Welcome to St. Anthony’s Hospital Foundation
Your donations provide the resources necessary to maintain the highest level of medical excellence while meeting the demands of our growing community. Your support makes St. Anthony’s the area’s hospital of choice, attracting expert clinicians from around the globe. Your generosity heals.
COVID-19 Response Fund
Now, more than ever, we've come to appreciate the commitment of our medical providers and the support of our community. Your gift to the COVID-19 Response Fund will accelerate our ability to support our hard-working clinical staff on the front lines with meals and special treats to help show our appreciation for their ongoing efforts.
To make your gift today, please click here.
how you can help
High up on the rooftop of St. Anthony's Hospital sits a beautifully lit Christmas tree and a tradition St. Petersburg looks forward to every December.
This is no ordinary Christmas tree! Every light shining bright on our tree all month long represents a special memory and sparkles to honor or remember a loved one over the holiday season. Love Lights are a wonderful way to continue or start a new tradition with your family and friends. Love Lights are available for $10 each or 3 for $25.
Physicians from St. Anthony’s team up with principle investigators at the University of Rhode Island to kick off a $5 million Alzheimer’s study.
PATIENT programs & services
When needs transcend the scope of traditional medicine, we employ programs and services that are supplemental to health care but central to patients’ well-being.
equipment & technology
Our facilities are equipped with some of the latest medical technology and our clinical providers are armed with the most advanced medical innovations possible.
If you’ve ever been a caregiver for someone with dementia, you know it’s easy to become so focused on your loved one that you forget to take care of yourself. Those at the St. Anthony’s Memory Disorders Center saw firsthand the need for respite among caregivers attending their support groups and decided to offer an assist.