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Mission Statement


Building upon its heritage, St. Barnabas continues to reach out to those in need.

St. Barnabas lives out its mission through individuals and institutional services which help the health, education and social needs of others. St.Barnabas invites men and women to join its work in continuing Christian caring, healing and teaching. St. Barnabas bears witness to its founder’s reminder: "God is able."

We, the people, who share the mission of St. Barnabas, dedicate ourselves to furthering the quality of life through the provision of health care and educational services. We are faithful to the Christian value of love. This effort requires the dignity of the individual, identification with the poor, compassionate concern for the healing of the total person and respect for the sacredness of the human being throughout life, from conception through death and resurrection.

We accept the responsibility for prudent stewardship of our fiscal and material resources and we work to design and implement cost effective methods for delivering health care and educational services. The intent of our fiscal resource policy is to provide quality care to those we serve and to maximize affordable service to those in need.

Both our fiscal commitment and our commitment to the publics we serve direct us to work cooperatively with other community agencies and health care organizations to enhance service to those in need.

We trust and respect all those who participate in theSt.Barnabas mission. This includes employees, volunteers, medical staff, members of boards and others who identify and support our work. Because all of God’s people share a common humanity and interdependence with one another, we embrace those in need with prayerful concern, strong advocating public policies which further justice and peace. We view our organization as a means to effect fundamental change in social policy and to demonstrate leadership in the expression of Christian values.

We accept a leadership role in designing quality health care and financing systems that assure access to needed health care services for all persons. Among the health care needs given emphasis by our system and primary care services, long-term care services for the economically poor with chronic diseases or disabilities, residential services for the elderly and home care and companion services for the homebound.

Just as the love of Christ urged Brother Gouverneur P. Hance to devote himself to the service of the poor, it impels us to continue service to those in need and take appropriate actions to assure the continuing viability of our mission through a strong commitment to our programs and associated services.


We are a Living Assistance and Nursing home facility that cares for the senior population. We have many residents who live independantly and many living with memory loss.



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