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St. Mary’s Health Care System serves the residents of Athens and Northeast Georgia. Accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), the non-profit medical facility is a member of Catholic Health East.In 1938, St. Since then, it was under the sponsorship of the Sisters of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and, afterwards, the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas.Later in 1966, the hospital was moved to Baxter Street. in 1993.The core area of practice includes neurosciences, orthopedics, women’s health, children’s health, gastroenterology, and medical/surgical care. A full continuum of diagnostic, treatment, and rehabilitation services are offered at the 24-hour Emergency Center.St. Mary’s Industrial Medicine, formerly Athens Industrial Medicine, is the oldest industrial medical practice in Athens.St. The Women’s Resource Center, conveniently located near downtown Athens, has a number of services, including mammography, and wound care.Clute Barrow Nelson Children’s Center, a free-standing clinic behind the hospital, excels in all aspects of pediatric medicine. The Wellness Center, at 120 Trinity Place, features a fully equipped gym.Since 1970, Home Health Care has been providing home-based health care services in the Athens-Clarke area and surrounding counties.Independent living apartments and hospice services are offered for the senior adults. Mary’s Hospice involves nursing care, medical social work, home health aides, counseling, and therapeutic services, and bereavement services for the family.Highland Hills Village, owned and operated by the health system, is a quality retirement community in Bogart. Mary’s conducts a variety of health and fitness programs and support groups for a healthy lifestyle.


About

Learn more about St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, including our mission, history, leadership team and staff dedicated to helping kids.

At St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, we bring big hearts, breakthrough care—and some of the best minds in pediatrics—to our little patients.

St. Mary’s Hospital for Children is a total-healing environment providing a continuum of programs and services and the highest level of support to children with medically complex conditions. Children and their families come to St. Mary’s to receive exceptional care, learn to manage their condition, and achieve a better quality of life. There is simply nothing we won’t do for St. Mary’s kids—or for the families who love them.

New York City’s first medical facility for children and its only provider of post-acute pediatric care, we’re recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in pediatric healthcare. And with good reason: No one has brought more pioneering programs—such as our pediatric feeding disorders and neuro-rehabilitation programs—or offers a greater continuum of care than St. Mary’s. In fact, we’re the largest provider of long-term care for children with complex medical conditions in New York State, and one of the nation’s leading providers of pediatric post-acute care.

We provide specialized in-patient care, day healthcare, home care and education services to children and young adults following acute care hospitalization due to premature birth, illness, injury or other critical health conditions. Our inclusive approach is patient- and family-centered our team of trained pediatric specialists is focused on one singular goal: To enable St. Mary’s kids to live their best possible lives—and to be there for their families, every step of the way.

Because here at St. Mary’s, it’s all about big hearts helping little patients.

Our Mission

At St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, we provide a continuum of care to children and young adults with special needs and life-limiting conditions and pave the way in pioneering pediatric post- acute care. New York’s largest and most experienced provider of long-term care to children with medically complex conditions and New York City’s only post-acute care facility for children, we’re recognized around the world for the breadth of our services and the depth of our commitment.

Our Leadership

St. Mary’s leadership team is the driving force behind our organization, our continued facility growth and involvement in the community.

Our History

St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children has been helping and healing children for over 145 years. We’ve grown from our humble beginnings as a 15-bed facility in Manhattan to our nine-acre Queens campus, where we operate at-capacity with 103-beds—and through our day and home care services and community program, improve the lives of thousands more.


St Marys Hospital

In order to ensure the health and safety of our patients, visitors, associates and medical providers, we have a temporary policy in place reducing the entrance points to Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital. We apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause, and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

  • Hospital Main Entrance (5:30 am -8 pm)
  • Lobby Entrance from the Medical Office Buildings (7 am - 6 pm)
  • Emergency Department (24/7)

Each hospital entrance will be staffed with Bon Secours associates to screen all patients and visitors entering the building.

Valet is closed until further notice however, valet parking spaces may be used until valet services are re-established.

