PeaceHealth St. John Wellness
PeaceHealth has provided health care in southwestern Washington and northwestern Oregon. We're guided by the values of an order of progressive religious women, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. Under their leadership, PeaceHealth has become nationally recognized for both exceptional medicine and compassionate care.
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace have been providing health care to communities in the Pacific Northwest since 1890, when two Sisters traveled west from New Jersey to establish a hospital in Bellingham, Wash. In 1976 they consolidated the various health care ministries in their Western Province into a single not-for-profit system, adopting the name PeaceHealth in 1994.
Today PeaceHealth operates six hospitals, medical groups, a chemical dependency program, health care joint ventures, and other services in: Southeast Alaska, Northwest Washington, southwest Washington/northwest Oregon, Oregon's Willamette Valley, and Oregon's central coast. System headquarters are in Bellevue, Wash. A system board sets overall direction, but each of the five regions has its own local governing board with responsibility to set local policy. The regions are also tied by a shared mission and values.
St. John Medical Center is a 193-bed acute care hospital and Level III Trauma Center providing emergency and acute health care services as well as championing initiatives and programs that enhance the health of the entire community.
* Dedicated to...Exceptional Medicine
* Dedicated to...Compassionate Care
- 193-bed acute care hospital
- Level III Trauma Center
- Emergency health care services
- Acute health care services
- Initiatives and programs that enhance the health of the entire community