examinations, health education, and referrals for mammographies. The program particularly targets those women who are under-insured or uninsured with an emphasis on the Hispanic and African –American women.

There  is an emphasis on women < 40 years of age, especially with familial breast cancer and/ or symptoms, regardless of immigration status.

 The Breast Examination, Education, and Referral Project, since 2004, serves those women who fall through the cracks of the current health care environment: earning too much to quality for any of the indigent programs, yet don’t earn enough to afford out-of-pocket pay for a  mammography, Pap, and pelvic examination.

E. Project Unity/Gatekeepers-Comprised of ethnic minority para-professionals, the Gatekeepers assist in a deeper community outreach  in health education, community awareness activities, and in linking their neighbors and contacts to indicated health services.  The       gatekeepers reside in the most under-served areas of our community and have many key contacts.  Specific health areas in which the Gatekeepers are trained to participate are; HIV/AIDS, fetal and infant well-being, diabetes, breast/cervical cancer, and cardiovascular. 

Areas Served
Areas Served
Area
FL- Sarasota
FL- Manatee
FL- Charlotte
FL- DeSoto
Areas Served Comments

 Though situated in Sarasota County, approximately 40% of our clients reside in Charlotte and Manatee Counties.  All ethnic groups within the population of children and adults at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level are eligible to receive the benefit of our various services.  Genesis targets those individuals and families that are not disabled and earn too much to qualify for government insurance or programs, yet do not earn enough to afford private health insurance.  However, in the areas of behavioral health and dental services, Genesis is often the sole provider to a significant number of the medically under-served and unserved population due to a lack of providers.

Service Categories
Primary Org Type Health Care
Secondary Org Type Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
Tertiary Org Type Youth Development
Statement from the Board Chair/Board President
The culture of appreciation surrounding our Board, staff, patients, and volunteers is unlike any I have ever experienced.  I have been a Genesis volunteer since 1999, and have served on the board of directors for three terms.  As a Board, we are very grateful for the opportunity to be involved in such a needed service.  Our patients are very respectful of the staff and volunteers and continuously state how thankful they are that our services are available.  Even though we lost a portion of our patient- base to the Affordable Care Act in 2014-15, we are determined to provide services to our population that continue the high quality that they are accustomed to.  
Statement from the CEO/Executive Director

 Genesis Health Services, Inc. has operated with a volunteer health care provider model since 1994, serving the uninsured and under-insured. Volunteer health care providers enabled the organization to realize tremendous savings in the area of salaries and benefits. Additional savings were realized by taking advantage of the Department of Health's "sovereign immunity" protection through the Volunteer Health Care Provider Program, alleviating the need to purchase expensive malpractice coverage for our volunteer practitioners. There are drawbacks to the total reliance upon volunteers however. The limitations of the volunteer practitioner model are (1) hours of availability are quite volatile and unreliable, especially in the summer months (2) volunteer services must be provided at no cost to patients in order to obtain sovereign immunity protection.  Genesis is seeking to transform our service delivery model to include hire a part-time equivalent doctor and dentist with private malpractice coverage. This will enable billing for these services through conventional insurance, Medicaid, and self-pay. Fees generated through this model can be used to increase service delivery to the impoverished, maintain and replace equipment and supplies, and increase overall operating capacity of the organization. Transforming to a conventional fee model from our current volunteer health care provider model of operating will not lessen our commitment to our target population of the impoverished or uninsured, but will expand our reach to this population. Instituting this new model [conventional insurance fees] will ensure and sustain our ability to operate and fulfill our mission.
Programs
Description Genesis Medical Clinic- since 1996 serves the indigent and working poor that are not eligible for Medicaid assistance and cannot afford to pay the full costs of expensive medical services nor pay the monthly premiums for health insurance.  In the summer of 1996, Genesis began operation of a 750 sq. ft. medical clinic in collaboration with Venice Bon Secours Hospital in the Nokomis community, providing primary medical services, laboratory assessments, radiology services and HIV testing.  The clinic was moved to the Newtown area of Sarasota in October 2000 and started clinic operations in January 2001.  At that location, Genesis has been designated as a clinic operating in an “area of critical need” by the Florida Board of Medicine. Primary medical & mental health services are available at our Sarasota Clinic.The clinic is staffed by 4 physicians (1 cardiologist & 1 OB/GYN), 1 psychiatrist, 1 registered nurse, 2 nursing assistants, 2 mental health counselors, and 9 ancillary staffers.  
Budget $75,000
Category Health Care, General/Other Patient Care/Health Care Delivery
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Minorities Blacks, African Heritage People/Families of People with HIV/AIDS
Short Term Success
  • Each year shall see an increase in individual patient visits and outreach contacts
Long Term Success Disparities in disease and mortality rates between whites and non-whites in our community will be reduced or eliminated.
Program Success Monitoring Regular staff meetings to determine whether program operations remain culturally competent and accessible  
Program Success Examples
  • Several dental patients missing front teeth have become employable after Genesis Dental replacement procedures
  • The ability to get an EKG reading on-site is always appreciated by the patient
  • 100% of behavioral health patients successfully able to obtain medication
  • 100% of positive mammography reports referred for biopsy
  • 90% of youth attending HIV/AIDS education and prevention class show improved course content knowledge
  • Diagnosis and management of chronic diseases, i.e., diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease, COPD, etc. among a hard to reach and manage population
  • Providing referrals for patients with chronic disorders to community organizations supporting persons and families impacted by those diseases
  • "Genesis saved my life", spoken by 21 year old female patient that was referred for a mammogram after examination by Genesis. A biopsy showed breast cancer and surgery was successfully performed. She became an outspoken supporter of Genesis.
Description

