The Living Well Center will open on the campus of Barnes-Jewish Hospital West County Hospital on June 1, 2020.
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.
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.
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.
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital has received four 5-Star patient satisfaction awards from national health-care research leader Professional Research Consultants, Inc. (PRC) in April, 2019.
This is a 1969 St. Louis Globe Democrat article covering the opening of Faith Hospital (later renamed Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital). The twin pines were an important landmark tying the hospital to the farmland it was built on. The pines will be incorporated into design elements in the new Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, opening later this year.