is conducting its three-year Community Health Needs Assessment and would value
your feedback in order to help us best determine where our time and resources
should be directed. Please complete this short anonymous survey by clicking here. The results of this
survey will be made public in July 2013. If you have questions about the CHNA
process, you can email Jessica Estrada at Jessica.Estrada@stvhs.com.
Vincent’s Heart Valve Clinic, opened its doors on the St. Vincent’s Birmingham
campus on June 25th. The clinic brings together a team of experienced
physicians from multiple disciplines to offer the most complete and fully
integrated care for patients with complex valvular heart disease. To learn more, visit www.thevalveclinic.com.
St. Vincent’s Birmingham is home to the first and only chapter of SPOHNC in Alabama designed to support people with oral, head, and neck cancer. The group meets the third Tuesday of every month in the Bruno Conference Center. To learn moare about this group or other cancer support services, click here.
Click here to meet the newest members of our medical staff.
St. Vincent's Auxiliary is proud to announce the beginning of an e-card program for the Birmingham campus. Sunshine Express cards can be ordered for inpatients of the facility. E-cards will be delivered by Auxiliary volunteers on weekdays across the hospital. The Sunshine Express Program's first year has been funded by a generous grant from St. Vincent's Foundation. Please visit our ecards page for more information on the program and to order an e-card for an inpatient today!
The Department of Health and Human Services has given St. Vincent’s Birmingham a grant for an important new research study to help learn how to promote safety for mothers and babies during delivery. To learn more about this study click here.