For patients admitted to Bon Secours Hospital and diagnosed with congestive heart failure, the outcome is bright. The new Bedside Patient Education program is changing patient behavior and having a major impact on the number of returning cardiac patients.  Learn more...

 

 

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Growing up in one of Baltimore’s most resource-challenged neighborhoods did not daunt Denika Palmer from pursuing her goal of going to college. To do so,however, would require the drive and the money for tuition. Read Denika's Story Here...

 

 

 

"It was when I turned 40 that I started using controlled substances. I’d had a drinking problem before, but I gave up the alcohol.” But when I turned 40, I went to a friend’s house and I wanted to celebrate. There were drugs there and I said “Give me some of that. I’ll never forget those words.  Gloria shares her story here...

 

 

 

 

“I know exactly where my money goes at Bon Secours. I direct my donation to the community and economic programs every year. What they are doing is something that will last. I am very pleased with the work they do.” 

Read more about Dr. Leacock's inspiration here...

 

 

I Give Community

“What impressed me about Bon Secours is that its programs meet a wide variety of needs. The housing program  impact extends way beyond the physical structure. Bon Secours’ programs take into consideration men, women, children and families." Read Dale's story here...

 

 

 

I Give Second Chances

Emergency Departments generally represent over 45% of national hospital admissions. At Bon Secours, however, that percentage is almost double at 85%.

Learn more about Bon Secours ED and how Dr. Parkes and others make a difference.