Mobile Health Outreach Ministry
Northeast Florida’s only doctor’s office on wheels provides care to those who are medically underserved. The Mobile Health Outreach Ministry has been recognized by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida (BCBSF) Foundation for making a significant positive impact on health-related outcomes for at-risk people and communities.
St. Vincent’s Early Childhood Literacy Intervention Program
Reading is important, especially at an early age. Our program provides books to children who, in many cases, don’t have a book to call their own.
School Nurse Program
Our School Nurse Program places nurses in local disadvantaged schools. These nurses may be the only access to healthcare students have.
Seton Center for Women and Infants Health
Seton Center serves as an educational resource, helping expectant and new parents gain the training and confidence they need during and after childbirth.
Good Samaritan Fund
The Good Samaritan Fund provides less fortunate patients of St. Vincent’s with items and services they are unable to pay for when discharged. This may include medications, home healthcare or a ride home from the hospital.
Northeast Florida’s only mobile mammography unit provides screenings throughout Jacksonville and the surrounding areas.
St. Catherine Labouré Manor
St. Catherine Labouré Manor cares for those in need of short-term, long-term or hospice care. Caregivers are prepared to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of every resident. As one of the largest long-term nursing facilities in Jacksonville, services include a 60-bed Special Care Unit for Alzheimer’s and Dementia residents.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center Southside
Founded in 1873, St. Luke’s Hospital (now St. Vincent’s Southside) serves as the oldest private hospital in Florida. St. Vincent’s Southside offers inpatient and outpatient services at a 313-bed medical center.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center Riverside
Founded in 1916 by the Daughters of Charity, St. Vincent’s
Riverside offers inpatient and outpatient services at a 528-bed medical center.
St. Vincent’s Medical Center Clay County
Opened in October 2013, this 64-bed medical center broke ground on a $33.1 million expansion in May 2015. The J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Women and Infants Pavilion expansion will mean a doubling in size for the medical center. Women’s services and maternity suites will be added along with 30 inpatient beds, 13 treatment rooms in the Emergency Department and a shell to add 30 additional beds in the future.
KTAC assists children whose parent(s) have been diagnosed with cancer. Coordinated by licensed clinical social workers, the sessions involve art projects to facilitate communication in a time when it is needed most. KTAC is free and open to any family in the greater Jacksonville area.
Cancer care often becomes both an emotional and financial burden on the patient and the family. Through generous donations to our Foundation, we are able to support programs and services to make it easier for patients to receive care.