Chesterfield residents of all ages receive quality medical care close to home
St. Luke’s Hospital
St. Luke’s Hospital is an independent, nonprofit health-care provider in Chesterfield that specializes in more than 60 areas and serves the St. Louis metro area as well as portions of eastern Missouri and southwestern Illinois. The 493-bed hospital is well-known for its Heart and Vascular Institute, which is affiliated with the Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute that is ranked No. 1 in the United States for heart care. In addition, St. Luke’s operates more than 25 other locations across St. Louis and St. Charles counties, including a pediatric care center, rehabilitation facility and an outpatient care center.
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
Located in nearby Creve Coeur, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital is a 77-bed facility with a campus that includes the Siteman Cancer Center – the only National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center within 240 miles of St. Louis – and the Washington University School of Medicine. The community-based academic hospital also offers emergency care, heart and vascular services, imaging, a sleep center, physical therapy and rehabilitation, and a wide range of surgical services.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
The 280-bed St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides a full range of pediatric services to children from all 50 states, as well as children from across the world. The facility, which is Washington University School of Medicine’s pediatric teaching hospital, includes a 30-bed pediatric intensive care unit, 31-bed heart center, an 85-bed newborn intensive care unit and a six-bed pediatric bone marrow transplant unit. Serving approximately 275,000 patients annually, St. Louis Children’s Hospital is recognized as one of the top children’s hospitals in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
Mercy Hospital St. Louis
Home to the only Level 1 (highest) Trauma Center in St. Louis County, Mercy Hospital St. Louis’ campus includes the Mercy Heart and Vascular Center St. Louis; Mercy Children’s Hospital St. Louis, the county’s only dedicated pediatric hospital that is home to the largest Level 3 (highest) neonatal intensive care unit in Missouri; and the David C. Pratt Cancer Center. The hospital is well-known for its women’s services, and with more than 8,500 annual births, Mercy Hospital St. Louis lays claim to the region’s leading birth center.
Urgent Care Centers
Chesterfield residents can receive quick, convenient care at facilities like Total Access Urgent Care and St. Luke’s Urgent Care-Chesterfield. Both centers welcome walk-ins and are equipped to assist patients with minor medical emergencies such as cuts, bruises and sprains. In addition, Total Access Urgent Care provides drug and alcohol testing, as well as flu shots, hepatitis A and B shots, tetanus boosters and other immunizations.
Retirement Communities & Senior Care Facilities
Seniors in the Chesterfield area have easy access to excellent care centers and retirement communities including Garden View Care Center, Delmar Gardens and Friendship Village Chesterfield. The 136-bed Garden View Care Center offers assisted living, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, respite care and dementia care, and it has an adult day-care center for those who don’t require nighttime assistance. Delmar Gardens comprises Chesterfield Villas, a retirement and assisted living community, and Delmar Gardens of Chesterfield, a skilled nursing facility with a special unit for patients who have memory impairments. Finally, Friendship Village Chesterfield is a retirement community with villas and apartments ideal for those seeking independent living in a community setting.