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On May 1, Mercy’s Day of the Child, we celebrate and honor children, children’s health and those in our ministry who have the privilege to care for Mercy’s youngest patients.
At Mercy Hospital St. Louis, more than 900 volunteers contributed over 95,000 hours in service. For many volunteers, the joy is in the giving.
Hospitalized kids and their parents celebrated the Cardinals’ Home Opener with a party at Mercy Children’s Hospital.
Doctors with Mercy Cancer Services are leading the way in the St. Louis area with heart-sparing left breast radiotherapy using specialized techniques to move the heart out of the radiation fields.
Just days before Dr. Seuss’ birthday, the Cat in the Hat is celebrating early with kids at Mercy Children’s Hospital bringing smiles to faces of those in the hospital.
Mercy Regional President Donn Sorensen was among eight St. Louis business leaders who delivered medical and hygiene supplies in Cuba.
To save heart attack patients time and heart muscle, Mercy recently launched You Make the Call and recognized Creve Coeur EMS for being the first to use the new program.
Area patients with atrial fibrillation have benefitted from Mercy’s participation in the PREVAIL clinical trial, comparing the WATCHMAN® Left Atrial Appendage Closure Device to medication therapy.
Whether shopping for a baby gift, a special birthday gift for someone at home or picking up a prescription, the new Mercy Gift Shop and Pharmacy has it all.
As part of their final project, teen volunteers who are part of Mercy’s Teens Learning in the Community (TLC) program planned a fun prom for patients at Mercy Skilled Nursing.
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