St. Mary’s was named a Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital in the nation by Thomson Reuters and was recognized by HealthGrades for being ranked among the Top 5% in the nation for emergency medicine, critical care, stroke, gastrointestinal care, and prostatectomy.

St. Mary’s is accredited by The Joint Commission for having centers of excellence in heart failure, heart attack, hip and knee joint replacement and primary stroke center. It’s also a center of excellence for surgical weight loss surgery and breast imaging.

Furthermore, St. Mary’s is designated as a Comprehensive Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons. St. Mary’s is pleased of all of its honors and awards.

In Richmond, we are probably best known for our birthing center, repeatedly voted the “Best Place in Richmond to Have a Baby” (Style Magazine). We provide exceptional care for newborns and infants, including a state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) staffed with onsite neonatologists 24 hours a day.

St. Mary's also provides exceptional care to children. Its comprehensive pediatric services include a dedicated pediatric emergency department, an inpatient pediatric unit with onsite Pediatric Hospitalists 24-hours a day, a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) with onsite Pediatric Intensivists 24-hours a day, as well as a variety of pediatric subspecialty services. St. Mary's diverse, highly trained and dedicated staff of pediatric professionals delivers pediatric care in a wide range of specialties including allergy and immunology, cardiology, ENT, general surgery, neurology, pulmonology, endocrinology, orthopedics and urology.

St. Mary's also has a fully staffed Cleft and Craniofacial Team to provide all aspects of care to children with cleft lip or palate as well as complex congenital skull abnormalities.

St. Mary’s is a proud member of The National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI).

Cancer questions? Call (804) 353-HOPE to talk to our specialists.

St. Mary's Patient Advocacy: 804-287-7443
Central Scheduling: 804-627-5660


2000's

OSF Home Care Services, a new operating division combining all facility-based home health and hospice services, was brought into operation.

On January 28, 2002, OSF Aviation, LLC, which owns helicopters configured and equipped for patient transport, was organized.

On April 12, 2007, Community Medical Center consolidated its assets with OSF Healthcare System and is known today as OSF Holy Family Medical Center and OSF Holy Family Clinics in Monmouth, Illinois.

On July 23, 2008, the Illinois Neurological Institute – Physicians, LLC was organized to provide professional services of neurosurgeons and other physicians specializing in neurosciences.

On September 1, 2008, HeartCare Midwest, Ltd., was purchased by OSF Healthcare System.

In 2009, Cardiovascular Institute, an OSF LLC, was organized to provide professional services of cardiologists in the Rockford, Illinois, area. Illinois Pathologist Services, LLC, was established in 2009 and on May 28 that same year, OSF Multispecialty Group – Eastern Region, LLC, was organized for specialty physician services in the Bloomington, Illinois, area and Illinois Specialty Physician Services at OSF, LLC, was organized to provide pulmonary medicine physician services in the Peoria area. OSF Perinatal Associates, LLC, was organized to provide maternal fetal medicine physician services in the Peoria area.

In 2010, the OSF Multispecialty Group – Western Region, LLC, was organized for specialty physician services in the Galesburg, Illinois, area. OSF Children’s Medical Group – Congenital Heart Center, LLC, was organized to provide pediatric cardiology services in the Rockford, Illinois, area.

The Supportive Care and Employer Services divisions were established in 2011, as was Preferred Emergency Physicians of Illinois, LLC, which provides emergency medicine physician services to various Illinois hospitals. On May 1, 2012, Ottawa Regional Medical Center was integrated with OSF Healthcare System, changing its name to OSF Saint Elizabeth Medical Center.

In 2013, Jump Simulation was established in partnership with the University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria. On April 2, 2014, Kewanee Hospital joined OSF Healthcare System as OSF Saint Luke Medical Center.

Throughout the rich history of OSF HealthCare, what has not changed is the Sisters’ exceptional commitment to the health of our communities. Though they understand that human caring is the most powerful medicine of all, they integrate that belief with an eagerness to provide OSF caregivers with the best in technology and tools for superior patient care. The early Sisters were pioneers in health care and so are the Sisters today.