Genesis Dental Clinic- in operation in Nokomis since 1998, serves the indigent and working poor that are not eligible for Medicaid assistance and cannot afford to pay the full costs of expensive dental services nor pay the monthly premiums or co-pays for dental insurance.  For this service population our clinic is one of the county’s three providers of affordable comprehensive dental services such as; oral surgery procedures, crowns, partials and root canals for uninsured adults.  Our dentists opened to a waiting-list of 150 persons.  The Plantation Community Foundation, The Women's Club of Sarasota, Inc., and the Venice Presbyterian Church  contributed start-up funding for the Nokomis Clinic, which consists of three operatories and three x-ray units.  Other support is generated through patient fees that are typically 15% of usual and customary dental fees.  Fundraisers and private donations have also contributed to the operation of the clinics.  All equipment was donated by area dentists and dental supply companies.   The dental clinic is staffed by 2 dentists, 1 hygienist, 2 assistants, and 3 ancillary staffers.

Budget $85,000
Category Health Care, General/Other Dental Health Care
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent At-Risk Populations Minorities
Short Term Success 90% of persons seeking emergency treatment will be offered services.
Long Term Success Genesis Dental will have locations in the north, central, and southern areas of Sarasota County, as well as a full-service dental laboratory to supply the offices.   
Program Success Monitoring Staffings are frequently held to determine efficacy of program activities.
Program Success Examples Annual increases in individual patient visits
Description
Project Unity/Gatekeepers-Comprised of ethnic minority para-professionals, the Gatekeepers assist in a deeper community outreach  in health education, community awareness activities, and in linking their neighbors and contacts to indicated health services.  The gatekeepers reside in the most under-served areas of our community and have many key contacts.  Specific health areas in which the Gatekeepers are trained to participate are; HIV/AIDS, fetal and infant well-being, diabetes, breast/cervical cancer, and cardiovascular.  Project Unity is a successful collaboration with Genesis (providing HIV/AIDS and STD testing), Multicultural Health Institute (providing HIV/AIDS youth and adult education activities), and Sarasota County Health Department providing monitoring and funding).
Budget $25,000
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other HIV/AIDS
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Blacks, African Heritage At-Risk Populations Lesbian, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgendered
Short Term Success
To create a more educated community and bigger network of individuals to access this service as needed.
Long Term Success
Our goal is to get as many persons tested and educated on the risk factors of HIV and STD diseases as possible,  thereby decreasing the number of new individuals diagnosed HIV positive. 
Program Success Monitoring
Sarasota County Health Department receives monthly progress reports and monitors efficacy of the program.
Program Success Examples
We are able to provide test to persons that would normally not use this service, in doing so we currently have individuals who were once clients that are now members of our Gate-Keeper program.  They are now educating other members of their community.
Description

This project is inclusive of complete breast and GYN examinations, health education, and referrals for mammograms. The program particularly targets those women who are under-insured or uninsured with an emphasis on the Hispanic and African –American women residing in Manatee and Sarasota Counties, regardless of immigration status.

There  is an emphasis on women < 40 years of age, especially with familial breast cancer and/ or symptoms, regardless of immigration status.

