At Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, compassionate, patient-centered care is designed to treat the mind, body and spirit. Consisting of five award-winning hospitals and affiliated health centers serving southeast Michigan, we provide remarkable care close to home using leading-edge technology for patients and their families. A member of Trinity Health, our hospitals include St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea, St. Joseph Mercy Livingston, St. Joseph Mercy Oakland and St. Mary Mercy Livonia. Combined, the five hospitals are licensed for 1,553 beds, have five outpatient health centers, six urgent care facilities, more than 25 specialty centers; employ more than 15,300 individuals and have a medical staff of nearly 2,700 physicians. Our highly skilled nurses and physicians have made St. Joe's a national leader in cancer care, neuroscience, orthopedics, bariatric surgery, senior services, robotic surgery, and neonatal care. Our hospital ministries have received many accolades, including Truven 100 Top Hospitals, Governor’s Award of Excellence as well as HealthGrades America’s 100 Best Hospitals Award, Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence, Outstanding Patient Experience and Patient Safety Excellence.
Nurses from St. Joe's Ann Arbor race in a bedpan relay, one of several events in the Nurses Olympics across St. Joe's five hospitals during National Nurses Week in May.
(At left) Dr. David Steinberg, Paula Wallace and Dr. Lee Benjamin represent Team Joe's cycling club at the Tour de Livingston in Howell. Team Joe's is one of many clubs available to colleagues throughout the health system to encourage wellness.
Amanda Sweetman (center), manager of the Farm at St. Joe's Ann Arbor, leads colleagues in a lunch n' learn class on making 'salads in a jar' for quick and healthy lunches. The Farm at St. Joe's is one of the first hospital-based farms in the U.S.
Joe's Java cafes are fixtures in the lobbies of every hospital and health center. Quianna Guthery and Lissette Paredes are among the friendly faces that greet colleagues and visitors.