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Stories of Impact
January 13, 2022
The Sisters of Charity Health system extends our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jim Castle, who passed away January 7. Jim was the president and CEO of the Ohio Hospital Association (OHA) for 23 years before he retired in 2011. “Having led the OHA for more than two decades, Jim made a lasting impact on health care in Northeast Ohio and across Ohio. He was a visionary leader and a wonderful partner to the Sisters of Charity Health System,” said Janice G. Murphy, president and CEO of the Sisters of Charity Health System.
January 12, 2022
Join in a virtual celebration to honor the life and legacy of civil rights leader The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Friday, January 14 at 8 a.m. St. Vincent Charity Medical Center and other Northeast Ohio health systems are sponsoring the 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Celebration: Building Community Together virtual event.
January 5, 2022
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Matthew Levy writes a monthly column for the Cleveland Jewish News focusing on orthopedic issues, concerns and topics. One of his latest columns focuses on the effectiveness of the use of multiple non-opioid medications and techniques, or multimodal analgesia, to manage pain, particularly after knee surgery and total knee replacement.
January 3, 2022
Joseph’s Home is one of 16 agency partners of the United Way of Greater Cleveland to receive $2.6 million in grants as part of its Community Hub for Basic Needs program. Joseph’s Home will receive $130,000 for the new Mary’s Home, which will provide a safe place for single adult women who are experiencing homelessness and have an acute medical condition when it opens by the end of January.