Hear from Dan Frias, on why he enjoys being an RN at HSHS!
Hear from Natalie Serra, an RN, on why she loves her job at HSHS!
Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) cares for patients in communities throughout Illinois and Wisconsin. With 15 hospitals, scores of community-based health centers and clinics, hundreds of physician partners, and nearly 16,000 colleagues, HSHS is bringing healing and hope to millions of people each year.
As a Franciscan health care ministry, Hospital Sisters Health System is deeply committed to serving those who are most in need. We not only provide care within our facilities, but also reach out beyond our walls of our hospitals and clinics to care for the individual.
To reveal and embody Christ's healing love for all people through our high quality Franciscan health care ministry.
Rooted in our Franciscan Mission, we will be the unique, high quality Health System providing exceptional care, centered on the whole person.
Respect means the Franciscan respect for life from conception to natural death and for the dignity of each individual person. Respect is a commitment to freeing and empowering each person to develop his or her own potential.
Care embodies the concern, compassion and sensitivity with which we care for our patients as individuals on a one-to-one basis. It depicts our way of dealing with patients, clients and colleagues. Many times it is thought of as bedside behavior, but it also belongs in administrative offices, cafeterias and boardrooms.
Competence means that our work is performed and our institutions are managed with the highest level of skill and ability. We are committed to recruiting and developing people who are competent in their work and whose values reflect our own. Our values are an integral part of our System’s strategic plan, which provides the overall framework for local activities.
Joy is the manner in which our colleagues and all who join us in our ministry seek to perform their work – the internal fulfillment of caring for others. It is an essential ingredient in bringing a sense of hope to those who suffer. – less