OSF HealthCare is proud to be among the nation’s leading innovators in the transformation of care for better health for our communities, consistently excellent patient experience and lower costs.

In the spirit of Christ and the example of Francis of Assisi, the Mission of OSF HealthCare is to serve persons with the greatest care and love in a community that celebrates the Gift of Life.


The History of Catholic Health Initiatives

Catholic Health Initiatives was formed through the joining together of four national Catholic health care systems. Planning began in 1995, when Catholic health leaders began to explore strengthening community health care for the future.

Their goal: To develop and nurture a national health ministry, sponsored and governed by an equal religious-lay partnership, to transform health care delivery and foster vibrant new ministries across the nation to create healthier communities.

Today, CHI is guided by the same pioneering spirit that led women religious to carry out their healing ministry hundreds of years ago with a commitment to reach new milestones of clinical quality and an agenda of social justice. Here are a few of the historical highlights so far:


How We Began

In 1856, Mother Joseph and four Sisters of Providence established hospitals, schools and orphanages across the Northwest. Over the years, other Catholic sisters transferred sponsorship of their ministries to Providence, including the Little Company of Mary, Dominicans and Charity of Leavenworth. Recently, Swedish Health Services, Kadlec Regional Medical Center and Pacific Medical Centers have joined Providence as secular partners with a common commitment to serving all members of the community. Today, Providence serves Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon and Washington.

St. Joseph Health

In 1912, a small group of Sisters of St. Joseph landed on the rugged shores of Eureka, California, to provide education and health care. The ministry later established roots in Orange, California, and expanded to serve Southern California, the California High Desert, Northern California and Texas. The health system established many key partnerships, including the transfer of sponsorship of St. Mary Medical Center in California from the Brothers of St. John of God and a joining of Lubbock Methodist Hospital System and St. Mary of the Plains Hospital to form Covenant Health in Lubbock, Texas. Recently, an affiliation was established with Hoag Health to increase access to services in Orange County, California.


Hampton Roads, VA

Bon Secours DePaul Medical Center (Effective 4/1/2021 services have been consolidated to Maryview Medical Center)

c/o Maryview Medical Center
3636 High Street
Portsmouth, VA 23707
Health Information Management Department
Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
757-398-2250, option #1
Fax: 757-398-2180

Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital

2 Bernardine Dr.
Newport News, VA 23602
Health Information Management Department
Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
757-886-6560, option #1
Fax: 757-886-6814

Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center

3636 High St.
Portsmouth, VA 23707
Health Information Management Department
Hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
757-398-2250, option #1
Fax: 757-398-2180

Southampton Memorial Hospital

100 Fairview Dr
Franklin, Virginia 23851
757-516-1104
Fax: 757-569-6122


MARYLAND AT A GLANCE

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
REHABILITATION & ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE (formerly James Lawrence Kernan Hospital)
(member, University of Maryland Medical System)
2200 Kernan Drive, Baltimore, MD 21207 - 5597
(410) 448-2500
web: www.umms.org/rehab

    GREATER BALTIMORE MEDICAL CENTER
    6701 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21204 - 8892
    (443) 849-2000
    web: www.gbmc.org/
    MEDSTAR
    FRANKLIN SQUARE MEDICAL CENTER
    (member, MedStar Health)
    9000 Franklin Square Drive, Baltimore, MD 21237 - 3998
    (443) 777-7000
    web: www.medstarfranklinsquare.org/#q=<>

    NORTHWEST HOSPITAL
    (member, LifeBridge Health)
    5401 Old Court Road, Randallstown, MD 21133 - 5185
    (410) 521-2200
    web: www.lifebridgehealth.org/Northwest/Northwest1.aspx

SHEPPARD & ENOCH PRATT HOSPITAL
(member, Sheppard Pratt Health System)
6501 North Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21204
(410) 938-3000
web: www.sheppardpratt.org/

