Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick
Accueil Sainte-Famille (Transition House) in Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick is a 10 bed emergency shelter for women and children who are victims of violence.
It was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph and is sponsored by Catholic Health International. There is a Board of Directors with the Executive Director.
The shelter not only provides security and lodging but also provides support for psychological and spiritual care with compassion.
ASPIRUS LANGLADE HOSPITAL
Antigo, Wisconsin, USA
Langlade Hospital was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph in 1933 and is sponsored by Catholic Health Partners, Inc. The Corporate Members of Langlade Hospital are Aspirus, Inc. and the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Health Corporation.
Langlade Hospital is a 23-bed critical access, Joint Commission-accredited Catholic hospital serving a population of approximately 26,000 people.
The new facility opened in Spring of 2012. The Hospital has more than 60,000 outpatient visits each year and offers much more than other Critical Care facilities including 3 operating rooms, a Birthing Center with 3 LDRP Rooms, the Volm Cancer Center, Dialysis Center, Neurology Clinic, Assisted Living Facilities and Childcare. The new Center for Health & Performance offers certified staff providing individual, evidence based training programs to reduce health risks and prevent/manage chronic illnesses. As a medically based fitness facility staff consult with physician advisers and promote exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Langlade Hospital is a progressive and trusted healthcare leader dedicated to improving the health of all those it serves and to providing excellent, compassionate and cost effective care.
MISSION STATEMENT: “As a Ministry of Jesus, we heal, promote health and enrich lives”.
COMPLEXE DE L’ESPOIR
Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick
Le Complexe de l’espoir is an affordable housing complex for women and children escaping domestic violence. The facility opened in May 2019 in
Tracadie-Sheila and includes six second stage housing units, including four one-bedroom units for single women and two other apartments for women
with children. The goal of this housing is to offer a safe environment to break the cycle of violence and regain independence.
Bathurst, New Brunswick
Foyer Notre-Dame de Lourdes is a 130-bed nursing home, which was founded in 1974 by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph. It is sponsored by Catholic Health International. The Board of Directors is made up of 12 members, including two members appointed by the
Religious Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph.
Foyer Notre-Dame de Lourdes has a dementia unit specializing in care for residents with Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, it includes a respite care bed for the region as well as a palliative care bed.
There is a Residents’ Council and programs are in place to promote health, safety and infection prevention. In the year 2000 a new facility was opened to replace existing building. The home has approximately 145 employees.
HÔPITAL DE L’ENFANT-JÉSUS RHSJ†
Caraquet, New Brunswick
L’Hôpital de l’Enfant-Jésus was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Vitalité Health Network. An advisory committee is appointed by Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission.
L’Hôpital de l’Enfant-Jésus offers diagnostic services (medical imaging, laboratory, electrodiagnosis), therapeutic services (physiotherapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, clinical nutrition, speech therapy and social services), and a walk-in clinic. Other clinical services include surgery, cardiology, medicine, gastroenterology, dermatology, urology, pediatrics and endocrinology, oncology, cervical cancer screening, influenza vaccine and mother-child. There are also services offered as a multidisciplinary team such as cardiac rehabilitation, pulmonary rehabilitation, diabetes management and pediatric development team.
Ste-Anne-de-Kent, New Brunswick
L’Hôpital Stella-Maris-de-Kent Hospital was founded by the Religieuses Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Cœur. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Vitalité Health Network. An Advisory Committee is appointed by and is accountable to Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission. The hospital provides emergency and primary health care services to a rural population of approximately 40,000 inhabitants in more than 22 francophone, Anglophone and native communities.
The health care team, in this 20 bed hospital, is made up of more than 10 physicians, 110 employees, a chaplain and over 20 volunteers. The population has access to a growing number of outpatient clinics. The hospital also offers therapeutic and diagnostic services. The Extra-Mural Program ensures continuity of care through home care services offered by a multidisciplinary team.
HÔTEL-DIEU DE SAINT-JOSEPH DE SAINT-QUENTIN
Saint-Quentin, New Brunswick
L’Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph de Saint-Quentin was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph in April 1947. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Vitalité Health Network. An Advisory Committee is appointed by and is accountable to Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission.
The hospital is currently a 6 bed acute care facility providing emergency services 24 hours a day. Specialists and other professionals from the Edmundston Regional Hospital visit the hospital regularly to provide ambulatory care services to the population.
