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OCHSNER CLINIC FOUNDATION

Mission Statement
We Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate. Ochsner will be a global medical and academic leader who will save and change lives. We will shape the future of healthcare through our integrated health system, fueled by the passion and strength of our diversified team of physicians and employees.

Formed 1944. The IRS granted this nonprofit coporation 501(c) status in October of 1944. Its accounting period ends in December.

This nonprofit coporation is categorized as Hospital, General. (NTEE Code: E220)

Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)

Contributions are tax deductible.

Foundation Type: Hospital or medical research organization

Principal Officer: Patrick J Quinlan MD

Tax Returns for Ochsner Clinic Foundation

Form 990 2014 Full Details

Tax Year: 2014 (2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $11,896,065

Investment Income: $45,316,188

Other Revenue: $14,109,976


Total Revenue
$6,112,141,935

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $686,509

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $1,123,157,690

Other Expenses: $4,916,265,026


Total Expenses
$6,040,109,225

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $679,942,722

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $72,032,710

Total Liabilities $1,050,612,882


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$756,681,839

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $19,767,594
Revenue: $5,371,198

Since 1944, academics have been an integral component of the mission, visions and strategy of the Ochsner organization. Ochsner's focus as an academic center adds emphasis, intellectual capital and commitment to our mission to educate and innovate, through providing the highest quality care and service to the Ochsner community and patients. The academic areas are operating divisions of Ochsner Clinic Foundation. Education. Operating one of the nation's largest independent academic medical centers, OCF trains over 275 residents and fellows annually in 23 independent OCF-sponsored accredited residency training programs. In addition, Ochsner is a joint sponsor of three programs with Louisiana State University Health Science Center ("LSUHSC"), including ophthalmology, psychiatry and urology, and is a joint sponsor of a pediatric program with Tulane University School of Medicine ("Tulane"). The joint programs include approximately 125 residents. In addition, another 300 residents and fellows rotate to OCF in various disciplines of medicine and surgery under affiliation agreements with LSUHSC and Tulane as well as other schools from across the country and around the world. Ochsner also supports LSU residency training programs at the Ochsner Medical Center - Kenner. The site hosts approximately 40 residents annually with the primary programs being Family Practice and Internal Medicine with 26 residents, and medicine and surgical specialties training programs with approximately 14 residents. In the fall of 2008, Ochsner entered into a partnership with the University Of Queensland School Of Medicine in Brisbane, Australia to develop the University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School. Beginning in 2017, this program will create an additional 120 medical school graduates each year. The program is for United States citizens or permanent residents who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine with the opportunity to study in a global program. The students complete their first and second years of training at the University of Queensland in Brisbane followed by completion of years three and four (clinical training years) at Ochsner. The students graduate with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS degree) which is considered a Doctor of Medicine (MD) equivalent degree. In 2015, the University Of Queensland School of Medicine approved the Doctor of Medicine degree to replace the MBBS degree. As a result, the University of Queensland School of Medicine and Ochsner Clinical School were visited in 2014 by the Australian Medical Council as a component of the Medical School's accreditation. The outcome of this site visit was full accreditation for six year, the maximum term allowed. The graduating class of 2018 will be the first class to graduate with the MD degree. As of January 2015, there were 339 students enrolled in the University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School program. The program has continued its projected growth since 2009 and in 2014 realized the goal of enrolling 120 students per year. In addition to the University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School program, Ochsner continues to provide over 700 student months of clinical education to medical students from Tulane University School of Medicine and Louisiana State University School of Medicine and a host of other medical school programs from across the region, country and around the world. Continuing Medical Education. OCF's Continuing Medical Education ("CME") program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and provides educational activities designed to assist practicing physicians maintain, develop, and/or increase their clinical competency and professional performance required to deliver high-quality and safe patient care. In 2014, Ochsner's CME program provided over 40,500 CME credits to approximately 10,500 physicians. Approvals and Accreditations. OCF's Academic Division Education Programs are accredited by or registered with the following agencies:* Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)* Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)* American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC)* Association of Hospital Medical Education (AHME)* Australian Medical Council (AMC)* Council on Teaching Hospitals (COTH)* Joint Review Committee for Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)Allied Health / Nursing Affiliations. OCF has formal associations with over 100 institutions of higher learning. OCF, through Allied Health and Nursing Education affiliations, enables students enrolled in colleges and universities throughout the United States to conclude formal degree requirements that require clinical training and competency. Through an affiliation agreement with Our Lady of Holy Cross College, students in radiologic technology train at Ochsner Medical Center and complete an Associate or Bachelor's degree in Health Science. Ochsner currently has affiliations with 30 nursing programs across Louisiana as well as an additional 70-75 allied health programs. Through these affiliations, Ochsner provides clinical training and mentoring to over 1000 nursing students and 650 allied health students each year.Medical Library. The Medical Library is a full service library staffed by two librarians and one archivist. The Medical Library Collection consist of over 1,700 e-Journals, 250 e-books and 25 clinical knowledge databases and 2,300 reference texts, circulating books, and historical books. The Medical Library also provide support for the development and dissemination of patient education materials and provides assistance to patients and their families as they seek information regarding maintaining their health and/or on innovative therapies available.Publishing Services. Publishing Services provides medical editing, medical illustration, and review of any written document. In addition, they manage and publish The Ochsner Journal, a quarterly publication designed to support the Ochsner Clinic Foundation's mission to serve, heal, lead, educate, and innovate. Since its inception in 1999, the Journal has provided a wide range of peer-reviewed, timely, and practical information for practicing physicians, healthcare professionals, and physicians in training. The editorial mix includes original research, case reports, literature reviews, editorials, and other articles that span the spectrum of medical practice and scientific research. The entire archive of The Ochsner Journal is deposited with PubMed Central; all articles are fully searchable and available in full-text form through PubMed and PubMed Central searches.

