Our employees and medical staff understand that caring for our community doesn’t stop at our hospital campus. Each year we reach out to the people in the communities we serve through ongoing programs, screenings, support groups and educational opportunities including:
- Free community education programs for cancer prevention and screening, heart health, diabetes, sleep disorders, obstetrics and gynecology issues, GI disorders, urologic health, sports medicine for coaches, sinus and allergy conditions, flu and pneumonia, and home safety
- A Showcase on Seniors program that offers men and women 60 years of age and older access to monthly educational seminars, health screenings and a host of networking opportunities.
Our employees take a hands-on approach. Every year, Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital employees and their families participate in fundraisers such as the American Heart Association Walk, or host and take part in community blood drives. Whenever there is a cause, our employees step up to the challenge, whether it’s collecting cleaning supplies for local flood victims or donating book bags full of school supplies to the Crisis Nursery and the Salvation Army.
Each year, our employees touch the lives of more than 20,000 individuals -- adults and children -- through their community-focused efforts.
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