HOTEL-DIEU GRACE HEALTHCARE
Originally founded in Windsor, Ontario in 1888 by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, Hotel Dieu grew to encompass the needs of the community and evolved into Hotel-Dieu Grace Hospital through an affiliation agreement with the Salvation Army and their Grace Hospital.
Another more recent realignment of healthcare services with Windsor Regional Hospital has evolved into Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare which provides the following specialized care:
Specialized Geriatric Services
Complex Continuing Care
Adult Specialized Mental Health and Addiction Services
Children’s mental health services
HOTEL DIEU OF ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
Perth-Andover, New Brunswick
Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph Hospital was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Horizon Health Network. An Advisory Committee is appointed by and is accountable to Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission.
It is an acute care hospital consisting of 22 beds and provides many acute care services to the population of the area including many ambulatory clinics. Visiting specialists from other facilities within Horizon Health Network visit the Hospital on a regular basis to provide services in such areas a cardiology, ENT, internal medicine, neurology, oncology, pediatrics, and physical medicine.
HOTEL DIEU HOSPITAL
Founded in 1845 in Kingston, Ontario by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph and sponsored by Catholic Health Partners, Inc. The Hospital has operated under Supplementary Letters Patent issued by the Province of Ontario since 1948.
Hotel Dieu Hospital is the ambulatory care teaching and research hospital for Kingston and Southeastern Ontario, affiliated with Queen’s University. We provide expert care to more than 500,000 people in the region through specialized programs including pediatrics, medicine, ophthalmology, cardiology, urology, surgery, mental health, oncology and urgent care. We deliver quality, safe health care, while advancing innovative research and educating the health care professionals of the future. Various out-reach programmes, like Detox, are offered to the community.
Leading the transformation of ambulatory care
Hotel Dieu Place
Miramichi, New Brunswick
Hotel Dieu Place was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International. Incorporated by a Special Act of the Legislature of the Province of New Brunswick in 1902, this Corporation, (originally The Sisters of the Hotel Dieu of Chatham N.B.) has the power to conduct and control an educational institution, a hospital, an orphanage and a home for the aged and infirm.
In 2010 the name of the Corporation was legally changed to Hotel Dieu Place, a seniors’ residential facility.
HOTEL DIEU SHAVER HEALTH & REHABILITATION CENTRE
St. Catharines, Ontario
Founded in 1948 in St. Catharines Ontario
Operating under Letters Patent issued by Consumer & Corporate Affairs Canada in 1987 providing In-patient complex continuing care and rehabilitation care.
Out-patient regional rehabilitation services and audiology and speech services and some outreach to the community e.g. audiology screening for all potential firefighters in the Niagara area and survivors of stroke group.
MOUNT ST. JOSEPH
Miramichi, New Brunswick
Mount St Joseph of Chatham, N.B. was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph in 1949. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International. It operated as a Nursing Home until October 2019. Presently options are being considered for the repurposing of the facility.
LES OEUVRES DE L’HÔTEL-DIEU SAINT-JOSEPH
Saint-Basile, New Brunswick
Les Oeuvres de l’Hôtel-Dieu Saint-Joseph (Résidence Hôtel-Dieu) is a seniors residential facility which offers a continuum of care and was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint-Joseph in Saint-Basile New Brunswick. It is sponsored by Catholic Health International.
Originally a convent school for girls, the facility was founded in 1857 by the Sisters of Charity of Saint John to meet the educational needs of Madawaska, New Brunswick. In 1873, seven Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph from Montreal arrived in Saint-Basile and replaced the Sisters of Charity, who had supervised the Académie du Madawaska from 1857 to 1873.
Today, a mixture of independent residents, residents with special needs and residents with Alzheimer’s disease occupy most of two wings of the Hôtel-Dieu. The remaining space is used for a chapel, a museum, foundation, library, dyslexia clinic and kindergarten organized and managed by lay people. The third wing contains the living quarters of the sisters and the infirmary.
PARTNERS IN MISSION FOOD BANK
As the result of a study conducted by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph to determine the greatest unmet needs in the City of Kingston, and out of their need to exercise their ministry to attend to the sick and the poor, the Sisters began the Food Bank. Established in 1984, and incorporated as a registered charity in 1998, to meet basic unmet food needs in the City of Kingston (Ontario) and area.
RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH HOUSING CORPORATION
Incorporated in 1990 to provide and operate non-profit residential accommodation to
- Persons of low income;
- Senior citizens primarily of low or modest income
- Disabled persons primarily of low or modest income
There is a total of 59 apartments, a combination of one and two bedroom units, of which 47 are rent-geared-to-income and 12 are market rent units. 6 of the units are wheelchair modified. There is also a recreational/meeting space with a kitchenette, TV, gas fireplace, exercise equipment and wireless internet.
