June 17, 2011

Sun Newspapers Features Upcoming St. John Medical Center Renovations and Groundbreaking Ceremony

St. John Medical Center, which is co-owned by University Hospitals and Sisters of Charity Health System, was featured in a recent Sun Newspapers article describing details of the planned renovations and upcoming groundbreaking ceremony to kick-off the project. St. John Medical Center in Westlake is set for a major overhaul More...
June 16, 2011

Series of Forums Aims to Show What National Health Reform Will Mean to You

A series of three forums held at Cleveland State University in May and June aims to help attendees learn more about national health care reform. Free and open to the public, the forums are designed to encourage dialogue between citizens, government leaders and stakeholders in health care. More...
June 9, 2011

VIDEO: How Reform Will Advance the Healing Mission

At the 2011 Catholic Health Assembly, the Catholic Health Association premiered four videos detailing the important policy changes included in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  The Sisters of Charity Health System joined CHA in advocating for passage of health reform. More...
June 7, 2011

Sisters of Charity Health System president and CEO elected to Catholic Health Association Board of Trustees

In an election held during the 2011 Catholic Health Assembly in Atlanta, June 5-7, Sr. Judith Ann Karam, CSA, president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System, was installed to the Catholic Health Association’s Board of Trustees. This is Sr. Judith Ann’s first term, which will span three years. More...
May 20, 2011

Low-Cost Blood Screenings Offered at Mercy Health Center of Carroll County May 27

Mercy Health Center of Carroll County, located at 125 Canton Road in Carrollton, Ohio, will offer low-cost blood screenings on Friday, May 27, from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. These low-cost blood screenings are offered the fourth Friday of each month. More...
May 16, 2011

Letter to the Editor: Sisters Making South Carolina Better

In 2011, the three foundations of the Sisters of Charity Health System celebrate their 15th anniversary. In note of this milestone and all the work that came before it, Tom Keith, president of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, penned the following letter to The State, which published it on May 16, 2011. More...
May 13, 2011

Series of Forums Aims to Show What National Health Reform Will Mean to You

A series of three forums to be held at Cleveland State University in May and June aims to help attendees learn more about national health care reform. Free and open to the public, the forums are designed to encourage dialogue between citizens, government leaders and stakeholders in health care. More...
May 12, 2011

We Are Thankful

…to our Sisters of Charity Health System physicians, nurses, administrators, volunteers and associates for providing quality, compassionate health care to the community. More...
May 11, 2011

Video: Sr. Judith Ann Karam notes Cleveland Medical Mart as a place to convene a community of service among nation's medical leaders

As featured in the following video, Sr. Judith Ann Karam, CSA, president and CEO of Sisters of Charity Health System, sees the future Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center as a meeting ground for health care industry leaders, a place to move away silos and bring together a community of service among the nation's medical leaders. More...
March 28, 2011

Dr. David Perse named president of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

The Board of Directors of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA, President and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System, have named David Perse, M.D., President of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, effective April 15, 2011. Dr. Perse is the current President of Lutheran Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Hospital. More...

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