St. Francis Hospital

St. Francis Hospital, a member of Catholic Health East, is located at Seventh and Clayton streets in Willington, Deleware.

Founded by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia, the hospital provides compassionate holistic and health care services to the community it serves.

Since 1924, St. Francis Hospital has been a leader in heart care. The Rehabilitation Unit features innovative services to orthopedic, stroke and amputee patients. The hospital also maintains a full range of ambulatory, cardiac rehabilitation and physical medicine rehabilitation facilities. Further, St. Francis delivers dialysis, surgical, home care, and women’s services.

The Mended Hearts Chapter at St. Francis, a national nonprofit organization affiliated with the American Heart Association, sponsors meetings and conducts educational programs for members, heart-disease patients, and their families.

Passport Health, a wellness program, offers information, immunizations, and consultations for international travelers.

St. Francis’ Pain Center cares for a variety of chronic-pain patients. A wide array of therapeutic and support services are available at the Skilled Nursing Facility.

A diverse system of long-term care facilities and community outreach programs are organized by the hospital. In addition, St. Francis includes care management assistance and social services.

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Index: St. Francis Church
Virtual Tours of Architecture St. Francis Xavier Church Amstersdam, Holland (near the flower market) Official Home Page Gothic style Click on illustrations for larger size Compound Gothic arch Ribbed vault Photos and their arrangement © 2004 ...
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St. Francis - KS-Cyclopedia - 1912
By an election held on Feb. 26, 1889, St. Francis was made county seat. The town was incorporated as a city of the third class in April, 1903, and the following were the first officers: Mayor, L. E. Harrison; city clerk, L. D. Hotchkiss ...
http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/archives/1912/s/st_francis.html

World War I: AEF Sergeant James Francis Carty at St. Mihiel
The offensive's objective was to reduce the large German salient protruding from St. Mihiel, and the 26th played a major part in the secondary attack on the northern flank of the salient. The division was to drive from Mouilly toward the towns of ...
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