This is our calling.

The women and men who work at St. Joseph’s regard caring for our residents as a calling, not a job. We learn from our residents each and every day and are constantly amazed by the movement of life and love within our walls.

It is our great privilege to care for our residents. And because it is, we delight in creating a special home for our residents.

Meet some of our caregivers.

Deb Belliveau

“I’ve had an overall great experience here and I encourage others in the healthcare field to join our team. It’s a positive and friendly workplace.”

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Joe Latini

“I had a chance to give back to the community that I grew up in.”

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Denise Dudley

“I love how well everyone works together at Saint Joseph’s.”

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Joe Macisso Jr.

“My Saint Joe’s ‘family’ is what keeps me invested.”

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Michelle Jacques

“I’ve never been in a place where everyone is so willing to help each other.”

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Jane McDermott

“No one stays in a place just because of the facility. You stay because of emotional attachment to the residents and the respect you have for your co-workers.”

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Agnes LaStoria

“Our message is ‘We’re all in this together.'”

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Georgia Jamo

“There is such a presence of family here, with staff and residents, that I never feel like I’m truly ‘working’.”

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Kelley Hartman

“It’s about people come out of their offices to cheer on a man who hasn’t walked in months as he takes his first steps down the hall with prosthetics.”

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Leanna Stackhouse

I feel truly blessed to have the opportunity to work in a facility that gives so much.

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