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Healthy Learners Champions for Children Golf Tournament hits the links October 24

The 19th Annual Healthy Learners Champions for Children Golf Tournament in Memory of George Younginer tees off October 24 at the Fort Jackson Golf Club in Columbia, South Carolina. The tournament will include a day of golf, food, entertainment, contests and prizes. The much-needed funds will help to support the mission of Healthy Learners.[More]

tags: Healthy Learners, Outreach

Regina Health Center receives 9th consecutive assisted living deficiency-free survey from Ohio Department of Health

Receiving one deficiency-free survey is difficult to achieve. Receiving nine in a row is truly remarkable. Regina Health Center’s Assisted Living recently received a deficiency-free survey from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), which marked the ninth year in a row the ministry has received this perfect rating.[More]

tags: Regina Health Center, health care

Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina honors three kinship caregivers with 2018 Unsung Hero Awards

The Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina has awarded three 2018 Unsung Hero Awards across the State of South Carolina to individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary care to enhance the well-being of children in South Carolina’s kinship families as part of the foundation’s Kinship Care Initiative.[More]

tags: Sisters of Charity Foundation of South Carolina, Foundations

St. Vincent Charity physician offers advice for surviving a severe allergy season

Ragweed pollen, which causes hay fever, usually hits peak levels in mid-September, but temperature changes and rain over the past several weeks have led to record high daily pollen counts with no signs of tapering-off. The Plain Dealer recently spoke with Dr. Keyvan Ravakhah, internal medicine specialist and department of medicine chairman at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, about advice for surviving a particularly brutal allergy season.[More]

tags: St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, health care

Called to be extraordinary: Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland president on innovating for the future

As a member of the Fund for Our Economic Future, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland looks to influence innovation and challenging the status quo throughout Greater Cleveland, in an attempt to provide economic opportunities for all members of the community. Through The Innovation Mission fellowship, the foundation looks to empower five experts to develop their own innovative approaches to breaking the cycle of poverty. Foundation president Susanna Krey recently shared her thoughts on the organization’s blog.[More]

tags: Foundations, Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland

Health care and community leaders welcome new SCHS president & CEO at GCHI event

Cleveland and Northeast Ohio medical and community leaders recently gathered at the Global Center for Health Innovation to welcome Thomas J. Strauss as president & CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System. More than 300 community, industry and ministry leaders gathered for the event, which featured a keynote from Tom, as well as remarks from Sister Judith Ann Karam CSA, congregational leader of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine; Robert Spangler M.D., board chair of the Sisters of Charity Health System; and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish. 

Highly regarded in the health care industry nationally, Tom joined the Sisters of Charity Health System in January 2017. Headquartered in Cleveland, the health system includes two Catholic hospitals, two elder care facilities, three grantmaking foundations, and five outreach organizations in Ohio and South Carolina.

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The Sisters of Charity Health System is rooted in our Catholic faith and values, fighting to save lives daily.

“For I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink; a stranger and you welcomed me; naked and you clothed me; ill and you cared for me… in so far as you did this to one of the least of these sisters and brothers of mine, you did it for me.”
Matthew 25: 35-36, 40