Find the COVID-19 resources you need, when you need them – whether you’re experiencing symptoms after an exposure or taking steps to protect your family from infection.
BJC is offering the latest COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 6 months to 11 years. Make an appointment to have your child vaccinated by pediatric specialists from St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
COVID-19 vaccines for those age 12 years and older are available at most retail pharmacies and at two BJC pharmacies – Family Care Pharmacy at Missouri Baptist Medical Center and Family Care Pharmacy at Parkland Health Center. Find a retail location near you at vaccines.gov.
Our doctors and nurse practitioners are available daily from 7am to 7pm to address primary health care needs, including COVID-19 testing referrals. Available to new and existing patients ages 12 and up.
Stay up to date on how the virus is impacting your community.
- After COVID-19: Will I get my sense of smell back?
It’s a lingering COVID-19 symptom that, at first glance, might not seem as alarming as other long-term effects, like heart or lung problems. But for those who suffer from it, the loss of smell can be devastating — and even dangerous.
- COVID-19 Safety Recommendations While Traveling
With spring break there is a lot of travelers coming in and out of St. Louis. Dr. Hilary Babcock provides some insights on how to stay safe on the way to your vacation.
- COVID-19 Numbers Update from BJC HealthCare
Our teams are reflecting on the two-year milestone of the pandemic - what we've learned, how we've grown, and what we can consider for the future. Dr. Dunagan discusses this, and more, with KMOX.
Get answers to the questions we’re hearing from our patients.