St. Joseph's Hospital
3.9 out of 5 stars.
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St. Joseph's Hospital

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Where Dignity and Compassion Supports Patient-Centered Care

I am never in any doubt whether my organization cares about its patients. Every day, I see staff from every department strive to make St. Joseph's Hospital a reassuring and comforting place to be.

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The lab is full of friendly people to work with and very knowledgable individuals whom you get to learn a lot from. The environment is positive and not distracting so everyone is fairly productive.
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Overall rating

3.9

Based on 483 reviews
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3.8Work/Life Balance
3.8Salary/Benefits
3.6Job security/advancement
3.5Management
3.7Culture

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