The Teen Pregnancy Center cares for pregnant and parenting teens, their families, and their babies in a safe and respectful environment.
We use groups to support teens and their families during their pregnancy and once they become parents. Our team of health care providers, nurses, social workers, and other staff, as well as parenting teens, helps moms and dads become the best parents they can be to their babies.
We have prenatal care and education groups every week, and we offer a Teen Dads support group. We also hold monthly New Moms support groups for families who have had a baby in the past year.
Our teens are supported by our staff and Peer Assistants, graduates of the program who come back to group to provide support and "real" advice from a teen mom' s point of view.
We talk about everything in group - how mom's body is changing, how to make healthy choices during pregnancy, setting goals for after the baby comes, figuring out how to deal with all the advice people want to give - and so much more! Moms and dads can earn "Baby Bucks" to shop for baby items, and books to begin to read to their babies.
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Delmar Primary Care AssociatesDistance: 1.5 miCompetitive Analysis 5621 Delmar Blvd, Ste 108 St. Louis, MO 63112
Dr. Williams, having initially moved from Texas to St.Louis to partner with an older physician, had a different vision for providing innovative healthcare. She wanted to be able to integrate the rapidly changing world of technology into her practice to make sure that the young people that she provided healthcare felt connected to their health information in a way that felt meaningful and useful for them. The timing is right for starting this new venture. Working people are choosing their healthcare providers, not simply based on the fact that their parents used them for their care, but because they want someone will provide them with excellent care and improve their quality of life.
Delmar Primary Care Associates is a primary care clinic located in the heart of the city on Delmar Blvd. We were opened in the wake of the closing of Connect Care, a multi-specialty hospital and urgent care center. We felt that we could fill the gap for the loss of services felt by the immediate surrounding community and residents when this facility closed. We also are closely located to the Peoples' Clinic, which is less than three blocks away. For those people who want fresh, individual care that do not feel they are getting the care they deserve.
Delmar Primary Care Associates is committed to providing efficient, quality care for our patients. For busy, mobile people whose time is already at a premium, but desire a refreshing, high quality service, we will meet their healthcare needs. Whether it is providing annual exams or walk-in visits for the urgently sick and their families. For the elderly client who requires more care, we are thorough, patient and caring. We strive to meet the unique individual needs of all our patients with compassion.
We want to be known as the Family Medicine office in town that can get patients in at a moment's notice and always makes sure all our patients needs are being addressed. We want patients to walk away feeling as if other friends and family members should also receive the level of care that they receive at Delmar Primary Care Associates.
We are the metabolic dietitian team for patients at Washington University in St. Louis and St. Louis Children's Hospital. This page is intended and an information source for our patients to share product information, events and recipes. This page is not intended to provide medical advice.
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Superb CaregiversDistance: 0.8 miCompetitive Analysis 4144 Lindell Blvd, Suite 201 St. Louis, MO 63108
The Washington University Bariatric Surgery Program offers a full range of surgical options to those meeting the criteria for weight loss surgery: a body mass index (BMI) indicating morbid obesity, appropriate age, attempted weight loss and other factors as determined by the surgeon. The program, offered in conjunction with Barnes-Jewish Hospital, is designated as an American Society for Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery (ASMBS) Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence.
The goals of the Lupus Clinic at WashU are:
1) To provide outstanding interdisciplinary care for patients with lupus. Rheumatology, Renal, and Dermatology are involved to maximize positive outcomes for our patients.
2) To perform clinical trials with the latest potential treatment for lupus.
3) To conduct state-of-the-art lupus research. This is done in part through collection of biologic samples from patients with lupus for translational studies by investigators at WashU.
Also find us on twitter: @WUSTL_Lupus
Center for Advanced Medicine
4921 Parkview Place
Saint Louis, MO 63110
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Washington University Emergency Medicine Journal Club Distance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 660 S Euclid Ave St. Louis, MO 63110
On the third Thursday of every month, the Washington University Emergency Medicine attending physicians, faculty, residents, fellows, nurses and medical students meet at a local restaurant for journal club. During these three hour meetings the group, led by the Journal Club Director, critically analyze recent literature using Evidence Based Medicine principles: patient preferences, clinician expertise, and scientific findings each weighted equally.
Sling Health™ STL is a medical bioengineering, design, and entrepreneurship incubator in St. Louis founded in 2013 at Washington University. We form teams of medical, engineering, and business students with mentorship from faculty, healthcare professionals, and local entrepreneurs in order to tackle unmet needs in healthcare delivery and clinical medicine. Sling Health STL provides technical, clinical, business, and legal mentorship, initial funding and facilities for prototypes, and legal support necessary for teams to thrive as budding companies.