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Eye, ear, nose and throat care is provided by Washington University physicians at the Barnes-Jewish West County Surgery Center. Call to schedule your appointment.
A minimally invasive lumbar decompression procedure may help if you are experiencing pain or numbness in your lower back and legs when standing upright, contact our Washington University pain management specialists to help determine what is best for you.
Endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty is a minimally invasive weight loss procedure that helped July lose nearly 100 pounds. This nonsurgical solution is a 12-month program supervised by Washington University physicians.
Antibiotics are only needed for treating infections caused by bacteria, but even some bacterial infections get better without antibiotics. Antibiotics are not needed for many sinus infections and some ear infections.
Washington University orthopedic surgeons at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital are among the first in the St. Louis region to perform partial knee replacement procedures using a robotic-arm assisted device.
Along with a dedicated team of caregivers at Missouri Baptist Medical Center and a countrywide prayer chain, one patient kept a relentless positivity in the face of a frightening disease. Moreover, he had his family’s staunch support.
Darryl Braxton's positive attitude and warm smile is an inspiration to his team and the entire hospital.
May 20, 2020 - Jessica Williams, radiation therapist at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, is a genuine example of the health care heroes who work throughout BJC.
The Living Well Center will open on the campus of Barnes-Jewish Hospital West County Hospital on June 1, 2020.
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital welcomes longtime BJC HealthCare executive Ann Abad as its new president.