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

Daniel J. Rothery

President, BJC Home Care and Community Services

As president of BJC Home Care and Community Services, Dan Rothery is responsible for BJC Behavioral Health, BJC Corporate Health Services and BJC Home Care Services.

Rothery oversees the management agreement with Bethesda Health Group with regard to Eunice Smith, Village North and Barnes-Jewish Extended Care. He represents BJC HealthCare on the Parent Board of the Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis. Rothery also plays an active role in post-acute care and evolving episodic payment models.

Rothery served as president of Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, Missouri for six years prior to assuming oversight of BJC’s home care and community services in 2013. Before joining Boone Hospital Center in 2006, Rothery led The Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis, a joint venture between BJC HealthCare and HealthSouth affiliated with Washington University School of Medicine. Rothery also served as the interim chief executive officer of HealthSouth’s Rusk Rehabilitation Center in Columbia, Mo.

For the past 25 years, Rothery has held executive positions in acute, sub-acute, rehabilitation and home care environments at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, BJC HealthCare and St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis.

Rothery earned his master’s degree in hospital administration from St. Louis University. He received his bachelor’s degree from Quincy University in Quincy, Illinois.

Rothery is active in the community and has served on several local boards. He is a native of St. Louis and is married with three children.