2021 Annual Impact Report

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Mission, vision & core values

As CommonSpirit Health, we make the healing presence of God known in our world by improving the health of the people we serve especially those who are vulnerable while we advance social justice for all.

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A message from our leadership

This past year our care community has been tested in ways that again and again demonstrate what makes St. Luke’s Health a world-class exemplar of high-value, high-quality care: the grit, resilience and commitment to patient safety and wellness that each of our employees brings to their work every single day.

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Our Texas Division

We’re proud to serve communities in Texas. We’re here for you. Always. To learn more about how you can be part of our healing ministry, please visit us at

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Giving by the numbers

This year, our donors came together to realize the power of generosity and gratitude in our community. The results have been inspiring.

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At the heart of gratitude

Simple acts of kindness lifted Tonya and Larry Hedleston during one of the lowest points of their lives. It was 2012 and although Larry had undergone a quadruple bypass in a Beaumont hospital two years earlier, he had never fully recovered. He had been unable to participate in the prescribed cardiac rehabilitation program, and he felt terribly weak. As he lay in the ICU, Tonya knew he needed a higher level of care. She asked that the hospital transfer him to a Houston hospital – any hospital – where she believed the care would be better. Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center answered the call.

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Your generosity, their sacrifice

Across our Texas Division, team members, driven by our mission, have spent the past 18 months putting the needs of others ahead of themselves. In the face of this pandemic, their commitment to the communities we serve is humbling and has been supported by incredible generosity from our family of donors.

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Meet the Division Vice President
for Philanthropy –
Dan Martin, EdD, JD, MBA

Dan joined St Luke’s Health this past April after many years as the president and CEO of Seattle Pacific University. Dan has generated more than $250 million throughout his career, including a recent $27 million campaign. He has a proven track record in capital campaigns, prospect research, data analytics and reporting, annual giving, as well as donor cultivation and solicitation. A graduate of the University of Kansas, Dan was born and raised in Kansas City.

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