System Overview

St. Joseph's Home Care

To meet with the ever increasing demands for health care whether traditional or alternative, St. Joseph’s Home Care provides a multitude of services in response to the community need. St. Joseph’s Home Care mandate is to help people including the frail, elderly, and disabled lead more independent lives through nursing, personal and home support services tailored to meet the needs of the individual.

  • Number of beds: N/A
  • Number of staff: 330
  • Annual Revenue: $14M
  • Established: 1921
St. Mary's General Hospital, Kitchener

St. Mary’s General Hospital in Kitchener,Ontario, is a provincial leader in cardiac care and the second largest acute care hospital in the St. Joseph’s Health System. Staff, physicians and volunteers provide patient centred care to hundreds of thousands of patients every year in five core areas of clinical focus – Regional Cardiac Care, Respiratory Care (Level 1 Thoracic Surgery Centre), Outpatient Surgery, General Medicine, and Emergency Care.

  • Number of beds: 152
  • Number of staff: 1381
  • Annual Revenue: $152M
  • Established: 1924
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

For over 121 years St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH) has cared for the community in a spirit of compassion, innovation, and commitment, a drive that has nurtured the growth of the organization into a multi-site, regional, tertiary, academic health science centre. As a premier academic and research health care organization, SJHH commits to making a difference in people’s lives and the future of our community, through integrated health services and internationally recognized programs.

  • Number of beds: 750
  • Number of staff: 4480
  • Annual Revenue: $581M
  • Established: 1890
St. Joseph's Lifecare Centre, Brantford

St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre, Brantford is breaking ground with a new concept of health care, one that combines Long Term Care with Brant County’s first Hospice as well as a centre for Research and Academics. The St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre is a multi-generational place of care, hope and education. Although our name and focus has changed, our commitment to the mission, philosophy and compassion we are known for, never will.
  • Number of beds: 215
  • Number of staff: 360
  • Annual Revenue: $18M
  • Established: 1955
St. Joseph's Health Centre, Guelph

St. Joseph’s Health Centre has been serving the Guelph and Wellington community since the day it first opened its doors as a refuge for the sick, the injured, the frail and the indigent in 1861. Today, we are Guelph’s leading, fully accredited,not-for-profit provider of resident long-term care, complex continuing care, and rehabilitation services. St. Joseph’s Health Centre is committed to providing exemplary care in a home-like, stimulating, and supportive environment.
  • Number of beds: 332
  • Number of staff: 680
  • Annual Revenue: $46M
  • Established: 1861
St. Joseph's Villa, Dundas

St. Joseph’s Villa is recognized as one of Ontario’s largest and most innovative long term care homes.St. Joseph’s Villa’s has built a new vision of long term care , one that understands that "there’s no place like home”. The Villa provides a modern home and continuum of care able to meet the needs of seniors and their families now and into the future.
  • Number of beds: 546
  • Number of staff: 665
  • Annual Revenue: $36M
  • Established: 1879
International Outreach Program

For the past 20 years, we have worked to build sustainable healthcare capacity in the developing world. This work is grounded in the Sisters of St. Joseph of Hamilton’s healing mission and we are proud of the work we have done in Russia, Yemen, Israel, Dominica and, currently, projects in Haiti and Uganda. We partner with developing countries to provide training in current medical, nursing and biomedical techniques.

Member Foundations

Our member Foundations work together to facilitate the effective and efficient use of their resources in raising funds. This innovative and collaborative approach enhances each member organization’s potential to raise funds in their respective community to support education, research, capital and equipment needs for the people they serve. 

Please visit individual foundation organization sites if you wish to make a donation or learn more.

  • St. Joseph’s Healthcare Foundation (Hamilton) http://stjoesfoundation.ca/
  • St. Joseph’s Health Centre Foundation (Guelph) http://www.sjhcg.ca/foundation/
  • St. Joseph’s Lifecare Foundation (Brantford) https://www.sjlc.ca/Foundation.aspx
  • St. Joseph’s Villa Foundation (Dundas) https://www.sjlc.ca/Foundation.aspx
  • St. Mary’s General Hospital Foundation (Kitchener) http://www.supportstmarys.ca/
  • St. Joseph’s Health System International Outreach Program https://internationaloutreach.ca/
International Outreach Program

The International Outreach Program of St. Joseph’s Health System saves lives in developing countries by training their doctors. The International Outreach Program is a non-profit organization that partners with universities, medical schools and teaching hospitals in countries that need more doctors, particularly more specialists and sub-specialists. Through its partnership with McMaster University, the program gives medical students and doctors the academic knowledge and clinical skills they need to prevent illness, restore health, save lives—and train other doctors to do the same. Trainees also acquire leadership, communication, negotiation and teaching skills that help them generate lasting change in their communities and countries.