We want you to be healthy!
We want you to get screened for diabetes and other diseases. We want you to understand the risk factors for the diseases that run in your family, and do what it takes to minimize those risks. We want you to eat right and exercise, because sometimes that’s all it takes to reduce your chances of becoming ill. We want the women in your life to have a mammogram. And if you or a loved one is battling a disease -- and you need to talk to someone who understands what you’re going through -- we want you to have a support group.
BJC HealthCare's benefit programs touch the community one life at a time. Just in 2014, BJC’s hospitals and health service organizations provided more than $690 million in free medical care, health professionals education, medical research and community outreach efforts.
BJC Community Health Services
BJC’s Community Health Services provide affordable health-related programs to local groups. Clients can be employees of a corporation, members of a church or civic organization, or fellow BJC employees.
Find a class, health screening or informative lecture in your area.
Help for Your Health: Ask the BJC Experts
Do you ever have questions regarding recipes, nutrition, diabetes, exercise or medications? Ask here.
Healthy Mind-Body-Spirit is BJC HealthCare’s faith-based outreach program. Through Healthy Mind-Body-Spirit BJC brings screenings and vaccinations directly to churches and congregations in city and county neighborhoods that would otherwise not have access to such health programs.
Make Medicine Better
Share your health care experiences, opinions and ideas to help make medicine better for everyone.
Securely organize and store your family’s medical and health-related information, and access it from anywhere in the world in the event of an emergency.
OASIS for Seniors
Seniors 50 and better can keep their brains and bodies fit with OASIS.
School Outreach and Youth Development
BJC School Outreach and Youth Development was formed in 1991 to assist St. Louis-area school districts address behaviors deemed extremely harmful to young people by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). These six types of high-risk behavior are:
- Tobacco use
- Substance abuse
- Poor nutrition
- Lack of physical fitness
- Risky sexual behaviors
- Violence, injury and safety
Somebody else knows what you’re going through. Find a BJC support group near you.
WellAware Fitness Center
The BJC WellAware Center is a medically based fitness and wellness center located at 600 South Taylor Avenue on the campus of Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Membership is open to the public. Fees are reduced for BJC employees, and Washington University students and employees.