Category: Our Mission

It’s Certified Nurses Day!

March 19 is Certified Nurses Day! Join us in recognizing our hardworking, dedicated nurses.

One Year, One Word: Reflecting on COVID-19 One Year Later

In honor of the one-year anniversary of COVID-19, we asked St. Joe’s employees to share a word they would use to capture this past year.

Construction Underway at the New Outpatient Service Center!

To help meet the patient demand for primary care and specialty services, community members like you have come together to raise $4 million to bring to life our vision for the comprehensive Outpatient Service Center at 900 Broadway.

My Patient Experience

From Provider Recruiter to patient, our very own Lisa Richards experienced our mission in action with one fearful visit to the Emergency Department.

COVID-19 Vaccination Info Sessions in Amharic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Oromo, Tagalog, Tigrigna, Spanish

UW Medicine (Seattle, Washington) is holding online information sessions about the COVID-19 vaccines in plain English and a number of other languages. Some sessions are coming soon, and some are available as recordings. 

World Day of the Sick

The World Day of the Sick was introduced by Pope Saint John Paul II in 1992, who called upon the faithful to pray and reflect on those who are sick and struggling, and to recognize and honor all persons who work in healthcare and serve as caregivers. In his message for the 29th World Day of the Sick this year, Pope Francis urged a path of healing grounded in a trusting and interpersonal relationship between the sick and those who care for them.