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St. John's Mercy Medical CenterSt. John's Mercy Medical Center
Rooted in Jesus' healing mission, and faithful to the Sisters of Mercy ministry tradition marked by justice, service, excellence, stewardship and respect for the dignity of each person, St. John's Mercy Health Care implements and advocates for innova... Read more
Rooted in Jesus' healing mission, and faithful to the Sisters of Mercy ministry tradition marked by justice, service, excellence, stewardship and respect for the dignity of each person, St. John's Mercy Health Care implements and advocates for innovative health and social services to improve the health and quality of life of individuals and families in the community, with particular concern for people who are underserved and poor. In doing so, we make a difference by touching the lives of those we serve with compassion and exceptional Mercy Service.
St. John's Mercy Medical Center in west St. Louis County comprises nearly 80 acres. The Medical Center campus includes: an 979-bed, fully accredited teaching hospital; a 100,000-square-foot Cancer Center with advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities; the Women's & Children's Health Center , a two-story addition dedicated exclusively to mothers and babies and featuring all private rooms; a 120-bed Skilled Nursing Center; a Surgery Center that provides inpatient and outpatient surgeries; and a Heart Hospital opened June 2006. St. John's Mercy Medical Center is a leader in patient care, medical education and research. As one of the nation's largest Catholic hospitals and the second largest hospital in metropolitan St. Louis, St. John's Mercy Medical Center operates the only Level I Trauma Center and Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in St. Louis County. The Medical Center serves as the community hospital for patients with a variety of conditions and health needs. As a teaching and research hospital, St. John's Mercy utilizes innovative technology and draws health care professionals from across the nation who practice in nearly every clinical specialty.