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Tad Phelps’ Story: A Tradition of Giving Back is Helping St. Joe’s Move Forward

Growing up in Las Vegas, Nevada, Tad Phelps’ parents instilled in him the importance of giving back. Even though they didn’t have a lot of money they always gave what…

David Osterweil’s Story: Marathon Runner Gets Unexpected Lesson in Perseverance

David Osterweil’s story is like so many others.  A bright, energetic young man leaves home for college, works hard, pursues a career, meets someone he wants to share his life…

A New Hometown and a New Lease on Life

Cheryl Bailey was busy planning her upcoming move from Illinois to Tampa and counting down the days to sunshine and beaches after spending years of frigid winters. Even though her…

Building Foundations of Support: St. Joseph’s Hospitals, A Special Place Inside and Out

It’s been more than a decade since Max Miller first interned with a local general contractor and worked on the new patient tower at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital. Since then,…

Arlette Jordan Found Love – and So Much More Working at St. Joseph’s Hospital

When Arlette Jordan was only 15 years old, she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. And while that certainly wasn’t in her life’s plan at such a young age,…

Delivering Decades of Care at St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital

Growing up in Cuba, Dr. Lazaro Hernandez remembers being surrounded by family members in the medical profession, and even as a young boy what impressed him most weren’t the stories…

St. Joe’s is More Than Just the Local Hospital. It’s Part of Our Community.

Early in 2020, Karen and Micah’s two children, Dexter and Hadley, were lounging in one of the family’s hammocks enjoying the sunny weather. Soon their giggles turned to tears when…

From Patients to Healers: How Three Former St. Joe’s Patients Were Inspired to Return as St. Joe’s Team Members

A doctor has just given you devastating news. Your child has cancer. Everything else that comes after those words seems to be a blur. Your child has cancer. What now?…