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BJC Medical Group Convenient Care at Chesterfield

Getting access to the right care in the right setting is an important part of keeping you and your family healthy. BJC Medical Group Convenient Care in the Chesterfield Outpatient Center provides treatment for minor illnesses and injuries at the same cost as a primary care office visit. Vaccinations, school or sports physicals and COVID-19 testing available.

With online self-scheduling, reserving a time close to home has never been easier.

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Common ailments treated include:

  • Allergies 
  • Cough, cold or flu symptoms
  • Ear infection
  • Eye irritation
  • Fever
  • Insect bites or rashes
  • Joint sprains
  • Minor muscle strains
  • Minor scrapes, cuts or bruises
  • Painful urination
  • Sinus symptoms
  • Sore throat
     

Laboratory testing and radiology services are provided by Missouri Baptist Medical Center and offered with a physician’s order.

BJC Emergency Care

If you need more serious care, Missouri Baptist Medical Center has both an adult and pediatric emergency unit. The child-focused, family-centered pediatric emergency unit is staffed 24-7 by specialty-trained pediatric nurses and Washington University pediatricians from St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

Map and directions to Missouri Baptist Medical Center Emergency Room.

BJC Medical Group Convenient Care in Chesterfield Outpatient Center

15838 Fountain Plaza Drive
Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

Convenient Care: 636-484-5277

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Visit BJC Convenient Care for all locations.


BJC Medical Group accepts a wide variety of health insurance plans. We also accept primary care co-pay, the amount indicated on your insurance card. Cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard and American Express are accepted.

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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Support for New and Expanding Families

As part of Missouri Baptist Medical Center's ongoing commitment to provide resources to moms before, during and after birth, we have formed a variety of classes and support groups to help moms recover from childbirth and promote a healthy, happy time with their newborn.

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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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Mark Finds A New Path to Healing

After years of living with diabetes, Mark had developed a grade 3 non-healing wound on the bottom of his foot that kept him from standing or walking without pain. The diligent support of the Wound Healing Center team coupled with the hyperbaric oxygen therapy, Mark would find a new path to healing.

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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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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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Patient and Visitor Information

Being with your loved ones while they are in the hospital is important to their healing and overall wellbeing, and we are happy to welcome you to Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

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Minimally Invasive Heart Surgery Helps Tom Return to the Basketball Court

Tom Caspari thought he was too healthy to have a heart attack.

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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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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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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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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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Spiritual Care

Spiritual care is an integral part of the care at 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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Young Athlete Center Bridge Program

This is a workout class designed to target muscle groups commonly associated with injury and train neuromuscular responses to coordinate movement and strengthen in proper alignment. This class is led by expert physical therapists and athletic trainers from the Young Athlete Center.

 

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Green Superfood Salad

Tap into the power of green with this nutrient-dense dish full of plant based protein, quality fats to support hormones, and lots of antioxidants and fiber to promote health and longevity.

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Love Those Legumes!

Research tells us that legumes—beans, peas, and lentils—not only help fight heart disease by improving blood cholesterol levels, but also help lower blood pressure, improve blood sugar control, and may even promote a healthier brain.

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Celebrating Natural Childbirth at MoBap

If you’re planning a natural childbirth experience, we’re here to support you. In fact, we’re known as the hospital of choice for women desiring natural birth and breastfeeding in St. Louis.

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Dr. Stein Uses Molecular Testing to Inform His Patients' Cancer Treatment

In 2021, Russell (Russ) Horne and William Sibert were diagnosed with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC). They both benefited from molecular profiling of their cancer, known as precision oncology, which identified different and effective treatment approaches.

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Suzanne, a breast cancer survivor, thanks her care team at MoBap

Suzanne Braun credits her care team at Missouri Baptist Medical Center and her own diligence with saving her life. Braun, who went through ovarian cancer in her early 20s, said that health crisis impressed upon her the importance of regular doctor visits and an annual mammogram.

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New Technology for Treating Cardiac Arrhythmias

The new technology at MoBap — robotic magnetic navigation (RMN) — introduces the benefits of robotic precision and safety to cardiac ablation, a common, minimally invasive procedure used to treat arrhythmias

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Kristina Finds Advice & Encouragement at MoBap’s Support Groups

At the top of Kristina Skinner’s to-do list when she was pregnant with her first baby was to learn about breastfeeding. In preparation for her new arrival, Kristina attended Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s breastfeeding class, where she learned the basics of breastfeeding and received information about pumping.Then as her due date approached, Kristina and her husband, Nathan, finished the nursery and eagerly awaited the arrival of their first child. “I felt prepared for delivery, breastfeeding and becoming a mom.”

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Sarah & Andrew Navigate the NICU After Birth of Twin Boys

Sarah and Andrew Sapperstein were looking forward to being parents and were overjoyed and shocked to discover that they were having twins. As the months passed, Sarah's pregnancy was going smoothly, and they planned to welcome their babies by cesarean section (C-section) at 38 weeks.

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3D Mobile Mammography Van Delivers Care to Rural Missouri

The Breast HealthCare Center's Mobile Mammography van brings routine screening mammography services to neighborhoods across St. Louis and towns in rural Missouri.

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