February 20, 2017

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center’s Rosary Hall leader featured on WKSU series “Opiods: Turning the Tide in the Crisis”

In a recent installment of its series, “Opioids: Turning the Tide in the Crisis,” WKSU interviewed Ted Parrin, M.D., associate medical director of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center’s Rosary Hall and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center medical resident Elliot Schwartz, M.D., about the role pain management has played in the deadly epidemic and how it is changing the way medical students are being taught. [More]
February 14, 2017

Sen. Brown visits St. Vincent Charity Medical Center to learn about work to combat opioid epidemic

U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown visited St. Vincent Charity Medical Center February 6 to learn more about the hospital`s approach to treating opioid addiction. He hosted a roundtable with addiction treatment medical professionals and met with patients from Rosary Hall. [More]
February 8, 2017

Crain’s names St. Vincent Charity Medical Center surgeon one of “five to watch in health care”

Crain’s Cleveland Business named Michael Canales, D.P.M., a foot and ankle surgeon at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, to its “five to watch in health care” list in Northeast Ohio. [More]
January 27, 2017

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center provides drug and alcohol impact statistics

As part of National Drug and Alcohol Facts week, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center provided statistics about the impact of drug and alcohol addiction in the recent issue of its monthly online radiant newsletter. [More]
January 24, 2017

St. Vincent Charity board elects new leadership and names new members

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center expanded its board of directors and elected new board leadership beginning January 1. Robert W. Varley was elected board chair by the governing committee, assuming the leadership position held for more than 10 years by Melvin G. Pye, Jr. [More]
January 20, 2017

Health System deputy general counsel nominated as Fellow of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation

Shannon Fogarty Jerse, deputy general counsel for the Sisters of Charity Health System and general counsel to St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, has been nominated to become a Fellow of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Foundation (CMBF). [More]
January 17, 2017

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center’s Rosary Hall encourages patients to give up control to recover

A patient turned volunteer at Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center discussed her addiction and hopes of providing relatable insights to patients and helping them piece their lives back together in an article that ran in the hospital’s online monthly newsletter. [More]
January 12, 2017

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center team works to end woman’s decade-long journey with chronic pain

After slipping on ice and destroying her ankle, Celeste Cocca endured several unsuccessful surgeries and lived in constant pain for 10 years. Finally, she was referred to St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, where a team of caregivers helped eradicate her pain. [More]
January 10, 2017

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center’s Rosary Hall featured on podcast

Orlando Howard, the manager of outpatient services at Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, was interviewed by Cover 2, a foundation that helps support the mission to fight opiate addiction. Read a recap of the interview or listen to the full interview here. [More]
January 9, 2017

Thomas J. Strauss to lead Sisters of Charity Health System

Thomas J. Strauss has been selected as the new president & CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System. Headquartered in Cleveland, the health system includes two Catholic hospitals, two elder care facilities, three grantmaking foundations addressing the root causes of poverty, and five outreach organizations in Ohio and South Carolina. [More]

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