HSHS St. John's Hospital cares about your hospital experience

 
Our goal is to deliver the best patient experience possible. Your experience, while at St. John's, means everything to us.

Respect

 

Respect means the Franciscan respect for life from conception to death and for the dignity of each individual person. Respect is a commitment to freeing and empowering each person to develop to his or her full potential. 

Care

Care embodies the concern, compassion, and sensitivity with which we care for patients as individuals on a one-to-one basis. It depicts our way of dealing with patients, clients and colleagues. Many times, it is thought of as a bedside behavior, but it also belongs in administrative offices, cafeterias and boardrooms.

 

Competence

 

Competence means that our work is performed and our institutions are managed with the highest level of skill and ability. We are committed to recruiting and developing people who are competent in their work and whose values reflect our own. Our values are an integral part of our system’s strategic plan, which provides the overall framework for local activities.

Joy

Joy is the manner in which our colleagues and all who join us in our ministry seek to perform their work – the internal fulfillment of caring for others. It is an essential ingredient in bringing a sense of hope to those who suffer.

Patient Testimonials

Emergency Care

At HSHS St. John’s Regional Trauma Center, we’re always ready.

TherapyCare is Changing Lives

Our caring, compassionate therapists are an integral part of the patient's health care team to help ensure the highest quality of care.

HSHS St. John’s Hospital Cares About You and Your Baby

The birth of a baby is a special time and each experience is unique. That's why the Women and Infants Center (formerly Birth Center) at HSHS St. John's Hospital offers highly personalized care and the support moms and babies need throughout pregnancy, labor, delivery and after delivery.

Latest News

How to Help Children Cope with Stress, Anxiety: Advice for parents and caregivers

 September 23, 2020

As the United States enters the sixth month of the COVID-19 pandemic, children are facing additional stress related to back-to-school, fall sports, or lack thereof, and many new routines

 

The Value of Vaccines: Six things to know about vaccines

 September 14, 2020

With flu season approaching and efforts underway on the creation of a coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, now is the time to educate yourself on the importance of vaccinations.

 

Construction Begins on the Pediatric Healing Garden

 September 8, 2020

Renovations have begun on the Pediatric Healing Garden at HSHS St. John’s Children’s Hospital.