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Advancing Care: Mind, Body & Spirit

Our patients at Mercy Health want advanced clinical care, and we must continuously increase our investment in our infrastructure and innovation of employee education, equipment, and research to keep our people, technology and facilities on the leading edge.

Clinical research

Clinical research

Mercy Health leads or participates in a number of national/international research studies and clinical trials. Your gifts for our research program offer patients cutting-edge technology and new treatments close to home, and invest in finding cures and treatments for the future.

Graduate medical education endowment

Graduate medical education endowment

A donor-funded endowment provides ongoing support for Mercy Health’s Graduate Medical Education (GME) program on the campus of The Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati.  Our GME program provides hospital-based medical training for physicians, including internship, residency, subspecialty and fellowship programs, leading to state licensure and board certification. Mercy Health offers GME programs for general surgery, internal medicine and podiatric medicine and surgery.  

Nursing education

Nursing education

Mercy Health is known for its high standards in nursing care.  Our nurses are the best thanks to donors who invest in their ongoing growth and education. With your help, the Foundation provides over $150,000 a year to advance our nurses’ education and professional development. 

Sacred Art Campaign

Sacred Art Campaign

A unique fundraising campaign is under way for spiritual works of art to enhance the healing environment at Mercy Health – West Hospital.  This Sacred Art will provide visible expressions of faith, comfort and hope.  These donor-funded special commissions will enhance our Catholic heritage and bring a human warmth to all who visit here.  To learn more about donating to the Sacred Art campaign, click here.

Lynne McCabe Scholarship Fund

Lynne McCabe Scholarship Fund

Established in memory of nurse Lynne McCabe, beloved director of community care coordination programs for Mercy Health, who helped Xavier University form the Nurse Care Coordinator Program.  Gifts to this fund provide scholarships for nursing students at Xavier University to receive specialized training in the Care Coordinator program.


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