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The outpouring of support demonstrated for Barnes-Jewish Hospital caregivers on the frontline battling COVID-19 by businesses and individuals in our community has been nothing short of astounding.
After joining Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College, Nancy Ridenour, Ph.D., APRN, FAAN, The Maxine Clark and Bob Fox President, began to search for ways to help the underserved and increase the number of Black nursing students. She found inspiration in “The Color of Medicine,” a documentary about the historic Homer G. Phillips Hospital that served the St. Louis Black community from 1937 until 1979.
The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital is committed to supporting research and programs that advance patient care at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital, Siteman Cancer Center, Washington University School of Medicine, Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College and community organizations throughout St. Louis. These awards are made possible through the generosity of our donors.
Eight Washington University School of Medicine physicians at Barnes-Jewish Hospital were recently honored with 2020 Knowlton Incentive for Excellence Awards that recognize and support medical residents who exemplify a compassionate spirit combined with outstanding knowledge and skill.
The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital is pleased to announce more than $3.54 million was raised for cancer research through its 2020 Illumination Gala.
The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital has awarded the 2020 President’s Achievement Award to two leaders of the Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Transplant Center: William Chapman, MD, surgical director, and Jeffrey Crippin, MD, medical director.
The Lung Transplant Program at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine reached an impressive milestone with the completion of 103 lung transplants during 2019. The pioneering program has carried out more than 1,800 life-saving lung transplants in its three-decades-long history.
The You Matter Cart is coming! It’s approaching an unannounced hospital destination to bring a few minutes of respite and relaxation to frontline caregivers. This funky blue cart grew out of a partnership between four hospital nurses, Cindy Lefton, Sara Shabany, Cathy Powers and Heather Ohl, along with Sarah Colby, Arts + Healthcare Program coordinator. Their goal is to bring the hospital’s peer wellness initiative directly to colleagues who are feeling pressure and stress from the pandemic.