Keeping You Safe

Working Together to Keep You Safe

BJC HealthCare and Washington University Physicians understand the concern COVID-19 has caused for our patients and communities. We are working together to help you and your family return to the activities that bring you joy. Things may look a little different when you return to our facilities, as we are taking many important precautions to keep you and your family healthy and safe:

  • New: Screening all staff and patients
  • Continuing to thoroughly disinfect exam rooms between each patient visit
  • Maintaining visitor restrictions to limit the exposure to others during your visit
  • Reformatting waiting rooms to enable social distancing
  • Requiring face masks or coverings to enter our facilities
  • Staggering appointments to maintain social distancing and keep a comfortable waiting room environment

Over the past several weeks, you did your part by staying home. You put safety first for yourself and your family, for your neighbors and for our community. On behalf of our team of physicians and health care workers, we thank you and promise to continue putting your health and safety first as we begin to resume more health care services.

Staying healthy is important during this time. Schedule your appointment today:

When you come to a BJC HealthCare facility, don't forget your mask

Patients, visitors and staff are now required to wear face masks at BJC HealthCare facilities.

Scheduling Information

MyChart Appointments

Online appointment scheduling and video visits from your mobile device.

Family Care

Schedule annual visits and screenings
for you and your family.

Community Update Highlight

St. Louis Health Care Systems Collaborate to Offer Guidance for Restarting Youth and High School Sports

We are all craving a sense of normalcy in this COVID-19 world, perhaps none more than our children. They long for the days of after-school sport practices and comradery with their teammates, on and off the field.

Videos

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Why Social Distancing is Important During COVID-19

How to Wash Your Hands