Location Profile

St. Louis, Missouri

Facility Type
Acute Care - General
Facility Location
St. Louis, Missouri
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in St. Louis, Missouri. One of the largest healthcare organizations in the Midwest, the provider strives to meet every need of their patients. The provider has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to quality care for over 20 years. More than 1,000 healthcare professionals serve this bustling facility. Services are comprehensive and include mental health, cancer care, pediatrics, and a variety of urgent and non-urgent matters.

Community Overview

St. Louis has mass appeal and offers an experience that anyone can enjoy. Whether you’re a foodie or love to visit museums, there’s so much to take in that you won’t know where to start. From the shopping to the miles of lush green parks, it’s a gem of the Midwest that begs to be explored. St. Louis was even named one of the Most Fun Cities in America and that's just the beginning of its accolades. St. Louis has over 70 neighborhoods, and each offers its own characteristics contributing to the overall allure of the city. From delicious cuisine to historic charm and an assortment of independent shopping destinations, there’s an endless list of things to see, do, and taste in St. Louis. One part of the city that must be experienced is the St. Louis cuisine including St. Louis-style ribs and St. Louis pizza. You can stroll through the city tasting and see everything you want on foot, or use the local public transportation system via bus or rail. The MetroLink stretches nearly 50 miles through Missouri and has 37 stations on its route, making it a great way to visit many of the area’s major attractions.

Learn more about St. Louis on the official city website and explore the area on the county website.

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St. Louis Public Schools operates the area's public schools including 2 early childhood centers, 47 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, 14 high schools, and 3 alternative schools. Magnet schools and specialty program schools are available to academically-gifted students so they can prepare for a career in a particular field, such as medicine or science. Schools for gifted instruction, the arts, cultural learning, and literacy are also available. The district includes 4 high schools recognized by the U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools List. Among this list are a pair of schools ranked among the top 15 high schools in the state: Metro Academic and Classical High School and St. Louis Med/BioScience High. Students have the chance to use Chromebooks and other mobile devices for enhancing their lessons in science, math, and other subjects, plus the district works with Sprint to offer smartphones to certain high school students based on need -- this is done to make it easier for children to complete their work and access online materials at home. The district has a low student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1 to make it easy for students to follow along, learn in a calm environment, and get the attention they need. St. Louis also has 177 private schools.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

St. Louis has a diverse range of shopping. From independent cozy shops to big-box retailers, you’ll find it here. Several of the St. Louis neighborhoods are excellent for shopping and stores will often feature something you can’t find anywhere else. Cherokee Street is the home of antiques and collectibles, plus an assortment of art-related stores, vinyl, and garden needs. Maplewood offers delectable food choices like premium chocolate, specialty jams, and other ingredients for the kitchen. The Loop is a hip college neighborhood with toys, books, jewelry, clothing, and fair-trade products. Kirkwood is home of several mom-and-pop stores with home decor, toys, housewares, and also hosts a year-round farmer’s market. With all of these great local or regional stores, you might not need to visit a big-box store or a shopping mall, however, St. Louis has you covered. Saint Louis Galleria is a shopping mall with stores like American Eagle, The Disney Store, and Journeys Kidz. For luxury shopping, there’s no better place than Plaza Frontenac, home of Coach and Saks Fifth Avenue. Even bargain shoppers have a world of shopping options: St. Louis Outlet Mall and St. Louis Premium Outlets. Grocery stores in St. Louis includes Whole Foods, Jay International Food Co, Fields Foods, City Greens Market, and Safeway.

St. Louis positively bursts with exciting performing arts venues and cultural attractions, The Fabulous Fox, a former movie palace, plays host to Broadway tours, musical performances, ballets, and other live events. The multi-use arts facility. Zack has a series of rotating programs with visual art and jazz, and The Grandel offers live theatrical productions plus a series of musical artists each year. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is the second-oldest orchestra in the country and never fails to impress with its series of exciting performances featuring classical and pop music. Metro Theater Company features kid-friendly live theatre with original plays and adaptations.

When it’s time to visit a museum in St. Louis, it will be hard to match one as cool as the City Museum. This whimsical place is fun for all ages and is housed inside a hundred-year-old warehouse. Artists have repurposed various materials from the city to build an indoor play place of tunnels, more than 20 slides, secret passages, and other attractions across several floors. There’s also the Healthworks! Kids’ Museum St Louis, a museum where kids learn about good health through entertaining exhibits, and the imagination-stirring Magic House: Children’s Museum. The museums in St. Louis aren’t just about play, however. The St. Louis Art Museum features free admission and has three floors worth of more than 30,000 works of art.  The Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis is also free and showcases a variety of contemporary art installations. Washington University in St. Louis has The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum which underwent a large expansion in 2019. Other art museums in the city include the Craft Alliance Center of Art+Design and Pulitzer Arts Foundation. The Moto Museum is the place for motorcycle fans and Blues lovers flock to the National Blues Museum. The history of St. Louis and Missouri can be seen in the various artifacts and displays at the Missouri History Museum and local railroad history is chronicled at the Memories Museum in Union Station -- both have free admission. If you want more transportation history and exhibits, St. Louis also features the National Transportation Museum, the largest museum of transportation vehicles in the world. Science and nature can be discovered at the Saint Louis Science Center, free to enter.

Adventure and recreation are around every corner in St. Louis. Get wild at the St. Louis Zoo or visit the Gateway Arch to take the tram to the top of the nation’s largest monument in the United States. Children ages 6 and up can get a thrill with indoor go-kart racing at Victory Raceway, or indulge in laser tag at Amp Up Action Park. Explore outside art at Laumeier Sculpture Park, then visit the Suson Park to meet some animal friends. Suson also includes a playground and fishing lake. Grant’s Farm is a family-friendly farmstead with more than 900 animals. While there you can visit a historic cabin, ride a carousel, and see an animal show. Stroll through the Missouri Botanical Garden, a 79-acre property with a Japanese garden, an 1850 estate home, and one of the biggest collections of orchids in the world. St. Louis is also home to 108 parks covering nearly 2,600 acres, so there’s plenty of space to have a picnic, toss a Frisbee, play, go for a walk, or just relax in the sunshine. Other options for outdoor recreation include hiking and biking multiple trails, paddling down the Mississippi River, or ice skating. Love sports? Catch a baseball game featuring the 11-time World Series winner St. Louis Cardinals or watch the Blues out on the ice. There’s really no limit to how much fun you can have here in St. Louis.

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Crime Rate

You’ll be safe in St. Louis thanks to the dedicated work of the St. Louis Police Department. There are more than 400 civilian employees and 1,300 sworn officers in the department -- all work hard to keep the city safe through strategic community partnerships and programs. These initiatives include Neighborhood Watch, S.A.F.E. Schools Partnership, Bicycle Patrol and County Watch Program.

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