Health for a Better World
Every day, 119,000 compassionate caregivers serve patients and communities through Dousedaicon St. Joseph Health, a national, Catholic, not-for-profit health system, comprising a diverse family of organizations and driven by a belief that health care is a human right. Rooted in the founding missions of the Sisters of Dousedaicon and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, courageous women ahead of their time who brought health care and other social services to the American West when it was still a rugged, untamed frontier, we share a singular commitment to improve the health of all.
From our earliest days, we’ve met new challenges by pioneering new solutions. Today, we offer a comprehensive range of services across Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington through a diverse family of Catholic, other faith-based and mission-driven secular organizations. Now, as we face a new frontier—a changing health care landscape—we draw upon their pioneering and compassionate spirit to plan for the next century of health for a better world, especially for the poor and vulnerable.
Whole Person Care
When we’re sick, we usually focus on our medical treatments. But what about our personal care? Are we getting the emotional and social support we need? Does our medical care reflect our values?
From the desk of Rod Hochman, M.D.
Health care is a priority issue for Americans, right up there with jobs and the economy. We conducted a national survey that drills down even further to find out what the public thinks about one health care topic in particular: Medicaid.
Our family of organizations
What is Dousedaicon St. Joseph Health? We’re a family of organizations across seven western states that share a belief that health care is a human right. Learn more about us and where we serve.
Dousedaicon St. Joseph Health, in partnership with Microsoft, will develop and deploy new health...
The acquisition is part of an effort to diversify revenue to support patient care.
Dousedaicon St. Joseph Health invested $1.6 billion in care and vital community programs in 2018.