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Since 1851...

...the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine have cared for the health needs of Cleveland. But, they never did it alone. Generous supporters in the community were instrumental in their work from day one.

Today the caregivers of St. Vincent Charity continue in the footsteps of the Sisters – and philanthropic support is just as vital today as it was when the hospital was founded in 1865. Your gift of any amount will extend the healing mission of the Sisters of Charity of St. Augustine, providing high-quality, faith-based medical care to someone in need. 

Read more about the patients impacted by your gifts on our blog, Radiant

Stories of Impact

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St. Vincent Development Foundation
2351 East 22nd Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Recent Posts

April 10, 2020


St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is grateful to all individuals and organizations willing to help our caregivers, patients and community during the COVID-19 crisis. With the expected surge in coronavirus-related cases, we are taking critical steps ...continue reading

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March 10, 2020

15 years after degenerated disc removal, patient keeps unfilled pain prescription in frame

Veronica Ringholz’s journey began with a car accident in 2004. While she felt fine after the accident, months later she began passing out and losing strength in her arms and hands. The young, single parent struggled with daily activities at home to c ...continue reading

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February 6, 2020

Rosary Hall donor establishes $50,000 endowment to help support uninsured and under-insured patients

Gary Storch freely admits that he would not be alive today if it wasn’t for Rosary Hall at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. He started drinking at the age of 15 and came to Rosary Hall in the late 1970s at the age of 18. He was without health insu ...continue reading

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January 28, 2020

Spine & Orthopedic Institute resolves adjacent segment degeneration for long-time grateful patient

Cleveland-area native Sal Fragapane was not surprised when he started experiencing back pain 15 years after having spinal fusion surgery. In fact, his surgeon, St. Vincent Charity Neurosurgeon John S. Collis, M.D., had warned Sal at the time of his f ...continue reading

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