Saint Vincent Hospital goes beyond the basics to provide our patients with services for every condition, and every need. Whether it is through our satellite locations in the community or special events and programs at the hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital’s commitment to caring for our patients is unrivaled.
Clinical Pastoral Education
Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at Saint Vincent Hospital at Worcester Medical Center provides ecumenical professional training for clergy and others who will be engaged in future ministry. CPE provides a training environment for those aspiring to be institutional chaplains as well as those who are preparing for professional and vocational ministry. Learn More
The Saint Vincent Hospital Dialysis Unit at Worcester Medical Center is a licensed member of the End Stage Renal Disease Network. The Hemodialysis Unit is open six days a week, Monday through Saturday, for chronic Hemodialysis treatments. Learn More
Food & Nutrition Department
The Food & Nutrition Services Department, managed by Morrison Management Specialist, has a mission to provide nutritionally sound, quality controlled, satisfying and appetizing meals to patients, employees and visitors. Care is provided in a multidisciplinary manner, in collaboration with the other members of the care team, which includes, but is not limited to Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Speech Therapists, Physical Therapists, Social Services and Discharge Planners. Learn More
Home Care & Hospice
MetroWest HomeCare & Hospice now provides services to 40 communities from Worcester to Wellesley and south to the Rhode Island border and as of June 1, 2010 is now accepting Fallon Insurance. For more information click here.
Your primary care physician may arrange for your medical care to be provided by a hospitalist while you are a patient at Saint Vincent Hospital. Learn more To meet our Hospitalist Team click here Hospitalist Flyer.pdf
Prenatal Care Program
Most medical experts agree that mothers-to-be benefit greatly from prenatal care. In fact, women who visit their health care provider regularly during pregnancy have healthier babies, are less likely to deliver prematurely and are less likely to have other serious medical problems related to pregnancy. Learn More