In the wake of the coronavirus restrictions, Volunteer Services at St. Joseph’s Hospitals found a fun way to celebrate its volunteers.
St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, the only comprehensive congenital heart disease program in the Tampa Bay area, proudly welcomes Karl Reyes, M.D., as our new chief of pediatric cardiac surgery.
National Title Clearing CEO John Hillman and Co-owner Ed Marsh were looking for ways to give back to the community in the battle against the surging COVID-19 pandemic. With a generous donation of $25,000, they chose to support the Caregiver and Healthcare Worker Fund
Due to the rapid growth at St. Joseph’s Hospital-South, the Emergency Department, team, and technology have been expanded to better treat the community. The hospital is investing $1.7 million into a Siemens Dual Source CT scanner – one of the few in the state of Florida – to be used within the emergency room.
Neonatologist Dr. Alfonso Vargas is not only a rock star in St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital’s Neonatal ICU, he’s also an actual rock star.
A group of leadership-minded women in Tampa Bay has spent over a decade funding equipment and programs at St. Joseph’s Hospitals.
The federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act increased tax deductions for charitable giving.
Hyundai Hope On Wheels, a non-profit organization supported by Hyundai Motor America and its U.S. dealers, recently donated $200,000 to St. Joseph’s Hospitals to support our COVID-19 efforts.
St. Joseph’s Hospitals are resuming elective surgeries in response to Gov. Ron DeStantis’ plan and are enhancing procedures and processes amid the pandemic to keep patients, team members and physicians safe.
At 90 years young, Lucienne “Lucy” Stevenson can tell you from personal experience that life can be challenging. But she has never let those challenges overcome her – instead she has worked through them to make her stronger!