Monument to the Work of Many Hands
Long is the list of Sisters, physicians, nurses, technologists, aides, workers, and volunteers who share ownership of St. Joseph's heritage of care, and to whom current and future generations are deeply indebted. There have been dedicated administrators, chaplains, nurses, physicians, surgeons, generous donors, volunteers and thousands of employees who ultimately made it all happen. Without them, the Chippewa Falls community would have been deprived. Because of them, Chippewa Falls and our surrounding areas are a better home for all of us. They are known to Him Who rewards in fullest measure.
They have also laid the foundations on which we, to whom the future is entrusted, must continue to build. The reassuring, consoling presence of St. Joseph's in our community cannot be taken for granted.
Just as many hands carried on St. Joseph's mission in the past, so, too, will many hands be called on to carry forward its spirits and help preserve its heritage of care in the future. Part and parcel of regional Chippewa Falls, St. Joseph's Hospital is pledged to hear and respond, to see need and provide, to safeguard and to share the heritage of care which is the hospital's legacy.