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St. Luke's Hospital Office of Development

Friends of St. Luke’s Dine with the Docs

Thursday, September 15, 2022
Program starts promptly at 5:30 p.m.
St. Luke's Hospital
Institute for Health Education

The Friends of St. Luke's invite you to join us for dinner and a roundtable discussion on one of several healthcare topics for men and women.

Please register below with your topic choice and meal selection by September 8. Seating is limited.

Gourmet To Go - Menu (PDF) PDF

For more information, contact the Office of Development at (314) 576-2345 or vicki.washington@stlukes-stl.com.

The Institute for Health Education is located at 222 South Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017, on the St. Luke's campus. Complimentary parking is available in the North/South Parking Garage.

Please review the healthcare topics to choose from:
  • A Healthy Heart, Nothing Beats It.
    Ronald D. Leidenfrost, M.D.
    Cardiothoracic Surgeon
    Do you know your risk for heart disease? Learn how to decrease your risk while discovering tips for heart disease prevention, the latest in cardiovascular treatments and living a heart healthy lifestyle.

  • Every Season feels like Allergy Season
    Hassan A. Ahmad, M.D.
    Adult and Pediatric Allergist/Immunologist
    Living well with allergies is attainable. Learn the symptoms and causes of allergies and how to better manage and treat allergy triggers.

  • Get Back in the Game
    Richard D. Rames, Jr., M.D.
    Orthopedic Surgeon
    Sitting on the sidelines because of knee, hip or shoulder pain is unnecessary and a thing of the past. Learn the latest treatment options and how to return to the activities you enjoy.

  • Good Night, Sleep Tight
    Hasan Ali H. Ahmed, M.D.
    Sleep Medicine
    Although sleep is just as important to our health as exercise and a balanced diet, many people do not get the sleep they need. Get solutions to common sleep issues and learn how to sleep tight.

  • Health Passport
    Delene P. Musielak, M.D.
    Internal Medicine, Obesity Medicine, Pediatrics, Primary Care
    Get Dr. Musielak's stamp of approval as she answers all your questions about staying healthy while traveling domestically and abroad. Discuss recommended immunizations, medication safety and ways to prevent common illness affecting travelers of all ages.

  • Invisible Invaders
    Pearl N. Philip, M.D.
    Infectious Disease
    It is a germy world after all! Learn how diseases spread, how the body fights them and best practices to keep you and your family germ free. Also, get what is really bugging you answered by our expert!

  • Knowing Your Numbers: What is Key?
    Corinna H. Warren, M.D.
    Internal Medicine, Primary Care
    Knowing your blood pressure and cholesterol numbers is a good start, but what else do you need to know to stay healthy? Learn ways to keep you and your family at their optimal health.

  • Secrets to Great Looking Skin
    Anna I. Clark, M.D.
    Even if we can't exactly reverse time, there are things you can do to protect and improve the look of your skin at any age. Discover how to put your best face forward.

  • Taking Control of Migraines
    Wegdan W. Andrews, M.D.
    Neurologist, Neurophysiologist
    Recent advances in migraine treatment can put the patient in control and dramatically improve quality of life. Familiarize yourself with triggers, causes, symptoms and a full range of treatment options.

  • Taming Your Tummy Troubles
    Elie J. Chahla, M.D.
    Indigestion, abdominal, pain and bloating…digestive distress can range from mild symptoms to potentially life-threatening disorders. Learn more about common digestive woes and how to better manage your digestive health.

  • Transform Your Life. Restore Your Health.
    Hani C. Soudah, M.D., Ph.D.
    Medical Weight Management
    Tired of struggling with your weight? Discover medical tools, recourses, and lifestyle intervention options to lose and maintain weight loss in a safe and healthy way.