Expenses: $10,626,877
Revenue: $5,516,159

Medical Research: Currently, Ochsner Clinic Foundation operates five basic science research laboratories with over 400 active clinical trials in 27 clinical areas. Approximately 3,000 patients participate in Ochsner Clinical research annually. Every, clinical trial is overseen by the Ochsner Institutional Review Board, which provides oversight of the safety of the human subjects participating in clinical trials. Ochsner established the Center for Applied Health Services Research (CASHR) in 2014, the mission of which is to advance knowledge, improve clinical practice, and improve the health and well-being of the community. CASHR services include an Information Analytics Unit that helps researchers extract data from Ochsner's System data repositories, a Biostatistic Unit that helps researchers with project development and data analysis, and a Patient Research Advisory Board which facilitates patient engagement in both industry-sponsored and investigator-initiated studies. The Clinical Trial Unit, located at Ochsner Baptist Medical Center, was established in 2012 to provide the ability to carry out Phase I clinical trials, complex trials requiring close monitoring, high-volume trials, etc. Since inception, over 300 patients have participated in research studies at the CTU. The Biobank Unit, located at Ochsner Medical Center, was established in 2011 to develop a robust inventory of human biospecimens and biofluids for utilization in complex research projects. Since inception, over 850 patients have donated their biospecimens and biofluids. This has resulted in development of a comprehensive ExpressBank with an inventory of over 17,000 aliquots of biospecimens and biofluids.

Expenses: $9,508,264
Revenue: $13,289,502

Elmwood Fitness Center: provides fitness services to patients and members of the public.

Expenses: $2,047,230
Revenue: $3,400,325

Rent-Physical plant: Ochsner Clinic Foundation rents its physical plant to related 501(c)(3) organizations. The majority of the rental is to Brent House Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary and exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Brent House fully reimburses Ochsner for expenses related to the Hotel.

Expenses: $1,365,844
Revenue: $23,345

Ochsner maintains a free parking garage for employees and patients.Revenue is attributable to the optional valet parking service, which isoffered for the convenience of Ochsner's patients.

Expenses: $0
Revenue: $-48,932

Program Related Investments: Equity Income from Joint Venture providing patient care.

Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities

Political Expenditures: $0

This organization filed Form 4720 for this year.

This organization attempted to influence foreign, national, state or local legislation through the use of:

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $24,304,000
Europe 0 0 Investments $85,184,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Grants to recipients located in the region $54,049
Sub-Saharan Africa 0 0 Grants to recipients located in the region $47,884
Totals: 0 0 $109,589,933

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

Grants to Organizations Outside the U.S.

Region Purpose Disbursement Method Grant Amount
Central America and the Caribbean Medical Student Rotation Wire $16,617
Central America and the Caribbean Clinic Construction Wire $16,000
Central America and the Caribbean Water Well Project Wire $11,200
Central America and the Caribbean Professor Salary n/a $1,707
Total: $45,524

Grants to Individuals Outside the U.S.

