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.
On Nov. 5, BJC HealthCare will open a new facility in West St. Louis County aimed at providing the ultimate in patient care and comfort.
As Barnes-Jewish West County completes its replacement hospital's construction, we are looking for dedicated employees to join our growing team.
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH) has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care.
St. Louis Blues’ run to the Stanley Cup helps Steve Martak, a lifelong Blues fan and former high school hockey coach, through radiation treatments for prostate cancer. He also credits his “angels” in Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital radiation oncology.
The City of Creve Coeur has honored Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital with the 2019 “Heart of the Community” Award. The Creve Coeur Economic Development Committee determined that the hospital’s commitment to providing highly-specialized care, community benefit services, and educational opportunities in partnership with local schools exemplified this award.
In its fourth year, the BJC Book Brigade provides more than 26,000 books to rising third-graders in over 300 public and charter schools in 63 districts throughout the communities served by BJC hospitals. As part of the program, Trish Lollo, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital president, visited Ross Elementary on May 9 to read to second graders and help give out books.
Barb Crofton, RN, diabetes educator, witnessed advances that made a world of difference to patients in her 42-year career with BJC HealthCare and Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital. It has been rewarding and humbling to be a part of an institution that is on the cutting edge and pushed the practice of patient care forward.”