The Breast Examination, Education, and Referral Project, since           2004, serves those women who fall through the cracks of the           current health care environment: earning too much to quality for            any of the indigent programs, yet don’t earn enough to afford            out-of-pocket pay for a mammography, Pap, and pelvic            examinations.
The BEaR project is made possible through collaboration with         Sarasota Memorial Hospital and Manatee Health Department. 
Budget $10,000
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Cancer
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served At-Risk Populations Minorities People/Families of People with Cancer
Short Term Success Each year sees an increase in number of minority women receiving mammograms.
Long Term Success Minority women in our service population will obtain equal morbidity (death) rates as caucasian women through screenings, early diagnoses, and case management throughout treatment, regardless of ability to pay.
Program Success Monitoring All patients' mammogram and any biopsy results are reported to Genesis for compilation.
Program Success Examples In 2009, the mother of a student in the Genesis Physicians and Dentists Mentoring Program presented to our medical clinic without signs of breast abnormality.  She wanted a mammogram because her daughter [the student] has been taught that risk factors of breast cancer included; age, race, and family history and shared this information with her mother.  The mother, upon assessing her positive risk factors, found it prudent to obtain a mammogram.  After being referred by Genesis' BEaRS for a mammogram at no cost, she [the mother] was informed of the need for a biopsy of a suspicious mass.  Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa performed the biopsy, found the mass cancerous and removed same.  The patient remains cancer-free and can be found participating in the annual cancer-walks and other community cancer-awareness and fundraising activities.  As a post-script, her daughter completed certification for Medical Assistant and is currently employed in that career.
Description

Youth mentoring program operating since 2004 during the summer for 20-hours per week for six weeks.  The program enrolls 12 middle and high school students.  Field trips to other medical facilities are also provided. 

As a practicum, practitioners introduce the students to the fundamentals of their specialty to include the basic terminology and an introduction of what it took for them to establish a career in that particular field.  During the year, the students hear presentations on various topics including,Preparation for Post-Secondary Education, Budgeting/Finance, HIPAA Laws/Compliance,and Confidentiality.  In addition, all participants will receive HIV 101, basic first aid class and vital signs training during the summer camp.

The Physicians & Dentists Mentoring Program is intended to introduce low-income and/or minority youth to a variety of health careers by using shadowing, career orientation, and role modeling to encourage the participants to plan for such careers.

Budget $7,000
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Leadership
Program Linked to Organizational Strategy Yes
Population Served Minorities Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent Blacks, African Heritage
Short Term Success
Eighty per cent of all students shall successfully complete the annual program.
 
100% of female participants will not become pregnant before High School graduation or marriage 
Long Term Success 70% of participants will enter the healthcare profession, with 50% of those retained to work in the geographic service are of Genesis.
Program Success Monitoring Interviews with students reveal that field trips and speaker presentations are most impactful.  Students achieving certification or degrees point to the encouragement given by Genesis staff.  
Program Success Examples In addition to several students achieving BS, Masters, CNA, and Medical Assistant degrees and certifications; one female student received her "white coat" the summer of 2013 at the University of Florida and is eligible for medical residency.  She is currently working on her 1st PhD in the field of cancer research (fully funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation) before starting her residency.  Another student is in his final year of Dental College after completing his undergraduate studies at University of Florida.  He has committed to completing his dental internship at Genesis Dental Clinic and hopes to open his practice in Sarasota County.  He is also the first member of his family to attend college.   
Comments
Program Comments by Organization
The Genesis Community Mental Health component serves an urgent life and death need in our community unmet by any other clinical agencies, public or private. The case of Nancy B. (alias) illustrates this point. Nancy was a working mother and homeowner in Massachusetts when she suffered her first psychotic break in a “breakdown” precipitated by domestic abuse. After a short hospitalization her bizarre behavior persisted (paranoid delusions of aliens after her) and she was unable to return to work, isolating herself in her home. Next she lost her good job with benefits, her health insurance and her home. Nancy moved to the Sarasota area where her parents had retired, her parents expecting her to return to her former self. Nancy’s bizarre behavior worsened, leading her to run naked from police, who she had believed were the aliens.  She suffered unspeakable horrors in the streets before she was apprehended and hospitalized for several weeks, then released back to her confused parents. Because she did not have any insurance, she was unable to access any outpatient mental health services, even from mental health providers she was referred to by 211. Because she was not already insured and established in their overburdened systems, and because she was unable to pay their required fees, both Coastal Behavioral Healthcare and Manatee Glens referred Nancy to Genesis. Even though she was still delusional and at risk of bizarre behavior, she could not see a psychiatrist without charges in excess of $300.  Other than Genesis, her family's only option was to wait until she became dangerous enough to be hospitalized for a few days to see the psychiatrist, hoping that she did not meet an untimely and unseemly end during the breakdown.  The day that Nancy’s mother brought her to Genesis, she was able to see our psychiatrist and be assured that she could continue seeing him without worry of big bills.  She was eventually  diagnosed with a psychotic disorder.  Prior to Genesis, Nancy's family failed to recognize that Nancy had a "real" mental illness. She was also provided the medications she needed without charge, and she began taking them that day. Genesis’ clinical staff, with the help of other professionals we work with in the community, linked Nancy to rare intensive case management for the severely mentally ill.  She has re-established relationships with her children and siblings, been approved for disability due to her now properly diagnosed mental illness, and she is living in her own apartment. Submitted by William Anderson, LMHC, Genesis Volunteer since 2002
 
