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Mission & Values

Our core values of Respect, Care, Competence and Joy will be lived by all who work here and felt by all who use our services.

The Joint Commission

See how HSHS St. Vincent Hospital compares.

Our History

The History of HSHS St. Vincent's Hospital

Nurse, Caregiver, or Colleague Recognition

Nurse, Caregiver, or Colleague Recognition

Our Commitment

 

So you will receive the best health care possible, we are committed to:
 

  • Treating you and your family with dignity and respect.

  • Facilitating interaction between you, your family, and the medical team to better understand each other's needs and concerns.

  • Helping you and your family participate in your care to the level you desire.

Advanced technology enables us to share valuable health care information with you and your family, and we hope you find our website to be an important health care resource in your home.

Hospital Leadership

 

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital is part of the Wisconsin division of Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS). The Wisconsin division consists of hospitals in Green Bay, Sheboygan, Oconto Falls, Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls, under the leadership and direction of Andy Bagnall, President and CEO, HSHS Wisconsin.

Annual Reports

 

Read our HSHS - Eastern Wisconsin Division annual reports, learn about our social accountability. 

Archive

2019 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report
2017 Annual Report
2016 Annual Report
2015 Annual Report
2014 Annual Report

Community Health Needs

 

Brick by brick, we are transforming our health care ministry. In doing so, we are creating new opportunities to make a positive difference in the lives of those whom we are called to serve. The bricks that we add to our healing foundation come in many shapes. Our “bricks” may be a collaborative initiative to reduce readmissions, a medical home to better manage our patients’ chronic conditions, a better process to improve quality or an innovative curriculum to teach the nurses of tomorrow.

In this annual report, we celebrate our accomplishments and give thanks for our Franciscan values that inspire and guide us daily.


2018 Community Benefit Report

Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)

 

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital has a long history of collaborating with the Brown County Public Health Department to plan for our community‘s future health needs. We worked with the Brown County and City of DePere Health Departments to identify Brown County’s top health issues through the Community Health Improvement Process (CHIP). Representatives from HSHS St. Vincent Hospital served on both the steering committee for this project and the Community Partner meetings where the priorities were identified. Action plans were developed by identifying community strengths, existing resources and gaps.

Community Health Priorities 2018-2020
Community Health Improvement Plan 2018
Community Health Needs Assessment 2018
CHNA Report and Implementation Plan FY2015-2018

Project SEARCH

 

Project SEARCH is a one-year transition program that immerses students with developmental disabilities in a combination of classroom instruction, career exploration and hands-on training through a series of three 10-week work-site rotations. HSHS St. Vincent Hospital partnered with ASPIRO, Bellin Health, CESA 7, area high schools and the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development – Division of Vocational Rehabilitation to bring the program to the community.     

“The program is designed to create a seamless combination of classroom instruction, career exploration, and important job skills training through a process of total workplace immersion,” said Matt Astleford, Annual Giving Officer, HSHS St. Vincent / St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation and Project SEARCH Business Liaison. “Because interns spend their entire day embedded in the organization, they gain a level of confidence, maturity and familiarity with workplace culture.”

To apply to the program visit 
Aspiro.

Media Contacts

Angela Deja
Public Relations Coordinator
angela.deja@hshs.org
(920) 272-3360

Dana Jermstad
Senior Communications and Public Relations Manager
dana.jermstad@hshs.org
(920) 429-1752

About Us

A Mission To Heal

Since 1888, HSHS St. Vincent's hospital has been serving the people of Greater Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin, and nearby Upper Michigan as the region's health care leader. 

Our staff and samaritan volunteers are committed to extending the hospital’s healing mission to you, your family and visitors through acts of compassion, care, respect and hospitality.

St Vincent Hospital

  Mission & Values

  Nurse, Caregiver, or Colleague Recognition

  Our History

  Quality and Safety

  Stories From Our Sisters

  The Joint Commission

 

Our team will support you every step of the way should you need additional imaging, treatment or surgery.

Patient Stories

Kelly’s Story

Chuck's Story

Relatively new to the Green Bay area, when 61 year old Chuck began having a stroke in December 2018, he was at the grocery store when the right side of his body stopped working. He had no idea that he was having a stroke.

Debbie’s Story

Debbie Olsonoski’s breast cancer diagnosis in January 2016, at the age of 59, came as a shock. There was some history of breast cancer in her family, but it didn’t affect her aunts until much later in life.

Latest News

Flight nurse, Rory Groessl, named 2019 Nurse of the Year

 September 8, 2020

Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) hospitals in Eastern Wisconsin are pleased to announce Rory Groessl, BSN, RN, CEN, CTRN, CFRN, CCEMT, at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay, as the *2019 Nurse of the Year.

 

Updated Visitor Restrictions

 September 4, 2020

We continue to evaluate all operations as we co-exist with COVID-19 and make decisions in the best interest of our patients and colleagues. As a result, we have made slight modifications to our visitor restrictions. These changes went into effect on Friday, Aug. 21, 2020.

 

National Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 6 - 12

 August 25, 2020

Close to 800,000 people die due to suicide every year, which is one person every 40 seconds, according to the World Health Organization.