Elective Procedures Suspended

BJC HealthCare, in conjunction with our Washington University School of Medicine partners and the Mercy St. Louis, SSM Health, and St. Luke’s Hospital health systems, will stop elective procedures effective March 23. “Elective” care is considered care that can be delayed for eight weeks or more without appreciable risk to patients or families, and without compromising our standards of care.

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Palliative Care: Helping Patients Live Their Best Lives

Lynn’s husband Steve was diabetic and diagnosed with end stage renal disease 11 years ago. Without warning, Steve’s condition turned critical three years ago. Desperate for guidance and strength, Lynn was connected to April and the Palliative Care team at Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

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Don't Be Afraid to Ask

I seem to have more gas now than ever before. Is it what I'm eating? Is it always what you eat that causes gas or does something else play into it?

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Steps to a Glad Gut: More Fiber

Many digestive health issues can be resolved or aided by lifestyle modifications such as...

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Feeling Better Faster: Treating Clostridium Difficile Infection

Having a clostridium difficile infection significantly interrupts lives, often keeping people homebound and unable to participate in even the most simple of life's joys.

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