Region Grant Type Number of Recipients Disbursement Method Grant Amount Noncash Assistance (if any)
Central America and the Caribbean Educational Program Support 1250 Cash/Wire n/a $3,726 in uniforms, textbooks, supplies
Central America and the Caribbean Financial Support 1250 Cash/Wire $356
Central America and the Caribbean Medical Equipment 1250 n/a n/a $1,968 in medical equipment
Central America and the Caribbean Food & Nutrition 1250 n/a n/a $2,475 in food for parents/students
Sub-Saharan Africa Medical Equipment 62 n/a n/a $47,884 in medical equipment
Total: $356

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

Form 990 2013 Full Details

Tax Year: 2013 (2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $12,533,544

Investment Income: $28,147,523

Other Revenue: $7,831,582


Total Revenue
$5,550,198,190

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $118,035

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $1,012,889,384

Other Expenses: $4,484,851,744


Total Expenses
$5,497,859,163

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $568,991,695

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $52,339,027

Total Liabilities $1,030,671,665


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$679,942,722

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $17,651,417 including grants of $40,602
Revenue: $13,222,551

Professional Education: Ochsner Clinic Foundation ("OCF") operates one of the nation's largest accredited non-university based graduate medical education programs. In 2013, 258 residents and fellows were appointed to 23 medical and surgical programs sponsored by OCF. Thirty-one (31) additional specialty programs assigned 317 unique residents and fellows (80 scheduled FTEs/mo. on average) to OCF for training through combined programs or joint affiliations with the two local medical schools, LSU & Tulane. All 54 programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. In 2009, Ochsner opened the Ochsner Clinical School in partnership with the University Queensland, Australia ("UQ"), providing expanded opportunity for medical students for U.S. citizens. During the school year, 161 UQ students rotated through the University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School for their clinical clerkships. Through a consortium relationship with Our Lady of Holy Cross College, 18 students in radiologic technology were appointed for clinical training.Additionally, a total of 2123 unique medical, allied health, nursing and advanced practice clinician students participate in clinical education across the Ochsner System in 2013: 475 unique medical students (non-UQ OCS) 511 unique allied health students, 997 unique nursing students, and 140 unique advanced practice clinician students. In aggregate, across all clinical education endeavors, 99 schools and 101 programs were represented for a total of 3,045 student training encounters encompassing 5,126 student months of training across 17 Ochsner clinical sites.

Expenses: $10,105,440
Revenue: $14,455,176

Elmwood Fitness Center: provides fitness services to patients and members of the public.

Expenses: $9,226,620 including grants of $68,807
Revenue: $4,679,002

Medical Research: Currently, Ochsner Clinic Foundation operates five basic science research laboratories with over 400 active clinical trials in 27 clinical areas. Approximately 3,000 patients participate in Ochsner Clinical research annually. Every, clinical trial is overseen by the Ochsner Institutional Review Board, which provides oversight of the safety of the human subjects participating in clinical trials. Ochsner established the Center for Health Research in 2006, the mission of which is to advance knowledge, improve clinical practice, and the health and well-being of the community. From inception, over 2,000 patients have been involved in outcomes based research conducted by the Center. The Clinical Trial Unit, located on the Baptist Hospital campus, was established in 2012 to provide the ability to carry out Phase I clinical studies. From inception, over 100 patients have participated in research studies at the CTU.

Expenses: $2,047,230
Revenue: $3,430,783

Rent-Physical plant: Ochsner Clinic Foundation rents its physical plant to related 501(c)(3) organizations. The majority of the rental is to Brent House Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary and exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Brent House fully reimburses Ochsner for expenses related to the Hotel.

Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities

Political Expenditures: $0

This organization filed Form 4720 for this year.

This organization attempted to influence foreign, national, state or local legislation through the use of:

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $2,782,000
Europe 0 0 Investments $38,354,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Grants to recipients located in the region $8,626
Totals: 0 0 $41,144,626

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

Grants to Individuals Outside the U.S.

Region Grant Type Number of Recipients Disbursement Method Grant Amount Noncash Assistance (if any)
Central America & the Caribbean Educational Program Support 200 Cash/Wire $2,180 $5,746 in textbook/supplies
Central America & the Caribbean Financial Support 5 Cash $700
Total: $2,880

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

Form 990 2012 Full Details

Tax Year: 2012 (2012-01-01 - 2012-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $7,751,849

Investment Income: $35,407,059

Other Revenue: $12,510,234


Total Revenue
$4,829,608,636

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $58,710

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $911,097,681

Other Expenses: $3,906,208,612


Total Expenses
$4,817,365,003

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $581,171,544

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $12,243,633

Total Liabilities $951,420,627


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$568,991,695

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $19,191,037
Revenue: $12,713,295

