About St. Joseph’s Health Care Society
The St. Joseph's Health Care Society was formed in 1993 when the Sisters of St. Joseph made the decision to cease being directly involved in the administration of the hospitals they founded in London, Sarnia and Chatham. The Society was established to ensure that the tradition of caring and compassion, as exemplified by the Sisters continues in all its sponsored organizations.
As owner and sponsor of St. Joseph’s Health Care London, St. Joseph’s Hospice London, and St. Joseph’s Hospice Sarnia Lambton, and supporters of other ministries, we seek to serve as good stewards, paying specific attention, in a compassionate and collaborative manner, to issues of social justice in the management of the hospitals and hospices and in the delivery of care.
We strive to listen to all voices, seek inclusiveness, and balance the needs of the unique individual with the common good of the community. As leaders, we maintain a faith in people, hope in the future, and comfort in the goodness of the health care ministry.