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St. Vincent’s CHANGING IMAGES Programs provide "playing" (recreating) and "learning" and care to individuals with complex developmental disabilities.
You may be eligible for charity care or a discount on the health care given through the Family Health Center.
Provides primary medical care to frail, elderly residents of the City of Bridgeport, Connecticut who, because of complex health and social problems, lack adequate care.
St. Vincent's Look Good Feel Better program, co-sponsored by St. Vincent's SWIM Across the Sound and the American Cancer Society, is a supportive first step toward renewed self-esteem and self-confidence for women undergoing radiation and /or chemotherapy treatment.
Manual therapy through massage reduces tension and stress, increases circulation, reduces fatigue and nausea and aids in the healing process.
Palliative care is the active, total care of patients who suffer from chronic and/or serious diseases and can be offered in conjunction with curative therapies to ease pain and other distressing symptoms.
MIND, BODY, SPIRIT...Caring for the Community
St. Vincent's Medical Center assists area parishes and congregations to start
Spiritual Care for Our Patients & Their Families
The Prostate Cancer Survivors Lecture Series is associated with Us-Too the National Prostate Cancer Support Group & Information.
St. Vincent’s Special Needs Services provides group home environments specifically for adults who have multiple developmental disabilities that require 24/7 services.
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