Saint Joseph Hospital is one of the newest hospitals in Denver with one of the oldest hospital’s reputation for excellence. Become a part of its exciting journey and enjoy living in one of the nation’s most vibrant cities.
Where experience and innovation come together in one
At Saint Joseph Hospital you’ll work in a state-of-the-art facility, built in 2014, with some of the latest technology and innovations in healthcare today. Yet this comes with the experience and tradition of a hospital that began as the city’s first private teaching hospital. This coming together of the old and new shapes our culture, where we respect tradition and deeply value experience, while focusing forward with new facilities and aspirations to be a leader in our field. Whatever your expertise or role, you’ll be part of this exciting journey.
Live, work and play in downtown Denver
Our hospital is located in the heart of downtown Denver, and it is older than the city itself. If you’re a city dweller, you’ve come to the right place. Denver is one of the hottest cities in the U.S., with nationally renowned restaurants and attractions, all of which are within miles of our hospital. Many of our employees bike to work or take advantage of the city’s growing light-rail service.
A culture you can be proud of
When you join Saint Joseph Hospital, you become part of a team that believes we’re part of something bigger than our jobs and ourselves. We’re helping people and making a difference, and we count on each other to do so. From working at clinics that serve the uninsured and underinsured to delivering thousands of babies each year, we all play a part in making Denver not just a great city, but a great community.
Accredited with magnet status
Saint Joseph Hospital was awarded Magnet status in May 2017, being recognized for nursing excellence and quality patient care. This is one of the highest national honors as only 7 percent of U.S. hospitals have this designation.
The Magnet Commission unanimously voted to credential Saint Joseph’s as a Magnet hospital. In their report, the commission noted several areas of work that were considered “Exemplars.”
Some of the Exemplars Saint Joseph Hospital were recognized for included:
- Daily Safety Huddle which embraces a high level of communication and multi-disciplinary approach to patient care
- Reduction in the Serious Event Rates
- Increase in Patient Satisfaction and Associate Engagement scores
- Consistent instances of nurses partnering with patients and their families to involve them in their care plan
- The Patient and Family Advocacy Council’s “Through the Eyes of our Patients” program
- Door to diagnostic evaluation times in our Emergency Department which outperformed national data
When you join Saint Joseph Hospital's team as a nurse, physician, technician, dietician, support staff, or any other, you are joining a team that makes patients the center of every care decision and care action we take.