Trauma Survivors Network - provided by ATS

Barnes Jewish Hospital

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Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) cares for around 14,700 trauma patients a year, with a 99% of survival rate. BJH as one of the busiest trauma centers in the state. BJH continually provides leadership in prevention, public education and continuing education of trauma team members and the public. We are also committed to continued improvement through a comprehensive performance improvement program and an organized research effort to help direct new innovations in caring for the acutely injured patient.

Key elements of Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Trauma Center include 24-hour in-house coverage by general surgery, emergency medicine and obstetrics, as well as, prompt availability of care in specialties such as orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, anesthesiology, cardiothoracic,  hand, microvascular and pediatric surgery.

http://www.barnesjewish.org/

 



TSN Coordinator
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Heather Heil HHeil Email Coordinator

Address
One Barnes-Jewish Hospital Plaza
St. Louis, Missouri, 63110

Telephone
work: 314-747-3158

Email
heather.heil@bjc.org


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Upcoming Programs & Events

A Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC)

Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Trauma Services and Acute Care Surgery are developing A ‘Patient and Family Advisory Council’ (PFAC). The council is primarily for trauma patients, families and members of the healthcare team to provide guidance on how to improve the patient and family experience. The PFAC will be a force for the advancement of the best patient and family centered model of Trauma Service. As part of this PFAC process, trauma patients and families are invited to serve on hospital committees to ensure that the consumer’s point of view, perspective, and experience are not only heard, but also integrated into the service and quality improvements that are engineered to ensure high-quality, customer-centered care. Through their unique perspectives, PFAC members give input on issues that impact care, ensuring the best care for every patient and their family members. If you have been a Trauma patient or a family member of a Trauma patient at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and would like to be a part of the PFAC, please contact Becky Fleming for more information: rebecca.fleming@bjc.org or 314-273-9175 Learn more

4th Annual Trauma Warriors 5K

05/05/2018 • 8:00AM

4th Annual Trauma 5K at Tower Grove Park in St. Louis, MO. The purpose of this race is to bring awareness and support to our community about Trauma and Injury Prevention. Cost: $30.00 - This includes a T-Shirt Learn more

Snack and Chat

Come join us the first Friday of every month at 12pm (44ICU Waiting room) for snacks and discussion.This gives families an opportunity to come together and connect with other families who are going through similar situations. Learn more

Peer Visitations

We are looking into starting a Peer visitation for trauma survivors to come and visit with our current trauma patients. Share your experience with them and help them through their healing process. Learn more

Brain Injury Support Group

Second Thursday of Every Month at 4:00PM at the Rehabilitation Institute of St. Louis in the Cafeteria Learn more