Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital On the Move

Welcome to Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital’s On the Move website, your source for information related to moving into and activating our new hospital. Important resources such as department overviews and new locations, wayfinding, packing instructions, new technology, information for patients and visitors, and more will be available here.

Over the coming months, as we progress through our activation/move process, additional materials, templates and other resources relevant to departments and team members will be available on the site.

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New Information

Phuoc Nguyen
/ Categories: Leadership
Aug 2013

Tony L. Schwarm

portrait of Tony Schwarm, president of MBSH President, Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital

Tony Schwarm is president of Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital that provides health care services to residents from Crawford, Franklin and Washington counties.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital originally was built by the city of Sullivan and opened in 1962 as Sullivan Community Hospital, chartered in direct response to the community’s desire for quality local health care services. In recent years the hospital has been rebuilt to include a new
emergency department, radiology department, medical /surgical intensive care unit, surgical department and obstetrics unit. The new hospital was completed in 2011.

Prior to becoming president at Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital in 2005, Schwarm served as president of Clay County Hospital in Flora, Ill., for seven years.

Schwarm graduated from Greenville College in Greenville, Ill., with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He later completed a master’s degree in business administration from Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville.

Schwarm is married and has three children and four grandchildren.

Missouri Baptist Sullivan Hospital is part of BJC HealthCare, one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States, serving patients and their families in urban, suburban and rural communities in Missouri and Illinois through its 15 hospitals and other health-service organizations.