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WE ARE ALL CAREGIVERS. No matter what your position, at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center all of our employees are known as Caregivers. This reflects our belief that everyone is involved in the healing process.

As Cleveland’s faith-based, high-quality hospital, not only do we have the lowest turnover rate among nursing staff in the Cleveland area, but we also offer competitive salaries and benefits. As our annual Caregiver Satisfaction Surveys demonstrate, we have a high level of engagement and devotion not only to delivering excellent care, but also in carrying out our healing mission. As a teaching hospital, we have a dynamic academic environment that brings energy and vibrancy to our daily work. Together with our residents, our doctors and caregivers serve a diverse population of patients that includes our immediate urban neighborhood as well as residents from the outlying suburbs and beyond.

In addition to their enriching career in healthcare, our Caregivers have the opportunity to get involved in many activities, whether it’s volunteering at community-based events, celebrating our legacy of caring with the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, participating in our advertising campaign or being honored for 55 years of service. Working at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is like being part of family

Simply put, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is an organization at which you can enrich your career in a diverse, dynamic and clinically outstanding environment. We’re centrally located just off I-90 and I-77 at East 22nd Street in downtown Cleveland’s Campus District, home also to Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College.

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we’re doing what we do best. Giving. So throughout our anniversary year, we will hold events where we give in allotments of 150. It’s our way of saying thank you to our dear friend of 150 years, the entire Cleveland community.

Regina Brett Community Talk

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center hosted New York Times bestselling and local author Regina Brett at a community event to raise awareness of the warning signs and challenges of dealing with mental health issues. The event coincided with National Mental Health Awareness Month and 100% of the funds raised went to support St. Vincent Charity’s nationally-recognized Psychiatric Emergency Department.

Spring Clean Up

We’re donating 150 volunteer hours from St. Vincent employees to clean up E. 30th Street in the Campus District area. Because giving back is good for Cleveland, good the community and even better for all of us.

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