Welcome to St. Joseph's Health

St. Joseph’s Health is a leading health system in New Jersey, dedicated to improving the health of the people and diverse communities we serve. Since our founding in 1867, our faith-based mission has remained steadfast – to help our community achieve the highest level of physical, mental, and spiritual health.  We combine convenience and personal touch with the advanced technology and expertise of a leading academic health system.

With more than 5,000 skilled providers and 1,000 expert physicians, we provide nationally-recognized, award-winning inpatient and outpatient care through a network of hospitals, physician practices, urgent care centers, and outpatient centers. Whether you need emergency care, help managing a medical condition, or simply a partner to keep you healthy, St. Joseph’s Health has got you covered. 

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St. Joseph’s Health is a healing ministry of the Catholic Church sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth. We are committed to sustaining and improving individual and community health, with a special concern for those who are poor, vulnerable and underserved.


Creating a healthier future for all… inspired by faith, fueled by innovation and driven by exceptional people.


Our core values express our deep convictions and strong beliefs. They define how we operate, behave, and interact on a day-to-day basis – as we integrate and affirm our values in all that we do.

  • Dignity – We believe that human life is sacred and every person will be treated with respect.
  • Charity – We embrace all who seek our help by bringing God’s love and compassionate care.
  • Justice – We advocate for the needs of all, especially the most vulnerable. We are committed in all our endeavors to be ethical, fair-minded and honest.
  • Excellence – We hold ourselves accountable to the highest possible standards of clinical and service quality.
  • Stewardship – We use our resources, both human and financial, in a responsible manner with a special commitment for the care of those who are poor, vulnerable and underserved.