St.Vincent Jennings Hospital personnel wear ID badges that are white with black lettering and include the St.Vincent Health doves symbol, a photo of the employee, and the person's title and/or department.
All of our associates have one goal in mind: To care for you, our patient, to bring about your recovery as thoroughly and as quickly as possible
Our associates are highly trained and directed by the philosophy of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent dePaul, which calls upon them to protect and promote the dignity and rights of each person as they participate in the healing ministry of Christ.
Our physicians are members of the St.Vincent Jennings Hospital medical staff. Physicians consult with the nursing staff and possibly other medical personnel and are ultimately responsible for your medical care.
Our St.Vincent Jennings Hospital nursing staff is at the center of your healthcare team, and they are committed to providing you with exceptional nursing care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your nurses carry out your physician's orders for medical treatment and respond to your needs.
Use the nurse call system in your room to contact the nurses' station. Please feel free to ask your nurse if you have questions about your care at St.Vincent Jennings Hospital.
Along with nurses and physicians, your medical care rests in the hands of numerous healthcare specialists. These include:
Numerous associates who are vital to the operation of St.Vincent Jennings Hospital provide support to the doctors and nurses. These include administrators, unit managers, clerical workers, food and nutrition:
Together, they support your caregivers and help make your stay at St.Vincent Jennings Hospital as pleasant as possible.
Over volunteers regularly give their time at St. Vincent Health facilities, providing many services to enhance patient comfort. Volunteers deliver mail and flowers, work in the gift shop, provide assistance to patients and their families, and perform many other duties in nearly every hospital department.
These volunteers in red shirts or jackets give an important gift to patients and visitors−their compassion, time and service.