BJC Health System, Inc., doing business as BJC HealthCare, operates as a nonprofit health care organization. It offers medical services, such as cancer care, diabetes, digestive health, heart care, neuroservices, orthopedics, pediatric services, and respiratory care, as well as women’s health services, such as sleep disorders; substance abuse testing, injury treatment, physical exams, rehabilitation, ergonomics, wellness, health on-site, and physical medicine and rehabilitation; and accountable care organization services. The company also provides behavioral health services, including psychiatric medication services; individual, group, and family therapy; in-home services, including intensiv...
4901 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
Founded in 1993
BJC HealthCare Hires Marcia Howes as Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Executive
May 8 15
BJC HealthCare hired Marcia Howes as vice president and chief supply chain executive. Howes most recently worked at St. Paul, Minn.-based Ecolab, where she was vice president of global supply chain and head of global planning for both the medical device health care division and the water process systems business.
BJC Healthcare Appoints Clay Dunagan as Chief Clinical Officer
Mar 13 15
BJC HealthCare has tapped Dr. Clay Dunagan to serve in the newly created post of chief clinical officer. He will be responsible for oversight of clinical operations throughout BJC's network of hospitals; the appointment was effective March 10, 2015. Dunagan also will continue to serve in his current role as vice president of quality and leader of the Center for Clinical Excellence.
BJC Eyes Hospital Acquisition
Jan 16 15
BJC Health System, Inc. intends to acquire a hospital in Farmington. Federal Trade Commission officials have contacted employers in the Farmington region to ask about the possible effect on the community due to the acquisition of Mineral Area Osteopathic Hospital, Inc. by BJC, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Steven Bjelich, President and Chief Executive Officer of St. Francis Medical Center, told the Post-Dispatch that FTC officials told him BJC was seeking to purchase the medical center and asked him about the potential impact.