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St. Vincent Charity Health Campus

The St. Vincent Charity Health Campus will encompass property owned by the Sisters of Charity at East 22nd Street and serve as a catalyst for revitalization in the surrounding area.

The St. Vincent Charity Health Campus will encompass property owned by the Sisters of Charity at East 22nd Street and serve as a catalyst for revitalization in the surrounding area.

As announced in June 2021, MASS Design Group, a global design collective dedicated to delivering architecture that promotes justice and human dignity, has been engaged by the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland to create a Health Campus that provides care for the whole person. In the Central Neighborhood, the Health Campus will build on the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine’s 170-year legacy of healing by bringing new services to the community that address the social determinants of health.

Co-created with and by Central and larger Cleveland community

Methodology

The Sisters of Charity continues to partner with MASS Design Group, a global design collective dedicated to delivering architecture that promotes justice, human dignity and design for healing.

Together, we are employing a process of early listening and engagement embedded in local context, guided by local partners and leaders, and deeply informed by the lived experiences of local residents. Our work centers around a fundamental commitment to the power of design to heal. 

Insights

In partnership with MASS Design Group, we have engaged in a comprehensive co-creation process. This SUMMER 2022 COMMUNITY SURVEY represents one of our current steps.

We invite you to SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS regarding health, what factors impact your health and how we can better serve our community.

Visioning

The St. Vincent Charity Health Campus seeks to promote healing, equity and opportunity, building upon a holistic understanding of community health deeply informed by local residents, partners and community leaders. 

A Health Campus is designed to purposefully attract diverse community partners who will co-locate services on one campus to complement traditional health care services and collectively improve health outcomes of the people served.

  • The design of this Health Campus will build out the changing footprint of St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, which was once exclusively an acute care hospital, into a campus promoting holistic wellness.
  • It will be designed to address health disparities and improve health outcomes by offering additional services beyond health care to address the Social Determinants of Health.
  • The Health Campus will be located on property owned by the Sisters of Charity at East 22nd Street and serve as a catalyst for economic revitalization in the surrounding area.

Our Pilots

Crisis & Recovery

Every person in crisis, and their families, should receive a humane response that treats them with dignity and connects them to appropriate and timely care.

Family & Child

Food Security

Physical Health