June 20, 2012
Two new executives are joining the leadership team of the Sisters of Charity Health System. David M. Cecero, FACHE, will join the health system as senior vice president of health care operations, and Andy Motz recently joined as chief procurement officer. [More]
June 15, 2012
Dr. Lidia Navarrete was honored with the Leadership In Diversity Award at the Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina Strategic Grant Awards Luncheon held June 12. [More]
June 15, 2012
Christopher M. Kelly, a partner at Jones Day, a global law firm practicing in the major centers of business and finance throughout the world, has joined the board of directors of the Cleveland-based Sisters of Charity Health System, one of several leading Catholic health care systems in the country. [More]
May 29, 2012
Providence Hospitals has announced its 2012 recipient of the Dr. Preston A. Jones Memorial Scholarship: Callie Carroll, a medical student at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. [More]
May 21, 2012
The Sisters of Charity Health System Board of Directors approved the nomination of four new members to the Providence Hospitals Board of Trustees. [More]
May 3, 2012
Libby Anne comes to Providence Hospitals from the American Red Cross where she served as the regional chief development officer for the Columbia, SC region and led a team that was recognized as the “Best Overall Fund Raising Chapter.” [More]
April 27, 2012
Two St. Vincent Charity Medical Center physicians will be honored at the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & Northern Ohio (AMCNO) Annual Meeting Dinner and Awards Presentation on Friday, April 27 at the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland. Louis Keppler, M.D., co-director of St. Vincent Charity’s Spine and Orthopedic Institute, will receive the 2012 Clinician of the Year designation for his long-time devotion and service to his patients. The award was given in recognition that “Dr. Keppler exemplifies the highest ideals and ethics of the medical profession.”
At this same event, the academy’s foundation, the Academy of Medicine Education Foundation (AMEF), will bestow its inaugural AMEF Philanthropy Award on John Bastulli, M.D., St. Vincent Charity’s president of medical staff. He will be recognized for his “unparalleled commitment to the AMEF” and for his work as an outstanding fundraiser. It was through Dr. Bastulli’s vision and leadership that the AMEF launched the Marissa Rose Biddlestone Memorial Golf outing, which has become one of the major fundraising events for the foundation. The AMEF will present six local medical students with scholarships worth $5,000 each at the dinner.
April 19, 2012
Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA, president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System, has announced the appointment of Terrence P. Kessler as general counsel for the Cleveland-based health system. [More]
March 30, 2012
When 37 of the Lost Boys of Sudan fled their war-torn homeland for Cleveland in 2001, Sister Mary Frances Harrington, CSJ, was there to welcome them with open arms and ensure Cleveland became their new home. Now 80 and an assisted-living resident at ReginaHealth Center, her schedule is as busy as ever... read more in the latest edition of "The Heart of Regina Health Center" newsletter. (see the link below to open a .PDF file of the newsletter)
RHC12.1_SpringNews_FINAL.pdf (1.46 mb)
March 16, 2012
Sisters of Charity Health System Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gisele Greene was the featured speaker at the class of 2015 “White Coat” celebration of achievement ceremony at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine in February. Students in the class of 2015 received white coats that represented their decision to commit themselves to a field of study in science and medicine. The Cleveland School of Science and Medicine is a unique partnership between the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and nine Cleveland institutions to create the nation’s best college-preparatory school for high-achieving students interested in entering science or health-related professions. During her keynote address, Dr. Greene told students that the path they are taking will surely lead to making a difference for many over time, whether it be at the beside with the sick, or in the laboratory exploring the experimental. She also charged the students to honor the trust and promise that the white coat conveys to all who see it. She added, “You are here—get focused, stay focused, and stay the course. May your white coat envelope and empower you to excellence. You will succeed. You will succeed.” To see a video of Dr. Greene delivering her keynote address, click here.
The school is hosting a fundraising dinner on April 27 at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland. For more information, please see the link below to download a flyer about the event.
CSSM event info.pdf (556.93 kb)