Patient Information & Frequently Asked Questions
Your health needs are important to us. Recently, we announced the decision for St. Vincent Charity Medical Center to solely provide ambulatory care. This transition will be completed by November 15, 2022. We want you to know that you can expect continued high-quality, compassionate care now and throughout the transition.Learn more
ST. VINCENT CHARITY MEDICAL CENTER AND THE SISTERS OF CHARITY HEALTH SYSTEM TRANSFORM EAST 22ND STREET CAMPUS TO BUILD ON THEIR DEVOTION TO HEALING
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center transitions from acute care to ambulatory care as part of adaptive reuse of the campus that will also bring new partners to meet community-identified needs through holistic care
The Sisters of Charity Health System and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center today announced the vision for the St. Vincent Charity Health Campus. This new ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System will transform the Sisters of Charity’s property on East 22nd Street, including St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, into a vibrant hub that promotes holistic health and wellness through health care and services that address the social determinants of health. This vision extends the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine’s healing ministry established in 1851 to serve unmet needs in our community.
“The Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine have always partnered with many to serve Cleveland through a devotion to healing – spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally. The vision for the St. Vincent Charity Health Campus advances our mission to provide a holistic and integrated model of high-quality care,” said Sister Judith Ann Karam, CSA, LFACHE, congregational leader of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine. “I am proud that the St. Vincent Charity Health Campus will build on the legacy of our treasured caregivers and medical staff, and also Sister Ignatia Gavin, CSA – founder of Rosary Hall – by establishing new community-based health services.”Read more
WE ARE CLEVELAND’S DOWNTOWN HOSPITAL
Cleveland’s first and only downtown hospital, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is the city’s faith-based, high-quality health care provider. Our distinguished doctors and caregivers are devoted to treating every patient with clinical excellence and compassionate care. Home to the renowned Spine and Orthopedic Institute and the Center for Bariatric Surgery, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center has services in cardiovascular, emergency medicine, primary care, occupational health, behavioral health and addiction medicine. Owned by the Sisters of Charity Health System, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center has provided Care Beyond Medicine since 1865.
Spine and Orthopedic Institute - A Center of Excellence
The Spine and Orthopedic Institute offers complete surgical and medical care for individuals with injuries and chronic conditions of the neck, back, joints and bones. Using advanced spine and orthopedic procedures, we focus on returning patients to full functionality through a multidisciplinary approach to care.
We offer a variety of inpatient and outpatient services to those in need of behavioral health treatment, whether for psychiatric or alcohol and drug dependency issues. Using an interdisciplinary approach, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center’s dedicated team delivers compassionate care that focuses on the needs of the whole patient.Read More
Bariatric Surgery Center - A Center of Excellence
The Center for Bariatric Surgery at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center creates personal weight-loss programs from individualized care plans. This is what care beyond medicine means to us. We don’t just change numbers on a scale: We change lives, and we’ve been doing it for decades. As the first facility to be named a Bariatric Surgery Center for Excellence in the region, our program has changed more than 8,000 lives through bariatric surgery.
A ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System
Headquartered in Cleveland, the Sisters of Charity Health System includes two Catholic hospitals, two elder face facilities, three grantmaking foundations addressing the root causes of poverty, and six health and human service outreach organizations.