Hospital Dedicates Third Time Capsule Peggy Sebastian, president and CEO of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland (pictured front center left), and Jeannie Korte, manager of spiritual care (pictured front center right), led colleagues in a time capsule dedication ceremony on Aug. 28, continuing a tradition from previous time capsule dedications held in 1948 and 1987. A commemorative plaque will be placed in the hospital’s Franciscan Healing Garden to mark the occasion. St. Joseph’s Hospital has been a part of Highland for 137 years. The latest SJH facility opened its doors in August 2013.
Hospital Dedicates Third Time Capsule Peggy Sebastian, president and CEO of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland (pictured front center left), and Jeannie Korte, manager of spiritual care (pictured front center right), led colleagues in a time capsule dedication ceremony on Aug. 28, continuing a tradition from previous time capsule dedications held in 1948 and 1987. A commemorative plaque will be placed in the hospital’s Franciscan Healing Garden to mark the occasion. St. Joseph’s Hospital has been a part of Highland for 137 years. The latest SJH facility opened its doors in August 2013. Courtesy photo
Hospital Dedicates Third Time Capsule Peggy Sebastian, president and CEO of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Highland (pictured front center left), and Jeannie Korte, manager of spiritual care (pictured front center right), led colleagues in a time capsule dedication ceremony on Aug. 28, continuing a tradition from previous time capsule dedications held in 1948 and 1987. A commemorative plaque will be placed in the hospital’s Franciscan Healing Garden to mark the occasion. St. Joseph’s Hospital has been a part of Highland for 137 years. The latest SJH facility opened its doors in August 2013. Courtesy photo

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