 
CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director James E. McCloud
CEO Term Start Mar 1994
CEO/Executive Director Email genesishealthservices@gmail.com
Experience

James McCloud was born in Manatee County, Florida and attended racially segregated Manatee Memorial Elementary School.  He was in the historic first class of a racially integrated Palmetto High School where he graduated as a member of both the National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America in 1971. McCloud attended Antioch College at Yellow Springs, Ohio from 1971-1974 where he completed the course requirements for a double-major in Political Science and Social Change through the Institute for the Solution of Social Problems (ISSP).  His work-study assignments included working on a federal study of universal healthcare,  employment as a Youth Coordinator through the federal Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, and as an intern at the ISSP.  In 1978 he relocated to Palmetto, Florida and served as the Equal Employment Opportunity Coordinator for Manatee County.  In 1980and he became self-employed by forming Savon Paralegal Services, an independent paralegal agency. McCloud began his career in non-profit healthcare delivery by founding and serving as President/CEO of Genesis Health Services, Inc.  Genesis is a provider of free or reduced-rate medical, dental and behavioral health services, serving as sole or safety net provider in most instances.  McCloud also is an active community volunteer, serving on such community entities as; the HIV-AIDS Network of Sarasota, the FOCUS Ministerial Alliance of Sarasota, the Newtown Community Health Action Team, and the Curriculum Development Committee of Meridian College.  In 2008, McCloud co-authored Newtown Healthcare Study with Lisa Merritt, M.D.  Results of the Newtown Study was  presented at a symposium titled, “Medical Education Interactive: Crisis in Minority Health”.

 Awards:2008 WEDU “Be More” Award: Innovation Category, 2009 West Coast Center For Human Development: Health Care Award,  2010 NAACP Community Service Award, 2011 BIZ 941 Award: Healthcare Category

