St. John of God’s hospitality grew out of his personal experience of meeting the needs of those who suffered, with care and compassion, offering them respect and dignity in a manner that was restorative and healing.

St. John of God Retirement and Care Center seeks to continue to care in the manner of St. John of God. Hospitality offered by St. John of God, is both a culture and a process in its manner of leading, being and serving those who suffer. We create an environment where people can feel welcomed, comfortable, understood, esteemed and loved.

Putting people in touch with their humanity is a spiritual journey. Hospitality as culture is relational. It is welcoming, open, accepting, understanding, healing, and pays attention to the needs of the co-workers, residents, family members and those who visit. Hospitality as spirit care is about putting people in touch with the redeeming valuing of vulnerability and getting in touch with the human as redeemed.