    CALVERTHEALTH MEDICAL CENTER (formerly Calvert Memorial Hospital)
    (member, CalvertHealth System)
    100 Hospital Road, Prince Frederick, MD 20678 - 9675
    (410) 535-4000 1-888-906-8773 (toll free)
    web: www.calverthospital.org/
    CARROLL HOSPITAL
    (member, LifeBridge Health)
    200 Memorial Ave., Westminster, MD 21157 - 5799
    (410) 848-3000
    web: www.carrollhospitalcenter.org/

    CHRISTIANACARE, UNION HOSPITAL
    (member, ChristianaCare)
    106 Bow St., Elkton, MD 21921 - 5596
    (410) 398-4000
    web: www.uhcc.com/

    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    CHARLES REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (formerly Civista Medical Center)
    (member, University of Maryland Medical System)
    5 Garrett Ave., La Plata, MD 20646 - 1070
    (301) 609-4000
    web: www.umms.org/charles
    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    SHORE MEDICAL CENTER AT DORCHESTER (formerly Dorchester General Hospital)
    (member, University of Maryland Medical System)
    300 Byrn St., Cambridge, MD 21613 - 1908
    (410) 228-5511
    web: www.umms.org/shore/locations/medical-center-dorchester
    FREDERICK HEALTH HOSPITAL (formerly Frederick Memorial Hospital)
    (member, Frederick Health)
    400 West 7th St., Frederick, MD 21701 - 4593
    (240) 566-3300
    web: www.frederickhealth.org/
    GARRETT REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
    (affiliate, WVU Healthcare)
    251 North 4th St., Oakland, MD 21550 - 1375
    (301) 533-4000
    web: www.grmc-wvumedicine.org/

    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    HARFORD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
    (member, University of Maryland Medical System)
    501 South Union Ave., Havre de Grace, MD 21078 - 3493
    (443) 843-5000
    web: www.umms.org/uch/locations/um-harford-memorial-hospital

    HOWARD COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL
    (member, Johns Hopkins Medicine)
    5755 Cedar Lane, Columbia, MD 21044 - 2999
    (410) 740-7890
    web: www.hopkinsmedicine.org/howard_county_general_hospital/
    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    SHORE MEDICAL CENTER AT CHESTERTOWN (formerly Chester River Hospital Center)
    (member, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health)
    100 Brown St., Chestertown, MD 21620
    (410) 778-3300
    web: www.umms.org/shore/locations/medical-center-chestertown

    ADVENTIST HEALTHCARE ALTERNATE CARE SITE
    (member, Adventist HealthCare)
    7600 Carroll Ave., Takoma Park, MD 20912 - 6392
    (301) 891-7600
    web: www.adventisthealthcare.com/locations/profile/alternate-care-site/#.WFwhhX2Qrx4

ADVENTIST HEALTHCARE SHADY GROVE MEDICAL CENTER
(member, Adventist HealthCare)
9901 Medical Center Drive, Rockville, Md 20850 - 3395
(240) 826-6000, (240) 826-6405
web: www.adventisthealthcare.com/locations/profile/shady-grove-medical-center/#.WFwhY32Qrx4

HOLY CROSS GERMANTOWN HOSPITAL
(member, Trinity Health)
19801 Observation Drive, Germantown, MD 20876
(301) 557-6000
web: www.holycrosshealth.org/location/holy-cross-germantown-hospital

HOLY CROSS HOSPITAL
(member, Trinity Health)
1500 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
(301) 754-7000
web: www.holycrosshealth.org/location/holy-cross-hospital

MEDSTAR
MONTGOMERY MEDICAL CENTER
(member, MedStar Health)
18101 Prince Philip Drive, Olney, MD 20832 - 1512
(301) 774-8882
web: www.medstarmontgomery.org/#q=<>

NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH) CLINICAL CENTER
10 Center Drive, Bethesda, MD 20892 - 7511
(301) 496-4000
web: http://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/index.html