Former CEOs/Executive Directors
NameTerm
Senior Staff
NameTitle
Henry Ehrlich M.D.Psychiatrist
Dr. Edward Mosley Doctor
Fotios Skordas DDSDentist
Eureka Webb Webb Psych Tech III
Staff & Volunteer Statistics
Full Time Staff 0
Part Time Staff 7
Staff Retention Rate % N/A
Professional Development Yes
Contractors 1
Volunteers 7
Management Reports to Board Yes
CEO/Executive Director Formal Evaluation No
Senior Management Formal Evaluation N/A
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Collaborations
  • Sarasota Memorial Hospital
  • Newtown Wellness Organization
  • Multicultural Health Institute
  • Manatee Health Department
  • Sarasota Health Department 
External Assessments and Accreditations
Assessment/AccreditationYear
Awards & Recognition
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
"BE MORE" AWARD NOMINEE: INNOVATION CATEGORYWEDU PUBLIC BROADCASTING2008
HEALTHCARE AWARDWEST COAST CENTER FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT2009
NAACP COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE- SARASOTA BRANCH2010
HEALTHCARE AWARDBIZ 9412011
Certificate of Recognition- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of ServiceState College of Florida2015
Service Above Self AwardRotary Club of Sarasota Keys and Rotary Club of Sarasota Keys Foundation2015
Community Service AwardMeridian College2014
Risk Management Provisions
Government Licenses
Organization Licensed by the Government No
Plans
Fundraising Plan No
Communication Plan No
Strategic Plan No
Strategic Plan Years
Strategic Plan Adopted 0
Management Succession Plan No
Continuity of Operations Plan
Policies
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistle Blower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Policies and Procedures Yes
Comments
Management Comments by Organization Chester Chmielewski M.D.,  Board Member and Volunteer: I have been working at the Genesis Clinic site for almost 8 years and the challenges of providing medical care to the non-insured have increased largely due to stagnation of income and continuing escalation of medical costs. Florida's decision not to expand Medicaid and the still substantial cost of private insurance have left the people we serve with no improvement in their ability to obtain affordable health care. We wish we could provide free or sliding scale clinic visits but are forced to charge a nominal fee for these services. The other enormous challenge is obtaining subspecialty and laboratory follow-up for our patients. We lack the funds to help underwrite care outside of our clinics and patients are forced to accept suboptimal medical treatment options. After a lifetime of providing care in private practice it is especially frustrating not seeing patients obtain the most appropriate followup.
Other Documents
Other Document 2
WHISTLEBLOWER POLICY
Board Chair
Board Chair William Broadus Carter Jr.
Company Affiliation First Step of Sarasota Inc.
Board Term Jan 2013 to Dec 2015
Board Chair Email williamcarter7@comcast.net
Board Members
Board Members
NameAffiliation
William Carter First Step of Sarasota
Neale R Jordan RN,BSNConsulate Healthcare
James McCloud Genesis Health Services, Inc.
Dr. Edward Mosley Retired
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Board Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 1
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0 0
Board Gender
Male 3
Female 1
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 2
Board Orientation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 9
Board Meeting Attendance % 89
Board Self-Evaluation Yes
Written Board Selection Criteria Yes
Board Conflict of Interest Policy Yes
% of Board Making Monetary Contributions 100
% of Board Making In-Kind Contributions 100
Standing Committees
Community Outreach / Community Relations
Finance
Comments
Governance Comments by Organization
William Carter, Board Chair- One of our biggest challenges in the area of obtaining specialized equipment that would increase our ability to offer improved services. We currently provide great service, but with more up-to- date equipment our provided services would be superior. We are presently planning fund-rasiers and soliciting larger organizations for donations of their older equipment when they purchase newer equipment  Our clinic provides critical and sometimes life-saving services that are in demand to a population that would not be able to receive these service in their community. 
 
Neale Jordan, RN, BSN- Board Member- As a nurse at Genesis, my passion is to see patients get well....to have the opportunity to be treated and see the improvement in their condition because of our team's care.  I also treasure the opportunities to participate in our outreach activities where we can screen persons in the community who have difficulty or no inclination in accessing healthcare.  We have discovered numerous chronic diseases through such outreach and have been able to link such persons with treatment, medication, or care management.
 
Fiscal Year Projections
Fiscal Year Begins 2016
Fiscal Year Ends 2016
Projected Revenue $240,000.00
Projected Expenses $240,000.00
Organization has Endowment No
Capital Campaign
Currently In a Capital Campaign Yes
Campaign Purpose Major renovation and build-out of a dental office in Newtown community of Sarasota. 2. Renovation and dental equipment replacement in Nokomis Clinic
Campaign Goal $150,000.00
Campaign Dates May 2015 to May 2016
Amount Raised To Date 0 as of 0
Audit/Financial Documents
Historical Financial Review
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201420132012
Program Expense$225,854$220,508$189,562
Administration Expense$0$0$2,090
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.010.990.99
Program Expense/Total Expenses100%100%99%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201420132012
Total Assets$31,866$16,884$18,558
Current Assets$4,475$0$188
Long-Term Liabilities$12,149$0$0
Current Liabilities$5,632$5,461$4,556
Total Net Assets$14,085$11,423$14,002
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201420132012
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountClient Fees $181,524Clinic Fees $208,020Program service revenue $163,334
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountContributions, gifts, grants $47,683Contributions, gifts, grants $10,000Contributions, gifts, grants $26,628
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount0 $00 $00 $0
CEO/Executive Director Compensation $0 - $50,000
Tax Credits No
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities0.790.000.04
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201420132012
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets38%0%0%
Financials Comments
Financial Comments by Organization The 990 and Financial Statement for 2015 is not complete and is not due to the IRS yet. 
Financial Comments by Foundation Financial information taken from IRS Forms 990 and 990-EZ.  Individual contributions include foundation and corporate support.
Nonprofit Genesis Health Services Inc
Address 1933 Whitfield Park Loop
Suite B
SARASOTA , FL 34236
Phone 941 363-1852

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