Covenant Health is an innovative, Catholic regional delivery network and a leader in values based, not-for-profit health and elder care. We sponsor hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living residences and other health and elder care organizations throughout New England.
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The Campaign for St. Joe's

Naming Opportunities

The governing body of St. Joseph Healthcare will be asked to approve chosen naming opportunities. Our policy states that every building, addition to a building, space in a building, outdoor spaces such as a garden, court or plaza, program may be named in recognition of the generosity of an individual, organization, or family. Specific naming opportunities are negotiable, but our preference is to recognize a family or individual name instead of corporate entities. All approved naming designations must be in writing, signed and dated by the donor(s).


Inpatient Building Naming Opportunities - $5,000,000

On October 11, 1964, the city of Bangor celebrated the dedication of the “new” St. Joseph Hospital. In the 53 years since its celebrated beginning, the hospital has made incremental improvements to the physical structure and inpatient rooms. While we have kept pace with new technology and other advancements in patient care, the physical space is in need of major improvements to increase patient comfort and privacy, save substantial expenses on heating and cooling, and improve accessibility. Phase 2 of our capital campaign includes redesigning the inpatient floors of the hospital building. This ambitious project will improve patient outcomes and match the quality of care expected from all who visit St. Joseph Hospital. The named gift would be permanently recognized on the exterior patient tower walls as well as on interior signage, maps and other patient information.


St. Joseph Healthcare Park Naming Opportunities - $2,500,000


In the Fall of 1998, most of St. Joseph Healthcare’s affiliated, off-campus offices were consolidated at the “new” 900 Broadway location in the St. Joseph Healthcare Park. The four-building complex remained untouched until 2013, when the fifth building was added to house St. Joseph Internal Medicine. Phase one of the capital improvement plan calls for updates to the exteriors of buildings 1 through 4 to match the design of the newer building 5 as well as complete redesign of interior spaces.


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