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At Missouri Baptist Medical Center- you just feel it. The smile that greets you. The hand that guides you. The world class medicine that heals. Your health and comfort are at the core of everything we do from the way our hospital is designed, to the feeling of community that embraces you.
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. According to the American Cancer Society, one in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime.
The redesigned Women’s Outpatient Center at Missouri Baptist offers a warm, welcoming environment with seven dedicated patient bays, a central nurses station and two operating rooms.
The National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program has re-certified the Breast HealthCare Center at Missouri Baptist Medical Center as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence.
Want the most cutting edge news after the largest global MS meeting? The healthcare team from The MS Center for Innovations in Care will present the most promising and impactful results on multiple sclerosis treatment and myelin repair.
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Missouri Baptist Medical Center
Clinical Learning Institute Building, 4th Floor
MoBap is proud to be the first hospital in St. Louis County to be recognized as a Magnet® hospital, the highest credential a healthcare organization can receive for nursing excellence and quality patient care.
Missouri Baptist offers outpatient services at Sunset Hills and Rock Hill facilities, providing women's health, cancer, imaging and other services closer to home.
The Breast HealthCare Center's Mobile Mammography van brings routine screening mammography services to neighborhoods across St. Louis and towns in rural Missouri.
Ready to learn more about multiple sclerosis? Visit MSLivingWell.org, our award-winning website dedicated to providing information on multiple sclerosis, new treatment options and advice on living well with MS.
Missouri Baptist is part of Heartland Cancer Research, one of 34 community networks that comprise the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, also known as HBO, is used to treat some medical conditions. About 10% of patients who visit the Wound Healing Center will qualify for HBO treatments. The treatment takes place in a chamber where you are monitored by an HBO technologist.
Although the “dirtiest job” in parenthood may be the diaper change, many take for granted the ability to grab a fresh diaper for every change. For 1 in 3 families in the St. Louis area, clean, fresh diapers are not always available.
Book your screening mammogram at our Breast HealthCare Center online.
At the Arrhythmia Center at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, we want to help you understand everything there is to know about arrhythmia, especially finding the right treatment just for you. Our goal is to keep you and your heart healthy.
Missouri Baptist Medical Center is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people and communities it serves through leadership, education, innovation and excellence in medicine. In striving to reach that goal, we think it is important to share information about our quality measures and honors.
With enough babies on the way to start their own baseball team, three moms, each expecting triplets, formed a training camp of their own.
At Missouri Baptist Medical Center we believe that by advancing the education and leadership of our nurses, we become stronger advocates for our patients and their families. Our nurses innovate, collaborate and practice in an environment of trust to provide award winning care.
Imaging Services at Missouri Baptist Medical Center offers the most advanced technology available. Our Interventional Radiologists are board-certified and highly specialized to perform even the most difficult cases.
Our Cancer Support Center at the Cancer Center at Missouri Baptist focuses on cancer diagnosis, treatment, emotional support and community resources.
That fall day in October 2016 was just like any other weekday. Rich Welmon, a mechanic, got up and went to work; he didn’t think anything of the heaviness he felt in his leg or the short episode of dizziness he experienced during the day. But when his left hand refused to respond the next evening, he knew something was wrong.