Category: Our Mission

Celebrating IV Nurses Day – January 25th

IV nurses are essential in the coordination of care for patients.  From inserting intravenous lines to PICC lines and the education/maintenance of these lines to provide short and long term treatment for patients.   They are an integral part of the healthcare team and support healing through evidence based practice. 

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RSVP for our Hiring Event

The St. Joe's Team is growing - join us at our clinical hiring event, JOB-TOBERFEST. It's a hiring event, drive-up style! Hiring MA, CNA, RN and other clinical positions. RSVP is strongly encouraged.

Running: A Way to Show My Gratitude

On Sunday, September 6th, I completed the Boston Marathon in Bangor.  I created my own start/finish line, my own race course, I had water stations, I had an aid station with my own medical team (my hubby!), and a cheering squad (my awesome neighbors). And, it was AMAZING!  I thought about everyone who believed in me and who made donations to BCH.  I thought about the healthcare team who saved Katie’s life and all the patient partners.  I thought about how my simple act of lacing up has made such a profound difference in, not only my life, but in the lives of those who need BCH.

Bereavement Group Safe Return

Our Bereavement Group returns September 9th at 6pm and will take place every 2nd and 4th Wednesday to follow.

Commit to Get Fit – Virtual Event

Commit to Get Fit has gone virtual for 2020 and we want everyone in our community to know how to participate in this great event to both advance your health and support the St. Joseph Healthcare SAFE Nurses Program.