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Patient and Visitors

Patients & Visitors

Due to rising COVID-19 transmission rates in our community, St. Joseph Health will again require visitors and staff to wear masks while inside hospital and clinic facilities.

Welcome to St. Joseph Health. Our team is dedicated to the well-being of our patients, visitors, and the community. Please find information below to help you navigate your healthcare journey and know what to expect as you visit our facilities.

If you require assistance, please inform the registrar or your nurse.  

You also may find useful information at:

Hearing Loss Association of Houston

Hearing Loss Association of America

Spiritual Care

Our Spiritual Care teams are available 24/7 at all St. Luke’s Health facilities to help meet the emotional and spiritual needs of our patients and their families. Please contact a member of your care team if you need to speak with someone from the Spiritual Care department. For an area of solace, our hospital chapels offer a place of reflection and prayer for all faiths. Each St. Luke’s chapel is open to all. Ask any member of our hospitals’ staff for chapel locations.

For FY23, our hospital is focusing on improving the safety and quality of our care. Focused performance improvements include: Acute Care and Ambulatory Care Patient Experience, Sepsis Mortality, 7-Day Readmissions, Hospital Acquired Infections such as CAUTI, CLABSI, C. Difficile, and Pressure Injuries. For measurable results of our efforts, please review the Hospital Compare Site.

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