MoBap Breast Cancer Survivor Credits Annual Mammogram for Saving Her Life

Even though Jessica Hayes had no family history of breast cancer, as an assistant administrator at Delmar Gardens of Creve Coeur, she knew the importance of breast cancer screenings. “Work keeps me busy, and Missouri Baptist Medical Center’s Mammography Van had scheduled times at Delmar Gardens for residents and employees, making it convenient for me to get screened.”

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Missouri Baptist Medical Center Earns National Recognition for Efforts to Improve Stroke Treatment

The American Heart Association presents Get With The Guidelines - Gold Plus award for commitment to prioritizing quality care for stroke patients

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Midwife Kari Reiman talks with expectant mom Kelly Pettigrove

MoBap Midwifery Services Offer Childbirth Options

Today, many women are choosing to see certified nurse-midwives (CNMs) for pregnancy care. At Missouri Baptist Medical Center, midwives work within the hospital setting to provide care for women before, during and after birth.

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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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Routine Mammograms Can Keep You Healthy

There’s nothing more beautiful than being proactive about your health. And that means taking time to schedule your annual mammogram. If you cannot afford a mammogram, you may be eligible for a free exam through one of Missouri Baptist Breast HealthCare Center’s grant programs.

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