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Missouri Baptist Medical Center is built around what our community needs most — services like cancer care, women’s health and the best cardiac care in the state. But most importantly, we know how it feels to require hospital care. That’s why we bring leading-edge medicine right to the heart of west St. Louis County, at the intersection of I-270 and Highway 40.

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Cardiac Testing at Missouri Baptist Medical Center

Diagnosing a heart condition often requires a combination of cardiovascular diagnostic and screening tests. These advanced tests can often determine the existence, type and severity of heart disease.

At Missouri Baptist Medical Center, our Cardiac Diagnostics Center is equipped with advanced technology and expertly trained staff to conducts these tests. Your test results will be evaluated by a board-certified cardiologist on staff at MoBap and discussed with your physician to tailor a treatment plan for your specific condition.

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Laboratory Services

The laboratory at Missouri Baptist Medical Center is a full-service laboratory providing testing support for both inpatient and outpatient platforms. We are committed to improving the health of the people and communities we serve by providing accurate, timely and quality laboratory test results for more than 2 million tests each.

The laboratory at Missouri Baptist Medical Center is fully accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), The Joint Commission (TJC), and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB).

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Mitral Valve Replacement

When Tina needed a new mitral valve, she benefited from BJC HealthCare’s collaborative approach to care that connected her with a multidisciplinary team of heart specialists. Her journey included seamless coordination between medical teams at two BJC HealthCare facilities: Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital and Missouri Baptist Medical Center (MoBap).

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Children's ER: Child-Focused, Family-Centered

The pediatric emergency unit at Missouri Baptist Medical Center is staffed 24-7 by specialty-trained pediatric nurses and St. Louis Children's Hospital (Washington University) pediatricians dedicated to the health needs and comfort of children and their families.

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Center for Outpatient Therapy and Wellness

At Missouri Baptist Medical Center our outpatient rehabilitation maintains the standard of excellence in care that you have come to expect.  Our highly trained therapists focus on the latest research in rehabilitation to help direct your care.

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MoBap Breast HealthCare Center CancerIQ Pilot Helps Assess Cancer Risk

Annual screening mammograms beginning at age 40 continue to be the best tool for early detection of breast cancer in women of average risk; however, identifying women at increased risk can help patients and their physicians decide if additional imaging or other screening measures should be considered.

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Missouri Baptist Medical Center Awarded for Continued Improvement to Stroke Treatments

Missouri Baptist’s continued commitment to aligning patient care with the latest evidence and research-based guidelines, minimizes long-term effects of a stroke and even prevent death.

 

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MoBap Celebrates 1,000 TAVR Case Milestone

On December 6, 2022, Missouri Baptist Medical Center performed its 1,000th transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).

“We are proud to reach this milestone,” says Michael Mauney, MD, cardiothoracic surgeon on staff at Missouri Baptist. “MoBap was among the first medical centers in the nation to adopt this procedure following FDA approval in Fall 2011.”

TAVR is a minimally invasive procedure for replacing a stenotic (tight) aortic valve in which the aortic valve narrows, reducing blood flow from the heart to the aorta. This procedure can also replace failed artificial aortic and mitral valves. TAVR is a treatment option to be considered for those with severe aortic stenosis, including many with worn-out surgical valves.

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Family Care Pharmacy

Conveniently located in the lobby of North Building/Building D at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, the Family Care Pharmacy is a full-service retail pharmacy offering on-the-spot prescription counseling to ensure you understand your medications.

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Get the care you need, when you need it

Knowing where to get medical care is important, especially for sudden injuries or illnesses. For health concerns, Peter Fletcher, MD, Washington University emergency medicine physician and interim medical director of emergency medicine at MoBap, advises contacting your primary care provider first unless it’s an emergency.

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Preparing for Baby Classes and Support Groups

At MoBap, we believe that supporting healthy and happy babies begins with supporting their parents. That’s why we offer classes and support groups to guide new parents each step along the exciting path of parenthood.

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Dr. Stewart Gets a “Second Chance at Life” After Heart Attack

Todd Stewart, MD, is no stranger to critically ill patients and life-saving procedures. As a spinal neurosurgeon and chief of neurosurgery at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, it’s all in a day’s work. But it came as a shock when he suffered a life-threatening heart attack last year.

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Cancer Research - the leading edge of finding a cure.

Missouri Baptist is part of Heartland Cancer Research, one of 34 community networks that comprise the National Cancer Institute Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP).

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Amanda Makes Every Day Count Following Cancer

Amanda “Manda” Suchara, a 44-year-old professional musician and hospice chaplain, was enjoying good health and had just started a new job. She never imagined that her life would look completely different in a few short months.

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Stroke Support Group

Whether you are a stroke survivor or taking care of a loved one, we invite you to join our support group community. Stroke Coordinators from Missouri Baptist Medical Center will encourage the sharing of personal experiences and connect with others as part of the recovery.

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Online Heart Health Assessment

Are you at risk for a heart attack? Learn about your risk factors with our online heart health assessment tool and find help for improving your results.

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Washington University Heart Failure Center at Missouri Baptist

At the Washington University Heart Failure Center at Missouri Baptist, we use a team approach to develop an individualized plan of care for you to manage your disease.

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Missouri Baptist Medical Center Medical Center Outpatient Center — Sunset Hills

Outpatient Services, Close to Home

Missouri Baptist offers outpatient services at Sunset Hills and Rock Hill facilities, providing women's health, cancer, imaging and other services closer to home.

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Cathy and Paul Benefit from Early Screening

As former smokers, Cathy and Paul both experienced the benefits of Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s (MoBap) early lung cancer screening program. 

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Should You be Screened for Lung Cancer?

Lung cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. Often the disease does not show symptoms until it has progressed to advanced stages, when it is difficult to treat and chances of survival decrease. A low-radiation-dose CT scan can detect lung cancer at its earliest stages, making treatment both easier and more effective.

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