Support the healing of body and spirit!

From Beau Higginbotham, President and CEO

“Your support and advocacy have paved the way for where we are today. You have believed in us, supported us, and walked this journey with us. For that we are forever grateful.”

Staying true to our Catholic mission

For more than 150 years,  Saint Agnes has been dedicated to the art of healing by providing exceptional care, rooted in the loving ministry of Jesus, to the greater Baltimore area.

We are committed to a brand new Family Birthing Center at Saint Agnes by 2025

One of our most important priorities is a complete renovation of the hospital’s Mother/Baby Unit – to be named the Saint Agnes Family Birthing Center. It is here that new life is brought into our world, every single day. 

Funding Priorities as Our Hospital Grows

Family Birthing Center
Mobile Clinic
Daughters of Charity
Employee Wellness

Transforming the way new life is brought into the world.

We are planning a complete renovation of the hospital’s Mother/Baby Unit – to be named the Saint Agnes Family Birthing Center. We are designing and building a new environment of care for these special moments to occur. And, it’s going to be magnificent.

Bringing the healthcare services people need … to where they are.

We know how important it is to increase access to quality healthcare, across the City of Baltimore. The Ascension Saint Agnes Health Institute will soon introduce a new mobile health unit to deliver much-needed primary care services to the people who need our support the most.

Honoring the legacy of those who founded our mission.

The Daughters of Charity played an instrumental role in the establishment of Saint Agnes Hospital – the first Catholic hospital in Baltimore – in 1862. Contributions to the Daughters of Charity Fund assure continuation of their founding goals and priorities, to care for the poor and most vulnerable.

Caring for those who are devoted to caring for our patients.

In some cases, the people who are providing life-changing and lifesaving care inside the walls of Ascension Saint Agnes have great needs of their own. We are committed to stepping up and helping in meaningful ways when our associates are facing personal hardships.

Transforming the way new life is brought into the world.

We are planning a complete renovation of the hospital’s Mother/Baby Unit to be named the Ascension Saint Agnes Family Birthing Center. We are designing and building a new environment of care for these special moments to occur. And, it’s going to be magnificent.

Bringing the healthcare services people need … to where they are.

We know how important it is to increase access to quality healthcare, across the City of Baltimore. The Ascension Saint Agnes Health Institute will soon introduce a new mobile health unit to deliver much-needed primary care services to the people who need our support the most.

Honoring the legacy of those who founded our mission.

The Daughters of Charity played an instrumental role in the establishment of Saint Agnes Hospital – the first Catholic hospital in Baltimore – in 1862. Contributions to the Daughters of Charity Fund assure continuation of their founding goals and priorities, to care for the poor and most vulnerable.

Caring for those who are devoted to caring for our patients.

In some cases, the people who are providing lifechanging and lifesaving care inside the walls of Ascension Saint Agnes have great needs of their own. We are committed to stepping up and helping in meaningful ways when our associates are facing personal hardships.

Stories of Gratitude, to Educate and Inspire

Welcoming a Healthy New Baby, Against All Odds

Sarah’s pregnancy was considered very high-risk, and she experienced countless complications along the way. She will forever be grateful for the superior care she received at Ascension Saint Agnes, which allowed her to bring her beautiful baby boy, Carter, into the world.

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Perspective From Our Care Providers

“It is an honor and privilege to be part of Saint Agnes’ medical staff, and part of a team that is truly committed to putting the needs of our patients first. We are incredibly excited about the future and the ability we have to transform the process of care in ways that will benefit everyone – our staff as well as the patients and families who rely on us for care.”
Sandy, Inpatient Nurse Supervisor