We are a Catholic health ministry, providing healing and care for the whole person, in service to all in our communities.
We will be a growing Catholic, integrated, community-centered health partner.
Our Judeo-Christian tradition compels us to promote Gospel values in all of our endeavors. We commit to honor these core values:
We show respect, caring and sensitivity towards all, honoring the dignity of each person, especially the poor, vulnerable and suffering.
We promote justice and ethical behavior, and responsibly steward our human, financial and environmental resources.
We work in partnership, dialogue and shared purpose to create healthy communities.
We deliver all services with the highest level of quality, while seeking creative innovation.
St. Joseph Hospital was founded in 1908 by Monsignor Henri Milette under the sponsorship of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal, or “Grey Nuns”, to primarily serve Nashua’s French-Canadian community. With reverence for the poor and vulnerable, we continue our commitment of hope and healing in the spirit of the Grey Nuns and their foundress, St. Marguerite d’Youville, to spread the good news of God’s intrinsic love for every human being.