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Return to Care
St. Luke's continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and is taking all necessary steps to best care for and serve our community. This includes taking all necessary precautions to protect our patients and healthcare teams. Our team meets multiple times daily, and we continue to work closely with local and state health departments as well as the Centers for Disease Control to ensure we have the most up-to-date information during this rapidly changing situation. In an effort to slow the transmission of COVID-19 and to help save lives across the St. Louis metropolitan area, St. Luke's Hospital joined BJC Healthcare, Mercy and SSM Health to create the St. Louis Metropolitan Pandemic Task Force. The task force builds on the coordinated work from our region's health systems, governmental and public health leaders to ensure collaboration for the best possible patient care and coordination of supplies, hospital beds and other critical assets.
To protect yourself and help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, the CDC recommends:
Now Offering Virtual Visits
In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, St. Luke's now offers telephone and virtual video visits to connect you with a medical provider, safely and securely from your home or workplace. Visit the mystlukes portal to send a message to your provider to request a video or phone appointment. Or, you can call your physician's office directly regarding these services.
UPDATED ST. LUKE'S VISITOR SCREENING AND RESTRICTIONS
Protecting the health and safety of our patients, visitors, employees and communities remains our top priority at St. Luke's. While our patient care philosophy depends on engaging families as part of the healing process, the safety of our vulnerable patients and team members is critical. In order to follow local health department and CDC guidelines in response to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, we have put additional measures in place to protect our patients and healthcare team members.
Effective Monday, March 23, St. Luke's is temporarily suspending all visitation at our facilities except in the following instances*:
Visitors who meet the exceptions will be screened before entering our facilities.
*Note: Exclusion criteria do not apply to patients entering the facility for healthcare services.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
St. Luke's Surrey Place:
St. Luke's Urgent Care
St. Luke's Urgent Care Center in Kirkwood is temporarily closed.
St. Luke's Convenient Care
St. Luke's Convenient Care located inside Dierbergs Des Peres is temporarily closed.
St. Luke's Quick Care for Kids
St. Luke's Quick Care for Kids located inside St. Luke's Hospital is temporarily closed.
Health Information Services - Medical Records
Due to the current pandemic situation we are no longer able to process requests for medical record copies in person. We are happy to accommodate your request by mail or, for urgent situations, by fax. Please reach out to us by telephone at 314-205-6186 to make arrangements.
St. Louis Regional Health Systems Announce Cancellation of Elective Procedures, Effective Monday, March 23
In an effort to protect patients and caregivers from the spread of COVID-19 infection, a group of St. Louis health care providers, including St. Luke's, have announced the cancellation of elective procedures, effective Monday, March 23. Read more information here.
Outpatient COVID-19 Testing Center
St. Luke's outpatient COVID-19 testing center is located next to St. Luke's Urgent Care in Creve Coeur (11550 Olive Blvd., Suite 140). Patients must have a COVID-19 testing physician order from a St. Luke's medical staff provider, and you need to schedule an appointment prior to traveling to the testing site. Your physician's office will provide scheduling instructions. When you arrive for COVID-19 testing, you must wear a face mask and use the South door, not the Urgent Care Center's main entrance. Accommodations will be made for patients with limited mobility.