St. Vincent Health

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The St. Vincent logo of three doves, which represents caring for mind, body and spirit.

A member of Ascension Health, the USA’s largest not-for-profit and Catholic Healthcare System, St. Vincent Health is Indiana's largest healthcare employer, with 17 health ministries serving 45 counties in central Indiana.

Facilities[edit]

  • St. Mary's Warrick Hospital in Boonville
  • St. Vincent Anderson Regional Hospital
  • St. Vincent Carmel Hospital
  • St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil
  • St. Vincent Dunn Hospital in Bedford
  • St. Vincent Evansville Hospital
  • St. Vincent Fishers Hospital
  • St. Vincent Frankfort Hospital
  • St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Carmel
  • St. Vincent Heart Center of Indiana in Indianapolis
  • St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital
  • St. Vincent Jennings Hospital in North Vernon
  • St. Vincent Kokomo
  • St. Vincent Mercy Hospital in Elwood
  • St. Vincent Pediatric Rehabilitation Center
  • St. Vincent Randolph Hospital in Winchester
  • St. Vincent Salem Hospital
  • St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital
  • St. Vincent Stress Center
  • St. Vincent Williamsport Hospital
  • St. Vincent Women’s Hospital
  • Peyton Manning Children's Hospital
  • Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana

Reducing disparities[edit]

In 2001, St. Vincent Health implemented a program known as Rural and Urban Access to Health to enhance access to care for underserved populations, including Hispanic migrant workers. As of December 2012, the program had facilitated more than 78,000 referrals to care and enabled the distribution of $43.7 million worth of free or reduced-cost prescription drugs.[1]

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