Since the pandemic hit, six pop-up shelters for the unhoused have emerged in St Louis city and county. This major endeavor to move hundreds of people off the streets has created safe shelter, and amplified needs for health services. Incarnate Word Foundation has provided funding to the Build Missouri Health coalition, through the region’s COVID-19 response team, to underwrite the costs of electronic tablets, hotspots, and other systems to connect shelter staff to telehealth support systems.
Foundation’s support of health services outreach to the unhoused in the City of St. Louis.
CHRISTUS Health System is first in the communities it serves to offer new screening tool.
From its beginnings, our Congregation committed to bring the healing love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, to those who need it most no matter where they are. Today, we share the reflection of Pope Francis for the XXVIII World Day of the Sick.
By Archbishop Gustavo García Siller, Archdiocese of San Antonio, Texas. December 3, 2019.
Los Quijotes were born in 1989, when more than 20 willing medical volunteers traveled to Jalapa, a poor area of Mexico City, upon the request of the CCVI Congregation. The group adopted the name of the famous Spanish character as they dreamed of doing good, fighting gigantic health problems with words, hands, medicines, good will and enthusiasm.
A proclamation was held at the Texas State Capitol to honor CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System’s 150th year anniversary!
The 86th Legislature of the State of Texas held a proclamation congratulating CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System on its 150th anniversary year and recognizing its significant contribution to the State of Texas as a leader and provider of quality, faith-based compassionate healthcare.
From its beginnings, our congregation committed to bring the healing love of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, to those who need it most no matter where they are. Today, we share the reflection of Pope Francis for the 27th World Day of the Sick, celebrated in Calcutta, India.
On May 3, 2017, I.W. Village Officials and Campaign Managers assembled the resident community for the presentation of Plans for the Expansion of the Ministry, complete with a Groundbreaking Ceremony and community celebration.
The University of the Incarnate Word, a longtime leader in healthcare education, has announced a new initiative available to outstanding high school seniors with strong academic ability seeking advanced degrees in nursing, pharmacy, physical therapy, optometry or medicine. UIW’s new Direct Admit Health Professions Program provides provisional admission into one of the university’s professional programs for Texas high school seniors ranking in the top five percent of their class after their junior year.