ROCMAURA NURSING HOME
Saint John, New Brunswick
Rocmaura Inc. was founded by the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception in 1972 and is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International. Rocmaura is a loving home for 150 people, providing compassion and support for those who are unable to live in their own homes.
Rocmaura is divided into four (4) separate courts in a modular care model that focusses on the needs of those who live there. Each Court has their own dedicated staff and recreational programming. Trinity Court (24 bed dementia special needs unit), Garden Court (49 bed sister unit to Trinity Court), Terrace Court (48 bed physical care unit), and Hopewell Court (29 bed cognitively well unit).
With a particular focus on mission Rocmaura Nursing Home and St. Joseph’s Hospital share a Director of Mission funded by the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception.
ST. BERNARD HOSPITAL
Chicago, Illinois, USA
St. Bernard is an acute care facility serving an impoverished community of Chicago.
Under various outreach services:
Pediatric Outreach which includes the Pediatric Mobile Health Unit doing health screenings through the Chicago Public Schools in the community and a new dental office located in the hospital as part of an Oral Health Initiative to improve the Oral Health of Children in the community.
Community Development: Rebuilding the community’s economic health and infrastructure through the affordable housing development, “Bernard Place”. The hospital oversees the construction of over 100 plus homes available to qualified buyers.
ST. JOSEPH COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTRE
Dalhousie, New Brunswick
St. Joseph Community Health Centre (Dalhousie) was founded in 1953 by the Congrégation des Filles de Jésus. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Vitalité Health Network. An Advisory Committee is appointed by and is accountable to Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission. In 2005 the facility changed its mandate to become a community health center.
The Saint-Joseph Community Health Center offers primary care services, promotion and prevention programs, chronic disease management as well as a community mobilization and development program. The facility continues to provide specialized ambulatory care and mobile clinics, 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week walk-in service supported by diagnostic services. An outreach community health center, which is located 40 km away from the community health center, offers family medicine and nursing services, diabetes education programs, nutrition counseling, public health and mental health and roving specialist services.
ST. JOSEPH’S CONTINUING CARE CENTRE
Founded in 1897 Cornwall, Ontario and operating under Supplementary Letters Patent issued by the Province of Ontario in 1987, this Corporation was founded by The Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, and is now sponsored by Catholic Health International. The Centre offers quality health care to residents of Cornwall and the Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.
St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre currently employs 300 people: 100 in Complex Continuing Care and 200 in Long-Term Care, and provides 59 CCC beds and 150 LTC beds. Upon completion of a capital redevelopment project in 2009, all services are now co-located on York Street in a new and bright facility.
ST. JOSEPH’S HOSPITAL
Saint John, New Brunswick
St. Joseph’s Hospital was founded by the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception. It is owned and sponsored by Catholic Health International, and operated by Horizon Health Network. An Advisory Committee is appointed by and is accountable to Catholic Health International to ensures the continuity of the mission.
St. Joseph’s Hospital, located in the center of the City of Saint John, is known as a Center of Excellence for Geriatric Medicine. The hospital is also home to a thriving ambulatory Surgical Center, a comprehensive Breast Health Program, women’s health services, various medical and surgical clinics, diagnostic/therapeutic services, an Urgent Care Centre, the St. Joseph’s Community Health Centre and the New Brunswick Eye and Tissue Bank.
With a particular focus on mission St. Joseph’s Hospital and Rocmaura Nursing Home share a Director of Mission funded by the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception.
ST. JOSEPH RESIDENCE
New London, Wisconsin, USA
Founded in 1967 in New London Wisconsin. Incorporated under Amended Articles of Incorporation in the state of Wisconsin in 1971
Operate a 107 bed skilled care nursing home 32 bed community based residential facility 26 unit retirement apartment building.
Outreach to community e.g. meals on wheels.
ST. JOSEPH RESIDENCE – THE WASHINGTON CENTER
New London, Wisconsin, USA
Founded in 2002. Incorporated under Amended Articles of Incorporation in 2003 and operates 33 assisted living apartments.Outreach to community: several services use space to serve seniors, disabled etc.
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia
Villa Saint-Joseph-Du-Lac operates as a provincially funded, not-for-profit facility with a normal operating capacity of 79 residents. It was founded by the Religious Hospitallers of Saint Joseph, owned and operated by Catholic Health Partners Inc., and is governed by a Board of Directors comprising lay and religious. The Board of Directors is accountable to Catholic Health Partners Inc.
