August 16, 2016

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland president co-chairs Cleveland schools' scholarship luncheon

The Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) recently held its 8th annual Army of Believers Scholarship Luncheon in downtown Cleveland to assist CMSD graduating seniors with scholarships to college. Susanna Krey, president of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, served as the event’s honorary co-chair. [More]
August 4, 2016

Sisters of Charity Health System and the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Honor the Legacy of Congressman Steve LaTourette

The Sisters of Charity Health System and the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine are deeply saddened by the passing of former Congressman Steve LaTourette on Wednesday, August 3rd. We extend our deepest sympathies to the LaTourette family and our sisters’ prayers are with the family during this time of mourning. [More]
July 25, 2016

SCHS communicator chosen for Leadership Cleveland class of 2017

Heather Stoll, vice president of external affairs for the Sisters of Charity Health System, has been selected to the Leadership Cleveland class of 2017 by the Cleveland Leadership Center (CLC). Stoll joins a class of 65 other members who were chosen through a competitive and highly selective application process. [More]
July 21, 2016

Sisters of Charity Health System & partners launch #SpeakUpCLE social media campaign to take a stand against poverty

Clevelanders are known for our grit. We fight for what we believe in … and right now, there’s plenty to believe in. But that’s only half the story. Nearly 40% of Clevelanders are living in poverty. Almost 60% of Cleveland’s children live in poverty. This is a reality we must face long after the crowds have disappeared.Poverty is a formidable foe … but Cleveland is a city of fighters. Many partners throughout this city and beyond are working to make real impact through: Quality education | Safe, healthy and affordable housing | Food security | Quality, affordable health care | Job creation, preparation and access.

Take a stand against poverty. Join the conversation. #SpeakUpCLE. [More]
June 16, 2016

Sisters of Charity Health System president & CEO plans to retire

Terrence Kessler, president & CEO and general counsel of the Sisters of Charity Health System, has announced his plans to retire at the end of 2016. Health System Board Chair Robert Spangler M.D. has appointed a committee of the board to oversee the search process to identify Kessler’s successor.

“This is a carefully planned transition in leadership designed to assure continuity and continued strategic advancement of our hospitals, foundations and outreach ministries, as well as the corporate office of the Sisters of Charity Health System,” said Spangler. Kessler will continue to serve until a new president & CEO is named and will assist with the transition, which is expected to be complete by December 31. [More]
June 13, 2016

Sisters of Charity Health System and the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine Honor the Legacy of Senator George Voinovich

The Sisters of Charity Health System and the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine are deeply saddened by the passing of former Senator George Voinovich on Sunday, June 12th. We extend our deepest sympathies to the Voinovich family and our sisters’ prayers are with the family during this time of mourning. [More]
June 8, 2016

SCHS communicators present at Catholic Health Assembly about promoting Catholic identity

The Sisters of Charity Health System’s Susanna H. Krey, senior vice president of foundations, outreach ministries and external affairs, and Heather Stoll, vice president of external affairs, presented an innovation session at the 2016 Catholic Health Assembly, June 5-7 in Orlando, Florida.

Their presentation, “Communications Guidelines for Promoting Catholic Identity after a Hospital Sale,” was June 6. During the session, they presented a case study on guidelines and how they were introduced to a new partner, focusing on the real-life example of the sale of Providence Hospitals in South Carolina to LifePoint Health. The session also demonstrated how the health system transferred best practices in promoting Catholic identity and how these best practices could apply to similar situations. [More]
May 5, 2016

Health system employee and her mom featured on United Way blog

Heather Stoll, vice president of external affairs for the Sisters of Charity Health System, and her mother, Kathleen Stoll, have been volunteering at the United Way of Greater Cleveland for many years. In a blog post on the United Way website, they reflected on the opportunity to volunteer together. [More]
April 18, 2016

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth, United Way and CareSource team up to advance Accountable Health Communities model

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth, United Way and CareSource, are teaming up to apply for a federal $4.5 million grant to advance the patient-centered Accountable Health Communities model, which addresses gaps between clinical care and community services. With their grant application due in May, partner MetroHealth is working to pilot systems to better integrate the United Way 2-1-1 Help Center to connect patients with social services. Together, the partners recognize that access to stable housing, healthy food and transportation help improve health outcomes. [More]
March 27, 2016

An Easter blessing for a season of rebirth and hope

In His great mercy, He has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ - Peter 1:3. We at the Sisters of Charity Health System wish you a joyful Easter. This blessed season renews our spirit and inspires our work to address the unmet needs of many.
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