NEW COMMUNITY PHARMACY

St. James Parish Hospital is partnering with ProxsysRx, an expert in hospital-based pharmacy services, to open “Parish Pharmacy” in Lutcher.

EMPLOYEE OF THE QUARTER

Congratulations to the 2023 Employee of the 4th Quarter, Karen Keim McGaff, RT, RVT, RCS, RDMS, Vascular Ultrasound Technologist.

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St. James Parish Hospital in Lutcher is now seeking a Swing Bed Program Manager to oversee and coordinate the hospital's successful Swing Bed Program. A background in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy is required. Learn more or apply online tinyurl.com/sjphcareers. ... See MoreSee Less

St. James Parish Hospital in Lutcher is now seeking a Swing Bed Program Manager to oversee and coordinate the hospitals successful Swing Bed Program. A background in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy is required. Learn more or apply online tinyurl.com/sjphcareers.

This week is celebrated by the American Hospital Association as Community Health Improvement Week (#CHIWeek). We exist to make our community a better place to live. Check out our latest Care Connection (in mailboxes soon) which will highlight some of the latest ways we are growing and partnering to improve our community💙 ... See MoreSee Less

This week is celebrated by the American Hospital Association as Community Health Improvement Week (#CHIWeek). We exist to make our community a better place to live. Check out our latest Care Connection (in mailboxes soon) which will highlight some of the latest ways we are growing and partnering to improve our community💙

St. James Parish Hospital is now hiring a full-time Environmental Services Tech for general cleaning and disinfection of our facilities. Learn more or apply online at tinyurl.com/sjphcareers. ... See MoreSee Less

St. James Parish Hospital is now hiring a full-time Environmental Services Tech for general cleaning and disinfection of our facilities. Learn more or apply online at tinyurl.com/sjphcareers.

June 7 is #HAVhope Friday, a national day of awareness to end violence. AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence (HAV) initiative continues to shine a light on how hospitals and health systems are working to heal victims of violence and their communities, prevent further acts of violence and address violence in the workplace.

We recognize the emotional impact that workplace violence can have on our employees and promise to continue our groundwork with research, collaboration and ongoing assessments to reduce workplace violence.

Our mission has always been to provide a safe and secure environment for our staff. We understand there will be challenges along the way; however, we remain dedicated to making St. James Parish Hospital a SAFE and great place to work.
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June 7 is #HAVhope Friday, a national day of awareness to end violence. AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence (HAV) initiative continues to shine a light on how hospitals and health systems are working to heal victims of violence and their communities, prevent further acts of violence and address violence in the workplace.

We recognize the emotional impact that workplace violence can have on our employees and promise to continue our groundwork with research, collaboration and ongoing assessments to reduce workplace violence. 

Our mission has always been to provide a safe and secure environment for our staff. We understand there will be challenges along the way; however, we remain dedicated to making St. James Parish Hospital a SAFE and great place to work.

We're participating in National CPR and AED Awareness Week by encouraging you to go from "bystander to lifesaver." Visit heart.org/nation to begin your journey to learn CPR and you might be the next lifesaver.

❤️For local CPR classes, visit sjph.org/events
❤️www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQIZVZKL38c
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Were participating in National CPR and AED Awareness Week by encouraging you to go from bystander to lifesaver. Visit heart.org/nation to begin your journey to learn CPR and you might be the next lifesaver. 

❤️For local CPR classes, visit sjph.org/events
❤️www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQIZVZKL38c

LIMITED SPACES REMAINING - RSVP TODAY
Our last Safe Sitter Class of the year is June 13th - June 14th. We have only a few remaining spaces. Learn more or register online sjph.org/event/safe-sitter6-13-24/.
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LIMITED SPACES REMAINING  - RSVP TODAY
Our last Safe Sitter Class of the year is June 13th - June 14th. We have only a few remaining spaces. Learn more or register online sjph.org/event/safe-sitter6-13-24/.

Check our our latest #registerednurse openings. We have full-time, PRN and part-time opportunities in multiple departments. Learn more or apply online tinyurl.com/sjphcareers.

*Openings subject to change.
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Check our our latest #registerednurse openings. We have full-time, PRN and part-time opportunities in multiple departments. Learn more or apply online tinyurl.com/sjphcareers. 

*Openings subject to change.

Thank you PJ's for such great recognition of our team all month long and of course the delicious ☕️!Good morning and happy Tuesday!! This is the last week celebrating our 1st Annual Business of the month, St. James Parish Hospital. Thank you for being such a wonderful partner to the community. You enhance our Parish in so many ways and we are grateful for the partnership. SJP Hospital Employees, come in and enjoy your discount before it expires!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you PJs for such great recognition of our team all month long and of course the delicious ☕️!

DID YOU KNOW?
Louisiana has the highest drowning rate in the nation for children, with drowning being the 3rd leading cause of death for kids ages 1-14. Protect your children and loved ones by reviewing, following and sharing the safety tips below.

LDH SAFETY STEPS:
-Always have adult supervision when people are in or around the water. This is especially important for children and people who have seizure disorders or other medical conditions that could cause them to lose consciousness.
-Never swim alone. Always swim with a buddy.
-Take swimming lessons/teach water safety skills.
-Learn CPR.
-Do not use air-filled or foam toys in place of life jackets.
-Use alcohol responsibly around water and avoid use entirely when supervising children.
-Teach children to never run, push or jump on others around water.
-Keep a phone near the pool or other water body, along with rescue equipment, such as a life preserver and a shepherd's hook (a long pole with a hook at the end swimmers can grab to be pulled out of the water)
-Ensure that pools are surrounded by a fence at least four feet high. -Pool gates should self-close and self-latch at a height small children can't reach.
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DID YOU KNOW?
Louisiana has the highest drowning rate in the nation for children, with drowning being the 3rd leading cause of death for kids ages 1-14. Protect your children and loved ones by reviewing, following and sharing the safety tips below.  

LDH SAFETY STEPS:
-Always have adult supervision when people are in or around the water. This is especially important for children and people who have seizure disorders or other medical conditions that could cause them to lose consciousness.
-Never swim alone. Always swim with a buddy.
-Take swimming lessons/teach water safety skills.
-Learn CPR.
-Do not use air-filled or foam toys in place of life jackets.
-Use alcohol responsibly around water and avoid use entirely when supervising children.
-Teach children to never run, push or jump on others around water.
-Keep a phone near the pool or other water body, along with rescue equipment, such as a life preserver and a shepherds hook (a long pole with a hook at the end swimmers can grab to be pulled out of the water)
-Ensure that pools are surrounded by a fence at least four feet high. -Pool gates should self-close and self-latch at a height small children cant reach.
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