HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital is moving forward into the next era of health care with new hospital facilities, new technology and a renewed commitment to our tradition of quality care for the Highland community. We deliver a full spectrum of healthcare, with both inpatient and outpatient services. From emergency care and a wide array of imaging technology, to top-notch surgery and rehabilitation, along with Cancer Care and our Wound Care Center, our team focuses on compassionate healing and wellness.
HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital (Highland) is conducting a community health needs assessment survey among residents within the hospital’s service area in portions of Madison, Clinton and Bond counties. The goal of the survey is to determine the health care needs (physical and emotional) of the area and develop strategies to address those needs.The survey is completely confidential and no identification will be requested. It should take 10 minutes or less to complete. Go here to take the survey now!
SJH appreciates your cooperation in completing this survey as its results will guide HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital (Highland) to develop future programs and services. That's why it’s important that questions are answered honestly and completely. The hospital’s top priority is meeting the health care needs of the community by being the local health care provider of choice as well as providing an extraordinary patient experience. For more information on the hospital's community health needs assessment, please contact Randy Schorfheide, Director of Marketing, at (618) 651-2590.
Now, HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital is partnering with Cardon Outreach to help you access the health insurance plan you need. Read more…
HSHS St. Joseph's Hospital now offers patients one of the newest and easiest tools for health care management through ChartMyHealth. Take this opportunity to become an active participant in your own health and wellness by joining today!
Now you can order a commemorative brick from the demolition of our old facility on Main Street. Read more…
" On July 25, 2013, my daughter, mother-in-law, and sister-in-law were all brought to your Emergency Department"...READ MORE