BSSF welcomes Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune

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Roper Hospital Ranked as state’s No. 2 Hospital by U.S. News & World Report

Roper Hospital rose to the No. 2 ranked hospital in South Carolina by U.S. News & World Report in its 2022-2023 Best Hospital rankings. In addition, Roper Hospital’s rehabilitation specialty ranked among the nation’s best at No. 43, and the hospital earned a High Performing rating for twelve procedures and conditions.

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RSFH earns re-accreditation for Nurse Residency Program

Roper St. Francis Healthcare learned on Monday it continued its success with re-accreditation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for the Nurse Residency Program. [Read more…]

Puppies are coming to BSSF

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Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital named among America’s Best Maternity Hospitals

Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital has been named among America’s Best Maternity Hospitals 2022 by Newsweek and data firm Statista. [Read more…]

Nurses & Healthcare Week at BSSF

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Celebrating BSSF’s Magnet Hospital Designation anniversary

We are celebrating the anniversary of Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital earning its third consecutive Magnet designation that was achieved in April 2020. Magnet designation is a national recognition that serves as the gold standard for nursing practice. [Read more…]

Former patient returns to BSSF to donate blankets

Kristen Wright-Matthews was five months pregnant when she lost her baby in 2013.

Her son, C.J., was 5 years old and took the tragedy exceptionally hard. To help C.J. cope with the loss, Kristen and her husband decided to start a charitable project called Blankies 4 My Buddies.

Since then, 14-year-old C.J. and his little brother Kollin, 6, lead much of the charity’s work by delivering small tokens of comfort to children and families dealing with devastating situations, including illness, homelessness, grief and loss.

Blankies 4 My Buddies brought handmade blankets from donors and those he and other youth made through his #GiveLikeCJ blanket box project. It’s an extra dose of comfort for children facing challenges.

The family recently returned to Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital for the second year in a row do deliver 75 blankets and Copies of C.J.’s new book, “And Then There was One.”

“It is important for us to come home to Charleston because we started our family here,” Kristen Wright Matthews said. “We experienced the highest pinnacle of happiness with the birth of C.J. and our lowest moment when we lost our daughter.”

The nonprofit has received national attention from multiple media outlets. (See stories here and here.)

C.J. Matthews was recently named a 2022 Prudential Emerging Visionary, recognizing young people ages 14-18 whose fresh perspectives and innovative solutions address the pressing financial and societal challenges in their communities. The program is an evolution of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, the country’s most extensive youth recognition program, which for 26 years honored more than 150,000 outstanding youth volunteers.

For more information about Blankies 4 My Buddies visit: www.blankies4mybuddies.org or www.goodgriefbooks.net

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Public invited to tour renovated labor and delivery unit at BSSF

The public is invited to tour Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital’s newly renovated labor and delivery unit and level II nursery. [Read more…]