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Our ultimate goal is to provide you with the best possible care during your hospital stay.
You may have visitors visit any time of day as long as they are healthy. Some units, such as critical care, intensive care, rehabilitation, and the emergency department may have restricted hours and age restrictions as well. Please observe these guidelines.
We are committed to caring for the health and safety of our patients, visitors, and staff. Because of this pledge, smoking and using any tobacco products is prohibited in all areas of the St. John's campus, including exterior walkways and parking lots.
My Care – Dignity Health provides a convenient, secure, and electronic way for you to access your clinic and hospital health information. All you need is internet access and an e-mail address.
A professional team of Board Certified Chaplains and Spiritual Care Volunteers are available to support you. St. John’s is dedicated to whole-person health care for body, mind, and spirit. Chaplains help patients and families draw on their own spiritual traditions and strengths as they cope illness, trauma, and emotional struggles.
At St. John's, we hold a sacred trust. Patients trust us with their lives. Family members trust us with their loved ones. Nothing we do is more important than working to ensure the safest environment possible for our patients, to show that their trust is well placed.