Life is anything but normal right now. And while you’re trying to take care of everyone else, make sure to take care of yourself. Let us be your partner in health, whether you’re recovering from an injury, checking in for your annual exam, or learning to meditate in an online class.
Because when you take care of yourself, everyone around you benefits.
Because of generous donors like you, people in our communities have access to the highest quality healthcare services close to home and loved ones. Your gifts also help ensure no one is ever turned away because they lack insurance coverage or are unable to pay for treatment.
Volunteers are a vital part of our healthcare team, giving time and energy to help create the best possible experience for patients, visitors, and staff. There are many ways both adults and youth can volunteer, from providing wheelchair assistance and supporting families in our hospital waiting rooms, to assisting hospice patients and helping out at fundraising events.
St. Luke’s is part of the communities we serve, and we want to help make them better places to live and thrive. That’s why we give back—through millions of dollars in unreimbursed services, care, and investments; through Community Health Needs Assessments, which pinpoint and assess the most critical healthcare needs in our communities; and through financial support to like-minded community organizations. Discover how we’re giving back to your community.
Our volunteer board members are local citizens and leaders dedicated to ensuring you have access to the most advanced, comprehensive healthcare possible.
National awards and accreditations let you know you can count on St. Luke’s for the highest levels of patient care and safety.
If you’re committed to professional and personal growth, continuing education, a positive work environment, and excellent patient care, join us at St. Luke’s.