Professional Education: Ochsner Clinic Foundation ("OCF") operates one of the nation's largest accredited non-university based graduate medical education programs. In 2012, 240 residents and fellows were appointed to 20 medical and surgical programs sponsored by OCF. Thirtyone (31) additional specialty programs assigned 317 unique residents and fellows (67 scheduled FTEs/mo. on average) to OCF for training through combined programs or joint affiliations with the two local medical schools, LSU & Tulane. All 51 programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Also, over 667 local, regional, national and international medical students chose OCF for core rotations and clinical electives. In 2009, Ochsner opened the Ochsner Clinical School in partnership with the University Queensland, Australia ("UQ"), providing expanded opportunity for medical students for U.S. citizens. During the school year, 149 UQ students rotated through the University of Queensland, Ochsner Clinical School for their clinical clerkships. Through a consortium relationship with Our Lady of Holy Cross College, 38 students in radiologic technology and respiratory are appointed for clinical training. Additionally, a total of 1,766 unique allied health students, nursing and advanced practice clinician students participate in clinical education across the Ochsner System in 2012: 470 unique allied health students, 1,116 unique nursing students, and 140 unique advanced practice clinician students. In aggregate, across all clinical education endeavors, 94 schools and 108 programs were represented for a total of 3,112 student training encounters encompassing 5,014 student months of training across 15 Ochsner clinical sites.

Expenses: $9,487,330
Revenue: $13,898,301

Elmwood Fitness Center: provides fitness services to patients and members of the public.

Expenses: $8,789,527
Revenue: $3,365,179

Medical Research: Ochsner Clinic Foundation operates five basic science research laboratories with over 350 active clinical trials in 27 clinical areas. Approximately 1,600 patients participate in Ochsner Clinical research annually. Every, clinical trial is overseen by the Ochsner Institutional Review Board, which provides oversight of the safety of the human subjects participating in clinical trials. Established the Center for Health Research in 2006, the mission of which is to advance knowledge, improve clinical practice, and the health and well-being of the community. From inception, over 2,000 patients have been involved in outcomes based research conducted by the center.

Expenses: $2,047,230
Revenue: $3,294,353

Rent-physical plant: Ochsner Clinic Foundation rents its physical plant to related 501(c)(3) organizations. The majority of the rental is to Brent House Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary and exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Brent House fully reimburses Ochsner for expenses related to the Hotel.

Expenses: $1,047,714
Revenue: $158,928

Ochsner maintains a free parking garage for employees and patients. Revenue is attributable to the optional valet parking service, which is offered for the convenience of Ochsner's patients.

Expenses: $0
Revenue: $391,504

Equity Income: Equity Income from Joint Venture providing medical care.

Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities

Political Expenditures: $0

This organization filed Form 4720 for this year.

This organization attempted to influence foreign, national, state or local legislation through the use of:

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
Caribbean 0 0 Investments $10,787,000
Europe 0 0 Investments $37,470,000
Totals: 0 0 $48,257,000

This organization does not maintain records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

Form 990 2011 Full Details

Tax Year: 2011 (2011-01-01 - 2011-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $7,067,483

Investment Income: $12,041,325

Other Revenue: $4,601,122


Total Revenue
$4,513,573,325

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $73,480

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $858,155,399

Other Expenses: $3,607,654,854


Total Expenses
$4,465,883,733

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $632,799,204

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $47,689,592

Total Liabilities $944,952,291


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$581,171,544

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $29,354,688
Revenue: $21,222,020

Professional Education: Ochsner Clinic Foundation ("OCF") operates one of the nation's largest accredited non-university based graduate medical education programs. In 2011, 232 residents and fellows were appointed to 19 medical and surgical programs sponsored by OCF. Twenty-six (26) additional specialty programs assigned 281 unique residents and fellows (56 scheduled FTEs/mo. on average) to OCF for training through combined programs or joint affiliations with the two local medical schools, LSU & Tulane. All 44 programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Also, over 580 local, regional, national and international medical students chose OCF for core rotations and clinical electives. In 2009 Ochsner opened the Ochsner Clinical School in partnership with the University Queensland, Australia ("UQ") providing expanded opportunity for medical students for U.S. citizens. During the school year, 79 UQ students rotated through Ochsner for their clinical clerkships. Through a consortium relationship with Our Lady of Holy Cross College, 32 students in radiologic technology and respiratory are appointed for clinical training. Additionally, a total of 1,897 unique allied health students participated in allied health and nursing education across the Ochsner System in 2011: 526 unique allied health students from 36 schools representing 35 programs at 9 Ochsner sites, and there are 120 mid-level provider students from 11 schools representing 9 programs at 9 Ochsner sites.

Expenses: $9,258,815
Revenue: $13,403,994

Elmwood Fitness Center: provides fitness services to patients and members of the public.

