February 2019 - Did you know the new hospital is designed to support efficient care delivery, from the layout of departments to the location of supplies? It’s also energy efficient.
Join hospital president Trish Lollo, BJC project manager Mike Hayes and BJC activation lead Raema Howell for a tour of an inpatient floor under construction.
Hospital leadership and the BJC project team greeted construction workers Dec. 6 as they arrived on the site of the new hospital, providing snacks as thanks for their work.
When Sharon Baker passed away May 26, 2017, she left behind not only a 27-year career devoted to Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital but also a legacy as a pillar of the hospital because of her warmth, optimism and compassion. Now, the Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital Medical Staff Association is establishing a patient care fund in her memory at The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital, helping to provide a financial lifeline for years to come to patients who are unable to pay for critical medical treatments and other daily necessities including food, rent and utilities.
October 2018 - On a chilly October day, Diane Desmond, RN, and Raema Howell, RN, activation leads for the new Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital (BJWCH), geared up for a working meeting on the construction site. Wearing hard hats, safety glasses and high visibility vests, they met Susan Freet and Carolyn Evans, BJWCH nurse managers, near the construction gate.
September 2018 - The inside of the new hospital is starting to look like a hospital. These photos from mid-September show significant interior progress.
August 2018 - Trish Lollo, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital president, spent some time August 9 talking with nearly 200 trades men and women at the project’s quarterly safety lunch. The lunches, sponsored by one of the project’s subcontractors, are an opportunity to remind the workers of the safety expectations and awareness of the hazards of other trades.
August 2018 - Read BJWCH president Trish Lollo's reflections on the transformation taking place at the hospital.
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital celebrated the “topping out” of structural steel on the 260,000 square foot replacement hospital and the adjoining 100,000 square foot medical office building March 1.
Hospital, physician and community leaders break ground for the new Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital in Creve Coeur.