All Saints Health Foundation President Freddy Jones to Retire; Michael McMahon Named as Successor

January 18, 2011

DALLAS, Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Freddy Jones, president, All Saints Health Foundation, has announced that he will retire from his post in March 2011.

Freddy’s extraordinary career spans 19 years and a variety of leadership positions within All Saints Episcopal Hospital including vice president, human resources and chief operating officer. In 1999, Freddy was named president, All Saints Health Foundation. Under his leadership, the All Saints Foundation staff achieved great success by working with the local philanthropic community to generate more than $80 million to support the services offered at Baylor All Saints Medical Center and Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth. Highlights include leading the campaigns to raise $29 million for the Andrews Women’s Hospital, $15 million for transplant, cardiac and oncology services and $5 million for the Joan Katz Breast Center. Freddy will be honored at the 2011 Heritage Awards Dinner on March 3.

Mike will join the All Saints Foundation on January 24 as president after serving 22 years as president and vice chairman of The Gladney Center for Adoption in Fort Worth. Over his tenure with The Gladney Center, Michael led the development of all agency programs and represented the organization in governmental issues and in coordination with other agencies. Additionally, he oversaw fiscal operations and planning for the agency’s growth, and served on the Gladney Fund Board. Prior to joining Gladney, Michael held executive posts with Harris Methodist Health System, McAllen Pipe and Supply Company, and Cook Children’s Hospital. He earned his Bachelor of Arts and his Master of Science degrees at Trinity University in San Antonio and has served on numerous boards including Ronald McDonald House, Fort Worth; McAllen Radiation Treatment Center, McAllen, Texas; and All Saints Episcopal School, Fort Worth.

About Baylor All Saints

The not-for-profit Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth and Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth serve more than 100,000 people annually through two hospitals, numerous primary care physician centers and practices, a rehabilitation and fitness center, and a variety of medical specialties. Programs of excellence in cardiology, transplantation, neurosciences, oncology and women’s services form the heart of the hospitals’ services. All Saints joined Baylor Health Care System in January 2002.

All Saints Health Foundation, a separately incorporated not-for-profit organization, raises and manages charitable funds to support Baylor All Saints Medical Center at Fort Worth and Baylor Medical Center at Southwest Fort Worth. For fiscal year 2009, Baylor Health Care System reported $468 million in community benefit, which includes providing care for charity patients and patients enrolled in government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, as well as the unreimbursed costs of medical education, research and community programs. For more information about Baylor Health Care System, call toll free 1-800-4BAYLOR or log onto www.BaylorHealth.com.

SOURCE Baylor Health Care System

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