About St. Joseph Hospital
St. Joseph Hospital is a values-based Catholic health care provider with a tradition of and commitment to excellence, based on the vision of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. The hospital's strong belief in the intrinsic dignity of each person commits it to be a just employer to its 3,800 employees; to provide healthcare for the whole person, body, mind and spirit; and to collaborate with the 1,000-member medical staff and other healthcare providers to increase access to quality health care.
St. Joseph Hospital is one of 15 health care ministries within the St. Joseph Health (SJHS), the 10th largest not-for-profit health system in the United States. As an SJHS ministry, St. Joseph Hospital's rich tradition of service and compassionate care for the community flow from its four core values of Dignity, Service, Excellence and Justice. These values shape each interaction with every person the hospital touches.
As a result, St. Joseph Hospital has become the largest and one of the busiest hospitals in Orange County, and the hospital of choice in our service area. Our quality indicators are second to none. We take pride in pursuing Perfect Care through the integration of best practices, a focus on leading-edge research, investment in the latest medical technology and responsiveness to community needs.
On behalf of everyone at St. Joseph Hospital, I wish you the very best of health. Thank you for allowing us to serve your healthcare needs.
Lawrence Ehrlich, D.O.
Chief of the Medical Staff
St. Joseph Hospital of Orange
Careers at St. Joseph Hospital
At St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, we have a vision for what the future looks like and it’s driven by the question, “What if?” What if there were no diseases? What if medicine cabinets stayed empty? What if IV bags became obsolete? This vision is not just our hope. It’s a goal that everyone at St. Joseph Hospital of Orange is continuously striving to reach.
If you have a calling to serve others and if you’re dedicated to answering the question “What if?,” then we invite you to explore career opportunities with the St. Joseph Hospital family.
At St. Joseph Hospital, we believe what we do is more than just a career – it is a calling. That's one of the reasons why we were the first Catholic hospital in the state of California to receive Magnet designation and why we were named by the Gallup Organization as one of America's best workplaces.
See what our employees have to say about their careers at St. Joseph Hospital:
“A medical record is essential, it tells the story of a patient. Every detail and every document must be complete and timely. Otherwise their story makes no sense.”
--Tricia Sampilo, Health Data Analyst
"As Physical Therapists, there is a lot of trust involved in what we do. Patients push through their pain and trust me that it will all be worth it. It’s pretty humbling."
--Melanie Atchison, Physical Therapist Assistant
"Everyone works by a set of rules. Mine is to treat every patient like a member of my family. It’s the best way I know to make sure they get the care and respect they deserve.”
--James Phan, RN, Emergency Dept.
"I'm passionate about the impact my career can have on helping save lives. I was raised by my grandmother and felt that it would make her proud to see me helping others. She brags to her friends about my career as a CLS! I wake up every day excited to go to work because I feel that I contribute to the diagnoses that help physicians administer the right treatment to cure patients."
-- Juzper Pascual, Lead Clinical Lab Scientist
great place to work for interning
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at St. Joseph Hospital, Orange in July 2014.
Applied online then was contacted by human resources for a phone interview. She was very friendly and asked me questions about my school clinicals and behavioral situations. For example "how did you deal with a difficult patient"?. I was told that I would be contacted by Friday if I was chosen to move on. I was contacted two weeks later and invited to the panel. The panel consisted of 7 nurses/chaplains/manager/ect. Everyone was kind, courteous, and genuine. The interview lasted 30 minutes and each person took time to ask a question. The questions were typical..."strengths/weakneses/change in pt status ect.
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