In the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet,
St. Mary’s Health Clinics carries out the healing ministry of Christ by providing necessary and accessible health services to the medically uninsured and underserved.
In the tradition of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Mary’s Health Clinics carries out the healing ministry of Christ by providing necessary and accessible health services to the medically uninsured and underserved.
Providing health care services to low income, uninsured individuals and families in the St Paul/Minneapolis metropolitan area.
to all our Volunteers, Donors, and Friends who make our work possible.
We appreciate you!
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News from SMHC:
December 2015: Girls on the Run Twin Cities at Risen Christ School-
Due to St. Mary’s Health Clinics’ proven success in health advocacy for children at Risen Christ School in Minneapolis, this location has been chosen as a full scholarship site in 2016 for Girls on the Run Twin Cities. This means that there will be no fee for any girl to participate in this program. Girls on the Run inspires girls to be healthy and confident using fun experiences which creatively integrate running. Students at Risen Christ will have a chance to train for a 5k run in the Spring of 2016, build strong, positive body images, and achieve their personal goals. For more info on SMHC’s E3 (Eat, Exercise, Educate) Program, read more…
St. Mary’s Health Clinics awarded Medtronic Philanthropy Grant
July 8, 2015 – St. Mary’s Health Clinics (SMHC) was one of 22 Minnesota-based nonprofit organizations to receive a $50,000 grant to help expand “healthcare services in underserved communities across the metropolitan area, with an emphasis on such chronic conditions as heart disease and diabetes.” Read more…
St. Mary’s Health Clinics (SMHC) and the Ecuadorian Consulate signed a Memorandum of Agreement to support the healthcare needs of the Minnesota’s Ecuadorian and Latino citizens. Read more…