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Health Literacy Institute

Health Literacy Institute

The Health Literacy Institute at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center is made up of a team of Caregivers who are steadfastly dedicated to improving health through better communication.

Since 2007, it has been a primary goal of St. Vincent Charity to develop a program model that would institutionalize health literacy across the continuum of patient care. In partnership with Project Learn, grants were received from the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland to help address low health literacy at St. Vincent Charity.

Whether you are a patient, caregiver or healthcare provider, explore this site to learn more about Health Literacy and how it impacts you and your loved ones. Healthcare providers are encouraged to look at our upcoming events and trainings in the area and connect with our expert sources to learn more about adapting health literacy into your health care organization.

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