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Saint Vincent Hospital has earned top designation for Coronary Intervention!

coronary-int-2023-200x200Saint Vincent Hospital is proud to be named One of America’s Best Coronary Intervention Hospitals for 2023 by Healthgrades! This distinction places us in the top 5% of hospitals nationwide for coronary intervention.

We are also a 5 star recipient for:

  • Treatment of Heart Failure
  • Treatment of Hip Fracture 2 years in a row
  • Treatment of Stroke 2 years in a row
  • Treatment of GI Bleed 3 years in a row
  • Treatment of Diabetic Emergencies
  • Treatment of Respiratory Failure 2 years in a row

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Saint Vincent Hospital offers a whole new experience in health care. By combining our advanced, state-of-the-art facility with our commitment to providing the best quality of life to the many members of our Worcester community.

Saint Vincent Hospital excels at offering the best care in a friendly atmosphere. From our advanced heart and vascular services, to our comprehensive orthopedics and rehabilitation programs, our robust surgical facility including our da vinci robotic surgery and Cyberknife technology, to our comfortable and compassionate women & infants programs - you don't have to travel far for high-quality health care: We're right here, in the heart of Worcester.

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Saint Vincent Hospital celebrates cancer survivors

Jun 2, 2023

WORCESTER, Mass. - Sunday is National Cancer Survivor’s Day, and ahead of the occasion, Saint Vincent Hospital took some time to celebrate their own survivors.

At the hospital’s Healing Garden, a cookout and raffle were held Friday afternoon with dozens of cancer survivors spending some time together. The occasion is meant to recognize everyone who’s living with a history of cancer, while raising awareness of the ongoing challenges cancer survivors face.

“It’s time for us to pause and be thankful and grateful for the opportunity to get to know each other,” said Patty Ellis, director of the cancer center. “As care providers, we love to be able to celebrate milestones with our patients, but we also like to celebrate the people who helped those patients along the way."

“There are no words to express just how amazing it is to be able to be here with everyone and to finally be able to be here in person,” said Karen Coveny, a cancer survivor. “2019 was the last time we were here, it’s just unbelievable.”

Survivors said being able to spend time with others who understand what they’re going through is important, and during the pandemic, it was tough not being able to be there for people who were recently diagnosed.