We are a community, living and promoting Christian values, dedicated to the service of the elderly and handicapped entrusted to our care, while valuing and supporting our employees.
Villa Saint-Joseph-du-Lac provides a high standard of care to the residents who make it their home. We are facility that believes in personal growth, continuing education, community involvement and quality of life. The provincial government has announced the replacement of this facility with the construction of a new nursing home on the present site. Ground breaking began in October of 2012.
CATHOLIC HEALTH PARTNERS FOUNDATION
Miramichi, New Brunswick
Incorporated in 1988 under the Canada Corporations Act, the corporate name was changed to the above by Supplementary Letters Patent on July 5th, 2007. The Corporation receives and maintains a fund or funds and to apply all, or part thereof, and the income there from for the purposes of Catholic Health Partners, Inc. and the charitable health care institutions which it serves.
FONDATION DR. ROMARIC BOULAY INC. DE L’HÔTEL-DIEU DE ST-JOSEPH DE ST-QUENTIN
St-Quentin, New Brunswick
The Fondation Dr. Romaric Boulay Inc. de l’Hôtel-Dieu de St-Joseph de St-Quentin is a non-profit organization that supports Hôpital de l’Hôtel Dieu de St-Quentin through fund-raising and community outreach efforts.
FONDATION HÔPITAL L’ENFANT-JÉSUS INC.
Caraquet, New Brunswick
The Fondation Hôpital de l’Enfant-Jésus Inc. 1988 was created to help raise funds to improve the quality of health care services provided at the Enfant-Jésus RHSJ† Hospital in Caraquet. The Fondation Hôpital de l’Enfant-Jésus Inc. 1988 is a registered charity. It has established several programs to make charitable giving easier.
FONDATION SOEUR CÉCILE RENAULT INC.
Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick
The Fondation Soeur Cécile Renault Inc. provides financial support for L’Accueil Sainte Famille Inc. in order to improve its facilities and services. The House is primarily for families in the Acadian Peninsula. The Foundation also offers financial support for various commitments and activities organized by the Transition House; awareness of the existence of violence and its various forms; education on respect and non-violence; advertisement for L’Accueil Sainte-Famille and their services and staff training.
Saint John, NB
Rocmaura Foundation was formed in 1993 to raise and receive funds in order to improve resident services and programs provided by Rocmaura Nursing Home. Control and management of the Foundation is vested in its volunteer Board of Directors, persons with fund raising experience who serve up to two (2) three (3) year terms. Rocmaura Foundation is sponsored by Catholic Health International.
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION
Saint John, NB
St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation was established in 1982 to carry on the fundraising mission of the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception and is now the major fundraising body for St. Joseph’s Hospital. Sponsorship of St. Joseph Hospital Foundation has been transferred from the Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception to Catholic Health International. The Foundation organizes fundraising activities such as the Saint John Dragon Boat Festival.
RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL HEALTH SERVICES, INC.
This for-profit endeavour was incorporated March 9, 1993 to bring the centuries of health care knowledge of the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph and those who work with them and the Canadian Health Care experience to other countries. Saudi Arabia was very much in need of administrative and other expertise in their hospitals and in the delivery of health care generally. They were actively searching to purchase such expertise internationally. This company was formed for the purpose of delivering such expertise should it be the successful bidder for the contract, and to source other endeavours. It was hoped that this would lead to a means of financial support for the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Health System which was providing administrative and other support for the Canonical Sponsor and for the Members of the Corporations so sponsored. This company is currently inactive (i.e. shell corporation).
RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH HEALTH CORPORATION
Antigo, Wisconsin, USA
Incorporated in the State of Wisconsin and filed by the State on December 26, 2007, the Corporation was organized for the purposes of providing governance and oversight to a charitable non-profit hospital, Langlade Hospital – Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph of Antigo Wisconsin.
RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH HEALTH SYSTEM
The Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Health System, incorporated in 1988 under the Canada Corporations Act, is a registered charity formed to provide charitable and religious works and acts as advisors on all matters pertaining to the management and operation of all health care and housing institutions sponsored by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph.
THE RELIGIOUS HOSPITALLERS OF ST. JOSEPH OF VILLA MARIA
Incorporated in 1955 to establish, construct, operate and maintain a residence, home or institution for aged persons. This Corporation is currently inactive.