Medical Services

ROSA at St. Louis Children's Hospital

St. Louis Children’s Hospital is the first hospital in the region to employ the use of a new generation of robotic neurosurgery technology – technology that has cut surgery time from upwards of six hours to two, and recovery time from weeks to days.

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Siteman Kids at St. Louis Childrens Hospital

Our pediatric oncology program has worked for years with Siteman Cancer Center and Washington University School of Medicine to provide cutting-edge technology, clinical trials, specialty physician care and highly trained staff in a child-centered environment. That expertise hasn’t changed. The new brand for our pediatric oncology services – Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital – was developed to better communicate our expertise.

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St. Louis Children's Hospital Patients Become Athletes at the Annual Tri My Best Adaptive Triathlon

St. Louis Children's Hospital and Washington University host an annual event to highlight the abilities of patients with special needs. Meet some of the athletes competing in the Annual Tri My Best Adaptive Triathlon.

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Meet the Mazzola Family

Erin Mazzola shares her experience with St. Louis Children's Hospital after her daughter Abigail was rushed to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for emergency surgery to remove a brain tumor. Music therapy was a key ingredient to Abigail's healing and neuro-rehabilitation. This story first aired on KMOV-TV.

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Meet Joe and Kelly Pimmel

The Pimmel family shares the story of their baby boy Jack who was treated at St. Louis Children's Hospital for infant leukemia. Jack's legacy lives on in cancer research being conducted by Dr. Todd Druley. This story first aired on KMOV-TV.

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Meet Mitchell Herndon

Mitchell and his mom Michele share the story of Mitchell's journey from an athletic and high-performing middle-school student to a long-term patient at St. Louis Children's Hospital with an undiagnosed condition. Despite losing his hearing and the ability to walk, Mitchell never let his health issues deter him from keeping up with his studies. Thanks to the hospital's schoolroom, he graduated with the rest of his 8th grade class and was recently accepted into the National Honors Society. This story first aired on KMOV-TV.

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Dr. Shafkat Anwar, Pediatric Cardiologist

Meet Dr. Shafkat Anwar, Washington University pediatric cardiologist at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

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Dr. Michael Noetzel, Pediatric Neurologist

Meet Dr. Michael Noetzel, Washington University pediatric neurologist at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

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Dr. Timothy Welch, Pediatric Anesthesiologist

Meet Dr. Timothy Welch, Washington University pediatric anesthesiologist at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

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Dr. Todd Druley, Pediatric Hematologist and Oncologist

Meet Dr. Todd Druley, Washington University pediatric hematologist and oncologist at St. Louis Children's Hospital.

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