Your care is in capable (clean, thoroughly washed) hands. No matter what procedure you’re coming in for, our ORs and hospital facilities are adhering to the latest safety guidelines and are implementing the most-effective protocols.

Don’t keep your health on hold any longer. Here’s what to expect when you come to see us for your elective surgeries and procedures:

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Surgical Protocols

All patients having elective procedures either are fully vaccinated or have been tested for COVID-19.


We’ve got temperature and symptom screening for everyone who enters our facilities.

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Required Masking

We’ve got masks, and we require that staff and visitors wear them at all times.

Separate Spaces

Patients who require treatment for COVID-19 will be cared for in a designated space, separate from our other treatment areas.

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Enhanced Cleaning

We’ve got increased frequency and intensity of cleaning — using robust disinfecting processes.

Social Distancing

We’ve got new processes and changes to our facilities that create space for social distancing.

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We have implemented safety guidelines, and we provide masks for all of our visitors.

Virtual Care

We’ve got options for video and over-the-phone appointments.

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It’s time to take your health off Hold.

Current Patient?

If you are already in the care of one of our specialists, please contact their office directly to reschedule or to schedule a new appointment. Or schedule online via mySt.Joseph’s by clicking the button below.



If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911, or come directly to our emergency department.

New Patient?

We’ve got care coordinators ready to help find the right physician for your specific health needs.
To submit an appointment request:
Click below or call

888.STJOES1 (1.888.785.6371). Appointment request
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