St. Joseph's Giving Tree is on display in the hospital’s main lobby. Covered in brilliant gold colored leaves atop the branches of the mighty oak tree, the leaves, acorns, and stones are engraved for donors who demonstrate a strong commitment to St. Joseph's Hospital and its future.
In an effort to add comfort for cancer patients receiving chemotherapy at St. Joseph's Hospital, the Oncology Unit was refurnished with new recliner chairs. Most patients receiving treatments spend three or more hours sitting as the medications are administered. New, more comfortable seating was purchased for the unit, allowing all patients to recline and rest comfortably when undergoing chemotherapy.
Historic Stained Glass Window Restoration
Work to restore and preserve the historic stained glass windows at St. Joseph's Hospital was done in March 2008. The windows are located in our current library, which was the original convent of the hospital built in 1938. Over the past 70 years, the windows had developed bulges and were in need of restorative work in order to be preserved for future generations to enjoy.