Calvery John James Hospital


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Calvery John James Hospital

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173 Strickland Crescent

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02 6281 8100

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02 6281 8168

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About Us
Calvary John James Hospital is a notforprofit hospital that provides comprehensive inpatient and day surgery services including orthopaedic general surgery ENT urology gastroenterology vascular obstetrics and gynaecology and plastic surgery We also provide general medical and both inpatient and day program rehabilitation services

Located in the quiet suburb of Deakin Calvary John James Hospital and Lidia Perin Memorial Hospital are situated on adjacent blocks Both hospitals are low level constructions and with the majority of wards being located on one level are easily accessible for those with mobility difficulties

The JJMH site covers four hectares of land integrating extensive gardens which provide a sanctuary for patients and visitors alike

We have over 400 employees and believe they are the foundation of our business While our staff work hard as you would expect in any health care organisation we also value them by providing fortnightly staff barbeques fresh fruit baskets in each area and have given them a voice to shape the environment they work in

Calvary John James Hospital is owned by the Little Company of Mary Health Care a national organisation providing hospital services aged care palliative care and home care services in 26 locations around Australia

Little Company of Mary acquired John James Memorial Hospital on 16 October 2006 and although its name has changed the excellent service and patient care continues in line with the values of hospitality healing stewardship and respect

Calvary John James was proud to be awarded an Employer of Choice for Women by the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency EOWWA in April 2008 This is a prestigious acknowledgement that recognises our hospital as a leading organisation in contributing to equal opportunity to women in the workplace and eliminating discrimination This is a benefit to all staff and we believe improves our business outcomes

Mission amp Values
Our mission
To bring the healing ministry of Jesus to those who are sick dying and in need through being for others

in the Spirit of Mary standing by her Son on Calvary

through the provision of quality responsive and compassionate health aged
and community care services based on Gospel values and

in celebration of the rich heritage and story of the Sisters of the Little
Company of Mary

Our vision
To be and to be recognised as a leader in strengthening and developing Catholic health at regional and national levels through the creation of integrated models of care where excellence and leadership are pursued by all to best meet the needs of the people and communities we serve

Our values
As stewards of the rich heritage of care and compassion of the Little Company of Mary we are guided by our values

Hospitality we demonstrate and foster openness to others in a spirit of
warmth compassion and gracious receptivity

Healing we anticipate and respond to the needs of people by the provision
of holistic care

Stewardship we ensure that our philosophy governs the way we relate to our
people and to the communities we serve that we respect and care for our
environment and that we use our scarce health care resources to best
advantage as a united group

Respect we respect the sacredness of the gift of life the value and
dignity of all persons and our obligation to relate to all with justice and
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