Excellence in clinical quality, safety and patient experience are hallmarks of the healthcare at St. Luke's Hospital.
We appreciate your patience, support and loyalty as our healthcare team members have worked tirelessly at the forefront of response to the COVID-19 pandemic in our community. St. Luke's is beginning a phased approach to resuming full operations in a safe and responsible manner.
As a broader array of healthcare services resumes, we want to reassure you that all St. Luke's facilities are safe, welcoming and prepared as always to provide you with the very best patient-focused care.
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. Eight-year-old Jane Ball wanted to make a difference for those working on the front lines of the pandemic. She recently set up a drink stand in her neighborhood to raise money for St. Luke’s Hospital to help fight COVID-19.
The tune that became the theme song for the 1982 World Series Championship St. Louis Cardinals has served as the 2020 soundtrack behind the happy moments when St. Luke's Hospital patients are discharged after recovering from COVID-19.
Diane Ray, RN, MBA, FACHE, and St. Luke’s Hospital Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer and St. Luke’s Network Chief Nursing Officer, has been selected as a recipient of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2020 Most Influential Business Women Award.
Thank you to our community for finding thoughtful ways to brighten our days with donations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a behind-the-scenes look at how a donation goes from drop off to our team members.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our team members’ commitment to patient care has never wavered. The St. Louis Jewish Light paid tribute to Jewish doctors, nurses and other essential workers who put their own safety at risk to take care of the community.
As an emergency medicine triage nurse practitioner, Jacob Crust sees each patient that steps foot into St. Luke’s Hospital emergency room. He received a special shout out from his alma mater, Maryville University, in Ladue News.
St. Luke’s Hospital recently honored four nurses with DAISY Awards for extraordinary nurses who go above and beyond the call of duty. Congratulations to Maggie Cheng, Mark Faller, Kristy Lohman and Heather Sides for their deserving recognitions!
To slow the transmission of COVID-19 and to help save lives across the St. Louis metropolitan, St. Luke’s Hospital joined BJC Healthcare, Mercy and SSM Health to create the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force.
Dr. Delene Musielak, an internist and pediatrician, is a mother of 4-year-old triplets and host of "The Dr. Mom" YouTube show. She spoke at the 2020 St. Louis Business Journal Women's Conference, and offered seven pieces of advice.
Weight loss surgery changes not only your body -- reducing your risks of many serious and chronic diseases -- but also your quality of life. Yet, myths still persist about the surgery. Dr. Matthew Ricks "weighs" in on fact versus fiction when it comes to weight loss surgery on KMOV's Great Day St. Louis.
Meditation is a research supported practice that can reduce stress, lower one’s risk for heart disease, help reduce pain and more. Laurie Chappell, MSN, RN, St. Luke’s Hospital nurse community educator spoke with West Newsmagazine about the power of meditation and the health benefits for the mind and body.
For some emergencies, the fastest and safest way to transport a medical patient is by air. St. Luke’s President and CEO Christine Candio did a fly-along with Global Medical Response to see how care is delivered from the first step.
The St. Louis Business Journal asked speakers and other participants at the 2020 Women's Conference to tell the best advice or career tips they've ever received. Read what St. Luke's team members had to say.
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the part of your lower jaw that connects to the skull. Problems in this area may be called TMJ syndrome or temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD) and include pain not only in the jaw but also in the surrounding muscles that control jaw movement.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common lung diseases and is the third leading cause of death in the United States. For several years now, women have outpaced men in terms of deaths related to the disease. COPD actually includes two types of conditions: chronic bronchitis, a chronic cough accompanied by mucus formation, and emphysema, a respiratory disease characterized by the destruction of air sacs and trapping of air in the lungs. In many cases, those with COPD have both chronic bronchitis and emphysema.