Quality Measures and Awards

Missouri Baptist Medical Center is committed to improving the health and well-being of the people and communities it serves through leadership, education, innovation and excellence in medicine. In striving to reach that goal, we think it is important to share information about our quality measures and honors.

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MoBap Mom and AFE Survivor Shares Story and Gives Back

First-time mothers are often nervous before their babies are born. Experienced mothers are a little more comfortable because they know what to expect. For Courtney Johnson, a 35-year-old from Chesterfield, she was an experienced mother but was nervous because she knew something wasn't right. 

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Terrell and his team of caregivers prepare to go outside.

COVID-19 Patient Makes Recovery After 49 Days on ECMO

The ICU team at Missouri Baptist Medical Center had seen more than their share of the critically ill from COVID-19 for nearly eighteen months. On April 26, 2021, they met Terrell Brown.

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Breast HealthCare Center Certified as Center of Excellence for the Fifth Consecutive Year

The National Quality Measures for Breast Centers Program has recertified the Missouri Baptist Breast HealthCare Center as a Certified Quality Breast Center of Excellence.

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The Missouri Baptist Breast HealthCare Center

Whatever you think you know about mammograms, add comfort. Take a tour and learn more about the Missouri Baptist Breast HealthCare Center - where 3D mammography is the standard of care.

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Contact Information

For appointments or additional information about Outpatient Therapy Services , please call 314-996-3500.

For more information about inpatient rehabilitation, please call 314-713-4931.

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