April 27, 2018

Free transportation increases addiction treatment attendance at Rosary Hall

WVIZ-TV recently profiled a program at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center that offers free transportation program to Rosary Hall patients completing intensive outpatient program (IOP) for addiction. The program provides patients in Rosary Hall’s IOP with no-cost, individualized transportation through Uber or Lyft for all assessments and treatment sessions. [More]
April 26, 2018

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton 2017 annual report showcases collaborations and grants

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton recently released its 2017 annual report. With a theme of “Give hope,” the annual report has updates on investments made in 2017 while also showcasing multiple stories that demonstrate the impact the foundation is having by providing examples of the programs the foundation funds. [More]
April 25, 2018

Joseph’s Journey: New behavioral health director elevates the level of integrated care at Joseph’s Home

Joseph’s Home recently hired a new behavioral health director, Michael Biscaro, PsyD, to ensure each resident’s whole health needs are addressed. Read the complete Joseph's Journey newsletter for additional news, upcoming events, stories of how Joseph’s Home carries out its mission, and more. [More]
April 25, 2018

Mercy Medical Center offers free cancer screenings

Mercy Cancer Center at Mercy Medical Center is offering free skin cancer screenings Monday, May 14, to promote prevention and early detection of the disease. Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers in the United States, with one in five Americans developing skin cancer during their lifetime. [More]
April 20, 2018

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center spine surgeon named president of Mid-America Orthopedic Association

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center spine surgeon Robert McLain, M.D., was named president of the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association at the organization’s annual meeting in April. Dr. McLain will help guide the organization’s mission in 2018-2019 to provide educational and fellowship opportunities for its 1,400 orthopedic surgeon members in 20 states. [More]
April 17, 2018

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center residents host Doctors' Day show-and-tell with preschool students

In celebration of the national observance of Doctors’ Day, two St. Vincent Charity medical residents visited the Bingham Early Learning Center. Dr. Randol Kennedy and Dr. Emre Bucak did show-and-tell and dress-up with the preschool children. They also spoke to the kids about how doctors help keep people healthy and why going to the doctor shouldn’t be scary. [More]
April 13, 2018

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland president discusses “bold move” to launch The Innovation Mission

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland President Sue Krey spoke to Philanthropy Ohio about the foundation’s experience with The Innovation Mission fellowship for the organization’s Philanthropy Review spring 2018 publication. Her article appears in the “Conversations with Colleagues” section, which asked foundation leaders across Ohio to “describe the bold moves they’ve recently undertaken.” [More]
April 12, 2018

The Heart of Regina Health Center: 25 Years of Responding to Unmet Needs with the Highest Quality Care

Regina Health Center (RHC) welcomed its first residents in May 1993, but the seeds of meeting unmet community needs were planted more than 166 years earlier when the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine (CSA) came to Cleveland from France in 1851 to begin Catholic health care. Twenty-five years after opening its doors, RHC is still thriving. [More]
April 11, 2018

Early Childhood Resource Center focuses on the power of coaching

Coaching is a powerful way to teach educators and parents alike, which is why the Early Childhood Resources Center focuses on a number of coaching techniques. The latest issue of the ECRC Community Chronicle newsletter highlights the many ways the center uses coaching to teach parents and educators [More]
April 6, 2018

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton provides support to Stark County initiative working to reduce infant mortality

Toward Health Resiliency for Infant Vitality and Equity (THRIVE) is a collaborative of Stark County residents, community organizations/agencies—including the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Canton—and businesses focused on preventing and reducing infant death rates and disparities in birth outcomes. The initiative has made strides toward reducing infant mortality in the county, as reported by The Canton Repository and WKSU.org. [More]

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