Aug 8, 2017
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, has been ranked #7 out of nearly 160 hospitals in Missouri and #4 in the St. Louis metro region by U.S.News & World Report. U.S.News also ranked Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital as high performing in orthopedic services overall, as well as in hip and knee replacements, and colon cancer surgery.
Jun 1, 2017
Hospital, physician and community leaders break ground for the new Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in Creve Coeur.
May 2, 2017
Michelle Arthur, RN, vowed to return to Curundu, Panama, after her first mission trip there in 2012. The Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital interventional radiology nurse kept that vow and recently returned from her third trip.
Apr 18, 2017
In June both adult and pediatric hospice patients in St. Louis will soon have much-needed options for end-of-life care with the opening of Evelyn’s House, a 16-bed hospice house located on the campus of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.
Mar 30, 2017
For those who face health concerns that prohibit joint replacement surgery or who have found surgery did not eliminate their pain, a new procedure is available at the Pain Management Center at Barnes-Jewish West County to help alleviate pain and provide better quality of life.
Mar 23, 2017
Elissa Karbarski champions the Heart Walk for Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in honor of her son Steffan, who died of a heart defect.
Mar 20, 2017
On March 13, the City of Creve Coeur approved the Site Development Plan to replace Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH). After nearly two years of planning, contractors expect to break ground soon.
Jan 9, 2017
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital employees honor colleagues with handmade rock awards that foster teamwork, strengthen resiliency and build relationships.
Jan 9, 2017
Paul Lux, MD, surgeon and private-practice physician, has joined the hip and knee service of Washington University Orthopedics.
Dec 19, 2016
When resolving to make lifestyle changes in 2017, think of them as rewards for yourself and they may be easier to keep in the long run, says Kirsten Dunn, MD internist and primary care physician at Washington University Complete Care at Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital.