League of St. Joseph's Annual Tricky Tray

Tricky Tray 2017
 
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
 
Valley Regency
1129 Valley Road
Clifton, NJ 07013
 
Join the League of St. Joseph's for our Annual Tricky Tray and Dinner, full of exciting prizes, raffles and more! Beer and Wine are unlimited for the first hour. All proceeds will benefit the patients of St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center.
$65 per person
$650 per table of 10
 
To purchase tickets CLICK HERE and choose League of St. Joseph’s Tricky Tray in the "Designation" drop down menu. Please choose "Other" amount and type in ticket cost to complete purchase.
 
For more information, please call the Foundation Office at 973.754.GIVE (4483) or email dougherj@sjhmc.org.
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St. Joseph's Children's Hospital Presents Fashion with Compassion

Fashion with Compassion
 
Thursday, March 2, 2017
 
The Rockleigh Country Club
26 Paris Ave, Rockleigh, NJ 07647
 
VIP Reception: 6:00 p.m.
Signature Event: 7:00 p.m.
 
Join us for an unforgettable evening of auctions, raffles, shopping, fabulous food, fine wines, dancing and much, much more!
 
For more information and to purchase tickets today, please visit www.StJosephsEvents.org or contact John Dougherty at 973.754.4408 or email at dougherj@sjhmc.org.
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Paterson’s First Hospital Celebrates 150 Years

DSC 0196St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Kicks-off Anniversary Celebration”

 

St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, New Jersey’s premier Catholic healthcare system, launched a year-long series of 150th Anniversary celebrations on Thursday, September 8th with the unveiling of a historic marker to commemorate the humble beginnings of St. Joseph’s Hospital. Paterson’s first hospital, now known as St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, a member of the Healthcare System, was established by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth on September 8, 1867, in response to the industrialized City’s dire need for care… body, mind and spirit.

The founding group of sisters cared for 102 patients that first year, establishing and setting in motion an unwavering mission and commitment to community service for which St. Joseph’s is nationally recognized. St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center now cares for more than 1.5 million people annually, including more than 163,000 emergency department visits.

“The Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth have proudly sponsored St. Joseph’s since 1867,” said Sister Marilyn Thie, SC, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, of the faith-based healing ministry. “That beginning has mushroomed into a highly regarded healthcare system this many years later.”

“Past generations and future generations should find comfort in knowing that the St. Joseph’s commitment to compassionate and quality health care hasn’t changed since the day it opened and won’t change as we look to the future. We always have, and always will, strive to be true to the Mission and Values of our Sponsors, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth as we have since 1867,” said Kevin J. Slavin, President and Chief Executive Officer, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System.

“St. Joseph’s is one of the greatest jewels in the Diocese of Paterson crown. We are fortunate to have St. Joseph’s here in Paterson. Thank you for the miracles you work here each day. Keep working the miracles of healing for the next 150 years,” said Rev. Msgr. Herbert Tillyer, on behalf of the Diocese of Paterson.”

The Honorable Jose Torres, Mayor of the City of Paterson, saluted the hospital and healthcare system, and presented The Mayor’s Award for outstanding civic contributions to the Paterson community. He added, “St. Joseph’s Healthcare System is appropriately named after St. Joseph the Carpenter, a building and driving force of faith. St. Joseph’s Healthcare System and the Sisters of Charity represent that for the City.”

A Letter of Special Congressional Recognition commending St. Joseph’s Healthcare System on its immense contributions to the healthcare of the State of New Jersey was presented to Mr. Slavin on behalf of Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr.

The historic marker, unveiled by Mr. Slavin and Sr. Marilyn Thie, SC, was blessed by Msgr. Tillyer, Sr. Marilyn Thie and Sr. Patricia Mennor, SC, Vice President, Mission at St. Joseph’s Healthcare System. The marker, which will be placed on the original location of St. Joseph’s Hospital on Church Street, between Ellison and Market Streets, reads:

St. Joseph’s Hospital was founded at this Church Street location on September 8, 1867. Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth,they tirelessly tended to the city’s ill, injured and poor in the 12-bed wooden structure.

