The plan to replace Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital is a step closer to reality. After nearly two years of planning, the design of the new hospital is complete, and contractors will break ground first quarter 2017.
BJC HealthCare has announced that Richard Liekweg, executive vice president, has been promoted to president of BJC HealthCare.
As part of our commitment to patient safety, BJC wants to share important information with patients about a potential infection risk that is affecting hospitals across the U.S. and around the world.
In response to regional community needs identified by the Ferguson Commission, BJC HealthCare is creating a new scholarship opportunity for college-bound high school seniors who plan to pursue a two- or four-year degree.
BJC HealthCare has named David Aplington as BJC senior vice president and general counsel, effective Jan. 1, 2017.
As president of Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West hospitals, Watts will provide oversight for the two facilities and will guide the long-term strategic plan for both hospitals in serving the health care needs of residents of St. Charles County and surrounding communities.
Meteorologist Steve Templeton believes the partnership may help to save lives.
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Trish Lollo has accepted a new leadership position with BJC HealthCare as the president of Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, effective August 15.
BJC HealthCare has partnered with HealthSouth to expand The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis to a new, 35-bed expansion adjacent to Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital, set to open in summer of 2017.