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St. Vincent Charity Radiant Blog: Dr. Michael Canales provides life-saving treatment for mom with infected diabetic foot ulcer

Michael Canales, D.P.M., one of many master surgeons at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, is widely regarded for his expertise in medical and surgical care for foot and ankle injuries. He recently treated a woman from West Virginia who had been suffering for several weeks from a diabetic foot ulcer. A friend told her about St. Vincent Charity and Dr. Canales because of their combined reputation as the best in the field.[More]

tags: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, health care

Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland program officer discusses innovation for social change

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland’s fellowship, known as The Innovation Mission, is a powerful opportunity for accomplished professionals to advance their innovative ideas to change the trajectory of poverty in Cleveland. The foundation is sharing their journey over the course of 18 months. In this installment, the foundation's Program Officer Margaret Eigsti explains why innovation should be practiced across the social sector.[More]

tags: Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, Foundations

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center transportation program receives national attention

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center has been a leader—the first hospital in the nation—to remove the barrier of transportation for addiction medicine patients, which has gained national attention. A client of Rosary Hall was featured in a story by The New York Times regarding the importance of non-emergency medical transportation.[More]

tags: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, health care

South Carolina fatherhood program helping men become better fathers

Man 2 Man, which is a program of the South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, works to help more fathers engage with their kids by providing resources and education to help them be the best dads they can be. The News & Press in Darlington recently published an article about the important work the program is doing.[More]

tags: South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families, Outreach

Ask your senators to support the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act

The House of Representatives recently passed the Palliative Care and Hospice Education and Training Act and the bill is now with the Senate for consideration. Please contact your senators today to urge them to support the same act in the Senate. This bipartisan bill would provide new resources for palliative care research, professional training, and education and outreach to help expand the availability of palliative care for all patients and families facing serious or life-threatening illness.[More]

tags: Advocacy, Sisters of Charity Health System