From its inception in 1899,
Calvary provides palliative care, which is the active treatment of the symptoms, not the cure of the disease, in order to make our patients as comfortable as possible. Our programs include inpatient care, case management, hospice, home care and support programs for families and friends.
A voluntary, not-for-profit hospital, operated in connection with the Archdiocese of
The Hospital will continue to be faithful to this tradition through a twofold commitment. Calvary will strive primarily to expand its programs and services to meet the emerging physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of both patients and families through the provision of acute inpatient, home care, and hospice.
As we approach the future with a sense of hope and promise, Calvary is ever mindful of the legacy of our founders, the Women of Calvary, to provide compassionate care while recognizing the individuality and dignity of every patient. At the same time, we will continue to develop new programs and services to meet the needs of today’s world.
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