This marker recognizes the 150 years that St. Joseph’s, now St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, a member of St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, and located at 703 Main Street, Paterson, has served the healthcare needs of its community.

Celebrating 150 Years

Commitment to a Healthier Community

1867-2017

An Inspired Tradition of Service Excellence

New Jersey’s premier Catholic healthcare system, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System is a nationally recognized major academic comprehensive health care organization sponsored by its founders, the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth since 1867. To learn more about the spectrum of leading edge services and compassionate care available at St. Joseph’s, visit www.StJosephsHealth.org

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Enhancing Community Connections

Community ConnectionsSt. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS) employees recognize that the various communities we serve are part of our extended family. We take pride in being good neighbors.

To meet the health needs of our community, St. Joseph’s has formed partnerships with community organizations such as schools, churches and government agencies to provide an extensive range of health care initiatives via community outreach programs. The hospital also provides various after-discharge services such as ambulatory care sites, clinic services, support groups and classes, case management services, hospices, homebound program and spiritual counseling.Community Connections 01

St. Joseph’s is continuously sponsoring, hosting and providing outreach programs at our medical facilities and in neighboring communities. These events include Wayne Day, Health Partners Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, Paterson’s Dominican Day Parade, Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Over the Edge event, and the Rotary Gift of Life program.

St. Joseph’s Healthcare System’s continued community support is evident in the 2015 – 2016 Make a Difference Project. In December, SJHS President and CEO Kevin Slavin invited the Management Team, comprised of Executive Leadership and Directors, to make a positive difference in someone’s life. The overall project was extremely successful in expanding community connections.

 

To learn more about our community connectedness, read the SJHS Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and yearly updates available via the links below. Community Connections 02

Community Health Needs Assessment: 

2013 St. Joseph's Healthcare System Community Health Needs Assessment 

Updates:

2014 St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment

2014 St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital Community Health Needs Assesssment

 

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ENHANCING OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH COLLABORATION & PARTNERSHIP

Community ConnectionsSt. Joseph’s Healthcare System (SJHS) employees recognize that the various communities we serve are part of our extended family. We take pride in being good neighbors.

To meet the health needs of our community, St. Joseph’s has formed partnerships with community organizations such as schools, churches and government agencies to provide an extensive range of health care initiatives via community outreach programs. The hospital also provides various after-discharge services such as ambulatory care sites, clinic services, support groups and classes, case management services, hospices, homebound program and spiritual counseling.Community Connections 01

St. Joseph’s is continuously sponsoring, hosting and providing outreach programs at our medical facilities and in neighboring communities. Here are some of the events from 2016: Wayne Day, Health Partners Breast Cancer Awareness Walk, Paterson’s Dominican Day Parade, Over the Edge Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey, Paterson Rotary Gift of Life.Community Connections 03

St. Joseph’s Healthcare System’s continued community support is evident in the 2016-2017 Make a Difference project. In December 2016, SJHS President and CEO, Kevin Slavin, challenged the Health System Management Team, comprised of Executive Leadership and Directors, to go out into the community and make a positive difference in someone’s life. Small groups of executives were formed and they swiftly moved forward with a variety initiatives and efforts throughout Passaic County. In a few short weeks, the teams of executives had connected with someone in need and jumped in to Make a Difference in their life. In 2017, the Make a Difference project will expand to System-Wide endeavors (engaging employees) to make new community connections.

 

To learn more about our community connectedness, view the most current SJHS Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) reports available via the links below. Community Connections 02

Reports:

2016 St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment Report - Executive Summary

2016 St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment - Summary Report

2016 St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Community Health Needs - Strategy Evaluation

2016 St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment Report - Executive Summary

2016 St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment - Summary Report

2016 St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Community Health Needs - Strategy Evaluation

Prior Reports:

2013 St. Joseph's Healthcare System Community Health Needs Assessment

2014 St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment

2014 St. Joseph's Wayne Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment

 

 

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