Save the date for Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation event on October 5

Back to the Eighties

Dust off your leg warmers and parachute pants because we're going Back to the Eighties on October 5.

Join us from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the Angad Arts Hotel for the Missouri Baptist Healthcare Foundation biennial signature event, supporting the Missouri Baptist stroke program. 

Everyone is invited to dress in themed attire and enjoy delicious cocktails, food stations, music and creative entertainment, all with the knowledge that they are helping Missouri Baptist deliver its high standard of medical care to those who have suffered a stroke.

Back to the Eighties
October 5 • 7-9:30 p.m.
Angad Arts Hotel
3550 Samuel Shepard Drive St. Louis

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SUPPORTING THE STROKE PROGRAM

MoBap was awarded a “Certificate of Distinction as a Primary Stroke Center” by The Joint Commission. The stroke program cares for more than 2,000 stroke and TIA (also called mini-stroke) patients. MoBap is able to diagnose, treat and manage patients presenting with stroke symptoms at the emergency department, as well as patients directly admitted or transferred from other facilities.

As part of the BJC HealthCare system, MoBap is part of the BJC Distributive Stroke Network, where resources are shared between hospitals to improve care and stroke awareness in the community.

THE WORLD’S BEST MEDICINE MADE BETTER

Our world-class medical staff, nurses and healthcare professionals are why we are ranked the #1 hospital in St. Louis County, #2 hospital in the St. Louis metro area and #3 in Missouri by U.S. News & World Report. We are one of only 48 hospitals in the nation rated by the publication as “high-performing” in all nine procedures and conditions they evaluate. MoBap also is the first and only hospital in St. Louis County to be named a Magnet® hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the highest credential a healthcare organization can receive for nursing excellence and quality patient care.

ABOUT THE MISSOURI BAPTIST HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION

The mission of the Foundation is to secure philanthropic support to enable MoBap to continue to be innovative and compassionate in accomplishing its mission of providing extraordinary care. Furthermore, MoBap has a strong commitment to the community through providing services to those who are uninsured or underinsured.

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