Heather Torok Serves as Urban Universities for HEALTH Data Innovation Challenge Judge

Posted October 08, 2014 in News Items

(11.4.14) In October, Heather Torok, Saint Luke’s Foundation’s Healthy People Senior Program Officer, attended the Urban Universities for HEALTH’s Learning Collaborative and served as a judge for the organization’s Data Innovation Challenge. As part of this event, three participants from the Urban Universities for HEALTH Learning Collaborative presented their unique ideas on emerging data innovations that are intended to improve health equity within their local communities. The judges evaluated each presentation and awarded funding to support further development of one or more of these ideas. Urban Universities for HEALTH has identified three core areas where universities can make a difference:... read more

A letter from our President and CEO

Posted September 30, 2014 in News Items

(9.3.14) Today, Anne C. Goodman released a letter to Foundation friends, colleagues and partners entitled, “What’s ahead: Learning, Partnerships and Continual Engagement.” To read the e-letter, click here. To receive future information like this, please subscribe to... read more

In Ohio: Medicaid saves money, improves health

Posted July 29, 2014 in News Items

(7.29.14) Randy Cebul, the Director for Better Health Greater Cleveland (a Saint Luke’s Foundation Healthy People grantee) and John Corlett, Vice President, Government Relations and Community Affairs for The MetroHealth System (and a member of... read more

2014 first cycle grants announced

Posted July 08, 2014 in News Items

(7.8.14) The board of trustees of Saint Luke’s Foundation has approved its first cycle grants for 2014, awarding a total of $3,242,349 to 14 organizations that advance the Foundation’s strategic priorities focusing on Healthy People,... read more

The 2013 Saint Luke’s Annual Report is released

Posted July 02, 2014 in News Items

(7.2.14) This year’s report reflects on the many ways in which transitions continue to guide our foundation. Click here to learn more about this year’s theme or click here to experience our 2013 Annual Report... read more