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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Orange Cranberry Olive Oil Muffins

Olive oil contributes heart healthy monounsaturated fatty acid and the white whole wheat flour and cornmeal are whole grain flours, contributing extra fiber to the recipe.

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Garlic Shrimp Zoodles

Kids love to spiralize things, and this is a fun way to get them involved in cooking.  At the dinner table you can even have a contest to see who can find the longest zoodle.  It also comes together in a short time for a quick meal. You can switch out  the shrimp for chicken or even edamame for a plant-based version.

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Recovery is a Journey

Scott Winder had been having trouble breathing and wasn’t sleeping well. Like many people do, he dismissed the symptoms until one day at work, his suddenly racing heart, sweating and worsening breathing problems sent him to the  Emergency Department at Parkland Health Center in Farmington.

Scott walked through the doors of the emergency room and collapsed.

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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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