St. Vincent's Commitment to Our Community
St. Vincent’s Community Benefit Programs & Activities are designed to enhance the public health and quality of life in the greater Bridgeport area and improve access to health services for members of the community we serve.
Community Health Needs Assessment
St. Vincent’s is one of the founding members of the Primary Care Action Group (PCAG), a collaboration of area health service organizations whose goal is access to affordable health insurance coverage for all. PCAG led a process from June 2012 to February 2013 to assess the health needs of the Greater Bridgeport community, as part of the larger goal of measurably improving the health of its residents. The result of this comprehensive analysis is the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). St. Vincent’s participated with the PCAG to develop a comprehensive Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) to address the major unmet needs in the region. Copies of the CHNA and CHIP are available in the Marketing & Communications Department of St. Vincent's Medical Center or by clicking on the links below. St. Vincent’s welcomes your input to the Community Health Needs Assessment process and encourages you to send ideas, suggestions, or recommendations to: Bill Hoey, MAHCM, LCSW at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at 2800 Main Street, Bridgeport, CT 06606. Your input along with information gathered by the PCAG will be reviewed and acted upon regularly
Please click on the links below to view both reports.
St. Vincent's Medical Center is honored to have received the 2012 Community Hospital Service Award for our participation in the Hope Dispensary of Brideport. (view video to learn more).
Health & Wellness Events & News
We seek to advance medical or healthcare knowledge through education and relieve or enhance any ongoing public healthcare efforts and provide the highest quality primary care services to children and adults of all ages who are uninsured or underinsured, low-income, handicapped, homeless, frail elderly or homebound.
These services are delivered at St. Vincent’s Family Health Center, providing quality health care for the whole family in one convenient location regardless of ability to pay; the Seton Women’s Center, providing a private practice model for obstetrical and gynecological services to women of all ages in the community, who are uninsured or without resources, St. Vincent’s Neighborhood Health Center at the Thomas Merton Center Outreach Services, providing primary care to low income, handicapped, homeless, frail elderly and homebound persons; and the Parish Nurse Program which extends health care services through local churches and congregations of all denominations and faiths.
Each center is staffed with a team of St. Vincent’s skilled medical professionals and friendly, responsive staff, who are dedicated to helping you and your family stay healthy.
Interpreter services, including sign language and interpretation for the hearing impaired, are available at the Family Health Center.
Financial Aid and Insurance Assistance
Would you like to speak with one of our financial aid representatives or learn more about St. Vincent's financial assistance programs? Read our frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding bill pay or financing hospital services, call us and make an appointment, or download, print and fill out a financial aid application here.
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