December 22, 2013

Reflection for the fourth week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the fourth week of Advent. [More]
December 20, 2013

Sisters of Charity Health System Announces President and CEO

The Sisters of Charity Health System today announced the appointment of Terrence P. Kessler as president and CEO, a role he has served in an interim capacity since July 2013.

As president and CEO, Kessler oversees the health system’s five Catholic hospitals, two skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, three grantmaking foundations, and six health and human services organizations in Ohio and South Carolina. Kessler also continues his role as the health system’s general counsel, a role he assumed in June 2012. [More]
December 15, 2013

Reflection for the third week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the third week of Advent. [More]
December 8, 2013

Reflection for the second week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the second week of Advent. [More]
December 2, 2013

Sister Judith Ann Karam helps open Global Center for Health Innovation in Cleveland

Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA, congregational leader for the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, participated in the recent grand opening ceremonies for the Global Center for Health Innovation in Cleveland. The center is the only facility in the world that displays the future of health and health care. [More]
December 1, 2013

Reflection for the first week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the first week of Advent. [More]
November 4, 2013

Crain’s notes three legal leaders from across Sisters of Charity Health System in annual list

Crain’s Cleveland Business annually honors the best legal minds representing Northeast Ohio’s public, private, nonprofit and government organizations. This year, three leaders from across the Sisters of Charity Health System are being recognized as finalists in the Crain’s In-House and General Counsel Awards: Shannon Fogarty Jerse, Matthew Heinle and Nadine Ezzie. [More]
October 28, 2013

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, Providence Hospitals and St. John Medical Center score high in patient safety

Three Sisters of Charity Health System hospitals achieved high marks in the latest Hospital Safety Score update from The Leapfrog Group. The Hospital Safety Score assigns A, B, C, D and F grades to more than 2,500 hospitals in the United States based on preventable medical errors, injuries, accidents and infections. Within the Sisters of Charity Health System, St. John Medical Center received an “A,” St. Vincent Charity Medical Center received a "B" and Providence Hospitals received “B” in the fall 2013 update from Leapfrog. [More]
October 22, 2013

Sisters of Charity Health System applauds Controlling Board approval of Medicaid extension

The Sisters of Charity Health System applauds Ohio Governor John Kasich and the Controlling Board for yesterday's decision to approve the release of federal funds for Medicaid extension in Ohio. This decision extends Medicaid to more than 275,000 uninsured Ohioans, who will gain access to health care coverage on January 1, 2014. [More]
October 15, 2013

Issue 1, the 2013 Cuyahoga County Health and Human Services Levy

Each year, hundreds of thousands of families, individuals, children and seniors depend on the vital and often lifesaving services only available through Cuyahoga County’s Health and Human Service programs in Northeast Ohio. This year, the Health and Human Services levy will be Issue 1 on the November ballot. Passage of Issue 1 will ensure that people in crisis across the county have services available when they need them most. [More]

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