Mercy Foundation empowers our local community to Be Well – Mind, Body and Spirit – by funding programs that support, empower and strengthen the physical, emotional and educational well-being of individuals and families.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals is an international non-profit organization dedicated to helping children by raising funds and awareness for 170 children’s hospitals throughout North America. Each year these hospitals treat more than 17 million children afflicted with diseases, injuries and birth defects of every kind. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital's founding pledge is to put children first in all it does and keep 100 percent of donations in the community where the funds were raised.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has grown dramatically since its founding in 1983. To date, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have raised more than $3 billion – most of which is donated one dollar at a time.
Mercy Children’s Hospital is the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for Northwest Ohio. Mercy Children’s Hospital helps provide care for children with medical needs across 14 counties and treats all children regardless of affliction or the family's ability to pay.
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals would not exist without the help of our local and national sponsors. Year-round, our partners conduct hundreds of special event fundraisers, sell Miracle Balloons for $1 and hold Dance Marathons to help provide pediatric care for the children at Mercy Children’s Hospital.
Coordinator of Children’s Miracle Network
This 90-bed state-of-the art two-story building, connected to the Mercy St. Charles main hospital, offers adult, geriatric, and dual diagnoses units. Additionally, the facility offers a partial hospitalization program and comprehensive outpatient programs.
Mercy Heart & Vascular Center offers patients a new approach to managing cardiovascular prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation under one system of care. Through a team of highly skilled physicians and clinicians, cardiovascular patients will have a more personalized, convenient experience across the full spectrum of high quality heart care services — from emergency and diagnostic care to surgical and interventional treatment and rehabilitation — throughout the Mercy network of facilities.
Mercy's Cancer Center is committed to providing industry-leading cancer treatment through advanced technologies, personalized service, and a commitment to compassionate care. Our cancer doctors excel in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of all types of cancer.
Our expert team of physicians, nurses, and clinical staff at the Mercy Stroke Center at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center provide rapid, expert care for stroke patients to help reduce death and disability, reverse the impact of stroke, and provide the best possible quality of life for patients after recovery.
Mercy Children’s Hospital provides neonatal inpatient and outpatient services to newborns who have special needs because they were born prematurely, or who have medical conditions that require diagnostic evaluation and treatment. Our 30-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, located on the campus of Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, is the most advanced of its kind in our region, and has long held a Level III designation, the highest awarded by the Ohio Department of Health for the care of critically ill newborns.
To continue the mission of the Grey Nuns to improve the health of the community, especially the poor and underserved, financial support is offered to members of our community in need. Funds have been established to help Mercy’s patients with financial assistance to cover the cost of prescriptions, transportation to and from cancer or dialysis treatments and mammograms.
The Mercy Outreach Program provides in-home interventions and an array of support services for patients with chronic illnesses in our community. Mercy Outreach was created to help confront obstacles to managing chronic illness, such as social, family and spiritual isolation; financial needs for household and medical expenses; housing issues and lack of community support. Mercy Outreach emphasizes self-management skills in using community resources and connection with social, family and spiritual support. The program takes a comprehensive case management approach to solving non-medical issues associated with chronic illnesses that lead to repeated emergency room visits and hospitalizations.