SUBURBAN HOSPITAL
(member, Johns Hopkins Medicine)
8600 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814 - 1497
(301) 896-3100
e-mail: [email protected]
web: www.hopkinsmedicine.org/suburban_hospital/

WALTER REED NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER
8901 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20889
(301) 295-4000 1-800-526-7101 (toll free)
e-mail: [email protected]
web: https://walterreed.tricare.mil/

    ADVENTIST HEALTHCARE FORT WASHINGTON MEDICAL CENTER
    (member, Adventist HealthCare)
    11711 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744 - 5164
    (301) 292-7000
    web: www.adventisthealthcare.com/locations/profile/fort-washington-medical-center/

DOCTORS COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
(member, Luminis Health)
8118 Good Luck Road, Lanham, MD 20706 - 3596
(301) 552-8118
web: www.dchweb.org/

MEDSTAR
SOUTHERN MARYLAND HOSPITAL CENTER
(member, MedStar Health)
7503 Surratts Road, Clinton, MD 20735 - 3397
(301) 868-8000
web: www.medstarsouthernmaryland.org/#q=<>

SAINT LUKE INSTITUTE
8901 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20903
(301) 445-7970
e-mail: [email protected]
web: https://sli.org/

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
BOWIE HEALTH CENTER
(member, University of Maryland Capital Region Health)
15001 Health Center Drive, Bowie, MD 20716
(301) 262-5511
web: www.umms.org/capital/locations/um-bowie-health-center

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
CAPITAL REGION MEDICAL CENTER
(member, University of Maryland Capital Region Health)
901 Harry S. Truman Drive North, Largo, MD 20774
(240) 677-1000
web: www.umms.org/capital/locations/um-capital-region-medical-center

    MT. WASHINGTON PEDIATRIC HOSPITAL AT UM CAPITAL REGION MEDICAL CENTER
    (affiliate, University of Maryland Medical System & Johns Hopkins Medicine)
    901 North Harry S. Truman Drive, Largo, MD 20774
    (240) 677-1850 (inpatient) (240) 677-1800 (outpatient) fax: (301) 772-3166
    web: www.mwph.org/locations/mwph-at-um-capital-region-medical-center
    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    SHORE EMERGENCY CENTER AT QUEENSTOWN
    (member, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health)
    125 Shoreway Drive, Queenstown, MD 21658
    (410) 827-3900
    web: www.umms.org/shore/locations/emergency-center-queenstown
    MEDSTAR
    ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL
    (member, MedStar Health)
    25500 Point Lookout Road, Leonardtown, MD 20650 - 9999
    (301) 475-8981
    web: www.medstarstmarys.org/#q=<>

St. Mary's Hospital, 25500 Point Lookout Road, Leonardtown, Maryland, November 2017. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
SOMERSET COUNTY

    TIDALHEALTH McCREADY PAVILION (formerly Edward W. McCready Memorial Hospital)
    (member, TidalHealth)
    201 Hall Highway, Crisfield, MD 21817 - 1299
    (410) 968-1200
    web: www.tidalhealth.org/our-locations/tidalhealth-mccready-pavilion
    UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
    SHORE MEDICAL CENTER AT EASTON (formerly Memorial Hospital at Easton)
    (member, University of Maryland Shore Regional Health)
    219 South Washington St., Easton, MD 21601 - 2996
    (410) 822-1000
    web: www.umms.org/shore/locations/medical-center-easton
    MERITUS MEDICAL CENTER
    (member, Meritus Health, Inc.)
    11116 Medical Campus Road, Hagerstown, MD 21742
    (301) 790-8000
    web: www.meritushealth.com/locations/meritus-medical-center/
    TIDALHEALTH PENINSULA REGIONAL (formerly Peninsula Regional Medical Center)
    (member, TidalHealth)
    100 East Carroll St., Salisbury, MD 21801 - 5422
    (410) 546-6400
    web: www.tidalhealth.org/our-locations/tidalhealth-peninsula-regional

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Hours of Release of Information Office:

By appointment only: Monday to Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.to 4:00 p.m.

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