Phone -- 314.286.2959
Facsimile -- 314.747.8658
St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides continuing medical education and practice enhancement programs for medical staff and community physicians. Physician services representatives serve as links with the hospital to identify the specific needs of community physicians and to help with problem-solving.
Physician services programs include:
- Office manager/staff seminars
- Videoconferenced and Web conferenced rounds
- Hospital tours
- CME Community Outreach programs
- Continuing medical education
- EU and PICU communication program
- Physician Directories
Important Phone Numbers
CME programming -- 314.454.2103
Physician's Help Line -- 800.678.4357
Teleconferencing -- 314.286.2967
Physician's Guide to Specialty Services
Contact Our Staff
Ellyn Rosenblum, MHA
Manager, Physician Services & Tele-Health
Phone -- 314.362.5618
Paula Murphy, RN, BSN, MBA
Senior Physician Liaison
St. Louis Metro Area
Phone -- 314.286.2959
Kim Migneco, RN
Phone -- 314.286.2957
Phone -- 314.286.2977
Phone -- 314.454.2229
Phone -- 314.286.2967
Phone -- 314.454.2103
Continuing medical education includes the most up-to-date advances in pediatric health care presented through various symposia, lecture series, seminars and rounds. The affiliation between Washington University School of Medicine and St. Louis Children’s Hospital provides knowledge of the latest in research and clinical expertise. Many education programs offer credit hours in category 1 of the Physician’s Recognition Award of the AMA.
Teleconferencing technology has helped broaden the outreach of SLCH’s educational programs, enabling physicians in outlying areas to receive pediatric education through a web-based system.
All physicians are welcome to attend the programs of their choice and many are recorded and available on tape through the medical library:
- Early Bird Rounds -- 8-9 a.m. Fridays, September though May; focus on problems encountered in daily practice
- Grand Rounds/Visiting Professor Series -- 9:15-10:30 a.m., Fridays; faculty and visiting professors from across the country present the most current review of their area of expertise
- Evening Seminars -- provide a comprehensive update on the evaluation and management of selected pediatric problems
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support -- a program designed for physicians, nurses and paramedics to discuss current advanced cardiac and trauma support of critically ill infants and children
- Physician Outreach Programs -- groups of staff physicians regularly travel to communities in the region to discuss topics of interest to local physicians
Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
PALS is a comprehensive two-day course that emphasizes early recognition of the child at high risk for cardiopulmonary arrest. Early intervention for the pediatric patient at risk of a cardiopulmonary arrest is stressed. The course teaches priorities and techniques that enable effective interventions and appropriate treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest. The provider course is required for original PALS certification and is valid for two years.
To register: CLICK Here
Phone -- 314.454.2768
Faculty of the Washington University Department of Pediatrics, the staff of St. Louis Children’s Hospital and all community physicians may use the library Monday through Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
The medical library has a collection of current primary pediatric books and journals.
The medical library staff offers the following services:
- Document delivery
- Training for:
- Library Applications