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Outpatient Care Managers


At St. Luke's, our goal is to provide the best care possible and to help you stay healthy. For certain patients with high-risk discharges from St. Luke's Hospital, we connect you with an Outpatient Care Manager to provide continued support as you transition to home or to another care setting. Our team of Outpatient Care Managers are among the best in Missouri in helping patients avoid readmissions.

How will you benefit from an Outpatient Care Manager?
Our Outpatient Care Mangers will assist with the following:
What happens next?
Some patients 65 and older hospitalized at St. Luke's with a diagnosis of heart failure, pneumonia, myocardial infarction or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease may qualify for the 30-day program. The patient will receive a phone call from one of the Outpatient Care Managers within 48 hours of discharge to review the recent hospitalization and enroll in the program.

What is an example of the value of the Outpatient Care Managers?
After a procedure or hospital stay, patients are often discharged with prescriptions to fill at their local pharmacy. Sometimes a patient may have difficulty filling important prescriptions that prevent dangerous complications. A care manager can help the patient identify ways to access the medication timely. In the past, our care managers have helped patients enroll in medication financial assistance programs or obtain samples from their doctor until the pharmacy could fill their prescription.

Who are the Outpatient Care Managers?
Molly Couture, BSN, RN, CCTM
  • Outpatient Care Manager Supervisor
  • Registered nurse for 15 years
  • Certified in care coordination and transition management
  • Enjoys educating and empowering patients to take an active role in self-management in order to achieve best possible outcomes
Cindy Cannon, BSN, RN
  • Nursing diploma from Jewish Hospital School of Nursing
  • Bachelor of science in nursing from Maryville University
  • Registered nurse for 35 years and employee of St Luke's Hospital for 26 years
  • Enjoys working with patients to help them navigate through healthcare
Jamie Murray, BSN, RN
  • Bachelor or nursing from University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • Registered nurse for 4 years
  • Employee of St Luke's for 6 years with experience in heart, pneumonia, and COPD patients in a hospital setting.
  • Enjoys helping patients, families, and care givers with the transition through multiple levels of healthcare.
Brooke Senior, BSN, RN
  • Bachelor of science in nursing from Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing/ Quincy University
  • Registered nurse for 15 years
  • Active volunteer for children's school
  • Enjoys teaching patients about and managing their chronic illness
Jeanne Smith, RN
  • Nursing diploma from Jewish Hospital School of Nursing
  • Registered nurse for 35 years
  • Employee of St. Luke's Hospital for 18 years
  • Enjoys getting to know patients to provide personalized support to help make recovery less stressful
Sherry Tucker, BSN, RN
  • Pursuing a master's degree at Chamberlain University
  • Has been working in care management for 19 of 35 years of nursing
  • Employee of St. Luke's Hospital for 19 years
  • Enjoys educating and providing patients and caregivers the tools and information needed for management of their disease process