For intensive rehabilitation, extended medical and nursing care, there are five skilled nursing facilities within the BJC System. These facilities also provide subacute care for medically complex patients needing dialysis, wound care, intravenous antibiotics, respiratory therapy, rehabilitative services, blood transfusions, chemotherapy and hospice care. All services are provided in an atmosphere that optimizes a patient's comfort and independence. There is a continuing care retirement community that offers independent apartment living to older adults who are functionally and socially independent. Residents have easy access to meals. housekeeping services, social programs and transportation; and may also receive assisted-living services or medical care.
Care Options Expand Beyond the Hospital -- learn about care options available outside the hospital and how to make the appropriate care setting decision
Barnes-Jewish Extended Care -- a 120-bed skilled nursing facility in St. Louis County
Eunice Smith Home -- a 62-bed skilled nursing facility adjacent to Alton Memorial Hospital in Illinois
Transitional Care Unit -- at Alton Memorial Hospital, for patients who require short-term skilled nursing care as a transition between acute care, home care or nursing home care
Skilled Nursing (SWING) -- at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, for patients who still require nursing care or therapies, but not the level of care available through regular hospitalization
Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis -- a free-standing facility for patients who have been admitted to the hospital specifically for the purpose of rehabilitation for spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, stroke, neuromuscular problems, and bone and joint injuries
Village North Retirement Community and Rehabilitation Center -- independent apartment living with 24-hour medical care when needed, paired with a 60-bed skilled nursing facility