On November 21, 2016 St. Joseph’s publicly announced its Future Vision of Care. For details, please view the news release and Vision Overview.
Please continue to visit this site for future postings providing information and details on the vision and future development plans.
The 5th premier of the Youth Media Project held 2 December at the Stan Hagen Theatre showcased the creative work of nine very talented youths, and captivated audiences with their sometimes subtle but powerful messages about today’s society and the community in which we live.
Two of the young filmmakers chose to focus their creative drive on eldercare, filming life for seniors at The Views at St. Joseph’s and at Glacier View Lodge. Rhea Whitehead highlights the tender intergenerational connections between children and residents living at The Views while Ryan Weaver documents the positive impact of music therapy on Glacier View Lodge residents. Set only to music, Whitehead cleverly filmed scenes that emphasis the Eden Philosophy of Care, an approach to residents’ care evident throughout the many programs at The Views. Read the full story (pdf)
St. Joseph's General Hospital is pleased to share with you our 2015 – 2016 Annual Community Report CLICK HERE on performance, mission and financial statistics, plus stories and highlights of the year. At the heart of all we do is our vision of earning your complete confidence in the care we provide and making a lasting difference in the quest to live fully. The stories in our Annual Community Report reflect our efforts to do all we can to sustain care today and to continue to provide outstanding care in the future.
Most importantly, we value your feedback. Please email your questions and comments .We look forward to hearing from you.
CARE WITH COMPASSION
"Our vision is to become ever more able to serve the needs of the community with care, compassion and skill."
On behalf of the Diocese of Victoria, I am extremely pleased to share that Accreditation Canada has awarded St. Joseph's General Hospital 'Accreditation with Exemplary Standing'. The Accreditation Canada survey process is an independent, external review using national standards to assess the care and service provided to our community. Achieving Exemplary Standing reflects St. Joseph’s goal to provide the highest standard of care to those we serve," said Mr. Chris Kelsey, Board Chair.