Celebrating 20 years of partnering with area hospitals
The Center for Respite Care, founded 20 years, ago receives clients from a variety of sources. A primary source is area hospitals. This means that when hospitals discharge people — who have nowhere else to go and need to continue to heal — the Center becomes their place.
It also means that the hospitals can save money as it costs significantly less for the Center to care for individuals — than residence in the traditional hospital environment. Ultimately this saves the system resources while clients can transition to healthy living. In addition to saving system resources, and equally important is the knowledge gained by the clients as they establish personal health literacy and community supports to assist in their transition to healthy and stable living.
We are grateful for our relationship with the medical organizations and the financial gifts they impart to us.
Thank you to the following for being our friends and partners.
The Christ Hospital
The Christ Hospital is a part of a regional system of care that extends more than 130 years of exceptional care and leadership to more than 100 locations in the Greater Cincinnati area, as The Christ Hospital Health Network. Their mission is to improve the health of the community and create patient value by providing exceptional outcomes, affordable care, and the finest experiences.
Founded by Henrietta Cleveland with the help of the Diocese of Covington and the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor with one small hospital in 1861, St. Elizabeth has been proudly serving the Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati region ever since. Home to more than 10,000 associates and a Medical Staff of nearly 1,600 physicians and advanced practice providers, St. Elizabeth is deeply rooted in the communities.
Tri Health has a 170-year legacy and includes Good Samaritan and Bethesda North.
They provide the tools and knowledge to keep people healthy and live life fully with an extensive network of physicians, nurses, clinics, and hospitals, including Bethesda, McCullough Hyde, and Good Samaritan.