About St. John’s Hospital
St. John’s is a regional medical center that serves a population base of 1.5 million central and southern Illinois residents. St. John’s is the flagship hospital of Hospital Sisters Health System, a health care ministry with 13 hospitals and a multi-specialty medical group in Illinois and Wisconsin. We offer a variety of nationally recognized service lines to meet patient needs, including (but not limited to):
St. John’s serves as a Level I Trauma Center on a yearly rotating basis, and supports several areas of medical careers education such as dietetics, medical technology, clinical laboratory sciences and respiratory therapy. We are a teaching hospital for SIU School of Medicine and have St. John’s College, Department of Nursing on our campus. Together, these services provide patients and their families with exceptional health services in the 135+-year tradition of the Hospital Sisters of St. Francis.
St. John's is nearly finished with its $41 million patient floor renovation project.
This is a photo of one of the newly renovated floors.