Nurse checking on a young girl and teddy bear, both in a hospital bed.

Personalized care when and where you need it


Listening to you, caring for you

From the moment you walk through our doors, you’ll hear the sounds of hope, health and strength, because we’re more than just hospitals, ERs and clinics. Ascension care teams start by understanding you, your health and your life to deliver care that’s right for you. The compassionate, personalized care you’ve come to expect is close to home and connected to a national network of care and the expertise of a wide range of doctors and specialists. So, you’ll be connected to all the care you need for you and your family.


Ascension's Approach to Diversity, Inclusion and Equity

ABIDE logo appreciation, belongingness, inclusivity, diversity, equityAs a Catholic health ministry, Ascension has a unique obligation and calling – reflected in our Mission – to advocate for a more just and compassionate society in words and actions. To help address racism and systemic injustice, Ascension has launched a justice-focused framework called ABIDE, built on the hallmarks of Appreciation – Belongingness – Inclusivity – Diversity – Equity. This effort encompasses a commitment to listen, pray, learn and act. Fostering a more inclusive culture and advocating for social justice can help provide more equitable employment opportunities while also helping to remedy healthcare disparities perpetuated by racism and systemic injustice.

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Officer Jerry Hughes talks with his provider at Ascension St. Vincent’s Occupational Health Services in Vestavia Hills, AL.

A police officer’s yearly exam at Ascension St. Vincent’s Occupational Health Services in Vestavia Hills, AL, showed signs of advanced kidney and heart failure.

Judy Coy and her husband pose for a picture in front of a city skyline

Michael J. Corcoran, MD, orthopedic surgeon on staff at Ascension Saint Mary - Kankakee in Illinois helps a long-time patient find relief with knee replacement surgery.

Four people, two men, one woman, and a child, stand outside Via Christi St. Joseph Hospital. One man is in a blue shirt, the woman wears a black shirt, one man wears green scrubs, and the child is held by the woman.

Dr. Johnathan Scrafford, and the Via Christi OB-GYN team safely deliver a baby during a high-risk cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy.