Clay Dunagan named BJC HealthCare Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer

Clay Dunagan named BJC HealthCare Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer

Clay Dunagan, MD has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer for BJC HealthCare. The creation of this important role reflects BJC’s continuing focus on providing the highest quality, safest and most effective care to patients served by BJC’s hospitals and service organizations. 

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BJC Partners with Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation to Reach Candidates with Disabilities

BJC Partners with Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation to Reach Candidates with Disabilities

BJC HealthCare is expanding its efforts to reach candidates with disabilities for employment opportunities. As part of this effort, the health system has partnered with the Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) program to help eligible individuals with disabilities obtain and maintain employment at BJC.

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Mineral Area Regional Medical Center Ownership Transitioning to BJC HealthCare

Mineral Area Regional Medical Center Ownership Transitioning to BJC HealthCare

BJC HealthCare of St. Louis, Missouri, and Capella Healthcare of Franklin, Tennessee, jointly announced today that BJC has signed a definitive agreement for Mineral Area Regional Medical Center (MARMC) ownership to transition to BJC from Capella. The transaction is scheduled to be completed in approximately 60 days.

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Children’s Hospital and WUSM to Provide Pediatric Urology and General Surgery Services to CoxHealth

Children’s Hospital and WUSM to Provide Pediatric Urology and General Surgery Services to CoxHealth

St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine have entered into an agreement with CoxHealth in Springfield, Missouri, to provide pediatric urology and general surgery clinic and outpatient services on an ongoing basis.

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Vigilance and Vaccines Can Keep Measles at Bay

Vigilance and Vaccines Can Keep Measles at Bay

The St. Louis area has avoided the recent measles outbreak so far, but it’ll take vigilance on the part of parents and physicians to keep it that way, says Rachel Orscheln, MD, Washington University pediatric infectious diseases specialist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital.

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