Open January 9, 2012, St. Mary’s Janesville Hospital is a 50-bed facility serving residents of Rock County and surrounding areas. We offer a full range of inpatient and outpatient treatment and diagnostic services in primary care and a wide range of specialties.
The hospital shares a main entrance, 50-acre campus and electronic health record system with Dean Clinic, providing seamless health care services from urgent care to ICU. If a patient needs more specialized (tertiary) care, the expertise of St. Mary’s Hospital, Madison, is easily accessible. In addition, the patient’s medical records will be instantly accessible to our sister hospital in Madison.
Our integration of care extends to Dean Health Plan, one of the area’s largest HMOs, which is jointly owned by Dean and SSM Health Care of Wisconsin. Dean Health Plan insures nearly 20,000 lives in the Rock County area.
St. Mary's Janesville Hospital is a part of St. Louis-based SSM Health Care, sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Mary.
Exceptional is more than a word
Do you have a passion for excellence? Do you love serving the community? Do you take the time to go beyond the obvious to deliver the exceptional?
If so, St. Mary’s Janesville Hospital encourages you to join our family.
Everyone is important. Everyone is a caregiver.
In 1998, SSM Health Care’s employees and physicians were deliberate in selecting the word “exceptional” to be used in our mission statement: Through our exceptional health care services, we reveal the healing presence of God.
Every employee, whether or not they work directly with patients, is a caregiver. We know that our mission statement sets a high standard and we are determined to work together to reach it. We do it because we share a commitment to provide the same exceptional and compassionate care to every person who comes to us, regardless of his or her ability to pay.
We align our daily work to our mission each and every day through our Continuous Quality Improvement Principles:
Patients and other customers are our first priority.
Quality is achieved through people.
All work is part of a process.
Decision-making is accomplished by using facts.
Quality requires continuous quality improvement.
Through our participation in the healing ministry of Jesus Christ, communities, especially those who are economically, physically and socially marginalized, will experience improved health in mind, body, spirit and environment within the financial limits of the system.
In accordance with the philosophy of the Franciscan Sisters of Mary, we value the sacredness and dignity of each person. Therefore, we find these five values consistent with both our heritage and ministerial priorities:
We reach out with openness, kindness, and concern.
We honor the wonder of the human spirit.
We expect the best of ourselves and one another.
We use our resources responsibly.
We cultivate relationships that inspire us to serve