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News from 2020

News from 2020

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Takes a Knee

The team members kneeled in unison for 8 minutes and 46 seconds—the amount of time a Minneapolis police officer knelt on an unarmed George Floyd’s neck resulting in his death.

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Welcomes Patients Back for In-Person Medical Care at Hospital and Its Outpatient Primary and Specialty Care Locations

t. John’s outpatient primary and specialty care sites located throughout the peninsula, and the hospital’s emergency department are open and community members should not delay in getting the in-person medical care they need.

Donated Care Packages Bring Relief and Joy to 1,700 Team Members at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital

The care packages were distributed by American Red Cross volunteers as staff entered and exited the hospital’s campus.

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Celebrates Its Team Members with Early Morning Applause and Superhero Characters on National Superheroes Day

While observing social distancing guidelines, management team members grabbed hand clappers and lined up around the hospital’s main entrance at 7:00 am to deliver a rousing round of applause that lasted a grand total of 1.5 hours.

More than 120 COVID-19 Patients Successfully Treated and Discharged at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital

pal Hospital (SJEH). The hospital has been at the forefront of the fight against COVID-19 since early March when it confirmed the first positive case of COVID- 19 in Queens, NY.

Special “Clap Off”

We want say thank you to the true heroes—the doctors, the nurses, the environmental services staff, the cooks, and the entire staff at St. John’s.

St. John’s Episcopal Hospital Welcomes New Year’s Baby Born Minutes After Midnight on January 1- Baby and family benefit from life-saving equipment

Baby Kenzo entered the world at 4 lbs., 13 ounces, 18 inches long, and is the first baby born at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital (SJEH) this year.