Beginning this September, changes to the telephone system used on the Washington University Medical Center campus and at all BJC HealthCare facilities will require employees to “Dial 10” when placing calls to internal and external numbers.
Some of the Danforth Campus, School of Medicine and BJC HealthCare mail operations will share space beginning June 15 to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
As part of ongoing efforts to bolster pediatric research and lead to new discoveries, Children’s Discovery Institute plans to award more than $2.4 million to research initiatives at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and St. Louis Children’s Hospital.
New research raises doubts that workplace wellness programs save money, at least in the short term. Shown is Mark McDevitt, a staff nurse at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, having his finger pricked for various tests during a BJC wellness fair.
In the next decade, the Washington University Medical Center campus will be transformed by renovations and new construction as part of the Campus Renewal Project. Shown is a preliminary rendering of what the Medical Center’s north campus may look like.
BJC HealthCare, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine are taking another step forward in the future development of the Washington University Medical Center. The vision is to transform the campus over the next 10 years through renovations and new construction.