Expenses: $9,921,892
Revenue: $2,989,491

Medical Research: Operate eight basic science research laboratories andhave approximately 300 open clinical trials in 27 clinical areas.Approximately 1,400 patients participate in Ochsner Clinical researchannually. Every, clinical trial is overseen by the Ochsnerinstitutional review board, which provides oversight of the safety ofthe human subjects participating in clinical trials. Established theCenter for Health Research in 2006, the mission of which is to advanceknowledge, improve clinical practice, and the health and well-being ofthe community. From inception, over 2,000 patients have been involved in outcomes based research conducted by the center.

Expenses: $2,047,230
Revenue: $3,219,895

Rent-physical plant: Ochsner Clinic Foundation rents its physical plantto related 501(c)(3) organizations. The majority of the rental is toBrent House Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary and exempt 501(c)(3)organization. Brent House fully reimburses Ochsner for expenses relatedto the Hotel.

Expenses: $0
Revenue: $73,683

Equity Income: Equity Income from Joint Venture providing medical care.

Expenses: $962,047
Revenue: $147,470

Ochsner maintains a free parking garage for employees and patients.Revenue is attributable to the optional valet parking service, which isoffered for the convenience of Ochsner's patients.

Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities

Political Expenditures: $0

This organization filed Form 4720 for this year.

This organization attempted to influence foreign, national, state or local legislation through the use of:

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
Caribbean 0 0 Investments $12,826,000
Europe 0 0 Investments $6,335,000
Totals: 0 0 $19,161,000

This organization does not maintain records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

Form 990 2010 Full Details

Tax Year: 2010 (2010-01-01 - 2010-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $12,306,979

Investment Income: $13,282,965

Other Revenue: $10,978,622


Total Revenue
$4,156,997,467

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $72,377

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $790,809,915

Other Expenses: $3,283,446,011


Total Expenses
$4,074,328,303

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $550,016,000

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $82,669,164

Total Liabilities $618,458,214


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$632,799,204

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $34,300,132
Revenue: $20,778,171

Professional Education: OCF operates one of the nation's largest accredited non-university based graduate medical education programs. In 2010, 225 residents and fellows were appointed to 18 medical and surgical programs sponsored by OCF. Twenty-six (26) additional specialty programs assigned 281 unique residents and fellows (56 scheduled FTEs/mo. on average) to OCF for training through combined programs or joint affiliations with the two local medical schools, LSU & Tulane. All 44 programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Also, over 450 local, regional, national and international medical students chose OCF for core rotations and clinical electives. In 2009 Ochsner opened the Ochsner Clinical School in partnership with the University Queensland, Australia providing expanded opportunity for medical students for U.S. citizens. During the 2009-2010 Academic year, approximately 100 UQ students rotated through Ochsner for their clinical clerkships. Through a consortium relationship with Our Lady of Holy Cross College, 26 students in radiologic technology and respiratory are appointed for clinical training. Additionally, a total of 1,325 unique allied health students participated in allied health and nursing education across the Ochsner System in 2010: 471 unique allied health students from 38 schools representing 32 programs at 10 Ochsner sites, and there are 854 nursing student clinical rotations from 13 schools at 7 Ochsner sites.

Expenses: $11,671,798
Revenue: $12,335,353

Elmwood Fitness Center: provides fitness services to patients and members of the public.

Expenses: $11,336,502
Revenue: $5,195,220

Medical Research: Operate eight basic science research laboratories and have approximately 300 open clinical trials in 27 clinical areas. Approximately 1000 patients participate in Ochsner Clinical research annually. Every, clinical trial is overseen by the Ochsner institutional review board, which provides oversight of the safety of the human subjects participating in clinical trials. Established the Center for Health Research in 2006, the mission of which is to advance knowledge, improve clinical practice, and the health and well-being of the community. Over 2,000 patients are involved in outcomes based research conducted by the center.

Expenses: $2,047,230
Revenue: $3,145,537

Rent-physical plant: Ochsner Clinic Foundation rents its physical plant to related 501(c)(3) organizations. The majority of the rental is to Brent House Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary and exempt 501(c)(3) organization. Brent House fully reimburses Ochsner for expenses related to the Hotel.

Expenses: $987,913
Revenue: $143,816

Ochsner maintains a free parking garage for employees and patients.Revenue is attributable to the optional valet parking service, which isoffered for the convenience of Ochsner's patients.

Expenses: $0
Revenue: $200,314

Equity Income: Equity Income from Joint Venture providing medical care.

Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities

Political Expenditures: $0

This organization filed Form 4720 for this year.

This organization attempted to influence foreign, national, state or local legislation through the use of:
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